Harry Connick Jr. has a winter tour that will take him through much of the South. Harry, who recently began his second year as a judge on “American Idol,” will play from his huge catalog of music, performing old favorites as well as selections from his 2013 album “Every Man Should Know.” The tour comes to Durham, Savannah, Naples FL, Miami, Melbourne FL, Sarasota, West Palm Beach, Orlando, Jacksonville, Atlanta, North Charleston, Rockville, New Brunswick, Newport News, Roanoke, Charleston, Nashville, Louisville, East Lansing and Bethlehem.
Taylor Swift feels she put her neck on the line with the making of her new album “1989” because she changed directions musically, feeling pressure from her label and her management about the risk she was taking. Well, “1989” has been one of the most successful selling albums of the year. In support of the album, Taylor kicks off a world tour in Louisiana in May and will play arenas and stadiums in five countries before ending with a Halloween show in Tampa. The tour also comes to Tampa, Miami, Atlanta, Greensboro, Lexington, Saint Louis, Omaha, Des Moines, Toronto, Nashville, Kansas City, Columbus, Indianapolis, Saint Paul, Fargo, Denver, Salt Lake City, San Diego, Los Angeles, Santa Clara, Glendale, Seattle, Edmonton, Vancouver, Foxborough, Chicago, Washington DC, Montreal, East Rutherford, Montreal, Ottawa, Philadelphia and more.
One of the biggest bands in modern rock, Foo Fighters, have planned a 2015 tour. After announcing dates for South America, Australia and the United Kingdom, they have finally announced their North American dates for the U.S. and Canada. With a new album “Sonic Highways” out along with an eight-episode series that aired on HBO, that documented the recording process, the band will support these endeavors by playing an extensive arena tour along with some of the most legendary baseball stadiums in the nation. This includes Fenway Park, Wrigley Field and more. They will be joined on select dates by Royal Blood. The tour comes to New Orleans, Mountain View, Portland, Quincy, Vancouver, Chicago, Noblesville, Burgettstown, Clarkston, Saint Paul, Kansas City, Maryland Heights, Englewood, Calgary, Edmonton, Boston, Flushing, Toronto, Camden, Washington DC and more.
Queen & Adam Lambert continue their collaboration into 2015 and celebrate it with a European tour. After wrapping up summer dates in Canada, the U.S., Australia and New Zealand, the rock n’ roll extravaganza makes it’s way through Europe with a show that contains “two hours of pure sensation.” The tour comes to Newcastle Upon Tyne, Glasgow, London, Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, Nottingham, Paris, Koln, Amsterdam, Vienna, Munchen, Berlin, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Zurich and more.
The preliminary round sites have been selected for the 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball March Madness. Collegiate basketball action will be hosted by Dayton, Portland, Jacksonville, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Columbus OH, Charlotte, Seattle, Omaha, Cleveland, Houston, Syracuse, Los Angeles and more. Tickets are available now.
Starting in January, Wynonna Judd will embark on the “Wynonna And Friends: Stories & Song” tour. The tour is targeting initmate venues for a up-close-and-personal experience with the country superstar. Wynonna will perform with a three-piece band and promises to perform stories along with selections from her incredible catalog of hits. The tour comes to Durham, Billings, Ashland, Louisville, Wabash, Youngstown, Merrilville, Boise, Lewiston, Campbell, La Mirada, Avon, Salina, Lancaster, Westbury, Verona, Williamsport, Ridgefield and many more.
Ryan Adams has squeezed in a handful of additional U.S. dates to his 2014 itinerary. He is racking up the miles in support of his latest self-titled album and will be joined by Jenny Lewis on select dates. His latest run of gigs will take him to Chicago, Houston, Dallas, Tulsa, Albuquerque, Tempe, Pomona, Upper Darby, San Diego and more.
The Counting Crows are staying on the road through December, having added more stops to their “Somewhere In Wonderland” tour. The band has a new album to support, their seventh studio album, “Somewhere Under Wonderland,” which was released in September. They will be joined on the road by Twin Forks. The new dates come to Peoria, Warren, Fort Wayne, Detroit, Louisville, Indianapolis, Madison and Davenport.
Country superstar Alan Jackson has announced his 25th Anniversary “Keepin’ It Country Tour.” The tour kicks off in January and will feature songs from throughout Jackson’s career, including such hits as “Here In The Real World,” “Chattahoochee,” “Drive,” “Gone Country” and more. He will be joined by Jon Pardi and Brandy Clark.
The tour comes to: Morrison, Salt Lake City, Bloomington, Green Bay, Brookings, Sioux City, Roanoke, Enid, Independence, Greenville, Augusta, Grand Prairie, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Laughlin, San Diego, Tampa, Estero and more.
Sam Smith announces his first arena and theatre tour of North America. The singer will tour the United States and Canada throughout January and February behind his debut album “In the Lonely Hour,” which peaked at No. 2 in the U.S. The tour comes to Atlanta, Nashville, Fairfax, Philadelphia, New York City, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Detroit, Chicago, Saint Paul, Broomfield, Inglewood, San Francisco, Seattle and Vancouver.