This week, music fans who love the music of the 1960s were treated to a real concert tour surprise when it was revealed that The Turtles and several other acts from the 60’s would be taking the road in a new tour. This will be the fourth annual “Happy Together” tour and it will take several acts including Flo and Eddie, Gary Puckett and the Union and more on the road. The tour will start on June 8th with a performance in Biloxi, MS and will include 54 different stops during the trek. Tickets are on sale now for the tour.
Another great act from past generations, Brian Wilson, also made some announcements this week about his tour. Along with Beach Boys bandmates Al Jardine and David Marks, Wilson will be on the road for a new summer show event. The three Beach Boys are out celebrating the group’s 50th anniversary on a new tour and due to overwhelming popularity the band is adding several additional shows to their summer concert. Tickets are on sale now for these shows.
Meanwhile the Grammy award winning singer and songwriter Ryan Bingham is preparing for his own tour around the country with his new “Tomorrowland” tour. The concert is slated to begin on May 4th in Corpus Christi, Texas and the tour will include 33 different stops in cities all across the United States. This tour will be in support of Bingham’s fourth studio album, also called “Tomorrowland” tickets for the event are on sale now and available to the public.
Finally, one of the biggest concert news events from the week came from the California rockers Papa Roach. The platinum selling rock band began their highly anticipated nation-wide tour this week. Beginning on April 13th in Orlando, Florida the band will be on the road through the month of May, before heading overseas for a month-long European tour. This tour will be supporting the band’s latest studio album, a record called “The Connection” Tickets for the concert are on sale now and available to the public. However, the rockers are known for selling out some of the biggest venues in the world, so fans will want to act fast when getting their tickets.