Posts Tagged ‘Tour’

1235479-taylor-swift-woman-of-the-year-617-409It seems like forever ago since Taylor Swift’s Red Tour, doesn’t it?  Believe it or not, it was just last year.  The country / pop superstar has got to be planning something.  Every time she goes on tour, she sells out each venue within minutes.

Her “Swifties” pay big bucks to see her, no matter where she goes.  She sells out football stadiums on back to back nights…. not many other musicians, singers or bands can say they’ve done that!

To all those that have been patiently awaiting another tour, you’re not alone.  A Taylor Swift tour is just what we need this summer.  It’s been a few years since Taylor has done an arena tour (strictly arenas).  She has been touring at stadiums and a mixture of stadiums and arenas.  No problem selling out each show of course.  The tour page on Front Row King (Taylor Swift Tour Dates) looks so empty and sad!

Please Taylor, don’t make us beg!

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Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Promo CodeMacklemore & Ryan Lewis have recently announced a U.S. tour with special guests Talib Kweli and Big K.R.I.T.

The announcement was made via a YouTube video that was filmed in Europe. The 30 date tour takes the hit making duo from Portland on October 22nd to Seattle on December 12th. Check out the dates below and be sure to purchase Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Tickets for the tour, all tickets are onsale now.

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis U.S. Tour Dates
10/22, Portland, OR (Rose Garden)
10/23, Spokane, WA (Spokane Arena)
10/24, Missoula, MT (Adams Center)
10/25, Boise, ID (Taco Bell Arena)
10/26, Salt Lake City, UT (Maverick Center)
10/29, Omaha, NE (CenturyLink Center)
10/30, Des Moines, IA (Wells Fargo Arena)
10/31, Decorah, IA (Luther College)
11/1, New Orleans, LA (Voodoo Music + Arts Experience)
11/2, Auburn Hills, MI (Palace of Auburn Hills)
11/4, Chicago, IL (UIC Pavilion)
11/6, Columbus, OH (Schottenstein Center)
11/7, University Park, PA (Bryce Jordan Center)
11/8, Boston, MA (TD Garden)
11/9, Buffalo, NY (First Niagara Center)
11/11, Syracuse, NY (Carrier Dome)
11/13, New York, NY (Theater at Madison Square Garden)
11/14, New York, NY (Theater at Madison Square Garden)
11/18, Washington, DC (Verizon Center)
11/19, Raleigh, NC (PNC Arena)
11/22, Atlanta, GA (The Arena at Gwinnett Center)
11/23, Tampa, FL (USF Sun Dome)
11/24, Miami, FL (American Airlines Arena)
11/27, Houston, TX (Reliant Arena)
11/29, Cedar Park, TX (Cedar Park Center)
11/30, Grand Prairie, TX (Verizon Theatre)
12/4, Los Angeles, CA (Staples Center)
12/5, San Diego, CA (Valley View Casino Center)
12/7, San Francisco, CA (Bill Graham Civic Auditorium)
12/12, Seattle, WA (Key Arena)

Beyonce World TourBeyonce has just announced the second leg of the North American Mrs. Carter Show World Tour kicking off on November 20th in Vancouver!

New tour dates will take Beyonce back to some of the popular cities and venues that sold out quickly on the first leg of the tour. Fans can check out the Beyonce Tickets page for presale tickets to purchase seats early for these new dates!

Kick off your winter and holiday season with tickets to the Mrs. Carter Show!

Nov. 20: Vancouver, British Columbia, Rogers Arena
Dec. 2: San Jose, California, HP Pavillion at San Jose
Dec. 3: Los Angeles, California, Staples Center
Dec. 6: Las Vegas, Nevada, MGM Grand Garden Arena
Dec. 7: Phoenix, Arizona, US Airways Center
Dec. 9: Dallas, Texas, American Airways Center
|Dec. 10: Houston, Texas, Toyota Center
Dec. 12: Louisville, Kentucky, KFC Yum! Center
Dec. 13: Chicago, Illinois, United Center
Dec. 14: St. Louis, Missouri, Scottrade Center
Dec. 16: Toronto, Ontario, Air Canada Centre
Dec. 18: Washington, DC, Verizon Center
Dec. 19: Brooklyn, New York, Barclays Center
|Dec. 20: Boston, Massachusetts, TD Garden

This summer is jam-packed with tons of major events, tours and exciting sports action.  In the MLB, there have been 3 perfect games thus far (only 2 are official), the NBA Playoffs are tied at 2-2 between the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers and the Chicago Blackhawks have won their first Stanley Cup since the 1960’s.

