Miley Cyrus announces dates for her highly anticipated “Bangerz Tour.” The 38-city road trip takes Miley throught the U.S. and Canada. She is supporting her best-selling album, “Bangerz,” which hit No. 1 in over 70 countries, with her singles “Wrecking Ball” and “We Can’t Stop” having already sold over 4 million copies in the U.S. alone. The tour comes to Vancouver, Tacoma, Anaheim, Los Angeles, Oakland, San Jose, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Denver, Omaha, Rosemont, Milwaukee, Saint Paul, Dallas, Tulsa, San Antonio, Houston, New Orleans, Tampa, Miami, Orlando, Atlanta, Montreal, Boston, Brooklyn, Washington DC and more.
Sting teams up with Paul Simon with what is sure to be one of the biggest tours of the year. Presented by Live Nation, the “On Stage Together” tour kicks off in Houston and features two of the most iconic artists of all time. The tour comes to Houston, Dallas, Denver, Inglewood, San Jose, Seattle, Vancouver, Saint Paul, Chicago, Auburn Hills, Montreal, Toronto, New York City, Philadelphia, Hershey, Washington DC, Sunrise and Orlando.
Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit have announced that The Eagles will extend the “History Of The Eagles” tour further into 2014 with new dates across North America. New dates include Las Vegas, Houston, Washington DC, and Atlanta, and the tour also comes to New York City, Knoxville, Charlotte, Greensboro, Birmingham, Tampa, Miami, Orlando, Inglewood, Sacramento, San Jose, Dallas, New Orleans, Raleigh Cincinnati and Columbus.
Michael Buble will be melting hearts up North as he’s set to kick off a Canadian tour. He will be performing material from his Billboard-topping album “To Be Loved.” The tour will mark Michael’s return to Canada after hosting the Juno Awards in Regina earlier this year. The tour comes Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto, London (ON), Ottawa and Montreal.
Darius Rucker returns to the road for his “True Believers Tour.” Supporting his third album, “True Believers,” Darius is taking along special guests Eli Young Band and David Nail. The tour kicks off late January in Illinois and comes to Champaign, Fort Wayne, Ypsilanti, Hershey, Albany, Verona, North Charleston, Columbia, Asheville, Erie, Youngstown, Roanoke, Enid, Salina and Loveland.
Canadian rockers Hedley are set to embark on a Canadian tour. Known for such hits as “Never Too Late” and “Cha-Ching” which was performed at the closing ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympics, the group is also known for their philanthropic work as ambassadors for Free The Children. The tour of their native country takes them to Regina, Halifax, Coquitlam, Prince George, Kelowna, Kamloops, Grande Prairie, Medicine Hat, Hamilton, Kitchener, Oshawa, Windsor, Barrie, Sudbury, Peterborough, Kingston, Fredericton, St. John’s, Corner Brook, Sydney, Halifax, Moncton, Quebec, London (ON), Toronto and more.
Arctic Monkeys are adding dates to its itinerary. Singer Alex Turner came down with a case of laryngitis and the band had to cancel a slew of dates, but almost immediately have added or rescheduled a bevy of new dates. The band is supporting their 2013 release “AM” and come to Vancouver, Portland, Los Angeles, San Diego, Tempe, Tulsa, Columbia (MO), Milwaukee, Kansas City, Miami Beach, Orlando, Saint Petersburg, Charlotte, Richmond, Boston, Portland, New York City, Covington, Columbus, Detroit and Minneapolis.
A cappella group Pentatonix, who won NBC’s “The Sing Off,” is currently on tour. The group was the heavy favorite to win the show after their first performance and earlier tours have been selling out. The group comes to Mobile, Tulsa, Springfield, Chicago, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Denver, Salt Lake City, Vancouver, Seattle, Oakland, Reno, San Diego, Las Vegas, Tucson, Los Angeles, Saint Louis, Little Rock, Nashville, Birmingham, Orlando, Athens, Charlotte, Washington DC, Philadelphia, New York City, Boston, Toronto and Buffalo.
The Bayou Country Superfest is a three day music festival at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, LA, that features music, food and fun. This year’s musical lineup includes George Strait, Reba McEntire, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Florida Georgia Line, Chris Young, Lee Brice, Hunter Hayes, Easton Corbin, Big & Rich and more.
Get ready for four nights of Neil Young at one of America’s most esteemed venues. Neil is set to play New York City’s legendary Carnegie Hall January 6th through the 10th. The Canadian roots-rock icon, who also co-founded the philanthropic Farm Aid benefit concert and The Bridge School, is fresh off of those performances and ready to bring his iconic catalog to New York.
The enchanting Irish musical ensemble Celtic Woman is back on the road later this month. Combining the talents of four gifted Irish women, vocalists Chloe Agnew, Lisa Lambe and Susan McFadden, with violinist Mairead Nesbitt, the group performs an uplifting mix of timeless tradition and contemporary craft that has transcended national and cultural borders and sold nearly three million concert tickets worldwide. Catch the dazzling performances as they come to Las Vegas, Uncasville, Newport News, Charleston, Bethlehem, Shippensburg, Orillia, Lynn, New Brunswick, Mulvane, Dallas, Greenville, Carmel, Hammond, Owensboro, Atlanta, Nashville, Huntsville, Montgomery, Macon, Pensacola, Lakeland and more.
Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Sound Tribe Sector 9,
Iration, The Movement & Natural Vibrations,
Reverend Horton Heat,
Emancipator Ensemble, and
Golden Dragon Acrobats: Cirque Ziva.