It was another big week in terms of concert announcements and updates. The summer is already coming to a close, but that doesn’t mean that the music is slowing down. In fact, a lot of groups are extending tours and even announcing new ones. There’s a lot happening in the world of music, and now is your time to see what’s going on and make sure that you don’t miss out on your favorite musicians.
Here, we list a few of the bigger announcements from the last week. If you’re looking for the latest hot new tour updates, you’ve come to the right place. Just remember that this is a sample of what’s going on. Head over to our ticket sales page for a more complete listing of what’s going on and what’s available.
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Blues Traveler: August 11th – November 17th, 2019
Blues Traveler just announced that they will be heading out on tour in honor of the 25th anniversary of their hit album, Four. This album contained hits like “Hook,” “The Mountains Win Again,” and “Run-Around.” The album sold well over a million copies, peaked at number 8 on the Billboard Charts, and even won a Grammy Award. Now, those fans who missed out on being able to see Blues Traveler back in the 90s have another chance to do so. The anniversary tour will include 12 different cities, but there will be a handful of concert dates before then. If you’re an old school Blues Traveler fan, this will be an amazing set of concert dates. If you’ve never seen them before, you will not want to miss out on this. Grab tickets today to guarantee yourself a seat at Blues Traveler this fall.
Rick Ross: August 17th – October 16th, 2019
MC Rick Ross will be hitting the road with his Port of Miami 2 tour soon. This tour will cover the end of summer and the beginning of fall, hitting up several major cities across the country. The tour is in support of his album of the same name, which just came out earlier in August. It promises to be a big tour. Things get rolling in Philadelphia but will be stopping in other major U.S. cities like San Francisco, Detroit, and New York. He’ll even be performing in Toronto. Fans of rap and hip hop will want to check this tour out. Rick Ross is one of the big names in the genre and these are likely to be sold out dates. Check out our concert listings to make sure you can get yourself the best deal possible on tickets.
A Day to Remember: September 6th – November 23rd, 2019
Metal band A Day to Remember just announced a new North American tour. The Degenerates tour will be taking the band all over the country, starting out in Buffalo, NY. Other cities include Chicago, Houston, and Nashville, just to name a few. The emphasis will definitely be on the East Coast, so, unfortunately, those of you out on the West Coast will miss out on this. Still, tickets will go fast, especially for some of the earlier shows. A Day to Remember will be playing at a festival with metal legends Guns N Roses in late September. This should be an amazing set of dates, so make sure you don’t miss your chance to see A Day to Remember live this fall.
Gramatik: October 26th – November 23rd, 2019
Gramatik just announced that he’d be extending his Re: Coil tour for the second round of tour dates. This adds 17 new dates to the tour, showing just how popular his music has been. Seattle, Los Angeles, and several other major cities have been added onto this tour. If you haven’t seen Gramatik, this extension gives you another chance to do so. His hip-hop sounds are even better live, so make sure you act early if you do want to get tickets. These will more than likely go quick. Head over to our tickets page if you want to check out what’s available and secure a good deal.
Manchester Orchestra: September 13th – December 8th, 2019
Manchester Orchestra is heading out on tour this fall in honor of the tenth anniversary of their album, Mean Everything to Nothing. The Alternative rockers have dates lined up in several cities, including Charlotte, Philadelphia, and Chicago. This tour will mainly hit up the East Coast, leaving West Coast fans out for now. However, it’s not likely that they will be staying home forever after this, especially if this tour proves to be popular. Keep your eyes open for tickets and grab the good seats when they become available. This will be an exciting tour, so make sure that you move fast if you want to see Manchester Orchestra perform live.