This week, there were several big tour announcements that have had music fans of all types excited for the
upcoming tour season. One of the biggest announcements of the week came from famed electronic musician Sonny
Moore. The performer, known by many as Skrillex, has just announced that he will kick off a new winter tour
event. The tour, known as the “Takeovers” tour will take the performer to several cities this winter.
Beginning with a performance in San Francisco and ending with a February 14th performance in Brooklyn. Both of
these stops will feature multi-night runs, so that fans have plenty of opportunities to see the show live
while Skrillex is in town. During these performances, the electronic music superstar will be joined on stage
by A$AP Rocky, Jack Beats, Seven Lions and other electronic music performers. Tickets are on sale now and
available to the public for those who want to see the performer take the stage live in this new tour event.
Another big concert announcement came from one of the most famous bands in rock n’ roll today. This week, the
Eagles made an announcement revealing they will be adding even more dates to their current mega tour event.
Before taking a break from their “Hist of the Eagles” run the rockers have revealed that they will be adding
some new shows to their itinerary which will include both US shows and some European stops. These tour events
will take place after the new year and will include stops in San Jose, California on January 31st; for a
second show in the city. The rockers will also be stopping in Jacksonville, Florida on February 26th. From
there the band will be taking on a 14 city European leg of their tour which will begin on May 22nd in
Amsterdam. From there they will visit several major cities before wrapping up the tour on June 25th in
Manchester England. Tickets for this “Hist of the Eagles” tour event are on sale now and available to the
public for those who want to see all of the action unfold live. Will you be getting tickets to see The Eagles
take the stage?