NBA & NHL Playoffs, 1D, J Lo & Enrique Iglesias, Carrie Underwood & More

The NHL Hockey playoffs are heating up, as the New York Rangersnotched the series lead with a 2-1 win against the Washington Capitals in triple overtime. With their backs against the wall, some wonder if the Capitals have lost the momentum they need to pull out the upset, but recent history with these teams suggest otherwise when the Capitals rallied from both a 1-0 and 2-1 series deficit to eliminate the defending champion Boston Bruins just one round ago, and the Rangers blew a 2-1 lead over the Ottawa Senators by losing Game 4 on the road and Game 5 at home. Other playoff action includes theNew Jersey Devils against the b>, the Los Angeles Kings versus theSt. Louis Blues, and the Nashville Predators versus the Phoenix CoyotesBuy These Tickets

In NBA Playoff action the Los Angeles Lakers take a commanding 2-0 series lead against the Denver Nuggets, while the Miami Heatextend their dominance over the New York Knicks 2-0 in their series match-up. Across the league, the San Antonio Spurs continue to blow out the Utah Jazz and the Philadelphia 76ers keep their payoff hopes alive against the Chicago Bulls, who’s superstar player Derrick Rose is out with a torn ACL. Buy These Tickets

Called the No. 1 contender for the world’s most popular boy band ever,One Direction is not only currently on a sold-out U.S. headlining tour, but because of demand have already announced their 2013 tour plans, which now include even more North American dates for 2013, as the boys coninue to sell out shows. Added dates include San Jose, Las Vegas, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Hershey, East Rutherford, Lousiville, and Philadelphia. Buy These Tickets

Carrie Underwood releases her new album, “Blown Away,” available now, and marks plans for a new tour starting in September. After a few festival appearances including Bayou Country Superfest in Baton Rouge and Boots & Hearts Music Festival in Canada, Carrie will hit the road in earnest bringing her “Blown Away” tour to Manchester, Bridgeport, Providence, Worcester, Reading, Nashville, Green Bay, Minneapolis, Fargo, Calgary, Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, Salt Lake City, Reno, Sacramento, San Jose, Los Angeles, Bakersfield, and more. Buy These Tickets

Although we don’t know who the 2012 American Idol winner is yet, details for the American Idols Live Tour has already been announced. Featuring finalists Erika Van Pelt, Heejun Han, Hollie Cavanagh, Colton Dixon, DeAndre Brackensick, Elise Testone, Jessica Sanchez, Joshua Ledet, Phillip Phillips, and Skylar Laine, the tour launches in Detroit and is scheduled for 45 stops. The show comes to Rosemont, Minneapolis, Saint Louis, Kansas City, Broomfield, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Portland, Sacramento, San Jose, Los Angeles, Ontario, San Diego, Dallas, Lafayette, and more.Buy These Tickets

Music superstars Enrique Iglesias and Jennifer Lopez have announced plans for a joint tour featuring Wisin & Yandel. Together the three acts have sold over 120 million albums, and accumulated numerous awards, number one hits, and sold-out tours. This will not be the first time the three artists have collaborated musically as they have all performed songs with each other, but this will be an opportunity to see those collaborations live. The tour comes to Montreal, Toronto, Newark, boston, Washington, DC, Atlantic City, Chicago, Rosemont, San Jose, Anaheim, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Antonio, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, and Miami. Buy These Tickets

Nicki Minaj announces her first ever headlining tour. After becoming the first female solo artist to have seven singles on the Billboard Hot 100 at the same time, Nicki hits the road in support of her new album “Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded.” Expect more of her trademark technicolor costumes, new tunes, and her intimate meet & greets. Nicki comes to Detroit, Chicago, Cleveland, Atlanta, Miami, Birmingham, Houston, Grand Prairie, Saint Louis, Denver, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Seattle, and Vancouver. Buy These Tickets

Between festival appearances, The Allman Brothers Band have announced about a dozen tour dates with several co-headlining shows with Santana. Last week Gregg Allman was forced to postpone his book tour for his new memoir “My Cross To Bear” for heart tests, but now with a clean bill of health, he is looking forward to the summer and joining his bandmates and Santana on the road. Catch them in Darien Center, Wantagh, Holmdel, Saratoga Springs, Hartford, Columbia, Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh, boston, and Moosic.Buy These Tickets

While remaining dates for Death Cab for Cutie spring tour are mostly sold out, the band has already announced plans for a summer tour. Joined on certain dates by Andrew Bird andCity and Colour, you’ll have more chances to see the alternative rock band this year in Cleveland, Rochester, Des Moines, Lawrence, Tulsa, Pittsburgh, Charlottesville, Nashville, Montclair, Holyoke, and Cooperstown. Buy These Tickets

Songstress Demi Lovato announces 21 summer dates for a North America tour starting in June. The singer/actress who has detailed problems with drug and alcohol abuse along with her recovery, just recently logged a certified platinum single with her song “Skyscraper,” from her latest album, “Unbroken.” In addition, her latest single, “Give Your Heart A Break,” has been downloaded over 200,000 times and the video has been seen more than 10 million times on YouTube. Her upcoming tour brings her to Del Mar, Holmdel, Hershey, Vienna, Saratoga Springs, Uncasville, Canadalgua, Toronto, Boston, Camden, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Bakersfield, San Jose, Los Angeles, and more. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
John Fogerty,
Mike Epps,
My Morning Jacket, and
Gabriel Iglesias.


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