This week there were several big announcements that hit the entertainment industry. One of the first big announcements of the week came from the metal band Dream Theater. The rockers revealed new plans to tour through Europe in early 2014. The band will then be heading out on the North American leg of their tour called the “Along for the Ride” tour. The European trek will now be taking place over the course of two month and they will be touring over the course of the next two months. The band will then return to North American in Toronto, Canada on March 20th. Then the rockers will continue to tour from coast to coast doing more than three dozen shows, before wrapping up their tour in Los Angeles, California on April 19th, before heading to Mexico for a few final performances. Tickets to see the heavy metal rockers are on sale now and available to the public.
Another major announcement this week came from the folk-pop singer and songwriter Brett Dennen. The singer revealed that he will be heading out on a new late spring European tour event. From there the singer will go into a Northern American theater show behind his album “Smoke and Mirrors” fifth studio album “Smoke and Mirrors.” The singer will start these shows on February 14th. Tickets are on sale now and available to fans of the singer that want to see Dennen take the stage live.
Finally one of the biggest announcements of the holiday season came from Garth Brooks. The country singer revealed that he will be heading out on a new tour after the New Year. The Oklahoma native revealed that after the New Year, he will be heading out for a new tour event. It has been more than ten years since the Oklahoma native has been out on a tour event. According to an interview with Brooks, he would be heading out on a new tour that will mix some of his older songs and his newest hits. To head out on this tour, Garth Brooks will be taking a break from the Wynn Las Vegas residency to tour around the world. More information about the tour is set to be released after the New Year. Will you be seeing Garth Brooks take the stage live in this new tour event?