• Liam Payne to perform virtual reality concert

    Liam Payne will perform a concert for London-based music startup MelodyVR’s first virtual reality live broadcast. Fans around the world can watch using an Oculus Go or Samsung GearVR headset with the MelodyVR app. The event will take place on December 19 at 3 p.m.
  • Fan stabbed at Pusha T concert

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    One person has life-threatening injuries after a stabbing at a Pusha T concert in Toronto. If the man remains in critical condition, three others were treated at a hospital for minor injuries. After order was restored at the concert, Pusha T reappeared on stage suggesting that Drake paid the beer throwers to disrupt the concert.
  • Florence & the Machine singer falls into a trance before shows

    In a recent interview to Rolling Stone magazine, Florence Welch opened up about her pre-gig ritual, revealing she listens to a particular music playlist and falls into a trance, since she needs to be open to the spirit of performance by the time she hits the stage.
  • Pink very ill, the singer is forced to cancel another tour date

    Pink has postponed a third concert in Sydney, following her hospitalisation with a gastric virus. The singer postponed her first show last week for an upper respiratory infection but then she was admitted to hospital suffering from dehydration. The 3 cancelled shows are set to be rescheduled.
  • Ed Sheeran stops two fans fighting during gig

    A terrible fight broke out during Ed Sheeran's final UK gig of the summer in Glasgow on Sunday (June 3rd). Two fans caught the singer's attention because they were fighting and Sheeran was able to stop them by telling to 'shake hands and make friends.'
  • Pink is ill and postpones Montreal concert

    Pink is very ill and unable to perform so was forced to postpone her concert in Montreal, Canada, tonight (Mar. 23). The next stop on Pink’s tour is the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan, on March 25. It remains to be seen whether or not she's well enough for that performance.
  • G-Eazy, Lizzo & more to perform at ‘Stay Amped’ gun safety benefit concert

    Superstar musicians such as G-Eazy, Lizzo, Fall Out Boy and more are coming together to perform at “Stay Amped,” a special concert to benefit and support gun safety. The show will be held in Washington D.C. on Friday (Mar. 23), the day before the highly-publicized “March For Our Lives.”
  • Justin Bieber’s new girlfriend is model Baskin Champion

    On Tue. night, Justin Bieber was spotted attending a Craig David concert in Los Angeles with a buxom blonde, identified as Baskin Champion. The singer's new squeeze is a swimsuit model from Alabama who briefly studied fashion design at Auburn University.
  • Tame Impala announce live return

    Tame Impala have announced their first live date of 2018, confirming that they will play Spain’s Mad Cool Festival in summer 2018. Other acts to be not missed are Pearl Jam, Franz Ferdinand, Depeche Mode, Kasabian, Massive Attack, Snow Patrol and Alice In Chains.
  • Lady Gaga stops gig to help bleeding fan in the crowd

    Lady Gaga stopped a show on her Joanne World Tour Sat at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut, after she noticed a bleeding fan in the crowd, engaging in a dialogue with the injured girl. Gaga ensured Meredith was receiving medical attention before she continued with the show.