After much controversy surrounding her current Bangerz Tour, Miley Cyrus has revealed her plans regarding her missed concerts. The singer recently called an early end to the domestic leg of her tour after suffering from an allergic reaction that left her hospitalized for days. The 21 year old singer announced that she has postponed the remainder of her concert dates in the United States, but has already started to reschedule shows. Currently, several shows have been rescheduled for August. There are a handful of dates on the tour that have been cancelled altogether, including shows in Kansas City, St. Louis and Charlotte. The European leg of the tour will remain the same. So far, new shows have been rescheduled for August 4th in Pittsburgh and August 14th in Chicago. More rescheduled shows are expected to be announced in the coming months. Tickets for these newly rescheduled concerts are on sale now and available to the public and those who had their show cancelled.
In other major concert news, award winning singer Michael Buble has announced that he will be expanding his current worldwide concert event, called the “To Be Loved,” tour. Now with the new additions to the line-up there will be a dozen new stops across the United States as part of this outing. The singer will be following up his current Australian tour with this new North American leg. This leg of the tour will start in Vancouver with two nights of performances from June 19-20th. Then Buble will stay on the road throughout most of the summer, before wrapping up the tour on August 3rd in Austin, Texas. In addition to single shows across the 13 tour stretch, Buble will also be making two night stops in Montreal and New York City.
Following this North American jaunt, Buble will be spending the rest of 2014 touring around Europe. During the tour, fans can expect to hear some of the singer’s latest hits from his 2013 album “To Be Loved.” This album topped the US, UK, Australian and Canadian charts upon its debut