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.
Airline Highway comes to Samuel J. Friedman Theatre with previews starting on April 1st and opening night on the 23rd. The new play by Pulitzer Prize-nominated Lisa D’Amour deals with a ragtag group of hustlers, strippers and philosophers who gather at a seedy motel on New Orleans’ Airline Highway. Their purpose is to celebrate the life of an iconic burlesque performer, Miss Ruby, who wants a funeral before she dies. Performances run until June 14th 2016.
British singer/songwriter Ben Howard is returning to North America. He has planned a January to February run of dates kicking off in Dallas. Ben is supporting his latest album, “I Forget Where We Were,” in stores October 21st. His tour comes to Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Dallas, Austin, New Orleans, Miami Beach, Saint Petersburg, Atlanta, Nashville, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Boston, New York City, Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, Kansas City, Denver, Oakland, Seattle, Vancouver and Portland.
Trey Anastasio is giving you a handful of chances to catch him and his band on the road in between Phish‘s fall tour and New Year’s Eve residency. The late November tour marks Trey Anastasio Band’s second trek of the year. TAB is featuring new music from their upcoming album, “Paper Wheels,” which will be released in early 2015. Catch the tour as it comes to Chicago, Pittsburgh, Richmond, Washington DC, Boston, Portland, Binghamton, New York City and Upper Darby.
The Tragically Hip is re-releasing a newly mastered version of their 1992 release “Fully Completely.” Not only can you re-immerse yourself in the classic album when it comes out in November but the band is touring behind the re-release by performing the album in full from start-to-finish. The outing has been dubbed the “Fully and Completely” tour and comes to Chicago, Cleveland, Windsor, Burlington, Washington DC, New York City, Boston, Victoria, Vancouver, Kelowna, Calgary, Lethbridge, Edmonton, Winnipeg, St. Catharines, Toronto, Montreal, St. John’s, Moncton, Halifax and more.
Rock icon Billy Idol unveils his tour plans for his 2015 “Kings & Queens Of The Underground Live” tour. Billy unleashed his autobiography, “Dancing With Myself,” this week and releases his first studio album in a decade, “Kings & Queens Of The Underground,” on October 21st. Special guest Broncho appears on all shows as the tour comes to New Orleans, Atlanta, Upper Darby, Washington DC, New York City, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, Denver, Vancouver, Seattle, Oakland and Los Angles.
Wiz Khalifa has announced dates for his fall “Blacc Hollywood Big Secret Tour.” After spending the summer on the “Under the Influence of Music Tour” with Jeezy, Ty Dolla $ign and Rich Homie Quan, he heads out on the road again in support of his fifth studio album, “Blacc Hollywood,” which was released in August and debuted at No.1 on the Nielsen SoundScan albums chart. His fall leg brings him to Phoenix, Las Vegas, Santa Ana, West Hollywood, Tallahassee, Atlanta, Tampa, Austin, Houston, Dallas, Peoria, Mashantucket, New York City, Sayreville, Pittsburgh and Chicago.