This week, there were several major announcements about upcoming tour events that are sure to deliver music fans with plenty to be excited about this holiday season. One of the biggest announcements of the week came from the successful rock band OneRepublic. The alternative rockers revealed that they will be hitting the road in a new tour event for 2014. This new outing will be in support of their 2013 album “Native” and will not only feature new tracks from this record but some of the band’s earlier hits as well. According to the announcement from the rockers, The band revealed that they will be heading out on a 16 date tour outing that will officially kick off in Denver, Colorado at the Red Rocks Amphitheater. The outing will then continue over the read of the month taking the band to several major stops before wrapping up in Wantagh, New York on June 29th. During the tour the band will be supported by opening act The Script. Tickets are on sale now and available to the public for those who want to see OneRepublic take the stage live for their summer outing.
In other live music news, the famous Pink Floyd tribute band known as Brit Floyd has just announced that they will be heading out on a new US tour for 2014. This brand new tour event will be called the “Discovery” tour and it will officially kick off in March. According to the rockers, the show will be covering songs from the entire recording career of Pink Floyd, starting in 1967 until 1994. The band will officially kick off their tour on March 30th, 2014, and from there they will stay on the road throughout the month of May. The tour will include stops in the United States and Canada. The band is known around the globe for being one of the most successful cover bands in music today. With this in mind, fans looking to see the band perform live will want to act quickly when getting their tickets, as the show are expected to sell out. The new tour will feature the band’s trademark arch and circle light show as well as new video and animation. Tickets are on sale now and available to Pink Floyd fans. Will you be getting tickets to see this new tour live?