What are your plans to end this summer with a bang? Are you going to see Bruno Mars or wait for his Super Bowl half time show? Check out Coast To Coast Tickets for all your ticketing needs. Great Tickets From Nice People!
Earlier this week, the Indie rock group Vampire Weekend made a major announcement about their current touring plans. The band revealed that they will be performing at several European music festivals in the coming months and also taking a massive road trip across North America to deliver their fans with exciting new music from their latest studio effort. The band will be beginning this tour on September 19th in Philadelphia. From there the group will be visiting 17 different major outlets. This includes stops in the Baltimore suburb of Columbia, MD and in Austin, Texas. From there the rockers will be heading out on the European leg of their tour that will keep them on the road through the year’s end. This new tour event will be promoting their album “Modern Vampires of the City” which was released in May and debuted at the top spot of the Billboard 200. Tickets to see the rockers perform live are on sale now.
This week the alternative rock group Mazzy Star, made a major tour announcement that has their fans reeling over the opportunity to see the group perform live. The outfit will be visiting theaters in some of the biggest major markets in North America on a new tour event that will be supporting their upcoming fall album “Seasons of Your Day.” The band’s new tour will officially kick off on November 3rd, with a performance in Portland, Oregon. From there the band will stay on the road and visit 14 different cities across the coast before they wrap up their tour on November 23rd in Silver Spring, Maryland. This is the first time that the band will be touring in support of a new album in more than a decade as their last new record was released in 1996 with “Among My Swan.” Tickets for this exciting opportunity to see Mazzy Star perform live are on sale now.
This week Grammy award winning singer and songwriter, John Mayer, made a major announcement about his current Paradise Valley tour. The singer has revealed that he has just added 20 more dates to the North American leg of his current tour thanks to the tremendous success of this latest album. The new leg of the tour will kick off in Moline, Illinois on November 19th; from there the performer will stay on the road through December 17th where he will wrap up this leg off the tour with a performance in Brooklyn, New York. Tickets are on sale now and available to the public for the latest leg of Mayer’s tour.
However, one of the biggest tour announcements of the week undoubtedly came from the ‘King of Country’ recording artist George Strait. The platinum selling artist did announce his retirement earlier this year, but in a recent announcement from earlier this week, he also revealed that he will be heading out on one last tour before he retires. While this will not mark the complete end of George Strait’s career it will be the end of his touring days, according to the performer. Strait, who has already been on tour with Martina McBride this year, revealed that after retiring following his final tour, he will continue to produce albums every year.
This week the music world was all a buzz because some of the biggest artists in the industry have made major announcements about their upcoming tour schedules. Rapper Kanye West revealed that he will be heading out on the road for a new tour event that is scheduled to kick off this fall to promote his latest album, Yeezus. The rapper has not been on a solo venture in years and his last tour event was alongside fellow R&B superstar Jay-Z. Now the rap mogul has revealed that he too will be heading out on a new solo tour event.
Jay-Z revealed to the public late last week that he will be heading out on a brand new tour event to promote his latest album Magna Carta Holy Grail. This album launched on July 4th and quickly shot to the top of the charts and became of the best-selling albums of the summer. During this time, Jay-Z also went on tour with Justin Timberlake, who is featured on the album for a summer long “Legends of Summer” tour event. This concert was one of the best-selling concerts of the year and prompted the rapper to head out on his own new solo tour venture to continue to promote his latest album.
This week, may live entertainment fans have been reeling because both college and professional football has returned over the week. While seeing some of these top football teams take the field live are undoubtedly the focus of many, there is another hot ticket that even more are talking about, as this week rap superstar Kanye West made a major announcement about his upcoming tour plans.
The private performer who has taken a long hiatus from touring has just announced that he will be heading out on a new 23 stop tour that will take him all across North America. This new tour event will be promoting the rapper’s latest album “Yeezus.” This is the same album that debuted this year and quickly shot to the top of the Billboard Top 200 charts.
