Eagles, NBA, Black Sabbath, Michael Buble, American Idol, Darren Criss & More

The Eagles have released the DVD/Blu-ray release of the documentary “History of the Eagles,” and now have added more dates for their summer tour of the same name. The new leg of the tour kicks off in September with dates in the U.S. and Canada. Catch the iconic band as they come to Auburn Hills, Chicago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Bethel, Pittsburgh, Washington, DC, Mansfield, Uncasville, Philadelphia, Ottawa, Toronto, Cleveland, Milwaukee, and Louisville. Buy These Tickets

As the first round of the NBA Playoffs pick up steam, many series that seemed open-and-shut are becoming tightly contested battles. The Celtics stay alive after fighting back to avoid a first-round sweep by the New York Knicks. The Houston Rockets beat back a dominant OKC Thunder to push the series to 2-3 but still need one more win to push the series to a game 7. The Los Angeles Clipperswere looking particularly dominant but an injury to superstar Blake Griffin looks to threaten their playoff chances as the Memphis Grizzlies have taken the series lead 3-2. Miami has advanced to round two with a sweep of the Milwaukee Bucks and the Los Angeles Lakers were swept by the San Antonio Spurs. Playoff action comes to Chicago, Oakland, Boston, Atlanta, Memphis, Houston, Denver, Brooklyn, San Antonio, Indianapolis, Oklahoma City, Los Angeles, New York City and Miami. Buy These Tickets

As the NHL Playoffs heat up the Washington Capitols and the New York Rangers will face off for the fourth time in five years. Other match ups in the Eastern Conference include the Pittsburgh Penguins who hold a 1-0 lead over the NY Islanders, the Toronto Maple Leafs face the Boston Bruins, and the Ottawa Senators play the Montreal Canadiens. In the Western Conference the Chicago Blackhawks lead Minnesota 1-0, the Detroit Red Wings trail their series 0-1 against the Anaheim Ducks, the San Jose Sharks lead theVancouver Canucks 1-0, and the Los Angeles Kings trail the St. Louis Blues 1-0. Buy These Tickets

Black Sabbath returns to the road with a massive 20-date tour kicking off in July. Ozzy recently had a drug and alcohol relapse but there are no indications that his recovery is going to affect the tour schedule. See the “founding fathers of heavy metal” as they come to Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Irvine, Mountain View, Quincy, Vancouver, Noblesville, Tinley Park, Toronto, Mansfield, Philadelphia, Uncasville, Clarkston, Holmdel, Bristow, West Palm Beach, Tampa, Austin and Spring. Buy These Tickets

American Idol is coming down to its last final contestants, and in June, American Idol Live will bring all ten finalists on a live tour of the country. Along with Amber HolcombAngie MillerCandice Gloverand others, the tour will also be joined by season 11th’s Idol finalistAubrey Cleland. The tour comes to Nashville, Louisville, Columbus, Toronto, Youngstown, Reading, Bridgeport, Providence, Manchester, Boston, Uncasville, Atlantic City, Uniondale, Newark, Trenton, Fairfax, Charlotte, Knoxville, North Charleston, Duluth, Miami, Orlando, New Orleans, Houston, Grand Prairie, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Portland, Kent and more. Buy These Tickets

With his album “To Be Loved” debuting at No. 1 on Billboard Magazine’s Top 200 Pop Charts, Canadian superstar Michael Bubleis preparing for a 40-city U.S. tour that begins in September. His previous “Crazy Love Tour” sold out in 80 US cities and was seen by over two million fans. He hopes to build on that success when he comes to Chicago, Kansas City, Saint Paul, Lincoln, Saint Louis, Indianapolis, Auburn HIlls, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Buffalo, Hartford, Boston, Newark, Brooklyn, Tulsa, Dallas, San Antonio, Houston, New Orleans, Nashville, Raleigh, Charlotte, Duluth and many more. Buy These Tickets

