Once again, it’s time to look at the newest announcements from the music world. Here, we’ve put together the latest new tour announcements and updates in order to help you plan ahead. If you know what tours are coming up before the crowds, you can get tickets ahead of the crowds. This might be a small advantage, but it’s a good way to give yourself an edge when it comes to finding exactly the tickets that you want and not pay too much while doing so.
So, keep reading to see what’s going on in the world of live music. Also, be sure to check out our ticket listings to find the perfect seats for you and your crew at your next concert.
The Rolling Stones: June 21st – August 31st, 2019
The Rolling Stones, one of the biggest and most popular bands of all time, had just announced a major world tour a few months ago, but thanks to frontman Mick Jagger undergoing heart surgery, concert dates were postponed. Now, we know what those new dates are. The No Filter tour promises to still be one of the biggest events of the summer. If you already have tickets, be sure to hold onto your original. They will still be honored at the gate. If you haven’t snagged a few tickets yet, you’re running out of time. Tickets for this will undoubtedly sell out, and this is one show you won’t want to miss out on.
Lights: July 24th – October 12th, 2019
Based out of Canada, Lights has received international accolades for both her singing and songwriting. Her North American tour promises to be well received, visiting stops all over the U.S. and parts of Canada. This new tour starts out in Chicago and then moves East. After a few stops in major cities like Toronto, Philadelphia, and New York, Lights will be heading West before wrapping things up in San Jose, California. “Banner” and “Siberia” remain some of her fan favorites, but you’re likely to hear songs from all over her catalog on this new set of dates.
UB40: May 23rd – September 28th, 2019
Original members of reggae band UB40 Ali Campbell and Astro are back at it for the new A Real Labour of Love tour. This new set of shows will take the band all over the U.S., and many of the tour dates will be joined by Shaggy. This tour is a bit of a surprise to some UB40 fans because of Ali Campbell, the original lead singer of the group, leaving the band not too long ago. However, they seem to be back together and ready to rock again. This will be a lot of fun. Hits like “Red Red Wine” and “Can’t Help Falling in Love” have become classics over the years. Tickets will go quickly, so be sure to check out what we have available if you’re interested in seeing them perform this summer.
Todrick Hall: June 26th – November 23rd, 2019
Todrick Hall only recently finished up the successful Forbidden Tour, it seems. The Haus Party 1 Tour is already getting ready to kick off in support of the new album of the same name, though. Todrick was almost a winner on American Idol back in 2010 and has gained thousands of fans as a result. This new tour, which will be hitting up cities like San Diego, Seattle, and Nashville. The tour will be a big one, and that means it will see a lot of attention and even sold out venues. If you want to see this show, move fast for great prices on seats. This is one of those shows that is likely to see prices climb as it gets closer and closer to the show date, so the sooner you get your tickets secured, the better.
Tyler Childers: June 5th – December 21st, 2019
Country singer Tyler Childers has just announced a big North American tour. He just released a wildly successful album a couple of years ago, and his popularity has soared in the months since then. This new tour promises to be incredibly popular, and tickets will go fast for many of these shows. He is playing a show in June about a month before the official tour kicks off with big names like Sheryl Crow and Dierks Bentley in Nashville to give some of his fans a bit of a preview of what’s to come. Some of the later tour dates will see legends like John Prine and Courtney Marie Andrews if these artists are people you’re interested in seeing perform. Other names are also scheduled to play with Childers, too. This tour will be just in time for his third album, Country Squire. It’s scheduled to come out this August. Between the new album and the big tour, this will be an exciting event for fans of Country music.