This week it was revealed that hit R&B singer, Jaheim, will be heading out on the road for a new fall tour. This new tour event will be taking the performer throughout the United States in support of his most recent studio album. The singer’s latest album, titled “Appreciation Day” has been one of his most successful to date and on this new concert extravaganza, fans of the singer will be able to hear some of the biggest songs from this new hit album. This new tour event will start on November 14th in Cincinnati, Ohio. From there the performer will stay on the road through November 8th with a performance in Grand Prairie, Texas where he will wrap up his tour event with a final performance. Other major stops along this trek include concerts in Baltimore, Maryland, Atlanta, GA, and Washington D.C.
During this new tour event, fans will not only be able to hear some of the artist’s biggest hits from his career, including hits from his mega successful 2010 album “Another Round.” Tickets are on sale now to see the performances from this new tour event live.
However, one of the biggest announcements for rock fans came this week when the rock outfit Panic! at the Disco revealed they will be heading out on a new tour event in 2014. This massive tour will take the rockers to 23 different cities in support of their latest record called “Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die.” This new recording was just released on October 8th and is the band’s fourth studio effort. According to the announcement from the rockers the tour will be kicking off on January 14th in Seattle, Washington. From there the rockers will head out to several different cities including stops in San Francisco, California on February 15th, where the rockers will wrap up their US outing. Tickets are on sale now for those who want to purchase tickets to see this exciting performance unfold live. Will you be getting tickets to see Panic! at the Disco perform.
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