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.
Miranda Lambert is enjoying an incredible year as her latest album received a record-tying nine nominations for the 48th CMA Awards. She’s teaming up with Justin Moore and RaeLynn for a North American tour featuring her soulful brand of Country music. The tour comes to Alpharetta, Charlotte, Evansville, Spokane, Tacoma, Eugene, Rockford, Peoria, Dallas, Bossier City, Manchester NH, Worcester, Indio and Detroit Lakes.
Luke Bryan has extended his “That’s My Kind Of Night Tour” with more dates for Orlando, Estero, Evansville, Grand Rapids and Louisville. He will be joined by Randy Houser, Dustin Lynch, Lee Brice and Cole Swindell on select dates. Other dates include Concord, Mountain View, Phoenix, Chula Vista, Los Angeles, Inglewood and more.
Eric Church announces the second leg of his “The Outsiders World Tour,” with more gigs for 2015. This tour will see the return of the country star to the Big Apple when he plays Madison Square Garden and other destinations include New Orleans, Nashville, Phoenix, Salt Lake City and Los Angeles. He is joined by Dwight Yoakam and Brandy Clark on select dates. The tour also comes to San Jose, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, Boise, Spokane, Denver, Oklahoma City, Tupelo, Birmingham, Greenville, Duluth, Kansas City and more.
Saint Louis is the latest stop announced by Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood on their world tour. Garth is currently in the midst of his residency in Jacksonville, Florida, and comes to Saint Louis on December 5th and 6th. Other dates include Greensboro, Minneapolis and Lexington.
After selling more than 500,000 tickets in South America alone as part of his “Viaje” tour, singer/songwriter Ricardo Arjona kicks off the North American leg of his tour in February. The tour will hit 13 markets and is shaping up to be one of the biggest U.S. tours for a Latin act in 2015. The tour is named after his latest album, “Viaje,” which debuted at No. 1 in May and is the ninth top-selling Latin album this year to date, according to Soundscan. It’s also nominated for a Latin Grammy in the Best Singer/Songwriter album category. The tour comes to Miami, Fairfax, Rosemont, New York City, El Paso, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Hidalgo, Grand Prairie, Houston, San Jose, Los Angeles and San Diego.
The World Series kicks off on October 21st. The Kansas City Royals took the American League Championship Series by sweeping the Baltimore Orioles 4-0. They will face the San Francisco Giants, who beat the St. Louis Cardinals 4-1 to win the NLCS. The World Series comes to the AT&T Park in San Francisco and Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City.
Experience Jake Gyllenhaal‘s Broadway debut when Constellations comes to Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. The play, which premiered on the West End in 2012, is an emotional and thoughtful look at one romance as it might exist across parallel universes, and the impact that chance can have on shaping our entire future. It previews on December 16th with opening night on January 13th and runs until March 15th.