Justin Timberlake & Jay-Z team up for what looks to be one of the biggest tours of the summer. With 23 Grammys, 67 million albums sold and two Emmys between the two superstars, the “Legend Of Summer Tour” marks the first time Timberlake has hit the road since 2009 and will be Jay-Z’s first outing since his 2011 “Watch the Throne” tour. The 12-city stadium tour comes to Toronto, Bronx, Chicago, San Francisco, Pasadena, Vancouver, Hershey, Detroit, Baltimore, Boston, Philadelphia, and Miami Gardens.
Oprah Winfrey is set to return to Canada, sharing more inspirational stories and insights from her celebrated career. The show, titled “An Evening with Oprah Winfrey,” features the media maven who served as host of “The Oprah Winfrey Show” for 25 years and is the current boss of the Oprah Winfrey Network as she illustrates ways attendees can maximize their full potential. See her as she comes to Ottawa, Montreal, and Hamilton.
Bruno Mars announces more dates for his “The Moonshine Jungle World Tour” as his latest album “Unorthodox Jukebox” continues to shoot up the charts. Joined on various dates by Ellie Goulding andFitz And The Tantrums, the tour kicks off early March and comes to Miami, Tampa, Atlanta, Charlotte, Indianapolis, Louisville, Nashville, Houston, Austin, Dallas, Oklahoma City, Kansas City, Saint Louis, Morrison, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, and more.
Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers is treating fans to multiple night residencies in New York City and Los Angeles along with several other gigs across the country. Although you’ll have to wait until next year for a new album, the guys are taking a break from the studio to hit the road, including several festival appearances which includeBonaroo, Hangout, Firefly, and Summerfest. Other dates include Evansville, Manchester, TN, Noblesville, London, Canada, Pittsburgh, Dover, Saratoga Springs, Milwaukee, and Minneapolis.
Bob Dylan has chose April for his return to the road. He has over a dozen U.S. headlining gigs in April alone, and will be joined on the road by Dawes. Dawes is experiencing an amazing year themselves with the release of their latest album “Stories Don’t End” out April 9th, several appearances at this year’s SXSW, and an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” in May. Catch the tour as it comes to Buffalo, Amherst, Kingston, Lowell, Lewiston, Newark, California, PA, Ithaca, Richmond, Bethlehem, Akron, Kalamazoo, and Bowling Green.
Davis Cup: United States vs. Serbia is coming to the Taco Bell Arena in Boise, ID, the weekend of April 5th. For tennis fans, thisDavis Cup World Group quarter final tie will likely feature world no. 1Novak Djokovic as he leads the Serbs against the American team, which looks to feature Sam Querrey, John Isner, and top world-ranked doubles pair Mike and Bob Bryan. Don’t miss this opportunity to see world-class tennis.
David Byrne & St. Vincent have booked more tour dates in support of their recent collaborative album. The former Talking Head and ex-member of The Polyphonic Spree are playing shows along the U.S. in June and July along with a 10-piece band. Their collaborative effort, “Love This Giant,” was recorded over two years and released last September. The tour comes Oakland, Saratoga, Woodinville, Eugene, Salt Lake City, Telluride, Littleton, Kansas City, Cincinnati, Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, Highland Park, Louisville, Greensburg, Port Chester, Red Bank, New Bedford, Rochester, and more.
Soundgarden is back and Chris Cornell and the gang have announced the second leg of their U.S. tour starting in May. Touring in support of their sixth studio album, last year’s “King Animal,” the second leg of the tour also includes stops at Carolina Rebellion andRock On The Range. Catch the band as they come to Atlantic City, Altanta, Louisville, Noblesville, Pittsburgh, West Long Branch, Worcester, Wallingford, Camden, Saint Louis, Kansas City, Houston, Austin, Dallas, and Broomfield.
After Motley Crue wraps up their co-headlining Australian tour withKiss, the “saints of Los Angeles” will head north for their biggest Canadian tour ever. Announcing this as their only Canadian venture for 2013, the band will be joined on their 18-city journey by Big Wreck. The tour comes to Penticton, Victoria, Abbotsford, Prince George, Dawson Creek, Edmonton, Calgary, Lethbridge, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Estevan, Brandon, Winnipeg, Sudbury, Hamilton, Oshawa, Montreal, Ottawa, and more.
Due to overwhelming demand, Imagine Dragons has added 13 more dates to their North American tour. The Las Vegas-based indie rock band’s first full-length album, “Night Visions,” debuted at No. 2 on theNielsen SoundScan Chart, selling over 83,000 copies. They will be joined on select dates by Los Angeles indie rockers Nico Vega. The tour comes to Indianapolis, Detroit, Milwaukee, Chicago, Saint Louis, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Portland, San Francisco, San Diego, Anaheim, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, Denver, Charlotte, Raleigh, Boca Raton, and more.
Primus announces the spring leg of their 3D tour. Primus began talking about the 3D-enhanced aspects of their tour last year, describing the outing as a “one-of-a-kind psychedelic” experience with Quad Surround Sound. While the fall leg of the tour stayed pretty much east of The Rockies, the new leg visits markets missed before including the West Coast and Canada. The band comes to New Orleans, Eureka, Garden City, Missoula, Billings, Colorado Springs, Santa Fe, Tucson, Pomona, Ventura, Bakersfield, Eugene, Portland, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Saint Paul, Chicago, and Toronto.
Morrissey has announced rescheduled dates and a few new ones as well. Personal health issues and family matters caused Moz to cancel many dates from his previous tour. Now he has new dates for the cities he missed along with new stops in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Richmond. Kristeen Young joins him on tour and Patti Smith performs on the bill March 1st. Join him as he comes to Davis, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Lawrence, Lincoln, Minneapolis, Boston, Chicago, Clear Lake, Nashville, Atlanta, Asheville, Upper Darby, Indianapolis, Beaumont, Pharr, Dallas, Austin, and more.
FC Barcelona and Argentina national team soccer star Lionel Messi is coming together with 35 of the world’s top soccer players for Messi & Friends vs. The World XI. The exhibition game which benefits the Lionel Messi Foundation is part of a series of games that will also come to Peru, Colombia, and Los Angeles this summer. Don’t miss your chance to see soccer legends in action as they come to Soldier Field Stadium in ChicagoJuly 6th.
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