This week, the rock outfit The Chariot announced that they will be heading out on their final tour as a group as the band announced their upcoming farewell tour. The ban made the decision to split up after more than ten years together, but first they will be heading out on a new touring event. The tour will be kicking off this fall on October 10th in Columbia, South Carolina. From there the band will head out for additional stops on their All’s Well That Ends Well Tour, before wrapping up the event in their home state of Georgia with a final performance in Atlanta on November 16th. Tickets are on sale now and available to the public, will you be getting in on the action for the band’s final performances?
In other live entertainment news, the Broadway world is being treated to a new treat this September with the upcoming release of the live production of “Big Fish.” This Broadway adaptation of the famed movie and film of the same name will be hitting theaters on September 6th. The book that this production is based off of was written by Daniel Wallace and the production will feature performances from Kate Baldwin and Sandra Bloom. The production will be playing at the Neil Simon Theatre. Tickets go on sale to the public now for those who want to see all of the action live.
Finally one of the biggest announcements of the week came from the chart topping Grammy Award winning band The Lumineers. The group has been spending a great deal of the summer touring at different festivals and have now announced that they will be heading out on a new major tour that will keep them on the road throughout the fall and winter of this year. On this new massive tour event, the folk rock outfit will be making stops in the United States, Europe and Australia. The Denver natives will start their tour in North American in Morrison, Colorado on September 14th and 15th. From there they will make 19 additional stops in the United States before heading out for a European tour and then wrapping up the event in Australia and New ZealandGoogle+