While this week has been all about the beginning of music festival ticket sales for many music fans; there have also been a number of other live entertainment announcements this week. A big announcement came this week from the pop sensation; Fun, the popular group behind the hit 2012 smashes “Some Nights” and “Tonight (We Are Young).” The group revealed that they will be heading out on a new headlining tour across North America this summer beginning in May. Tickets go on sale this week.
Another rock band is announcing their own tour ticket sales as well. This announcement came from veteran rock band Fall Out Boy who revealed that they would be working together once again and heading out on a reunion tour. The group revealed that they would be playing some of their biggest hits on this larger than life tour as well as some new recordings. The tour began this week and the group will make stops in New York and Los Angeles this month as well. Tickets for their one off show in London, which are already projected to sell out quickly, go on sale this Friday to the public. The London show will be held February 25th.
However, the biggest announcement of the week undoubtedly came from the comedy world when it was revealed that popular comedian Daniel Tosh will be hitting the road on a major nation-wide tour. This tour called “The June Gloom Tour” is being presented by Comedy Central and Live Nation and will feature the stand up and host of the Comedy Central show Tosh.0 in a live spectacular event. The entertainer, who already has a reputation for selling out some of the biggest venues in the country during his sporadic live appearances will be hitting the road beginning on May 30th in Salt Lake City for this massive tour. Tosh will be joined by opening act and special guest comedian Jarrod Carmichael. During “The June Gloom Tour” Daniel will be visiting 25 different cities across the country. Tickets for the event will go on sale this Friday February 8th to the public. Will you be getting tickets to see Daniel Tosh take the stage live?