Paul McCartney adds Canada dates for his “Out There” tour. His ever-growing 2013 venture now brings him to Ontario, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. He also comes to Orlando, Austin, Memphis, Tulsa, Brooklyn, Manchester, Ottawa, Boston, Washington, DC, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Seattle, San Francisco, Winnipeg and Regina.
Black Sabbath have confirmed a full 20-city North American tour after previously only releasing a handful of dates. Ozzy, Tony and Geezer are set for the group’s first full-fledged tour since 2005. At 64, Ozzy shows no signs of slowing down as “the founding fathers of heavy metal” come to Spring, TX, Austin, Tampa, West Palm Beach, Bristow, Holmdel, Clarkston, Uncasville, Philadelphia, Mansfield, Toronto, Tinley Park, Noblesville, Vancouver, Quincy, Mountain View, Irvine, Phoenix, Las Vegas and Los Angeles.
The NBA playoffs are in full swing and here’s an overview of the playoff picture. The Miami Heat take a 3-1 lead over Milwaukee, while the Oklahoma City Thunder hold a 2-1 lead over the Houston Rockets. The Knicks lead their series 3-1 over Boston, the San Antonio Spurs are up 2-1 over the Los Angeles Lakers, while theDenver Nuggets lead the Golden State Warriors 3-1. Catch all NBA playoff action as it leads to the finals starting in June.
First round of the NHL playoffs could prove to be a dream slate of match-ups for the 2013 playoffs. With the Pittsburgh Penguins andWashington Capitols the only teams guaranteed a spot in the postseason with their current seeding, the Boston Bruins andMontreal Canadiens are still battling for Northeast Division title, while the New York Rangers, the Ottawa Senators and the Winnipeg Jets fight for the final two playoff berths. Playoff actions kicks offApril 30th, with games coming to San Jose, Chicago, Uniondale, Saint Paul, Columbus, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Toronto, Saint Louis, Washington, DC, Montreal, Ottawa, Anaheim, Detroit, Boston, Dallas, Pittsburgh and more.
After wrapping up his current tour with Dawes, Bob Dylan will close out the year with the “AmericanaramA Festival of Music” tour. Performing with Wilco and My Morning Jacket, the legendary artist will also be joined on select dates by Bob Weir (solo acoustic), Ryan Bingham and more. The tour kicks off late June and comes to West Palm Beach, Tampa, Atlanta, Nashville, Memphis, Noblesville, Cincinnati, Saint Paul, Charleston, Bridgeview, Clarkston, Toronto, Darien Center, Bridgeport, Mansfield, Saratoga Springs, Columbia, MD, and more.
Legendary rock god, Robert Plant, comes to festivals, theaters and amphitheaters everywhere for a June and July tour outing. The tour will feature Plant backed by an incredible band of artists, including guitaristJustin Adams, keyboardist John Baggott, percussionist Juldeh Camara, Billy Fuller on bass, and Dave Smith on drums. Called, “Robert Plant Presents The Sensational Space Shifters,” the tour looks to celebrate his 40 year plus musical career. The tour comes to Dallas, Houston, Austin, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Berkeley, Medford, Quincy, Morrison, Memphis, New Orleans, Alpharetta, Cary, Vienna, Uncasville, Boston and Brooklyn.
Walter Becker and Donald Fagen are taking to the road again asSteely Dan embarks on their “Mood Swings 2013: 8 Miles To Pancake Day” tour. Joining them will be the backup vocal trio known as The Borderline Brats, and the same backing band as their last outing which came to be known as “The Bipolar Allstars” and include Keith Carlock on drums, Freddie Washington on bass, Jim Beard on keyboards, and Jon Herington on guitar. The tour begins in July on the East Coast and comes to Atlantic City, Canandaigua, Toronto, Cleveland, Kettering, Louisville, Detroit, Milwaukee, Fort Wayne, Highland Park, Indianapolis, Saint Louis, Morrison, Omaha, Boise, Redmond, San Francisco, Reno, Santa Barbara, San Diego, Las Vegas, Austin, Los Angeles, Kansas City and many more.
Counting Crows and The Wallflowers have united for a 21-date summer tour starting in June. The bands know each other well as Counting Crows frontman Adam Duritz performed on The Wallflower’s 1996 record “6th Avenue Heartache.” You can catch the tour as it comes to Selden, Big Flats, Boston, Hampton, Mashantucket, Red Bank, Vienna, New York City, Atlantic City, Verona, NY, Rochester, Chicago, Saint Paul, Winnipeg, Woodinville, Livermore, San Francisco, Las Vegas and Costa Mesa.
Sublime with Rome announces their North America summer tour plans. The tour kicks off in July and runs until August, with support for most shows by veteran punk rockers Pennywise. A few dates will feature support from Descendents and Iration and they will also share some stops on 311’s annual “Unity Tour” with Cypress Hill and G. Love and Special Sauce. The tour comes to Toronto, Boston, Cincinnati, Asbury Park, Wantagh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Portsmouth, Saint Augustine, West Palm Beach, Tampa, Dallas, Mesa, San Francisco, Redmond, Casper, Morrison and Las Vegas.
The Allman Brothers Band is adding variety to their summer tour, giving their fans the option of seeing them perform “evening with” shows with Steve Winwood or a four night leg of shows with Grace Potter and the Nocturnals. You can also catch ABB as they perform at the second annual Peach Music Festival in Scranton, PA. The tour also comes to Chicago, Darien Center, Hartford, Gilford, Saratoga Springs, Raleigh, Charlotte, Alpharetta, Virginia Beach, Mansfield and Wantagh.
Wiz Khalifa is taking his summer hip hop tour for another go-around. His “Under The Influence” tour has just announced its summer itinerary with A$AP Rocky and special guests B.o.B., Trinidad Jame$, Joey Bada$$ & Pro Era and Berner. The tour comes to Fresno, Bakersfield, Gulfport, Mountain View, Irvine, Chula Vista, Albuquerque, Englewood, Austin, Spring, Dallas, Tinley Park, Clarkston, Bristow, Holmdel, Burgettstown, Noblesville, Wantagh, Mansfield, Hartford, Montreal and more.
If you were waiting for most anticipated comedy tour of the year, wait no longer as Brian Regan has embarked on his 2013 tour. The comedian, known for his trademarked facial expressions, physical comedy, and “clean” jokes that the whole family can experience, has toured more that 80 cities each year since 2005. Once again 2013 sees him undertake a prolific tour schedule as he comes to Columbus, Rockford, South Bend, Waterbury, Englewood, Red Bank, Bethlehem, Honolulu, Kahului, Newport, Hyannis, Cohasset, Puablo, Morrison, Fort Collins, Saratoga, Vancouver, Tacoma, Eugene, Sacramento and many more.
Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Guns N’ Roses,
The Postal Service,
Face To Face,
Portugal The Man, and
The Legend Of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses.