With the summer concert tour season coming ahead, there have been several announcements regarding the plans for upcoming tours. One of the big announcements of the week came from singer and performer Justin Timberlake. The platinum selling pop artist revealed that he will be expanding his current highly successful tour as he widens his “20/20 Experience” outing. After months on the road, the singer has revealed the addition of an Australian leg of the tour along with another round of arena stops throughout the United States. When Timberlake made the announcement he revealed he would be adding six sops throughout Australia, as well as an additional 14 tour stops in North America. The new leg starts on November 20th with a show in Portland, Oregon. From there, Timberlake will continue on and finish the rest of the tour, staying on the road until his final tour stop in Duluth, Georgia. Tickets are on sale now for the newly announced stops along the 20/20 Experience outing for those who are looking to see Timberlake take the stage live.
Another big concert tour announcement came from legendary singer and performer Sir Paul McCartney. The former Beatles members confirmed that he will be adding four new stops this summer in the United States. The singer will travel to the US following a selection of international arena shows. Before these concert events, the legendary performer will tour throughout the rest of April and into most of May in Asia and South America. Once he returns from these concerts, he will be handling his domestic dates, which begin with a concert in New Orleans, LA on June 19th. From there, the singer will make his way to stops such as Louisville and Albany, New York, before wrapping up the jaunt on July 7th in Pittsburgh.
Fortunately for fans of the singer, he has revealed these won’t be the only additions to his new concert outing, as the performer has announced he will be revealing additional concert dates soon. During this tour, McCartney will be promoting his 16th studio album and performing some of his biggest hits from his long and successful career in the industry. Will you be getting tickets to se Paul McCartney perform live?