Monthly Archive: September 2019

Taylor Swift, BTS, Billie Eilish to play Jingle Ball Tour 2019

Acts were just announced for the 2019 rendition of the Jingle Ball Tour. Fans can look forward to alternating lineups by city, kicks off December 1st in Tampa, Florida. The schedule also includes dates in Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Philadelphia, and Chicago.  The largest of the Jingle Ball’s take place at Madison Square Garden in NYC on Dec. 13...

Billie Eilish Announces 2020 North American Arena Tour

One of the hottest singer-songwriters out right now just dropped news of a massive 2020 world tour.  Billie Eilish will be heading out of an arena tour to support her latest album, “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go.”   The North American leg of the Where Do We Go? World Tour will kick off March 9 in Miami,...

Snoop Dogg Announces Late 2019 Tour

At this point, he is absolutely a living legend (for real, Google “Snoop Dogg Narrates Nature.” Hilarious) and now he West Coast rap artist has announced a small 2019 tour to support his new album, “I Wanna Thank Me.”  The first of 12 date tour will kick off Dec. 2 in San Francisco, CA and will conclude Dec. 21 in...

Luke Combs Announces New 2020 Tour: What You See Is What You Get

2019 was a real busy year for country music singer Luke Combs.  2020 is already shaping up to be more of the same.  Combs just announced a 10-date tour to support his next album, “What You See Is What You Get.”  The tour will kick off Feb. 7, 2020 in Columbia, MO and will wrap up April 25 in Houston,...

Miranda Lambert Announces 2020 Tour to Support Wildcard Album

My favorite spunky lady of country, Miranda Lambert, just dropped the news of an early 2020 North American tour to support her next album, “Wildcard.”  The first of 27 shows will kick off Jan. 16 in Tupelo, MS and will conclude May 9 in Montreal, QB.  She will also travel to Nashville, Denver, Dallas, San Diego, Sacramento in the U.S....

Jason Aldean Announces Dates for 2020 We Back Tour

One of the biggest names in the current country music scene, Jason Aldean, dropped the news of a lengthy U.S. Tour in 2020 to support soon-to-be released album, “9.”  The tour is dubbed the “We Back Tour” and will kick off Jan. 20 in Columbia, SC and will wrap up March 14 in Saint Paul, MN.  He will also make...

Taylor Swift Announces First Stadium Tours of 2020 in Boston and Los Angeles

Huge concert announcement!  Earlier today, Taylor Swift announced the first tour dates behind her latest album, “Lover.”  She’s playing opposite sides of the coast in a set of stadium shows on each side of the country under the banners “Lover Fest West” and “Lover Fest East.”  She will open Los Angeles’ newest SoFi Stadium on July 25th and 26th in...

Vampire Weekend Announces 18 Shows in 2020

One of the biggest indie rock bands out their right now has zero plans to slow down their career any time soon.  Vampire Weekend has already been heavily touring to support their latest album, “Father of the Bride,” and now they will continue their tour into 2020.  Just announced, the band will play an additional 18 shows across North America,...

Guns N’ Roses Announces 2019 Opening Acts

Kicking off later this month, Guns N’ Roses will head out on their latest leg of their “Not In This Lifetime Tour.”  It was recently announced that Shooter Jennings, Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown, Blackberry Smoke, Dirty Honey and Bishop Gunn will each have a go as opening act on the tour. The latest leg of the tour will officially...

Green Day, Weezer and Fall Out Boy to Team up for 2020 Hella Mega Tour

Updated 9/11/2-18- As someone recently remarked on the announcement “It’s Like MTV’s Campus Invasion from the 90’s all over again!” I can think of no better description.  Crack out your platform flip flops, saggy jeans and eyeliner: Green Day will be teaming up with Fall Out Boy and Weezer for an intense 20-city Tour next year.  The Hella Mega tour...