Tours Announced February 25th, 2019
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Being the first to know about concert dates and tour announcements puts you at a big advantage when it comes to getting the best tickets. Not only will you be one of the first in your area to know when your favorite bands are coming to town, you can get started with the ticket buying process earlier. This will give you time to watch trends and not just get good seats but get them at the most competitive prices. Here is this week’s roundup when it comes to new concert announcements. Some of these are brand new, while others are additions to already established tours. Either way, this is your place to see what’s new and get a jump on the crowds when it comes to getting the best tickets for you and your friends. Shawn Mendes: June 12th - September 6th, 2019 Shawn Mendes just announced a whole bunch of new concert dates for the summer of 2019. Tour stops include most of the United States and a good deal of Canadian venues. Mendes hit it big a few years ago with the song “Stitches,” and has continued to gain a large following of fans since then. His current tour is self-titled, but you can bet that he will be playing some of his older hits along with newer releases. It promises to be one of the bigger shows of the summer. Rob Thomas: March 29th – August 4th, 2019 Rob Thomas, former frontman of Matchbox 20, has definitely seen a spike in his popularity since heading out as a solo artist. His music has taken on a more mature tone and has helped him to gain a following from pop fans alongside the rock and alternative fans that already had been listening to his music. His newest tour dates have him all over the United States, with an emphasis on the East Coast during the last half of his shows. Called the “Chip Tooth Tour,” this might be one of his biggest tours in recent years. If you’ve been a long time fan of Rob Thomas but never seen him, this is your chance to catch him live in action. His shows are always crowd-pleasers. Five Finger Death Punch: July 11th – July 27th, 2019 Metal group Five Finger Death Punch just announced a small bunch of North American tour dates for the summer. These have the band hitting up the Northeast mainly, but there are also a handful of Midwest and Canadian shows in the mix. FFDP is well known because of their past tours with big names like Breaking Benjamin, Papa Roach, and Shinedown. During past tours with these bands, they’ve gained a large following of their own. This tour is a testament to that. They released their first major album in 2007, and have put out a lot of great music in the years since then. Fans of metal will not want to miss out on this one. Mana: September 4th – November 27th, 2019 Grammy winner Mana just announced a new 21 date tour for the last portion of 2019. They will be touring mostly the Western and Southwest portion of the U.S., but even this limited tour has already gained a lot of hype. Luckily for the rest of their fans, there are a few dates scheduled for the East Coast and a couple Canadian stops. The group just released their tenth album, titled El Gladiador Mexicano. Fans of the band will definitely want to catch the Rayando el Sol tour if it is going to be stopping near them. Josh Groban: June 7th – September 6th, 2019 Josh Groban is one of the biggest names in music, and he just announced a new tour extension. Much of these dates are with Jennifer Nettles, former lead singer of country group Sugarland. These shows will take Groban across the U.S. and Canada, ensuring that almost all of his North American fans will be able to catch him live and in person if they want. These tickets will go quick, so if you’re interested in seeing him sing, act quickly to make sure that you get the tickets that you want. These tour dates are in support of his newest album, Bridges. Jennifer Lopez: June 7th – July 26th, 2019 Jennifer Lopez has also announced a new list of tour dates. The It’s My Party: The Live Celebration tour promises to be one of the biggest events of the summer. Lopez will be performing at venues across the U.S., starting out West and working her way eastward. She first gained widespread fame in 1999 with her hit song, “If You Had my Love.” As one of the hottest names in pop music for years, it’s always a big deal when J. Lo announces new shows. Whether you’ve been a longtime fan, or you’re just discovering her music, be sure to check out Jenny from the Block on her newest tour dates.
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Tours Announced February 25th, 2019

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Being the first to know about concert dates and tour announcements puts you at a big advantage when it comes to getting the best tickets. Not only will you be one of the first in your area to know when your favorite bands are coming to town, you can get started with the ticket buying process earlier. This will give you time to watch trends and not just get good seats but get them at the most competitive prices.

Here is this week’s roundup when it comes to new concert announcements. Some of these are brand new, while others are additions to already established tours. Either way, this is your place to see what’s new and get a jump on the crowds when it comes to getting the best tickets for you and your friends.

Shawn Mendes: June 12th – September 6th, 2019

Shawn Mendes just announced a whole bunch of new concert dates for the summer of 2019. Tour stops include most of the United States and a good deal of Canadian venues. Mendes hit it big a few years ago with the song “Stitches,” and has continued to gain a large following of fans since then. His current tour is self-titled, but you can bet that he will be playing some of his older hits along with newer releases. It promises to be one of the bigger shows of the summer.

Rob Thomas: March 29th – August 4th, 2019

Rob Thomas, former frontman of Matchbox 20, has definitely seen a spike in his popularity since heading out as a solo artist. His music has taken on a more mature tone and has helped him to gain a following from pop fans alongside the rock and alternative fans that already had been listening to his music. His newest tour dates have him all over the United States, with an emphasis on the East Coast during the last half of his shows. Called the “Chip Tooth Tour,” this might be one of his biggest tours in recent years. If you’ve been a long time fan of Rob Thomas but never seen him, this is your chance to catch him live in action. His shows are always crowd-pleasers.

Five Finger Death Punch: July 11th – July 27th, 2019

Metal group Five Finger Death Punch just announced a small bunch of North American tour dates for the summer. These have the band hitting up the Northeast mainly, but there are also a handful of Midwest and Canadian shows in the mix. FFDP is well known because of their past tours with big names like Breaking Benjamin, Papa Roach, and Shinedown. During past tours with these bands, they’ve gained a large following of their own. This tour is a testament to that. They released their first major album in 2007, and have put out a lot of great music in the years since then. Fans of metal will not want to miss out on this one.

Mana: September 4th – November 27th, 2019

Grammy winner Mana just announced a new 21 date tour for the last portion of 2019. They will be touring mostly the Western and Southwest portion of the U.S., but even this limited tour has already gained a lot of hype. Luckily for the rest of their fans, there are a few dates scheduled for the East Coast and a couple Canadian stops. The group just released their tenth album, titled El Gladiador Mexicano. Fans of the band will definitely want to catch the Rayando el Sol tour if it is going to be stopping near them.

Josh Groban: June 7th – September 6th, 2019

Josh Groban is one of the biggest names in music, and he just announced a new tour extension. Much of these dates are with Jennifer Nettles, former lead singer of country group Sugarland. These shows will take Groban across the U.S. and Canada, ensuring that almost all of his North American fans will be able to catch him live and in person if they want. These tickets will go quick, so if you’re interested in seeing him sing, act quickly to make sure that you get the tickets that you want. These tour dates are in support of his newest album, Bridges.

Jennifer Lopez: June 7th – July 26th, 2019

Jennifer Lopez has also announced a new list of tour dates. The It’s My Party: The Live Celebration tour promises to be one of the biggest events of the summer. Lopez will be performing at venues across the U.S., starting out West and working her way eastward. She first gained widespread fame in 1999 with her hit song, “If You Had my Love.” As one of the hottest names in pop music for years, it’s always a big deal when J. Lo announces new shows. Whether you’ve been a longtime fan, or you’re just discovering her music, be sure to check out Jenny from the Block on her newest tour dates.

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