Just a couple of months after concluding the “Legends Of Summer” tour with Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake will strike out on his own with his “20/20 Experience World Tour.” The global tour, in support of his latest album “20/20 Experience” includes dates from Europe, South America, and of course the U.S. and Canada. It kicks off in October with dates for Montreal, Raleigh, Nashville, Columbus, Memphis, Saint Louis, Tulsa, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Louisville, Atlanta, Orlando, Edmonton, Seattle, Denver, Fargo, Saint Paul and Omaha.
Actor, singer and songwriter Josh Groban is embarking on a fall tour called “In The Round Tour.” This tour will feature a stage in the middle of arenas to give his fans a full 360 degrees of the experience. Groban plans to touch on the scope of his 12-year career, building on his 2011 “Straight Into You” tour where he brought the closeness of a theatre setting to arenas. Starting in October, the tour comes to Boise, Seattle, Sacramento, San Jose, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Chicago, Grand Rapids, Auburn Hills, Toronto, Montreal, Boston, Newark, Pittsburgh, Sunrise, Tampa, Orlando, Houston and Dallas,
Argentine superstar Lionel Messi and a number of big name stars will be taking part in this year’s Messi & Friends vs. The World XI. The charity exhibition soccer match will feature 36 of the world’s best players, including the likes of Cesc Fabregas and Thierry Henryalong with soccer legend David Trezeguet and others. Much like theNFL Pro Bowl or an MLB All-Star Game, the matches will provide fans with an incredible opportunity to witness the world’s greatest athletes from the world of soccer together on the same field of competition. This year’s matches will be held at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles on July 3rd, and Soldier Field Stadium in Chicago July 6th.
Second round action of the NBA Playoffs is kicking off with all series split 1-1 through two games. The Chicago Bulls stunned the Miami Heat with their first game win, but the Heat bounced back to even the series, as it was with the Spurs vs. the Golden State Warriors, theOklahoma City Thunder vs. the Memphis Grizzlies, and the Knicksvs. the Pacers. Playoff action continues in Chicago, Oakland, Memphis, Indianapolis, San Antonio, Miami, Oklahoma City and New York City.
In the NHL Playoffs, the Montreal Canadiens try to overcome several devasting injuries as they take on the Ottawa Senators. With Brian Giontas out after surgery on his left arm, Ryan White and Brandon Prust were injured in their first-round series against the Senators and then they lost Carey Price with a lower body injury. They now turn to goalie Peter Budoj to get them back into the series. The Islandersvs. Penguins series and the Rangers vs. the Capitols are both tied at 2-2, while Chicago leads Minnesota 3-1 and the Bruins take a 3-1 lead over Toronto. Catch all NHL playoff action as games come to Montreal, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Los Angeles, Boston, Washington, DC, Detroit, Uniondale, Saint Paul, Ottawa, Anaheim, Saint Louis and more.
The three teenage Italian tenors Il Volo have booked their first full-fledged tour since supporting Barbra Streisand on her fall tour. With the release of the special edition of “We Are Love” May 28th on Interscope Records, the album includes selections from the group’s second studio album along with five newly recorded songs. Their tour kicks off in August and comes to Vancouver, San Francisco, Universal City, Phoenix, Chicago, Detroit, Toronto, Montreal, Pittsburgh, Upper Darby, Boston, Tampa, Miami, Orlando, New York City and Wallingford.
With the release of their new album “Battle Born,” The Killers are striking out on a new tour. Their aggressive road schedule will see them headlining festivals as well as doing their own stand alone shows. Catch the band as they comes to Grand Prairie, Cedar Parks, Nashville, New York City, Toronto, Cincinnati, Brooklyn, Camden, Saint Paul, Bonner Springs, Cleveland, Columbus, Raleigh, Charleston, Alpharetta, Orlando, Miami and Saint Louis.
