With 2013 now in full swing, many of today’s leading performers are making announcements regarding their upcoming tours. One of the big music announcements from the week came from Jim James, front man of the Kentucky based band My Morning Jacket. The performer will be heading on the road to launch his solo career this spring and is planning three shows to help kick off his solo ventures. The first performance will be February 18th in Philadelphia with additional shows in New York City’s Carnegie Hall, among other tour dates. Tickets for the performances are on sale now and available to the public.
Other rock superstars; the New Jersey emo punk band, Senses Fail also made tour announcements this week revealing they would be heading out on the road for a spring tour to promote their new album “Renacer” the tour will begin on April 3rd in Lancaster, PA and will take the band to 32 different venues across the country. Tickets will go on sale later this month.
Other news came from the upcoming tour of English singer/songwriter Kate Nash also had big news this week. The performer revealed that she would be traveling from London to do a major North American tour to promote the release of her album “Girl Talk.” The new tour will begin on March 12th in Boston and keep the singer on the road for two weeks. Tickets are on sale for the tour dates this week.
While many are excited about these upcoming tours; one of the biggest announcements of the week came from one of the most famous jam bands of all times: Dave Matthews Band. The band recently revealed that they will be heading out on the road this spring to promote the fall release of their album “Away from the World.” The band revealed that the first performance would be held on March 16th in Ludlow, VT with additional April performances set for April 6th in Pelham, AL and April 27th in Southaven, MS. The tour dates came as a surprise to fans who are normally accustomed to seeing the group perform exclusively in the summer. Tickets for the March 16th performances will be going on sale this week with tickets to the April performances going on sale February 8th. These tour dates will provide Dave Matthews Band fans with a unique opportunity to see the group live. Will you be getting tickets to these live shows?