concerts

  • Bon Iver announce North American tour

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    American indie folk band Bon Iver announced a new series of North American shows this summer. Tickets to the newly announced dates go on sale today (March 13) and the tour includes locations like Portland, OR, Chicago, IL, Indianapolis, IN, and Santa Barbara, CA.
  • Queen & Adam Lambert add second London date to 2018 European tour

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    Queen and Adam Lambert have made the surprise announcement that they will play more shows in June and July and added a second London date. The date has been added following huge demand for The O2 Arena show. Tickets already available on Ticketmaster.
  • Justin Timberlake announces world tour

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    Justin Timberlake has announced a UK and world tour in support of his latest album 'Man Of The Woods'. The Mirrors hitmaker has revealed the Uk and European leg of the tour and has also added more dates to his previously announced North American leg.
  • The War On Drugs reveal more 2018 tour dates

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    Fresh off their Grammy win for Best Rock Album, The War On Drugs were set to focus only on festival sets throughout the summer but recently they added a batch of headlining performances in the U.S. and some others in Europe, including Barcelona’s Primavera Sound festival.
  • The Flaming Lips announce 2018 tour

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    The Flaming Lips have announced a 2018 U.S. tour in support of their newly wonderful album 'Oczy Mlody', released on January 13, 2017. The tour begins on March 5 in Athen, GA and will quickly finish on March 11 in Bensalem, PA. Tickets for the tour will go on sale Friday (Jan.26) at 10:00 a.m.
  • Modest Mouse announce U.S. tour

    Portrait of Modest Mouse (Isaac Brock, Eric Judy, Jeremiah Green, Johnny Marr, Tom Peloso and Joe Plummer) photographed at K West Hotel in London in November 2006.;  (Photo by Edd Westmacott/Photoshot/Getty Images)
    Modest Mouse have announced a slate of spring shows. The platinum-selling band, known for hit alternative songs including “Float On,” “Dashboard” and “Ocean Breathes Salty,” launch the tour in April at Sloss Furnace in Birmingham, AL and close in July at Forecastle Festival in Louisville, KY.
  • Willie Nelson violently ill, singer cancels shows

    MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA - OCTOBER 23:  Willie Nelson performs during the 30th Anniversary Bridge School Benefit Concert at Shoreline Amphitheatre on October 23, 2016 in Mountain View, California.  (Photo by C Flanigan/FilmMagic)
    Willie Nelson has cancelled a number of tour dates after abruptly ending a show in San Diego at the weekend after just one song. The singer, 84, is dealing with 'a bad cold or the flu,' and is returning to Texas to recuperate. Nelson has yet to announce any cancellation of his February shows.
  • John Mayer rushed to hospital

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    Singer John Mayer is undergoing an emergency procedure to remove his appendix and was hospitalized. The sudden surgery caused Dead and Company, the band Mayer is touring with, to postpone their Tuesday concert in New Orleans. Information on the rescheduled date will be announced soon.
  • Ducktails shows cancelled following allegations of sexual assault

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    Ducktails' upcoming tour has been cancelled following allegations of sexual assault against the band’s founder Matthew Mondanile, accused of sexual misconduct by 7 women. The band had a full slate of U.S. shows scheduled for Nov.
  • Jorge Drexler announces tour in U.S. in 2018

    LAS VEGAS, NV - NOVEMBER 20:  Jorge Drexler, winner of Record of the Year, attends the 15th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on November 20, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)
    Jorge Drexler announced a string of concerts in the United States which will open on Feb. 8 at Miami’s Fillmore Miami Beach. The tour follows the recent release of the Uruguayan singer’s album "Salvavidas de Hielo".