We Have the Fall Tour Events
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The fall concert season has officially begun. That’s good news for a lot of us who are used to the summer being the peak concert season. This is a preconception that is quickly disappearing as bigger names extend or even launch new tours in the autumn. Who ends up benefitting from this? Why, you and... Read more
The fall concert season has officially begun. That’s good news for a lot of us who are used to the summer being the peak concert season. This is a preconception that is quickly disappearing as bigger names extend or even launch new tours in the autumn. Who ends up benefitting from this? Why, you and me, of course! We get to see a lot of new acts head out on the road, and we get to see a bigger variety of musicians at the same time. There are a lot more concert opportunities for us fans than ever before. Don’t know where to start? We’ve got you covered. Here are the newest concert and tour updates from the last week. But don’t forget that this is just a sampling. Head over to our listings page to see who’s on tour and what concert tickets are now available so you don’t miss out on your chance to grab the best seats to the hottest new concerts. Lana Del Rey: November 3rd – November 19th Lana Del Rey just announced that she will be extending her North American tour with 11 more dates in early November. This is big news for her fans that missed her on her last swing through the U.S. Some of the cities include Denver, Chicago, and Omaha. Her popularity has been fueled by songs like “Born to Die” and “Video Games.” This is your chance to see her live if you missed her last time. The Grammy nominee has seen a lot of success in recent years and this extra leg promises to be huge. Although she might not be joined by some of the big names that she’s played within the past like Courtney Love, The Weeknd, and Stevie Nicks, Lana Del Rey continues to be a big crowd draw. Check out what tickets are still left so you don’t miss out on this awesome opportunity. Andrew McMahon: December 3rd – December 20th, 2019 The Winter in the Wilderness tour is set to kick off with Andrew McMahon leading the way on vocals. He’ll be hitting up a number of cities like Orlando, Los Angeles, and Asbury Park, NJ. McMahon released his first album in 2013 and has made great leaps in popularity in the years since then. His third album, Upside Down Flowers, came out toward the end of 2018, and a lot of his fans believe that this brief tour is going to be followed up by another album announcement. What that might be, no one is really sure yet, but it’s definitely a possibility. Either way, fans of his music will want to check out ticket availability to make sure that they don’t miss this chance to see him play live. The Eagles: February 7th – April 18th, 2020 The Eagles are one of the legendary names in classic rock, and they’ll be heading out on tour next year to commemorate their epic Hotel California album. On this tour, they plan on playing the entire album from start to end in a live setting. This tour will only hit up six cities, and seating will be incredibly limited even though the shows will be held at some of the biggest stadiums out there. Madison Square Garden in New York, the Chase Center in San Francisco, and Houston’s Toyota Center are among those stadiums that were selected for this amazing concert series. The Eagles have been a major force in the world of rock for decades and have amassed millions of fans during those years. This tour is a once in a lifetime experience, so be sure to check out what tickets we have available so that you don’t miss your shot to see them play one more time. G Love & Special Sauce: November 9th, 2019 – February 4th, 2020 Alternative group G. Love & Special Sauce will be touring throughout the fall and winter in a huge North American tour. G. Love has been a fan favorite since they burst onto the scene in the 90s. In the couple decades since then they have released a huge variety of music, securing fans of all ages for themselves. They even have a new album coming out in early 2020, which this tour will be in support of. The Juice is scheduled to come out in mid-January, so G. Love fans have been eagerly anticipating this tour to get a glimpse of what will be on the album. You can also expect to hear some of the classics at these shows, too. If you’ve never seen G. Love before, you’re really missing out. This set of shows will be amazing, so be sure that you grab tickets early. You don’t want to miss out on your shot to see one of the biggest alt rockers of all time perform. Other Artists to Watch Miranda Lambert has a new album coming out in a couple of weeks. She’s been one of the top country performers for years and this new album should be big. We plan on seeing another tour announcement coming from her pretty soon, which is likely to be even bigger than the new album. The legendary Celine Dion also has a new album coming out. She’s been out on tour recently, but we expect to see her go around for another round if this album proves to be as successful as it is anticipated to be.
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We Have the Fall Tour Events

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The fall concert season has officially begun. That’s good news for a lot of us who are used to the summer being the peak concert season. This is a preconception that is quickly disappearing as bigger names extend or even launch new tours in the autumn.

