The week, as more announcements regarding music festivals continues to hit the industry, a new announcement abot Summer Jam 2014 were revealed. According to the team behind the music festival, th event will be bringing in some major headlining acts. This year’s Hot 97 Summer Jam will be featuring headlining acts from Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, 50 Cent, Nas and others. The concert will be taking place at the Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, on Sunday June 1st. According to the announcement, fans of these acts can expect to hear some special sneak peak performances of some of these bands’ upcoming new songs and albums, all performed live. Tickets are on sale now and available to the public for those looking to see all of the action unfold in person.
Fans of the hit ABC drama, “Nashville,” will be pleased to find out that the cast of the prime-time country soap opera will be going on tour for a short outing this spring. All of the stars of the mega hit will be performing on stage in an exciting new event that will even feature some of the show’s breakout stars, with music careers of their own, such as Charles Esten, Jonathan Jackson and Sam Pallido. The tour starts on April 25h at Joe’s Bar in Chicago and will also feature stops at Lincoln Thater in Washington and the Best Buy Theater in New York. Tickets went on sale this past Friday and seats are still available for those who are looking to see the show live.
This weeke, legendary superstar, Bruce Springsteen officially kicked off the first date of his highly anticipated 2014 North American tour with a free show in Dallas, Texas. This show was televised via webcast, and was part of the NCAA March Madness Music Festival. Following the big concert, Springsteen will be heading out around the country to some of the biggest venues in North America. This includes stops in Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Atlanta, New Orleans and more. For Texas fans that did not get to see Springsteen in Dallas, the singer will be returning to the Lonestar State on May 6th for a show in Houston. Tickets to the remaining stops along the tour are on sale now and available to the public. Will you be getting tickets to see Bruce Springsteen take the stage live?