Bringing the Big Shows to Life
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There have been a number of new tour announcements over the last few days, and if you’re looking for a short summary of what’s new, you’re in the right place. This is where we recap the biggest and the best from the world of live music over the last week, and let you know who’s... Read more
There have been a number of new tour announcements over the last few days, and if you’re looking for a short summary of what’s new, you’re in the right place. This is where we recap the biggest and the best from the world of live music over the last week, and let you know who’s playing and when. This week, there are a number of exciting new shows that have been announced, but because of space, we only have a few listed. If you’re looking for other new concert information, or you’re curious to see who’s performing near you, head over to our tickets listings page. That’s where we have a more complete look at who’s out on the road and what tickets are still available. Ready to see what’s new? Keep on reading. Alan Jackson: January 10th – October 3rd, 2020 Alan Jackson is heading out on the road again in 2020 for yet another epic tour. The Hall of Fame musician has been a chart topper for decades, and this new tour looks to be just as big as some of his earlier ones. With hit songs like “Country Boy,” “Good Time,” and “Chattahoochee,” Jackson has long been one of the giants in Country music. Jackson will be hitting up cities all over the U.S., including shows in Denver, Salt Lake City, Tulsa, and New Orleans. If you’ve never seen Jackson play live, this is your chance. He’s been touring for years and he’s only gotten better over time. He’s an awesome live performer and tickets will go quick for this tour. Grab yours early so you don’t miss out. If you’re looking to buy tickets, be sure to head over to our tickets page and see what’s available now. Michael Buble: March 17th – May 23rd, 2020 Michael Buble is one of the legendary lounge-type performers, taking after the greats like Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis, Jr. That classic, soulful style has translated into immense popularity. That’s why this new tour is such a big deal. 27 cities have just been announced for Buble’s tour, including a lot of shows in his native Canada. He’s released ten albums, and he’s only grown his fan base over the years that he’s been recording. Buble is one of those acts that you will not want to miss out on, even if you’ve never seen him perform live. Tickets will more than likely sell out at each of his shows, so you’ll need to act fast if you’re intent on seeing him play. Buble is an amazing act and each of his shows is completely different. Check out what we have available so you don’t miss out on this new tour. Allen Stone: November 12th, 2019 – April 5th, 2020 Allen Stone’s new tour will see him hitting up about 35 cities in North America in the last weeks of 2019 and well into 2020. The soul musician just released his latest album in early November and this new set of tour dates will be promoting those songs. Allen Stone rose to fame a few years ago when his track “Perfect World” became a hit thanks to its inclusion in the Netflix series, Dear White People. Since then, his fans have discovered his vast array of other songs and have helped him to build a big and loyal fan base. Stone will be starting his tour out on the West Coast with shows in Portland and Seattle, and then slowly working his way across the country. There will be a number of East Coast shows before things wrap up back in California with shows in San Diego and San Francisco, just to name a few. This will be a big event, don’t miss out. Kane Brown: December 8th, 2019 – June 20th, 2020 Brown’s second album, Experiment, just came out in November and the tour that’s scheduled for a good portion of 2020 is in support of that. Even though excitement is just starting to build here, it looks like this will be a major tour, hitting up many major venues in the U.S. Cities like Los Angeles, Buffalo, Jacksonville, and Kansas City are all included on Brown’s Worldwide Beautiful Tour. Many of these tour dates will be played with Russell Dickerson and Chris Lane. Brown has one show left for 2019, scheduled as part of a larger festival in Illinois. If you’re impatient for him to head out on tour and you’re in this area, be sure to check him out there. Until then, you’ll have to wait for his new tour to swing by your city. But don’t wait too long. Tickets will go quick for these shows. Head over to our tickets page to see what’s available and ensure that you don’t miss out. Other Artists to Watch Jason Aldean has a new album coming out later in November. He’s been an impressive force in Country music over the last decade or so, so you can bet that any tour that he’ll be announcing soon will be selling out. Speaking of new albums, it’s rumored that Miley Cyrus has a new album coming out soon. There have been a couple of singles released, but we’re still waiting to hear when the release date is and whether or not a tour will be accompanying it.
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There have been a number of new tour announcements over the last few days, and if you’re looking for a short summary of what’s new, you’re in the right place. This is where we recap the biggest and the best from the world of live music over the last week, and let you know who’s playing and when.