Here are some more popular Events:

Sports
The New York Yankees are in 2nd place in the AL East and are playing great baseball.
The Boston Red Sox are in third place in the AL East trying to catch up with the Yankees and Rays.
LA Lakers fans will get to see the NBA Championship in Los Angeles as the series will require 6 or 7 games.
The Boston Celtics will look to upset the Lakers on in LA to win their 18th NBA Championship.

Concerts
Lady Gaga has extended her tour to include additional US cities.
Fans of rock legends, KISS, will get to see the band in a worldwide tour!
If you have young kids, they are probably bugging you for Justin Bieber or Jonas Brothers tickets.
Roger Waters has unleashed additional concerts on his tour.
Dave Matthews Band announced that next summer (2011), they will not tour so fans of DMB are crazy for tickets this year!
Aerosmith live at Fenway Park concert with J Geils Band.
Rock band, Tool, is also on tour this summer.
Country music fans get to see Rascal Flatts live on tour this summer.
More Concerts

David Archuleta stopped by New York radio station z100’s Elvis Duran show to unveil the first single off his forthcoming debut album. Archuleta took a break from the rigorous American Idol tour schedule on Friday morning to talk about his new single, appropriately named “Crush,” saying he had trouble sleeping last night due to the excitement of the song’s pending release.

We listened to the song and it was, in our opinion, a great freshman outing — the tune is catchy, sweet, and young ladies will swoon at the lyrics: “Do you ever think, when you’re all alone, all that this can be, where this thing can go; Am I crazy or fallin’ in love, is it really just another crush.”

Check our Archie’s new single here , and tell us if you have a crush on Archie’s new song. Perhaps an American Idol Finals reunion tour with David Cook?

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, whose critically-acclaimed album Raising Sand continues to perform well on the charts, have confirmed an additional 17 North American dates.
The duo will kick off the first set of dates April 20 at the Palace Theatre in Louisville, K.Y., with other stops including Knoxville Coliseum in Tennessee (April 22) and Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium in Chattanooga, Tenn., and BJCC Arena in Birmingham, Ala. (April 26).

The first run of shows will be followed by a U.K. and European tour.
Destinations outside the States include The NIA in Birmingham, U.K. (May 5), Philipshalle in Dusseldorf, Germany (May 10), Grand Rex in Paris (May 13), Hovet in Stockholm, Sweden (May 16), and Wembley Arena in London (May 22).

The second set of U.S. and Canadian dates begins June 2 at Roanoke Civic Center in Virginia.
Other stops on the itinerary include Bake of America Pavilion in Boston (June 5), the Theatre at Madison Square Garden (June 10), the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn. (June 15), Red Rock Amphitheatre near Denver (June 21), the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, Calif. (June 27), and the Dodge Theatre in Phoenix (July 1).

The Foo Fighters have rolled out the first set of dates for their upcoming summer tour as the band continues to back its multiple Grammy-winning set from last year.

Currently in the midst of a long winter/spring run that continues Wednesday night (3/5) in Los Angeles, the group has revealed a partial summer schedule that kicks off July 9 in Seattle and currently includes visits to five cities. The full itinerary is shown below.

The Foo Fighters scored five Grammy nods in December for their sixth studio effort, “Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace,” which surfaced in September, claiming wins at last month’s 50th annual awards ceremony for Best Rock Album and Best Hard Rock Performance for the album’s first single, “The Pretender.”

The song spent a record 18 weeks at the top of Billboard’s Alternative/Modern Rock chart, with the second single, “Long Road to Ruin,” also reaching the top of the modern rock pile.

“Echoes” follows the Foo Fighters’ 2005 platinum-selling double-album, “In Your Honor,” which spawned the No. 1 mainstream- and modern-rock hit “Best of You” and led to the band’s biggest-selling tour to date, according to a press release. The new set reunites the band with Gil Norton (Pixies, Counting Crows), who also handled production work on the group’s highly regarded 1997 debut as a full band (rather than a Dave Grohl solo project), “The Colour and the Shape.”