Eagles, Jeff Beck, Phish, Chris Cornell, NBA, TSO, Caputo & More

The Eagles are in the midst of their sensational “History of the Eagles” tour. The tour is in support of the DVD/Blu-ray release of the documentary “History of the Eagles,” that was released in April. The tour now adds new dates at the Fabulous Forum in Inglewood, CA, for January of next year. The tour also comes to Orlando, Miami, Tampa, Birmingham, Greensboro, Charlotte, Knoxville, New York City, Toronto, Montreal, Saint Louis, Kansas City, Moline, Rosemont, Indianapolis, Nashville, Memphis, Dallas, Tulsa, Wichita, Denver, Wichita, Lincoln (NE) and more. Buy These Tickets

Looks like Brian Wilson and guitar wiz Jeff Beck are co-headlining an autumn tour, along with Beach Boys co-founder Al Jardine and original member David Marks. Beck recently guested on Wilson’s upcoming album, and the writer of “Good Vibrations” calls Beck “one of the most amazing guitarists I’ve ever worked with.” The tour comes to Hollywood (FL), Saint Augustine, Washington, DC, Bethlehem, Albany, Boston, Wallingford, Westbury, Upper Darby, New York City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Oakland, Detroit, Toronto and Akron. Buy These Tickets

Chris Cornell is kicking off a solo Fall tour for the U.S. and Canada as he gives Soundgarden‘s first new studio album in 16 years, “King Animal,” the acoustic treatment. The tour is slotted for 30 shows through October and November, taking the singer from California to New Jersey. He comes to San Diego, Napa, San Francisco, Eugene, Seattle, Victoria (Canada), Vancouver, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Saint Paul, Chicago, Madison, Lakewood, Buffalo, Toronto, Kingston, Boston, New York City and more. Buy These Tickets

Phish has announced their fall East Coast tour. The 30th Anniversary run will kick off in the Hampton Coliseum for a three-night run and continue up to Rochester and with a stop at the Glen Falls Civic Center for the band’s first show since their historic Halloween ’94 White Album show. The tour also comes to Atlantic City, Reading, Hartford, Worcester, Glens Falls and Commerce City. Buy These Tickets

Elvis Costello brings his solo act to the East Coast for the first time in a decade, with the aptly called “Elvis Costello – SOLO tour.” He will play intimate theatres and has a new album he did in collaboration with The Roots, “Wise Up Ghost,” available September 17th. The tour comes to Durham, Burlington, Northampton, Englewood, Troy, Ihaca, New Haven, Philadelphia, Port Chester, Kingston, Boston, Portland and Orono. Buy These Tickets

The eleven-time primetime Emmy Award winning show that sparked America’s fascination with dance, is set to captivate audiences again this fall with the So You Think You Can Dance? – Live Tour. Celebrating its landmark 10th season, So You Think You Can Dance’s Top 10 finalists will make their way across North America, performing in a mix of theaters and arenas. The season 10 tour line-up includes Aaron Turner, Amy Yakima, Jasmine Harper, Jenna Johnson, Makenzie Dustman, “Fik-Shun,” Hayley Erbert, Nico Greetham, Paul Karmiryan, and Tucker Knox. The tour comes to East Lansing, Fort Wayne, Windsor, Orillia, Montreal, South Bend, Milwaukee, Hammond, Toledo, Verona, Cleveland, Bethlehem, Toms River, Uncasville, Virgina Beach, Baltimore, Durham, Greenville, Atlanta and more. Buy These Tickets

This year, fans of TSO can enjoy their presentation of Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The Lost Christmas Eve. The Trans-Siberian Orchestra is renowned for its innovative fusion of classic Christmas songs with electronic sounds and they immerse the audience in music and a dazzling light display. “The Lost Christmas Eve” is a rock opera of sorts about a man who becomes jaded about Christmas and must be taught how to see the beauty in it once again. The tour comes to Council Bluffs, Toledo, Erie, Lincoln, University Park, Colorado Springs, Hartford, Manchester, Denver, Charleston, Salt Lake City, Raleigh, Boise, Spokane, Columbia (SC), Seattle, Greenville, Greensboro and many more. Buy These Tickets

The Yo Gabba Gabba! crew will spread some holiday cheer this winter with their first ever Yo Gabba Gabba! Live Holiday Show. The shows are scheduled to hit nine cities across the U.S. and will be a mix of dance numbers and special effects, along with the show’s cast of colorful characters to transform the stage into a holiday wonderland. The tour kicks off late November and comes to Los Angeles, Oakland, Grand Prairie, Houston, Rosemont, New York City, Baltimore, Boston and Upper Darby. Buy These Tickets

Everyone’s favorite psychic Theresa Caputo is back! With her show “LONG ISLAND MEDIUM” returning for a fourth season on TLC channel, Theresa is also on a new tour bringing her gifts to fans all across the country. This is your chance to experience a professional spiritual medium, whether you’re seeking healing and clarity or remain skeptical, you’ll enjoy a captivating experience. The tour comes to Uncasville, Reading, Wilkes Barre, Rochester, Saginaw, Indianapolis, Merrillville, Louisville, Fayetteville, North Charleston, New Orleans, Houston, Cedar Park, Corpus Christi, Dallas and Westbury. Buy These Tickets

Neutral Milk Hotel has already filled next year’s schedule with dozens of tour dates, making up for all those years they took off from the road. The indie rockers announced 30 new North American dates and are set to return to the stage in October for its first tour since disbanding in the late ’90s. The tour is coming to Richmond, Birmingham, Athens, Atlanta, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Port Chester, New York City, Upper Darby, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Carrboro, Nashville, Saint Louis, Chicago, Madison, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Tulsa, Dallas, Austin, Houston and New Orleans. Buy These Tickets

Donny and Marie Osmond already have a Las Vegas residency booked at the Flamingo Las Vegas but now have another surprise for fans as they are set to embark on a holiday tour. As one of the most famous brother/sister acts of all-time, they are still wowing audiences after 40 years of television shows, tours, and twenty-odd studio albums. The duo brings their holiday magic to Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Grand Prairie, Tampa, Sunrise, Greensboro, Nashville, Providence, Albany, Cleveland, Saint Louis, Columbus, Rosemont and Minneapolis. Buy These Tickets

It’s not too early to get into the 2013-14 NBA season. With Kobe Bryant recovering from a torn achilles heel in record time, Derrick Rose returning to the lineup after missing much of last season from injury, and injury-ladden Greg Odem signing with The Heat, there are plenty of story-lines and surprises to keep the next season electrifying. Preseason kicks off in October and tickets are already available nationwide for your favorite home-team. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Taking Back Sunday,
Jake Miller,
In This Moment,
Sleeping With Sirens,
We Came As Romans,
Soul Asylum,
Mike Doughty,
Amos Lee,
Umphrey’s McGee,
Emeli Sande,
Animal Collective,
Kevin Devine,
The Maine & Anberlin, and
Story of the Year.

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