Tagged: Toronto

The 1975 Announce Double Album Release and 2019 Tour

British rock band The 1975 dropped the news that they will be headed Stateside in 2019 in support of their newest albums ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ and ‘Notes on a Conditional Form.’  The first of 21 shows will kick off April 15 in Phoenix, AZ and will wrap up June 3 in Toronto, ON.  They’ll also make stops...

John Legend Announces 2018: A Legendary Christmas Tour

If you have been living under a rock like I have, you might not have known that John Legend recently became the world’s youngest EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony) winner.  He’s also the first black entertainer to do it.  Bravo, man.  Really.  The accomplishment has obviously made his feel festive, so to celebrate he announced his first-ever collection of...

Disturbed Drops First Batch of 2019 Evolution Tour Dates

Hard rock metal group Disturbed have announced the first batch of North American cities they will visit on the North American leg of their “Evolution Tour”, set to kick off in 2019.  Thus far, they have revealed that big markets like Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, NYC, Philly and Washington D.C. in the U.S. and Montreal and Toronto in...

Iggy Azalea Announces 2018 Survive the Summer Tour

Fairly controversial rapper, Iggy Azalea is ready to fan the flames and head out on a lengthy North American tour this fall.  This tour is in support of her newest EP ‘Survive the Summer’ and will kick off for the first of 21 shows on Oct. 27 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL and will wrap up Dec. 4 in Houston, TX. ...

Boy Band Why Don’t We Announce 2019 8 Letters Tour

The latest boy band to emerge from America is the pop quintet Why Don’t We.  The boys are ready to really get their name out their with a lengthy spring 2019 tour across North American in support of their debut album, ‘8 Letters.’  The first of 20 shows will kick off March 20, 2019 in Phoenix, AZ and will wrap...

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...

Carrie Underwood Announces 2019 Cry Pretty Tour

Darling of the country music world, Carrie Underwood, is no stranger to selling out huge stadiums on massive tours.  2019 is shaping up much the same as she announced her ‘Cry Pretty Tour.’  The first of 57 shows kicks off May 1 in Greensboro, SC and wraps up Oct. 31 in Detroit, MI. She will also travel to Las Vegas,...

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...