Big Names on Tour Soon
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Fall concert season is officially here, and with it a bunch of new concert updates. There were not as many new tours that were announced in the past week as we’ve typically seen, but the world of music was certainly not quiet. A lot of big ongoing tours had updates and extensions announced, which is... Read more
Fall concert season is officially here, and with it a bunch of new concert updates. There were not as many new tours that were announced in the past week as we’ve typically seen, but the world of music was certainly not quiet. A lot of big ongoing tours had updates and extensions announced, which is usually good news for music fans. Here, we’ve put together the latest news updates from the past several days for you. This is just a selection of the biggest announcements that have been made. The hope is that this information can help you to get connected with the music and musicians that you love. Just don’t forget that these are not the only tours going on right now. There are a lot of other ongoing tours and new announcements. Check our ticket listings to see what we have available and head back to this update section next week to see what new tours have been launched. Chance the Rapper: November 8th, 2019 – November 5th, 2020 Chance the Rapper recently announced that some of his previously existing tour dates would be rescheduled. The Big Tour was announced months ago, but thanks to a momentous life event, a few dates, including shows in Chicago, St. Louis, and Omaha, had to be rescheduled. Those dates are now available. Chance the Rapper is rescheduling these events because of the birth of his daughter. So, while the delay in these shows is disappointing for fans, it’s a joyous occasion as he takes some time to be with his family and celebrate. If you haven’t had a chance to get tickets for The Big Tour, this could be a good chance to make sure that you don’t miss out on the action. Chance the Rapper has skyrocketed lately when it comes to popularity, and these tickets will disappear quickly. If you want to be at the show, this is your chance. Billie Eilish: October 4th, 2019 – April 11th, 2020 Billie Eilish’s new world tour is in support of her latest album, titled When We Fall Asleep, Where do We Go? If you’re located in North America, Eilish will be coming back in early March. However, there are a handful of dates that she’ll be playing in the weeks leading up to the end of the year, including a couple of performances at the Austin City Limits Festival. Eilish is a relatively new voice in the world of music, but her latest album has already gone platinum—twice. These new dates will take her all over the U.S., starting out with several East Coast shows and then working her way westward across the country. You’ll be close to one of her shows regardless of where you’re located. So, if you’ve wanted to see her play for a while and haven’t gotten tickets before, this is your opportunity. These shows will be popular and tickets won’t always be easy to find. Grab yours today so you don’t miss her next show. Pixies: December 2nd – December 12, 2019 Alt-rockers, the Pixies, will be headed to the U.S. for a very brief tour early this winter. It includes five dates with shows in California, New York, Boston, and Toronto. Although this will be a short tour, it’s one that’s been highly anticipated. The group has been around since the 80s and were pioneers of the alt-rock sound that gave birth to groups like Weezer and Green Day. Today, they are still making music and just put out a new album earlier in September. Fans, both new and old, will definitely want to see this tour if they’re able to. Check out our concert listings to see what’s still available so you don’t miss your shot to see the Pixies play live. Adam Ant: September 29th, 2019 – May 17th, 2020 Another 80s alt-rock icon, Adam Ant just announced that he will be extending the Friend or Foe tour. The new dates will include 16 shows in the U.S., right before he heads over to Europe for another 26 shows. This tour promises to highlight Ant’s debut album, also called Friend or Foe. It was released in 1982, and has some of the anthems that we’ve known to love over the years, like “Goody Two Shoes.” If you’ve never seen Ant play live, this is an awesome chance to get in on the action. He’s a legendary performer, and this tour promises to give us some of his best work. It’s a mature look at original hits. Get tickets today so you can see him live and in action one more time. Other Artists to Watch Ariana Grande, Lana Del Rey, and Miley Cyrus had the highest-ranking debut single on the Billboard charts just recently with “Don’t Call Me Angel.” Grande’s currently out on tour already, but don’t be surprised if there are a couple guest appearances now because of the success of this song! The Jonas Brothers are well into their reunion tour at this point, but their songs are still gaining traction on the charts. An extension might be announced soon, and there’s a strong chance that we’ll see new music from them in the coming months, too.
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Fall concert season is officially here, and with it a bunch of new concert updates. There were not as many new tours that were announced in the past week as we’ve typically seen, but the world of music was certainly not quiet. A lot of big ongoing tours had updates and extensions announced, which is usually good news for music fans.

