The newest concert announcements are out, and we’ve shared some of the highlights for you below. The next few months are looking more and more promising when it comes to exciting concert dates, so check out what’s new right here.
Remember, these are just a few of the major announcements from the last week. There have been plenty of other concert announcements and updates in that time, so be sure to check out our ticket listings to help you find exactly what you’re looking for.
The sooner you buy what you’re looking for, the sooner you can stop worrying and get ready to start enjoying yourself this summer. It will be an exciting one, so make sure your concert tickets are lined up well ahead of time.
Phil Collins: September 23rd – October 19th, 2019
Phil Collins is a legend in the world of rock. From his days with Genesis to his solo years, Phil Collins has amassed millions of fans. Now, with his Still Not Dead Yet, Live tour, Collins is back on the road. This newest batch of tour dates will have him and his band traveling all over the United States. The tour is an addition to the Not Dead Yet tour that he went through last year. His son and a few other special guests will accompany Phil Collins on stage. Phil Collins is still a star, and his latest tour has been received with a lot of applause. This is a must-see concert series if you are a fan of his music.
Collective Soul: May 12th – July 27th, 2019
The 90s rock band Collective Soul has just announced its 25th-anniversary tour. With songs like “Gel,” “December,” and “Shine,” Collective Soul has long been one of the fan favorites of this time period. Their newest tour will have them all over the U.S. and into parts of Canada. It’s looking like it will be one of the major tours of the summer. Fans of 90s grunge and alt-rock are in for a treat with this tour because Collective Soul will be joined by another 90s group: the Gin Blossoms. If you’re a fan of this genre, this will be one of the highlights of the summer. Check out our listings to make sure you get the best deal you can on tickets.
Snow Tha Product: May 1st – June 15th, 2019
Snow tha Product has just announced a new set of tour dates. The Goin Off tour promises to be an exciting event for her fans and fans of rap in general. Focused mainly on the West Coast, these tour stops will be very popular. If you’re an East Coaster, this might be a great excuse to buy tickets and get ready for a little vacation. Recently, Snow, the Product released the Vibe Higher album. This compilation album has become incredibly successful, and tour dates have been extended into the beginning of the summer. Her fans are very excited about this, and you can be sure that tickets will sell out in a lot of places. It’s sometimes rare to find a talented female rapper, but Snow tha Product has started to rewrite that notion. If you’re looking for tickets to see her perform, you’ve come to the right place. Check out what we have available to make sure you don’t miss out on this.
The Maine: April 14th – August 3rd, 2019
The Maine is one of the unsung heroes of rock music. Their emo style has become quite popular on college campuses and beyond. They also have a new album coming out at the end of March. In support of this, The Maine has booked most of the summer with tour dates. And just recently, The Maine announced that they would be headlining some shows at the Sad Summer Festival in addition to their already existing tour dates. Their fans have a lot to look forward to. If you’ve never seen them play, this is a good chance to find a tour stop near your home. The Sad Summer Festival will be a highlight of the summer, and The Maine’s addition to this festival will make it even better.
Ted Nugent: July 19th – August 31st, 2019
Ted Nugent is a legend in the world of classic rock. Songs like “Cat Scratch Fever” and “Stranglehold” have gone down in history as some of the greatest guitar pieces of all-time, and his newest tour will be the best way to see him possibly perform one of these pieces. Nugent is still an expert showman, and this promises to be one of the highlights of the summer. This tour is in support of his 2018 album, The Music Made Me Do It, which came out in November. The tour will focus mostly on the West Coast, but there will be a few East Coast dates included if you are located here.