This week, tour dates for some of the biggest concert events from some of the biggest rockers in the industry were revealed, having many music fans excited for the summer concert tour season. The first big announcement came from country superstar Brad Paisley. The multi-talented performer announced the official dates for the first leg of his “Beat This Summer Tour.” The tour will take Paisley across the country and to 28 different cities throughout the summer. The tour begins on May 9th in St. Louis, Missouri and the concert will be promoting the singers upcoming new album, Wheelhouse. Ticket will go on sale this month for these concert events.
Meanwhile, iconic rock group Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have revealed a new nationwide tour that will bring the band to numerous intimate theaters and festivals throughout the late spring and into the summer. The nationwide tour will pull the band away from recording their latest record to perform some of the biggest hits and newest recordings for fans across the United States. The concert will kick off on May 16th in Evansville, IN and tickets are on sale now.
However, there is no denying that the biggest announcement in the world of music from this week came from one of the biggest performers of all time. This is because legendary rocker Bob Dylan announced that he would be heading out on the road for a rare concert tour performance event this year. The performer announced he would be heading to 13 different venues across the United States in a new tour event that is a must see for fans. The tour will begin on April 5th, in Buffalo, New York. The seasoned folk singer will also have opening act, Dawes on the road for him as he heads out on this live music event. Select tickets for some of the performances from the legendary folk singer will go on sale this weekend on March 2nd. If you are looking to see the veteran singer live you will not want to miss out on this opportunity to see one of the biggest rock legends of all time take the stage live. Tickets go on sale for Bob Dylan’s new tour this weekend; will you be seeing the rocker in person?