A lot of major performers are already thinking past the summer and gearing up for a fall of touring. Although the summertime has a reputation for being ripe with concerts and festivals, this fall is already shaping up to be an exciting one if you’re a fan of live music. Here, we’ve compiled some of the major announcements from the last week when it comes to new tours and extensions of existing ones.
Remember, these are only a handful of the newest updates in the world of live music. If you want a more complete look at what’s going on in terms of concerts and available tickets, head over to our listings page so that you can get awesome deals on upcoming concerts in your area.
George Thorogood: June 22nd – October 19th, 2019
George Thorogood is one of the biggest names in Classic Rock that you can still find that’s out on the road consistently—and performing at the top of his game. He just announced that his band will be extending their Good to Be Bad tour, extending their tour dates into the fall. This is one of the most fun sets that you will catch all year, especially if you’re a fan of his heavy guitar style. With songs like “Bad to the Bone,” “I Drink Alone,” and “One Bourbon, One Scotch, and One Beer,” Thorogood remains one of the best live shows from his genre. Tickets will sell out for these newly announced dates. The popularity of his earlier announced shows almost guarantees this. So, if you do want to see George Thorogood and the Destroyers, move quickly to get tickets. Be sure to check out our listings for the best prices around.
Trisha Yearwood: October 5th – December 8th, 2019
Trisha Yearwood is one of the fan favorites in the genre of Country music. She has won several of the music industry’s top awards, including the Grammy Award. Songs like “How Do I Live” and “She’s in Love with the Boy” have become Country favorites. Yearwood has performed with multiple other big-name artists, including her husband, Garth Brooks. Her album of Frank Sinatra cover songs, called Let’s Be Frank, was one of the top Jazz albums in recent history. Yearwood is a talented, multifaceted artist, and this new tour promises to be huge. Whether you’re a fan of Country, or you are just looking for an evening of fun, Yearwood’s upcoming tour will be exactly what you’ve been hoping for, and a whole lot more. Tour dates span mostly the East Coast, but there will be a few shows as far West as Texas. Unfortunately, there are no West Coast dates scheduled at this time.
Andy Grammer: July 13th – November 1st, 2019
Andy Grammer just announced a huge tour hitting up many major cities in the U.S. It will start out on the West Coast, and then work its way across the country, finishing up with a couple stop in the New England region. Major cities like L.A., New York, Seattle, and Boston will be included in this tour. Grammer hit it big with the song “Honey, I’m Good,” but he’s certainly not a one hit wonder. His follow up single, “Fresh Eyes,” made it to #9 on the charts. He’s built a huge following of fans over the years, and his fan base is still growing. If you’ve never seen him live, this is your chance. Check out our tickets section for the best deals out there. And remember, the sooner you get tickets, the better. This will be one of those shows that you won’t want to miss, and it will be a show that is highly likely to sell out. Don’t miss your chance to see Grammer play live.
Charli XCX: September 20th – October 22nd, 2019
Charli XCX has a busy fall ahead of her. The British singer just announced a month-long tour in North America, hitting up over 20 cities in the U.S. and Canada. This new tour will be in support of her third studio album, which comes out the day before her tour officially kicks off in Atlanta, Georgia. To date, Charli XCX’s biggest album to date is Sucker, which came out in 2014. You can bet that she’ll be performing some of the biggest hits from this album, along with some of her newer material, too. This should be an exciting tour, so move quickly on tickets if you’re interested in seeing Charli XCX perform live this autumn.
Grace VanderWaal: August 10th – September 20th, 2019
Grace VanderWaal has a new set of concert dates coming up in support of her first album, titled Just the Beginning. This tour will run through August and deep into September and will hit up a number of major North American cities. Her style of music will appeal to fans of Imagine Dragons and Florence and the Machine, both groups that she’s toured with in the past. Be sure to check out our listings because this is an event you won’t want to miss.