This weekend is a big weekend for music fans as tickets for some of the biggest concerts of the season officially go on sale to the public. First, tickets to see Jimmy Buffett in select locations will be going on sale this weekend. The singer will be heading out on his new “Songs From St. Somewhere” tour throughout the spring and summer. This weekend, tickets go on sale for stops in Virginia Beach, Raleigh, and The Woodlands, TX. This weekend, tickets will also go on sale to see the metal rockers Tool head out on their massive arena tour. This will be the first outing for the ban since 2012 and the rockers are slated to visit some of the biggest arenas in the country during their outing. Tickets to see the band in big venues such as Fresno, Las Vegas and Cedar Park are all on sale now and available to the public.
For pop/rock fans who want to see OneRepublic and Jason Aldean live this summer, tickets to see both of these acts live on stage are also going on sale this weekend. Tickets to see OneRepublic behind their new concert “Native” will go on sale for stops in Atlanta, NY, Toronto and Irvine, California. The band will be visiting several stops throughout Europe and North America during this outing. Fans looking to see Jason Aldean on his “Night Train” tour will find tickets for the singer’s Cleveland, Atlanta, and Morrison, CO tickets go on sale to the public this weekend.
Finally, tickets to see Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will be going on sale to the public this weekend for select major stops during this new tour event. The massive outing, known as the ‘High Hopes” tour will keep the rocker and his band on the road throughout most of the spring and into the summer. This weekend, tickets will go on sale for stops in New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Nashville, Sunrise, FL, Tampa and Atlanta. Tickets are expected to sell out fast for these tour stops. Will you be trying to get tickets to see Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band when they take the stage live for this new concert tour event?Google+