Earlier this week, the Indie rock group Vampire Weekend made a major announcement about their current touring plans. The band revealed that they will be performing at several European music festivals in the coming months and also taking a massive road trip across North America to deliver their fans with exciting new music from their latest studio effort. The band will be beginning this tour on September 19th in Philadelphia. From there the group will be visiting 17 different major outlets. This includes stops in the Baltimore suburb of Columbia, MD and in Austin, Texas. From there the rockers will be heading out on the European leg of their tour that will keep them on the road through the year’s end. This new tour event will be promoting their album “Modern Vampires of the City” which was released in May and debuted at the top spot of the Billboard 200. Tickets to see the rockers perform live are on sale now.
However, one of the biggest announcements to hit the music world this week came from the legendary musician Elton John. After taking a rest to recover from appendicitis, the multi-Grammy award winner has revealed that he will be adding new tour stops on his current jaunt to visit even more venues in the United States. According to a new report from the artist, he will be spending most of the next two months performing at Caesars Palace, where he is currently performing for his residency stay, but that he will be heading out on the road to play some other venues as well. On November 16th, Elton John will be visiting Atlanta, Georgia and stay on the road for several days until he wraps up with a performance on November 23rd in Lincoln, NE.
The performer has also added two weeks worth of performance dates for December in Europe. This is a rare opportunity for fans of the performer to see him perform live outside of his Las Vegas residency performances. Tickets for these newly added tour dates, which also include stops in Saint Paul and Columbus, Ohio, are now on sale and available to the public. Will you be taking advantage of this opportunity to see Sir Elton John perform live?