Who ends up benefitting from this? Why, you and me, of course! We get to see a lot of new acts head out on the road, and we get to see a bigger variety of musicians at the same time. There are a lot more concert opportunities for us fans than ever before.

Don’t know where to start? We’ve got you covered. Here are the newest concert and tour updates from the last week. But don’t forget that this is just a sampling. Head over to our listings page to see who’s on tour and what concert tickets are now available so you don’t miss out on your chance to grab the best seats to the hottest new concerts.

Lana Del Rey: November 3rd – November 19th

Lana Del Rey just announced that she will be extending her North American tour with 11 more dates in early November. This is big news for her fans that missed her on her last swing through the U.S. Some of the cities include Denver, Chicago, and Omaha. Her popularity has been fueled by songs like “Born to Die” and “Video Games.” This is your chance to see her live if you missed her last time. The Grammy nominee has seen a lot of success in recent years and this extra leg promises to be huge. Although she might not be joined by some of the big names that she’s played within the past like Courtney Love, The Weeknd, and Stevie Nicks, Lana Del Rey continues to be a big crowd draw. Check out what tickets are still left so you don’t miss out on this awesome opportunity.

Andrew McMahon: December 3rd – December 20th, 2019

The Winter in the Wilderness tour is set to kick off with Andrew McMahon leading the way on vocals. He’ll be hitting up a number of cities like Orlando, Los Angeles, and Asbury Park, NJ. McMahon released his first album in 2013 and has made great leaps in popularity in the years since then. His third album, Upside Down Flowers, came out toward the end of 2018, and a lot of his fans believe that this brief tour is going to be followed up by another album announcement. What that might be, no one is really sure yet, but it’s definitely a possibility. Either way, fans of his music will want to check out ticket availability to make sure that they don’t miss this chance to see him play live.

The Eagles: February 7th – April 18th, 2020

The Eagles are one of the legendary names in classic rock, and they’ll be heading out on tour next year to commemorate their epic Hotel California album. On this tour, they plan on playing the entire album from start to end in a live setting. This tour will only hit up six cities, and seating will be incredibly limited even though the shows will be held at some of the biggest stadiums out there. Madison Square Garden in New York, the Chase Center in San Francisco, and Houston’s Toyota Center are among those stadiums that were selected for this amazing concert series. The Eagles have been a major force in the world of rock for decades and have amassed millions of fans during those years. This tour is a once in a lifetime experience, so be sure to check out what tickets we have available so that you don’t miss your shot to see them play one more time.

G Love & Special Sauce: November 9th, 2019 – February 4th, 2020

Alternative group G. Love & Special Sauce will be touring throughout the fall and winter in a huge North American tour. G. Love has been a fan favorite since they burst onto the scene in the 90s. In the couple decades since then they have released a huge variety of music, securing fans of all ages for themselves. They even have a new album coming out in early 2020, which this tour will be in support of. The Juice is scheduled to come out in mid-January, so G. Love fans have been eagerly anticipating this tour to get a glimpse of what will be on the album. You can also expect to hear some of the classics at these shows, too. If you’ve never seen G. Love before, you’re really missing out. This set of shows will be amazing, so be sure that you grab tickets early. You don’t want to miss out on your shot to see one of the biggest alt rockers of all time perform.

Other Artists to Watch

Miranda Lambert has a new album coming out in a couple of weeks. She’s been one of the top country performers for years and this new album should be big. We plan on seeing another tour announcement coming from her pretty soon, which is likely to be even bigger than the new album.

The legendary Celine Dion also has a new album coming out. She’s been out on tour recently, but we expect to see her go around for another round if this album proves to be as successful as it is anticipated to be.

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