This week, hit music group Mumford and Sons revealed that tickets for their highly anticipated East Coast leg of their tour. This weekend the tickets for the tour event will officially be on sale and available to the public. After the highly successful first leg of the tour, fans will not want to wait when trying to see this act live and in person. While Mumford and Sons tickets for their new tour are announced, another country singer has made an announcement of his own. This announcement came from singer and celebrity dad Billy Ray Cyrus. Those who are looking to see the multi-talented Billy Ray Cyrus on stage, on the other hand, will not find him on a nation-wide tour, but instead on the Broadway stage.
The country singer, actor and voice behind the hit “Achey-Breaky Heart” and star of “Nashville Star” will be gracing the Broadway stage. The singer announced that he has joined the cast of Broadway’s “Chicago” for a limited time engagement. Cyrus will be taking on the role of lawyer Billy Flynn and will begin his appearances this week. Tickets for the performances which will include Cyrus in his new role, are now on sale and available to the public for purchase. However, the singer will only be making limited appearances in the role so fans will want to act quickly in order to see him in this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
While singer Miley Cyrus’s dad will be hitting the Broadway stage, the pop princess’s former Disney co-stars The Jonas Brothers are making an announcement of their own. The pop trio has reveled that they will be giving fans two concert performances in Los Angeles at the end of the month. The announcement came earlier this week and the performances will be held at the historic Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles. These two performances will take place November 27th and November 27th and will be the first live performance from the group since their sold out performance at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on October 11th, 2011. Tickets are on sale now, but fans will want to act fast if they want to take advantage of this rare opportunity to see the Jonas Brother live in concert. Do you have your tickets yet?