Summer is almost here! Do you have your concert plans figured out yet? If not, this is the place to be. Here, we have listed the newest concert announcements and updates from the last week. Some of these you might have heard of already, but maybe not. There’s a lot of value in being one of the first to know about upcoming concerts and tour dates. Not only can you start making your plans earlier, but the odds of getting good tickets go up dramatically because you are giving yourself more opportunities to get them.
So, keep reading to see what’s new in the world of live music this week. Hopefully, this will help you to have a more enjoyable time at your next concert.
Morrissey: April 14th – October 6th, 2019
Morrissey has been a major name in the alternative rock scene since the mid-1980s. Now, he is out on a major North American tour, and a bunch of new dates have been added to the lineup. The tour is in support of his upcoming album, titled California Sun, which contains his unique look on a bunch of older songs. Artists like Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, and more will be covered on this album. You can expect to hear a lot of these classics at his upcoming tour dates, along with some of his personal hits. The tour dates will have Morrissey all over the U.S. and Canada. These newer updates to the tour bring him primarily to the West Coast as his earlier announcement was mainly focused on the Eastern half of the U.S.
Chase Atlantic: June 14th – July 25th, 2019
Chase Atlantic just announced his new Phases tour. This trio of Australian musicians will be back in the U.S. to promote their first album, which is self-titled. A lot of people have not yet heard Chase Atlantic’s music, but their new album has gained a lot of steam, and this tour is only going to increase that popularity. The band’s punk/alt rock sound has gained them a big underground following. While they’ve toured a few times as a supporting group, this is their first major headlining tour. The concert dates will kick off in Philadelphia, PA, and then will head up and down the East Coast. There will even be a handful of Canadian shows.
Sara Bareilles: October 5th – November 26th, 2019
Sara Bareilles has been a big name in the pop-rock scene for several years. After her breakthrough hit in 2004, Bareilles has only gained more fans in the years since then. Although some of her newer music hasn’t seen the same commercial success as her older songs, she has a huge following of fans. This promises to be a big event this coming fall. Titled Amidst the Chaos, this tour will hit up 27 different major cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., and Las Vegas. Tickets for this show will sell out at most venues, so the sooner you grab your tickets, the better. If you’re still trying to get good seats, check out our listings to get the best possible deals.
B-52s: August 1st – September 24th, 2019
The B-52s are one of the big names out of the 80s, and they are out on tour later this summer for their 40th anniversary. The tour will start out on the West Coast and focus most of their time in California, but there will be a handful of East Coast dates. The tour wraps up in New York City at the end of September. If you’re a fan of their music, this will be the chance of a lifetime to see them one more time live and in action. It will be a big event, making it really hard to get good seats if you wait too long. Move fast if this is a show you’re interested in. Check our listings often to make sure you get the best seats and the best deals you can find.
Anberlin: June 10th – July 14th, 2019
Anberlin just announced a big reunion tour, hitting up some of the biggest cities in the U.S. This is the first time in about five years that they’ve played more than one show at a time, so there is a lot of hype going into this set of shows. The band did tour back in 2014 with portions of the Van’s Warped Tour, which is one of the big festivals in punk rock. If you caught them back then, you’re more than likely ready to see them again. If you’ve never seen them before, now is your chance. Reunion shows are a great way to catch a band that you may have thought you’d never get a chance to see again. Because of this mentality, it’s likely to be a hot set of tickets. Act now to get yours.