Tickets for summer concerts are still available. However, if you’re looking for particular tickets for some of the most popular shows, you’re going to have a tough time finding what you’re looking for. That’s where we can help. Here, we not only will help you to see what’s new and exciting in the world of live music but also point you toward available tickets.
This section is where we feature the latest announcements from the music industry from over the last week. If you see something that you’re interested in going to, just follow our links to see what we have available.
And don’t forget that this is only a sampling of what’s new. There are many other events out there that you might be interested in. Check out our listings for a more complete look at what live shows are coming to your city in the near future.
Kid Rock: July 11th – October 5th, 2019
Kid Rock just announced a brief U.S. tour for this coming fall. These tour dates are in addition to an already busy summer for the rocker. Kid Rock’s popularity took off in the late 90s with the song “Bawitdaba,” and even though his music has changed a lot in the years since then, he has continued to grow in popularity. Today, his music has a more country sound to it than it once did, but his metal roots are still evident. This new set of shows will be popular, and tickets will go quickly thanks to his huge fan base. If you’re interested in seeing Kid Rock live, you’ll need to buy your tickets early to ensure that you can get a decent view of the stage.
NF: August 1st – October 26th, 2019
Based out of Michigan, NF has revolutionized what Christian music can sound like. A lot of people have compared the rapper to Eminem, except with a more wholesome and uplifting message. This new tour will be a massive one, including most of the U.S. and Canada. These tour dates will be in support of his newest album, called The Search. If you’re a fan of rap, you’ll probably appreciate his music even if you’re not a fan of Christian music. It has a widespread appeal and touches upon a lot of topics that most everyone deals with. NF has been a game changer in the world of Christian music and this tour is expected to be a mammoth one.
Ingrid Michaelson: September 24th – October 29th, 2019
Michaelson is one of the few big names on the indie music scene. Her newest album, titled Stranger Songs, will be coming out soon, and this new tour—The Dramatic Tour—will be in support of it. Things will kick off in Washington D.C. and then work their way West across the country. Some of the major stops include Nashville, Atlanta, San Diego, and Los Angeles, just to name a few. Fans of her music will be delighted to know that there are still a lot of tickets left for these shows (at the time of writing this, anyway), but shows are expected to sell out. Check out what tickets are still available on our listings page in order to save some cash on great seats.
Luke Bryan: June 1st – October 25th, 2019
Luke Bryan is one of the biggest names in all of country music, and this tour promises to be a legendary one. Called the Farm Tour, these new dates are an extension of his ongoing tour. His shows have proven to be so popular that more tour dates are needed to meet the demand. Tickets will still go quickly for these new shows, though. His music has an audience way beyond what normal country music tends to see, so fans of many genres will be making sure that they don’t miss out on this opportunity. Songs like “Country Girl,” “Crash My Party,” and “All My Friends Say” have become classics in the few short years since they were released. If you’re a Luke Bryan fan, this will not be something that you will want to miss. Be sure to check out what tickets are available often so that you can guarantee yourself the best deal possible.
Theory of a Deadman: August 9th – November 4th, 2019
Canadian rock group Theory of a Deadman has just announced a big North American tour for the end of summer and into the fall. They’ll be kicking things off in Batavia, NY in August and then working their way across the country. Other stops include Raleigh, NC, Tucson, AZ, and Oklahoma City. This should be an exciting tour if you’re a fan of the group. They have a unique hard rock sound that has gained them quite a following. They’ve been a major name in rock for about 15 years now, which is a big hint that tickets will be tough to get if you wait too long to grab yours.