The performer also revealed that he will be joined on stage with opening act, Kendrick Lamar. During all but five of the stops of this new tour event, Kendrick Lamar will serve as the opening act for the performer on “The Yeezus Tour.” The tour, which is being presented by AEG live has been long anticipated by both fans of the performer and those in the music industry. The tour is slated to officially open on October 19th in Seattle, Washington. From there Kanye West will head out on several additional stops before he closes out the tour on December 7th in Houston, Texas.
This week the multi-award winning Latin pop artist Marc Anthony revealed that he will be extending his current tour event. The artist is currently gathering some support for his new album “3.0.” Currently the performer is on tour through the end of the month on his current trek and has just announced that he will be adding additional dates to his show that will keep him on the road for the rest of the year. After performing two shows on September 28th and 29th in Los Angeles, he will be heading to South America and Australia to continue his promotional tour. 3.0 is the performer’s 11th studio album and on this tour event, fans can not only expect to hear the new recordings from this record but some of the biggest singles that the artist has released over the past few years in the industry. Tickets to see Mar Anthony perform live on his current world tour event are on sale now and available to the public.
This week the music industry turned their eyes to country superstar Brad Paisley when the award winning performer revealed that he will be expanding his current tour event to head into Canada for additional tour stops. The performer is adding these performances to his current tour called the “Beat This Summer” tour. The multi-platinum selling country artist will begin these expanded tour events with two shows in Newfoundland this September. Here the performer will be kicking off the new leg of this Canadian run which will pick back up in Canada in Hamilton, Ontario on October 26th in Edmonton Alberta for a run that will keep the performer in Canada and performing until mid-November.
This new leg of the tour event will feature support from two opening acts, Lee Brice and Chris Young. This tour, much like the American leg will be promoting the performers latest recording effort, his new album Wheelhouse. In addition to these stops in Canada, Paisley will also be including new stops in Omaha and Saint Paul as part of this new of the tour. Tickets for the new leg of the tour are on sale now and available to the public.
In live concert news, country superstar Dierks Bentley made a major announcement this week about his annual music festival. The country star revealed that he will be hosting his eight annual Miles and Music for Kids event this year on November 3rd. Once again the event will be taking place in Nashville, Tennessee. All of the proceeds from the event will be going towards the Monroe Careel Jr. Children’s Hospital. During this live concert event, Dierks Bentley will be taking a break from his current tour with Miranda Lambert to perform for the charitable event along with acts such as Jake Owen and Easton Corbin. Tickets for the November event go on sale now to the public.
While many are excited about this one time charity event concert, many in the music world have been gearing up for a major upcoming tour event from the Jonas Brothers. The trio has announced that they will be heading out on a new fall tour event that will bring the brothers back together on stage after a brief hiatus. The band has just revealed the dates for their first round of tour dates this fall. The band also revealed that for this tour, instead of coming up with their list of destinations that they are asking their fans to help them determine where they will tour. Now after weeks of voting the band has determined their stops for the months of October and November and plan to reveal even more stops as the voting continues.
This weekend football fans were treated to the final games of the pre-season, as the league’s teams prepare for the official launch of the regular season this week. Tickets are now available for the regular season NFL games which will begin this Thursday, September 5th. The first game of the regular season will be taking place between the Baltimore Ravens and the Denver Broncos. This first game of the season will be taking place in Denver and will match up Peyton Manning and his team with last year’s Super Bowl champions. Both teams have made some major changes to their lineups and are expected to make it into the post-season this year, meaning this is one matchup that football fans will not want to miss. Tickets are still available for those who want to see these two top teams face off.
After Thursday night’s matchup, on Sunday afternoon the rest of the season will be officially launching and the rest of the teams will be playing and showcasing their talent. Some of the biggest match ups this Sunday include the New England Patriots against the Buffalo Bills in Buffalo, and the Seattle Seahawks against the Panthers. Fans can also see the Miami Dolphins face off against the Browns in Cleveland. Another big Sunday afternoon matchup will put the Bengals against the Chicago Bears in Chicago.