Lady Antebellum, Oprah, Timberlake, Harry Connick Jr, J Cole, AGT & More

Seven-time Grammy winners Lady Antebellum team up with Kip Moore and Kacey Musgraves for their “Take Me Downtown Tour” starting in November. They announced the first leg of the tour in support of their latest album “Golden” which was released earlier this year. Although the first round of dates encompasses around 16 dates the entire tour will hit 40 plus cities. The tour comes to Southaven, Saint Louis, Evansville, Grand Rapids, Rosemont, Toledo, Cleveland, Fargo, Denver, Salt Lake City, Springfield, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Omaha, Cincinnati and Peoria. Buy These Tickets

Justin Timberlake is adding a handful of West Coast gigs to his “20/20 Experience World Tour,” including Anaheim, San Jose and Los Angeles. In addition to his co-headlining shows with Jay Z, festival appearances and his own headlining tour, the pop star has more than 40 dates scheduled from now until February. He comes to Chicago, Toronto, Omaha, Saint Paul, Fargo, Denver, Seattle, Edmonton, Orlando, Atlanta, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Indianapolis, Houston, Dallas, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Tulsa, Saint Louis, Memphis, Columbus, Nashville, Raleigh, East Rutherford, Brooklyn, Montreal, and many more. Buy These Tickets

Currently on the final leg of his summer outing, Harry Connick Jr. already has plans to hit the road this fall to support his 29th album, “Every Man Should Know.” The album has been very well received by fans and critics alike with the Boston Globe calling the 12 original songs written and arranged by Connick his “most thoughtful and personal songs to date” and the Chicago Tribune describing the album as the artist’s “personal best.” Harry comes to San Francisco, Woodinville, Vancouver, Lenox, Atlantic City, Cincinnati, Fort Wayne, Madison, Cleveland, Columbus, Milwaukee, Appleton, Saint Louis, Naples (FL), Houston, Austin, Oklahoma City, Midland, San Antonio, Dallas, Catoosa and Kansas City. Buy These Tickets

Oprah Winfrey is coming to MegaFest with MegaFest 2013: Oprah’s Lifeclass. MegaFest is one of America’s largest Christian multi-day events, and this year Oprah will take the stage and be joined by Bishop T.D. Jakes. The event will also be filmed for Oprah’s OWN network. Lifeclass is a richly interactive experience where experts, handpicked by Oprah, interact with viewers to share principles and tools that can help people live more meaningful and fulfilling lives. The event comes to Dallas, TX, at the American Airlines Center on August 29th. Buy These Tickets

Rod Stewart is a “hit” in Vegas, so he’s adding more dates for his Las Vegas residency called “Rod Stewart: The Hits.” Performed at The Colosseum At Caesars Palace, the dates are a part of a two-year residency for the legendary artist. True to its name, the Vegas presentation will include such hits as “Maggie May,” “Passion,” “Hot Legs,” “The First Cut Is The Deepest” and more. Buy These Tickets

J. Cole has announced dates for his “What Dreams May Come Tour.” The rapper is touring in support of his second studio album, “Born Sinner,” which was released in June and hit No. 1 on the Nielsen SoundScan chart and has been certified Gold. He brings along D.C. rapper Wale and comes to Miami, Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville, Augusta, Charlotte, Saint Louis, Las Vegas, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Norfolk, Atlanta, Toronto, Detroit, Milwaukee, Saint Paul, Kansas City, New Orleans, Houston, Austin, Grand Prairie, Broomfield, Las Vegas, San Francisco and Seattle. Buy These Tickets

Talent from Summer’s hottest TV show America’s Got Talent is coming to local venues across the country with a live tour. Fans of AGT will have an opportunity to experience their favorite Season 8 acts when the “America’s Got Talent Live” tour kicks off in October. Hot on the heels of their performances in Radio City Music Hall, fan favorite acts, including the yet-to-be-announced season 8 winner, will again take the stage with the hottest performances as the tour comes to Melbourne (FL), Jacksonville, West Palm Beach, Raleight, Atlanta, Nashville, Birmingham, Memphis, Valley Center, Houston, Colorado Springs, Denver, Reno, San Francisco, Fresno, San Diego, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Indio, Mesa, Kansas City, Davenport, Prior Lake, Merrillville, Indianapolis, Columbus, Cleveland and more. Buy These Tickets

Fiona Apple and Blake Mills have planned a North American tour, “Anything We Want: An Evening With Fiona Apple & Blake Mills.” The 12-date tour will feature songs from their respective catalogues plus some yet-to-be released material, however the duo will not have a firm setlist for each show as they plan to shoot from the hip and keep it spontaneous. The tour comes to Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, Berkeley, Denver, Saint Paul, Chicago, Toronto, Philadelphia, New York City, Boston, and Washington, DC. Buy These Tickets

Best known for his role as the title character in the hit FOX TV show “House,” Hugh Laurie is launching a new North American tour in October in support of his sophomore album “Didn’t It Rain.” He will be backed on ┬átour ┬áby The Copper Bottom Band, which features David Piltch on bass, Vincent Henry and Elizabeth Lea on horns, Jean McClain and Gaby Moreno on vocals, Mark Goldenberg on guitar and Herman Matthews on drums. The tour comes to Nashville, Minneapolis, Chicago, Homestead, Kent, Ann Arbor, New York City, Northampton, Boston, Glenside, Durham, Jacksonville and Atlanta. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Bon Jovi,
Jason Aldean,
Mayday Parade,
The Maine & Anberlin,
The Devil Wears Prada & The Ghost Inside,
Of Montreal,
Fitz and The Tantrums,
Dr. Dog,
Sinead O’Connor,
Greensky Bluegrass,
Charles Bradley,
Neutral Milk Hotel,
GWAR & Whitechapel, and
Blitzen Trapper.

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