The summer is really starting to heat up, and that’s not just regarding the temperature. A whole bunch of bands have hit the road and are out on tour right now. If you’re looking to catch a show, you’ve come to the right place. We have tickets available for almost every concert out there, with new tickets added to our inventory daily.
This is where we list all of the new concert announcements and updates. If it is major and happened in the last week, you can find it on this page right here. If you’re looking for something else, head over to our ticket listings area and see what’s available. This is just a broad look at what’s new in the last week and not a comprehensive list.
Twenty One Pilots: August 1st – November 9th, 2019
Perhaps the biggest concert news of the last several days is that Twenty One Pilots will be extending their previously announced tour. The tour was already scheduled through August and September, but the new dates add 18 new shows to their schedule and extend it throughout the month of October and into November. Their Banditos tour was already receiving big-ticket sales, but these new dates are a sign that the tour is a lot hotter than what was originally planned. Fans of the rock duo will definitely want to check out new tour dates to see if they will be hitting up any of the cities near them. This will be one tour that definitely sells out, so move fast on tickets if you’re interested.
Slayer: July 27th – November 30th, 2019
Slayer just announced a mammoth new leg of their ongoing tour, called the Final Campaign. The metal legends have been around for decades, and this new tour seems like it might be their farewell tour. Even though big-name bands have a tendency these days to go out on several “last” tours, there’s never a guarantee that this will happen here. The tour has been going on for quite a while now, so it seems like they are bent on making the most out of this last hurrah. Primus and Ministry will be playing alongside Slayer on these new dates. Some of the cities included are Omaha, Las Vegas, and Oakland. Buy your tickets today to make sure that you have awesome seats for this once in a lifetime act.
Day6: September 13th – September 29th, 2019
K-Pop Boy Band Day6 just announced a limited set of U.S. tour dates. This is part of a much bigger world tour, and after these tour stops, Day6 will be playing in Asia, Europe, and Australia. Tour stops for this go around include New York, Boston, Miami , and a few other major cities. All of this is in support of a new album released in July called The Book of Us: Gravity. Pop fans will be lining up in droves to see this group play, especially for those that enjoy Korean pop music. Because such few tour stops are included on this leg of their world tour, tickets will be limited. Check out our concert listings to see what we currently have available so that you don’t miss out on your chance to see Day6 play while they are here.
PnB Rock: September 6th – October 20th, 2019
PnB Rock, the Philadelphia-based rapper, just announced a huge tour in the U.S. Some of the cities included are Baltimore, Atlanta, and Dallas. The tour starts out on the East Coast, heads West, and then wraps up with a second round of East Coast cities. It’s going to be an awesome set of shows. PnB Rock has gained prominence a couple years ago with songs like “Horses” and “Selfish.” He just released his second album back in May, and his career is still gaining steam. If you’ve never heard him before, you’re missing out. Look up his music today and get excited about this newly launched tour. It will be one of the most exciting of the fall.
The 1975: November 16th – December 1st, 2019
The British rock group, The 1975, just announced a limited number of U.S. tour stops. It includes just 5 cities, including Raleigh and New Orleans. This leg of their tour is in support of their fifth album, which is scheduled to come out later in 2019. Fans of their music will find that tickets are going to be hard to get for now, just because there are so few tour dates listed. On their last tour, they played with Pale Waves and No Rome—but there’s no word yet on who will be joining them this time around. Hopefully more stops are added in the future, and if they are, we’ll let you know. However, that’s it for now, so move fast to get your tickets if The 1975 is a group that you want to see.