This week, pop starlet Miley Cyrus made a major announcement regarding her upcoming tour plans. The much talked about singer visited the stage of Saturday Night Live over the weekend to make an announcement regarding her new 2014 tour. The singer made the official announcement, revealing that the tour would be called the “Bangerz” tour, the same name as her latest album. While on tour, fans of the performer can expect to hear some of the biggest songs from this wildly popular new album. During the announcement, the singer did not provide any details on dates for the tour. Official dates and stops for the jaunt are expected to be released sometime within the next month. The massive tour event is expected to take the singer to various stops across North America.
While many are excited about the long awaited Miley Cyrus concert, another big tour announcement was also revealed this week that has rock fans ready for the new tour season. The rock band Jimmy Eat World revealed that they will be doing eight performances in the United States following their upcoming European tour. The band is slated to be on tour until November 19th. Then they will travel to the United States for a string of shows that will begin on December 6th in Orlando, Florida. These shows will keep the band on the road until December 31st. On this new tour, the rockers will be promoting their eighth studio album “Damage” that was released earlier this year. Tickets for these new shows are on sale now and available to the public.
Finally, one of the biggest announcements of the week came with the official reveal about the upcoming Broadway production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch. This upcoming Broadway play will star Neil Patrick Harris, star of the hit show How I Met Your Mother. The production, which has been slated as a rock opera, will have the performer staring as a transgender East German as he escapes from post WWII Germany to make it as a rock star in America. Previews for this much talked about show will begin March 29th on next year and will take place at the Belasco Theater. Tickets are on sale now. Will you be seeing this production when it premiers?