This week it was revealed that iconic performer Jimmy Buffet and his band the Coral Reefer Band will be adding new tour stops on their latest touring event. The singer and his band are already on the road for a current North American run, visiting some of the biggest markets in the country on their “Songs From St. Somewhere” tour. Due to overwhelming popularity, the band will be adding additional stops to this tour event to visit even more markets. Tickets for the newly added tour dates will keep Buffet on the road throughout the fall. Tickets for these newly added stops are on sale now to the public.
Another big name performer, Jack Johnson made his own tour announcement this week revealing that he will be heading out on a new global tour to support his upcoming studio album “From Here to Now to You.” This new event will take Johnson to some of the biggest markets across the globe as he will be playing a number of his biggest hits to date as well as some of his new songs from his latest album. Tickets went on sale this week for these stops, which include stays both in North America and abroad.
While many fans are excited about these tour events, even more are reeling about the new tour experience from John Mayer. Mayer will be heading out on the road to tour for the first time in three years. Mayer will be kicking off the event this July in Philadelphia at the city’s July Jam event. From there, Mayer will officially kick off his “Born and Raised” world tour which will start on July 6th in Milwaukee, WI. During the tour, Mayer will be visiting 43 different major markets. The tour will then wrap up in Los Angeles on October 5th. This tour will be supporting Mayer’s upcoming studio album and his new single “Paper Doll.” During the US portion of the tour, the singer will be raising money for the Northern California Institute for Research and Education.
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