Tagged: 2018

Scotty McCreery Announces 2018-19 Seasons Change Tour

I feel like it’s been a minute since we last heard from former American Idol winner, Scotty McCreery, but he’s back and ready to tour!  The country singer just announced a new fall tour in support of his newest album, ‘Seasons Change.’  The first of 13 shows will kick off Nov. 29 in Dallas, TX and will wrap up Jan....

Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park Announces 2018 Post Traumatic Tour

It’s been a rough year for Mike Shinoda.  He lost his longtime bandmate Chester Bennington to suicide about a year ago, but he’s ready to plow ahead and keep living. Shinoda just announced that he will be headlining the next Monster Energy Outbreak tour in late 2018 to support his debut solo album, ‘Post Traumatic.’  The first of 22 shows...

Thom York Announces 2018 Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes Tour

In my humble opinion, Thom Yorke is one the greatest frontmen of all time.  Taking a little hiatus from Radiohead, Yorke is heading out on a 19-date solo North American tour this fall.   He will kick off his ‘Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes Tour’ on Nov. 23 in Philadelphia, PA and will wrap up Dec. 22 in Las Vegas, NV.  He will...

Lindsey Buckingham Announces 2018 Solo Tour

One of the most renowned guitarists and lead vocalist of all time, Lindsey Buckingham just announced a solo North American tour in late 2018.  After a fairly tumultuous breakup with his former band, Fleetwood Mac, he’s ready to strike out on his own.  The first of 34 shows will kick off Oct. 7 in Portland, OR and will wrap up...

Marc Anthony Announces 2018 Legacy Tour

Multi-award winning, Latin singer March Anthony just dropped the news that he will be going on a brief tour in North America later this fall.  The tour is dubbed the ‘Legacy Tour’ and will kick off for the first of nine shows on Oct. 25 in Boston, MA and wrap up Dec. 2 in Inglewood, CA.  In between, he’ll also...

Bruno Mars and Cardi B Wrap Up 24K Magic Tour in Style

Apparently I’ve been living under a rock. Obviously Bruno Mars has been HARD at work promoting his 24K Magic album, but he added a whole other leg on to the tour happening this fall.  Mars dropped the news after cleaning up at the Grammys in FEBRUARY, that he will be hitting the road in North America for the last leg...

Miguel Adds Second Tour in 2018: Ascension Tour with DVSN

American singer, songwriter, actor and record producer Miguel just dropped the news that he will be hitting the road again late 2018 in support of his latest album, ‘War & Leisure.’   The tour is dubbed ‘The Ascension Tour’ and will kick off Aug. 23 in Boston, MA and will wrap up Sept. 28 in Seattle, WA.  He will stop in major...

Young the Giant Announces 2018 Fall Tour with Lights

Happening this fall, American indie rock group, Young the Giant will be heading out on the road with Lights. The first of 15 shows will kick off Oct. 25 in Grand Rapids, MI and will wrap up Nov. 16 in Washington D.C.  They will also travel to Atlanta, Nashville, Brooklyn and Providence.  They also stop in Toronto and Montreal in...

Gorillaz Announce 7 Date The Now Now Tour

After a very lengthy hiatus from touring, the Gorillaz are reinvigorated and ready to tour again after last summer.  They will be out on the road in support of their newest album, ‘The Now Now.’  This is only a short tour and will kick off Oct. 8 in Toronto, ON and then move on to Montreal, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Boston, Chicago...

Sting and Shaggy Announce 44/876 Fall tour

Taking place this fall, a fairly unlikely duo of Sting and Shaggy (‘Wasn’t Me’ fame) will be bringing their act to North America for  co-headlining tour.  This tour will be in support of their collaborative album, ’44/876.’ The first of 19 shows kicks off Sept. 15 in Miami Beach, FL and will wrap up Oct.15 in Los Angeles, CA.  They...