2015 is here, many big name artists have announced their plans for touring in the New Year. This week, several artists revealed their ambitious tour plans for 2015. One of the first big announcements of the week came from iconic rockers AC/DC, when the band revealed that they would be heading out on a brand new tour event. The rockers will be supporting their latest album Rock or Bust, with a brand new world tour. The tour officially kicks off on May 5th in Gerledome, Holland, The tour will take the band around the world to some of the biggest venues across the globe, and even more dates are being added in the future. Right now the tour is scheduled to keep the band on the road through the end of July. Tickets go on sale now for the event.
Meanwhile Georgia rockers, Widespread Panic made their own tour announcement, revealing plans for the first leg of their 2015 spring tour. The rockers will not only be headlining the massive Wanee Tour of 2015, but they will be heading out on their own venture as well. The tour will kick off in Boise, Idaho on March 3rd. Major stops along the trek include shows in Oakland, Seattle and LA. More dates are expected to be revealed before the end of the year and tickets to the bands current shows are available now.
Another iconic rock band made their own tour announcement this week, with a major reveal from U2. Tickets are now on sale for their highly anticipated 2015 Innocence and Experience Tour. The band also just announced the final leg of their tour to the public. The new leg of tour ticks off in London on Sunday October 25th. The official tour will kick off on May 14th of next year at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver. From there, the band will travel around Canada and the United States visiting major markets such as Phoenix, Chicago, Toronto, Boston and New York. The group currently has six consecutive shows planned for their New York appearance, all at Madison Square Garden. This tour will be one of the bands biggest outings to date and fans can expect to hear both some of their classic hits and some new selections as well. Tickets are expected to sell out fast so fans will want to act fast when getting seats to this massive new rock tour event. Will you be getting tickets to see U2 live?