Here, we’ve put together the latest news updates from the past several days for you. This is just a selection of the biggest announcements that have been made. The hope is that this information can help you to get connected with the music and musicians that you love. Just don’t forget that these are not the only tours going on right now. There are a lot of other ongoing tours and new announcements. Check our ticket listings to see what we have available and head back to this update section next week to see what new tours have been launched.

Chance the Rapper: November 8th, 2019 – November 5th, 2020

Chance the Rapper recently announced that some of his previously existing tour dates would be rescheduled. The Big Tour was announced months ago, but thanks to a momentous life event, a few dates, including shows in Chicago, St. Louis, and Omaha, had to be rescheduled. Those dates are now available. Chance the Rapper is rescheduling these events because of the birth of his daughter. So, while the delay in these shows is disappointing for fans, it’s a joyous occasion as he takes some time to be with his family and celebrate. If you haven’t had a chance to get tickets for The Big Tour, this could be a good chance to make sure that you don’t miss out on the action. Chance the Rapper has skyrocketed lately when it comes to popularity, and these tickets will disappear quickly. If you want to be at the show, this is your chance.

Billie Eilish: October 4th, 2019 – April 11th, 2020

Billie Eilish’s new world tour is in support of her latest album, titled When We Fall Asleep, Where do We Go? If you’re located in North America, Eilish will be coming back in early March. However, there are a handful of dates that she’ll be playing in the weeks leading up to the end of the year, including a couple of performances at the Austin City Limits Festival. Eilish is a relatively new voice in the world of music, but her latest album has already gone platinum—twice. These new dates will take her all over the U.S., starting out with several East Coast shows and then working her way westward across the country. You’ll be close to one of her shows regardless of where you’re located. So, if you’ve wanted to see her play for a while and haven’t gotten tickets before, this is your opportunity. These shows will be popular and tickets won’t always be easy to find. Grab yours today so you don’t miss her next show.

Pixies: December 2nd – December 12, 2019

Alt-rockers, the Pixies, will be headed to the U.S. for a very brief tour early this winter. It includes five dates with shows in California, New York, Boston, and Toronto. Although this will be a short tour, it’s one that’s been highly anticipated. The group has been around since the 80s and were pioneers of the alt-rock sound that gave birth to groups like Weezer and Green Day. Today, they are still making music and just put out a new album earlier in September. Fans, both new and old, will definitely want to see this tour if they’re able to. Check out our concert listings to see what’s still available so you don’t miss your shot to see the Pixies play live.

Adam Ant: September 29th, 2019 – May 17th, 2020

Another 80s alt-rock icon, Adam Ant just announced that he will be extending the Friend or Foe tour. The new dates will include 16 shows in the U.S., right before he heads over to Europe for another 26 shows. This tour promises to highlight Ant’s debut album, also called Friend or Foe. It was released in 1982, and has some of the anthems that we’ve known to love over the years, like “Goody Two Shoes.” If you’ve never seen Ant play live, this is an awesome chance to get in on the action. He’s a legendary performer, and this tour promises to give us some of his best work. It’s a mature look at original hits. Get tickets today so you can see him live and in action one more time.

Other Artists to Watch

Ariana Grande, Lana Del Rey, and Miley Cyrus had the highest-ranking debut single on the Billboard charts just recently with “Don’t Call Me Angel.” Grande’s currently out on tour already, but don’t be surprised if there are a couple guest appearances now because of the success of this song!

The Jonas Brothers are well into their reunion tour at this point, but their songs are still gaining traction on the charts. An extension might be announced soon, and there’s a strong chance that we’ll see new music from them in the coming months, too.

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