What was to be George Jones’ farewell concert will now go on as aGeorge Jones Tribute Concert. The tribute will include performances from such stars as Garth Brooks, Kid Rock, Travis Tritt, The Oak Ridge Boys, Montgomery Gentry, Charlie Daniels and more, as they pay tribute to Jones who passed away last month. The show will be presented in the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN, November 22nd.
Megadeth announces this year’s Gigantour lineup which includes appearances by Black Label Society, Device, Hellyeah, Newstedand Death Division. The tour kicks off in early July and comes to Gilford, Uncasville, Canandaigua, Clarkston, Rosemont, Lubbock, Corpus Christi, Oklahoma City, Bloomington, Winnipeg, Milwaukee, Regina, Calgary, Edmonton, Dawson Creek, and more
Mac Miller just announced plans for his 2013 tour. The 38 city North American tour, called “The Space Migration,” is in support of his sophomore album “Watching Movies With The Sound Off.” He will be joined by Chance The Rapper and Vince Staples on all dates withMeek Mill, Earl Sweatshirt and Action Bronson joining him on select dates. The tour comes to Austin, Dallas, Houston, New Orleans, Memphis, Nashville, Atlanta, North Myrtle Beach, Saint Petersburg, Orlando, Jacksonville, Raleigh, Silver Spring, Stroudsburg, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Asbury Park, New York City and more.
Comedian Lewis Black announces his “The Rant Is Due 2013 Tour.” One of the most prolific and popular performers working today, Black executes a brilliant trifecta as stand-up comedian, actor and author. He performs over 200 nights a year to sold out audiences throughout Europe, New Zealand, Canada and the U.S. This year’s tour takes him to Indianapolis, Joliet, Waukegan, Charleston, Charlottesville, Englewood, Washington, DC, Lampe, Las Vegas, Milwaukee, Saratoga, Charlotte, Wichita, Oklahoma City, Fort Worth, Knoxville, Atlanta and more.
It’s been awhile, but Courtney Love is hitting the road again. Next month, the controversial singer will set out on a solo tour throughout the Northeast. Although she’s leaving behind theHole banner, the former Hole singer is likely to dust off some classics from her time with the group. She comes to Philadelphia, Boston, Silver Spring, Brooklyn, Port Chester, Asbury Park and Huntington.
Children’s entertainment group The Wiggles are returning to the U.S. and Canada with a fall tour. Australia’s top kids act kicks off the tour August 17th with plans to come to Upper Darby, Hershey, Hyannis, Cohasset, Madison, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Portland, Santa Rosa, San Jose, Thousand Oaks, Los Angeles, Anaheim, Phoenix, Houston, Austin and many more.
The Rolling Stones have added one more date to their “50 & Counting” Tour. The tour will now make its last U.S. stop in Washington, DC June 24th. With the tour opener in Los Angeles getting grade-A reviews, the tour also comes to Las Vegas, Anaheim, Toronto, Chicago, Montreal, Boston and Philadelphia.
Shania Twain is announcing a new set of fall show dates to round out the first year of her two-year Las Vegas residency. The country superstar, known for her hits “Any Man of Mine” and “That Don’t Impress Me,” returned to the stage last December after nearly a decade-long hiatus. The singers residency at Caesars Palace now extends from May 14th to December 14th.
Although Michael Buble has sold millions of records and is gearing up for his next release, the pressures of the road and the success of his next album is not weighing him down as he’s expecting his first child with wife, Argentine actress, Luisana Lopilato. He’s not letting future fatherhood slow him down either as he’s heading out on tour in support of his new album “To Be Loved.” Buble comes to Oakland, Los Angeles, San Diego, Anaheim, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Denver, Salt Lake City, Portland, Seattle, Sunrise, Tampa, Orlando, Jacksonville, Duluth, Charlotte, Raleigh, Nashville, New Orleans, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Tulsa, Brooklyn, Newark, Boston, Harford, and more.
Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Dita Von Teese,
Disney Junior Live: Pirate & Princess Adventure,
Toro Y Moi,
The Melvins & Honky,
Walk The Moon,
Sinead O’Connor, and
Every Time I Die & Chelsea Grin.