This week, there are a number of exciting new shows that have been announced, but because of space, we only have a few listed. If you’re looking for other new concert information, or you’re curious to see who’s performing near you, head over to our tickets listings page. That’s where we have a more complete look at who’s out on the road and what tickets are still available.

Ready to see what’s new? Keep on reading.

Alan Jackson: January 10th – October 3rd, 2020

Alan Jackson is heading out on the road again in 2020 for yet another epic tour. The Hall of Fame musician has been a chart topper for decades, and this new tour looks to be just as big as some of his earlier ones. With hit songs like “Country Boy,” “Good Time,” and “Chattahoochee,” Jackson has long been one of the giants in Country music. Jackson will be hitting up cities all over the U.S., including shows in Denver, Salt Lake City, Tulsa, and New Orleans. If you’ve never seen Jackson play live, this is your chance. He’s been touring for years and he’s only gotten better over time. He’s an awesome live performer and tickets will go quick for this tour. Grab yours early so you don’t miss out. If you’re looking to buy tickets, be sure to head over to our tickets page and see what’s available now.

Michael Buble: March 17th – May 23rd, 2020

Michael Buble is one of the legendary lounge-type performers, taking after the greats like Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis, Jr. That classic, soulful style has translated into immense popularity. That’s why this new tour is such a big deal. 27 cities have just been announced for Buble’s tour, including a lot of shows in his native Canada. He’s released ten albums, and he’s only grown his fan base over the years that he’s been recording. Buble is one of those acts that you will not want to miss out on, even if you’ve never seen him perform live. Tickets will more than likely sell out at each of his shows, so you’ll need to act fast if you’re intent on seeing him play. Buble is an amazing act and each of his shows is completely different. Check out what we have available so you don’t miss out on this new tour.

Allen Stone: November 12th, 2019 – April 5th, 2020

Allen Stone’s new tour will see him hitting up about 35 cities in North America in the last weeks of 2019 and well into 2020. The soul musician just released his latest album in early November and this new set of tour dates will be promoting those songs. Allen Stone rose to fame a few years ago when his track “Perfect World” became a hit thanks to its inclusion in the Netflix series, Dear White People. Since then, his fans have discovered his vast array of other songs and have helped him to build a big and loyal fan base. Stone will be starting his tour out on the West Coast with shows in Portland and Seattle, and then slowly working his way across the country. There will be a number of East Coast shows before things wrap up back in California with shows in San Diego and San Francisco, just to name a few. This will be a big event, don’t miss out.

Kane Brown: December 8th, 2019 – June 20th, 2020

Brown’s second album, Experiment, just came out in November and the tour that’s scheduled for a good portion of 2020 is in support of that. Even though excitement is just starting to build here, it looks like this will be a major tour, hitting up many major venues in the U.S. Cities like Los Angeles, Buffalo, Jacksonville, and Kansas City are all included on Brown’s Worldwide Beautiful Tour. Many of these tour dates will be played with Russell Dickerson and Chris Lane. Brown has one show left for 2019, scheduled as part of a larger festival in Illinois. If you’re impatient for him to head out on tour and you’re in this area, be sure to check him out there. Until then, you’ll have to wait for his new tour to swing by your city. But don’t wait too long. Tickets will go quick for these shows. Head over to our tickets page to see what’s available and ensure that you don’t miss out.

Other Artists to Watch

Jason Aldean has a new album coming out later in November. He’s been an impressive force in Country music over the last decade or so, so you can bet that any tour that he’ll be announcing soon will be selling out.

Speaking of new albums, it’s rumored that Miley Cyrus has a new album coming out soon. There have been a couple of singles released, but we’re still waiting to hear when the release date is and whether or not a tour will be accompanying it.

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