O.A.R. announces fall dates in support of their new album, “Rockville.” The fall tour is an addition to their current road schedule which includes several summer festival stops. The fall “Rockville” LP tour comes to Morrison, Nashville, Saint Augustine, Boca Raton, Saint Petersburg, Charleston, Bethlehem, Syracuse, Atlantic City, Northampton, Portland, Albany and New York City. They will be joined by Andy Grammer on select dates.
Skrillex is embarking on his fall tour with some of EDM’s finest artists and up-an-comers joining him on select dates. Along with festivals like Austin City Limits, TomorrowWorld, Life Is Beautiful and Voodoo Experience, Skrillex will be hitting all types of venues including arenas, theaters and clubs. Joining him are a diverse group of artists, including Diplo, DJ Snake, A$AP Ferg, Big Gigantic, DJ Mustard, GTA, Nadastrom, Tokimonsta, Vindata and Jen Lasher on select dates. The tour comes to Las Vegas, Nashville, Tulsa, El Paso, Tucson, Mesa, Boulder, Lincoln, Chicago, Columbus OH, Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Amherst, Washington DC and Columbia.
Theresa Caputo will bring her Theresa Caputo Live! The Experience to 29 cities across the country, including new stops for Theresa such as Colorado Springs, Savannah and Philadelphia. Since 2012, Theresa Caputo has been wowing live audiences with interactive readings and stories about her life and special gifts, selling out theaters across the country. Her tour also comes to Albany, Baltimore, Trenton, Catoosa, Welch, Buffalo, Erie, Wilkes Barre, Boston, Norfolk, Charlotte, New Orleans, Houston, Oklahoma City, Salina, Saint Charles, Rockford, Waukegan, Kalamazoo, South Bend, Sioux City, Rapid City, Broomfield, Albuquerque, Phoenix, Beverly Hills, San Diego, Santa Barbara and Westbury.
It seems that the small August tour The Fresh Beat Band went on was actually the frontrunner for a 40-show fall outing. The Nickelodeon group has shows running through the end of the year into 2015. Kiki, Marina, Twist and Shout will lead children along with their parents in sing-alongs of their greatest hits including “Bananas” and “Here We Go,” along with some new tunes. The tour comes to Saint Augustine, Charlotte, Raleigh, Darien Center, Boston, Newark, Vienna, Allentown, Melbourne FL, Boca Raton, Orlando, Atlanta, North Charleston, Columbus OH, Akron, Detroit, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Valley Center, Grand Prairie, Baton Rouge, Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Saint Louis, Rosemont, Indianapolis and more.
Ray LaMontagne wishes to follow up the release of his fifth studio album “Supernova” with his “Supernova” fall tour. Produced by The Black Keys‘ Dan Auerbach, “Supernova” was released in April and has been hailed by critics, with NPR calling it “explosively creative.” You can see Ray as he comes to Salt Lake City, Troutdale, Redmond, Paso Robles, Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Barbara, Palm Desert, Phoenix, Tucson, Shreveport, New Orleans, Mobile, Macon, Chattanooga, Charlotte, Richmond, Greenville, Virginia Beach, Hershey, Syracuse, Albany, New York City and more.
Robert Plant has announced that he will head out on a North American tour with the Sensational Space Shifters this fall. So far, the former Led Zeppelin frontman has only announced seven shows, including two nights at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, but there is hope that more are to follow. The tour is in support of his upcoming album, “lullaby and…The Ceaseless Roar,” which will arrive September 9th, and comes to Port Chester, Brooklyn, Toronto, Chicago, Denver and Los Angeles.
The Eagles have added late summer and fall concerts to their 2014 “History of the Eagles” tour, including a new date for Boston. The tour, which kicked off last year, features classics spanning the band’s entire career, including some that have never been performed live before, as well as songs featured in “History of the Eagles,” the band’s acclaimed, top-selling documentary. The tour comes to the TD Garden and Citi Performing Arts Center in Boston on September 15th and 16th, as well as San Antonio, Houston, Las Vegas, Frseno, San Diego, Anaheim, Glendale, New York City, Allentown, Newark, Grand Rapids, Des Moines, Omaha, Salt Lake City, Stateline, Portland and Tacoma.
Garth Brooks announced the very first southern stop on his world tour when he comes to Atlanta in September. It will be his first time playing Atlanta in 18 years and joins a run of ten dates that he will be playing in Chicago. With a 2014 world tour planned, Garth is announcing tour dates one by one. He will be joined on tour by his wife Trisha Yearwood. Garth plays Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois from September 4th to the 14th, and Atlanta’s Philips Arena on September 19th.
5 Seconds of Summer are heading to the U.S. for their own headlining tour. Currently on tour with One Direction, the success of their recently released No. 1 self-titled debut album and recent single “Amnesia” has catapulted them from underneath their tour mates’ shadows. The tour comes to Phoenix, Inglewood, Las Vegas, Chula Vista, Irvine, Mountain View, Seattle, Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Saint Paul, Tinley Park, Louisville, Atlanta, Dallas, Spring, Auburn Hills, Cleveland, Noblesville, Burgettstown, Toronto, Saratoga Springs, Mansfield, Hershey, Holmdel and many more.
The 2014-2015 NFL Football pre-season action is now underway. The official season kicks off on Thursday, September 4th, and will feature a rematch of the now infamous game between the Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers, where the game ended in a replacement referee mistake that gave the Seahawks a win some say they did not deserve. First week action will also include Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos facing Manning’s former team the Indianapolis Colts, and the New York Giants head to Detroit to face the Lions.
Other games include: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Tennessee, Jacksonville, Philadelphia, Miami, New England, Buffalo, Saint Louis, Houston, Kansas City, Minnesota and more.