If you’re looking for the latest in tour announcements, they’re all right here. This is where we give our rundown on the biggest news in the concert industry from the last week. And with that in mind, it’s obvious that a lot of big names recently announced new tours or tour extensions to close out the 2019 calendar year.
This week was really heavy on the big rock names, but they’re certainly not the only groups that are out on the road right now. If you’re looking for a more complete survey of what’s going on and who’s out on the road, head over to our tickets listings page for a comprehensive look at what’s available.
Ready to see what’s new? Keep reading. These are the highlights from concert touring news from the last seven days.
Marilyn Manson: September 27th – November 3rd, 2019
Metal and goth icon Marilyn Manson just announced a new U.S. tour this week. Although the shock rocker has been off the map for several years, he hasn’t been silent. He’s done several duets with other famous musicians and has been writing new material. Now, he’s back out on the road for the first time in a long time. This tour will be supporting his newest album, Heaven Upside Down. The tour starts out with a couple of music festivals, then Manson heads out on his own starting in October. The solo tour only includes a few dates and they are all in the Western half of the U.S., but if you live in California, Utah, Colorado, or nearby, then get set to watch a legendary performer live. He’s built a reputation for his intense shows, and this tour promises to be no different. Grab tickets today so you don’t miss out on the action.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra: November 13th – December 14th, 2019
The iconic Trans-Siberian Orchestra is back with their holiday tour again this year. In the span of just a month, the group will play over 60 performances, including repeats in many cities and sometimes multiple performances per day. Whether you live on the East coast, West coast or somewhere in between, you’re likely to find a Trans-Siberian Orchestra near you. The massive size of this tour should be a hint at just how popular the holiday tour is. Tickets will sell out at most venues. If you want to see the legendary group perform this Christmas, be sure to buy your tickets as early on as possible. Otherwise, you will miss out on this amazing experience. You’ve heard them on the radio, but seeing it live is a totally different experience. Don’t miss this chance!
King Diamond: November 2nd – December 4th, 2019
King Diamond just announced a month-long U.S. tour, and metalheads around the country are losing their minds. He is getting set to release his first album in 12 years, and this new tour is in support of it. The Institute will be released sometime in 2020, and fans everywhere are excited to hear what it sounds like. If you’re a diehard metal fan, or you just want to experience what the roots of the genre sound like on stage, this is the show for you. You can expect tickets to be limited in quantity. That means when you do find them, you’ll need to move fast. Check out our listings page to see what’s available still for King Diamond’s 2019 tour.
New Politics: November 12th – December 20th, 2019
New Politics are headed out on a solo tour in the last part of 2019. Their new 3 Dimensional tour has a lot of anticipation behind it, especially after successfully touring a few years ago with Fall Out Boy and Paramore. This time around, they will be playing with the Plain White T’s and Mowgli. This new set of shows will start out in Chicago, and span about 20 different cities. The shows will wrap up in Iowa after touring both West Coast and East Coast cities. Punk and emo fans will definitely want to check this out as the group brings new energy to the stage. Tickets will go fast, but you’ve got resources on your side. Check out what we have available here before you make your purchase for the best deals.
The Tenors: November 29th – December 20th, 2019
The Tenors are going to be delighting fans this Christmas season with a new holiday tour. The Wonder of Christmas tour will be kicking off in Seattle, and then will hit up a few different cities right before the holiday season heats up. This will be a fun set of shows, especially if you love a new twist on Christmas classics. The festivities will be popular, though, so be sure you grab tickets early if you want to experience this. It’s a great way to bring the holiday cheer.