This week recording artist, Keller Williams made a major announcement about his upcoming plans for the rest of his year in terms of touring. The performer revealed that he will be finishing out the year by touring in a selection of new solo shows. The tour will kick off on July 19th in North Plains, Oregon. The tour is schedule to keep the performer on the road throughout the month of November and will continue more than 40 different stops. Tickets are on sale now for those who want to see the performer take the stage live in this new tour event.
In other solo tour news, multi-talented folk rock singer, Todd Snider has just announced that he is hitting the road for his new solo outing called the “Without Shoes” tour. The tour event will keep the performer on the road for almost a month as he visits major markets across the United States this fall. The tour event will be kicking off his tour event on October 10th in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The tour will keep the performer on the road throughout the month, visiting cities such as Omaha, Kansas City, Dallas and Santa Fe. The tour will then wrap up in Tomball, Texas on October 29th. Tickets go on sale this month for those looking to see this award winning singer take the stage live in a new event.
Finally, one of the biggest announcements of the week came from the famed rock band Avenged Sevenfold. The heavy metal band has just announced a new major arena tour that will take the rockers throughout all of North America. The company will be touring this fall to support their new album called “Hail to the King.” The band will first finish up several festival appearances and head to Europe for a small tour before returning state side to prepare for this new touring event. The tour, which will also be called “Hail to the King” will officially kick off in Chicago, Illinois and will keep the band on the road throughout the rest of the month. Tickets go on sale next month. Will you be getting tickets to see the heavy metal rockers take the stage live in this major arena tour?