Country Music Awards “Entertainer of the Year” winner Luke Bryanhas a ton of tour fuel left as he’s packed his road schedule all the way to October. Joining LiveNation’s Country Megaticket series, along with his own tour with Thompson Square and Florida Georgia Line, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to see Luke as he comes to West Palm Beach, Tampa, Lexington, Nashville, North Little Rock, Burgettstown, Cuyahoga Falls, Cincinnati, Englewood, Salt Lake City, Tulsa, Wichita, Allentown, Saratoga Springs, Holmdel, Bethel, Chula Vista, Irvine, Mountain View, Wheatland, Sweet Home, OR, Phoenix, Albuquerque and more. Buy These Tickets

After The Monkees went on a reunion tour last year after Jones’death, the response convinced them that they should keep going. Now members Michael NesmithMicky Dolenz and Peter Tork announce a new tour for 2013 that kicks on July 15th. Called “A Midsummer’s Night with the Monkees” the tour will feature the band’s songs in the order in which they were released. The tour comes to Port Chester, Boston, Red Band, Westbury, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Raleigh, Nashville, Saint Augustine, Boca Raton, Austin, Houston, Grand Prairie, Tulsa, Denver, Mesa, Henderson, San Diego, Long Beach, Saratoga, Napa, Seattle and Portland.Buy These Tickets

Having played together for more than fifteen years, Rodrigo Y Gabriela are back on the road again for 2013. They bring their unique instrumental blend of metal, jazz and world music to cities across the U.S. You can see the internationally acclaimed Mexican acoustic rock guitar duo as they come to Boston, Philadelphia, Morrison, Kansas City, Houston, Dallas, Mesa, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, Saratoga, San Francisco, Medford and Troutdale. Buy These Tickets

Pet Shop Boys announce a new tour in support of their new album “Electric.” The new album, released on the Pet Shop Boys’ own x2 label, includes eight new tunes along with a cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “The Last To Die.” The tour comes to Miami Beach, Saint Petersburg, Atlanta, New York City, Rockville, Boston, Philadelphia, Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, Seattle, Vancouver, Portland, Oakland, San Diego, Las Vegas and Los Angeles.Buy These Tickets

The Rascals are playing an amazing 15 performances at the Richard Rodgers Theatre onBroadway, presented as “The Rascals: Once Upon A Dream.” The show will feature performances from the reunited band along with video reenactments, archival concert and news footage, op-art backdrops and psychedelic lighting. The show includes over 30 Rascals songs but also finds time to explore their influence on music, culture and the political climate of the time. In addition to their New York City residency, the band plays four nights at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, FL, May 24th to the 27th. Buy These Tickets

Formally known as the Antoinette Perry Award for Excellence in Theatre, the Tony Awards, celebrate achievement in live Broadway theatre. This year’s nominees include first time nominee Cyndi Lauper, who’s “Kinky Boots” received the most nominations with 13, and Tom Hanks among others. It all comes to Radio City Music Hall in New York CityJune 9th. Buy These Tickets

Colombian Grammy Award winning singer, composer and actor, Carlos Vives, has plans for a 2013 U.S. tour. With more than 14 million albums sold, Carlos celebrates a legendary career with the “Come Le Gusta a mi Pueblo Tour.” The tour comes to Orlando, Miami, Duluth, Boston, Fairfax, Los Angeles and Houston. Buy These Tickets

“Glee” star Darren Criss plans to preview tunes from his new album on his “Listen Up Tour,” kicking off later this month. His new as-yet-untitled album will be the follow up to his his 2010 debut solo EP, “Human.” Starting May 29th, Darren comes to San Francisco, West Hollywood, Anaheim, Dallas, Houston, Nashville, Indianapolis, Chicago, Minneapolis, Toronto, Cleveland, New York City, Philadelphia, Boston and Silver Spring. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Jimmy Eat World,
Sound Tribe Sector 9 & Umphrey’s McGee,
Guns N’ Roses,
Slash,
Disney Junior Live: Pirate & Princess Adventure,
Mad Decent Block Party,
John Cleese,
Zappa Plays Zappa,
Kelly Rowland & The Dream,
Killswitch Engage & As I Lay Dying,
Joe Satriani,
Summer Slaughter Tour: Dillinger Escape Plan, and
Ringo Starr.

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