Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers recently announced a big tour in commemoration of their 40th anniversary, a trek that will carry them throughout most of North America for much of the year. On Tuesday, four additional shows were added to the pre-existing schedule, and they are: July 21 – TD Garden – Boston, MA*2nd Show… Continue reading Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Announce Additional 2017 Tour Dates
Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, the band headed by Willie Nelson’s son, Lukas, released an album titled Something Real in February 2016 that helped further establish their name on the scene — and they’ll celebrate a big year with some tour dates that were announced on Monday. Catch the band at the following shows to… Continue reading Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real Detail 2017 Tour Dates
From June 23 through August 5, Queen and Adam Lambert will tour around the United States, playing many of the timeless hits made famous by Freddie Mercury, Brian May and the iconic band. That was the news announced on Thursday, marking the latest activity they’ve done together since Lambert, who burst onto the scene with… Continue reading Queen + Adam Lambert Announce 25-Date North American Summer Tour
Beginning in early March, Ann Wilson will embark on a solo tour across much of the United States. Dubbed the Ann Wilson of Heart Tour, the trek will span 20 shows and looks to be a special night for fans of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame icon. Wilson’s statement: “The stage is a… Continue reading Ann Wilson of Heart Maps Out 20-Date North American Solo Tour
Pop-punk heroes New Found Glory have been doing their thing for quite some time — 20 years in fact — and with that anniversary coming up the band announced pretty big plans. In the spring, NFG will embark on a U.S. tour that will find them performing their albums (through 2010) in full each night.… Continue reading New Found Glory to Mark 20th Anniversary with Career-Spanning Full-Album Tour
A (mostly) fully reunited Guns N’ Roses spent much of 2016 on the road, packing stadiums around the world as part of their ongoing (and relentlessly entertaining) Not In This Lifetime tour — and it’ll continue in the year ahead. On Monday, Axl Rose and the crew announced 30 additional shows in North America and… Continue reading Guns N' Roses: 'Not In This Lifetime' Tour Adds North American, European Dates in 2017
Riding high after the release of their highly-regarded new album We’re All Gonna Die, Los Angeles-based indie/rock outfit Dawes plan to take the whole thing national in 2017. On Monday, the band announced a big 50-date tour beginning on January 10 in San Diego and wrapping up on May 3 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Billed… Continue reading Dawes Map Out 50-Date 'An Evening with Dawes' Tour Supporting New LP 'We're All Gonna Die'
Sting released his anticipated new rock/pop album, 57th & 9th, on November 11. Keeping the promotional train running in conjunction with the album’s release, he also announced a string of tour dates for fall 2017 that will carry him and his band across North America and parts of Europe. More about the tour and its… Continue reading Sting Announces 2017 Theatre, Club and Arena Tour Supporting New Solo LP '57th and 9th'
Looks like the Red Hot Chili Peppers will spend a lot of 2017 on the road supporting their new album The Getaway. On Monday, the band dropped some pretty big news: they’re expanding their previously-announced North American tour well into June. Previously, it was to come to a close on March 18 with a gig… Continue reading Red Hot Chili Peppers Announce Additional 2017 North American Tour Dates Supporting 'The Getaway'
Allman Brothers legend Gregg Allman looks to have a busy 2017 ahead of him. On Tuesday, he announced a string of tour dates that will carry him through the holidays, with a pair of gigs lined up for the Lucas Theatre for the Arts on December 30 and 31. He’ll then spend much of January on… Continue reading Gregg Allman: January Tour Dates Announced, New Album 'Southern Blood' on the Way