Who doesn’t love checking out their favorite bands live? The summer and the fall look like they will have several awesome shows, including a few new ones that were announced this past week. Here, we’ve listed some of the biggest and most exciting concert announcements from the last few days so that you can stay ahead of the game and give yourself the best chance to find the ideal tickets.
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Game of Thrones: September 5th – October 5th, 2019
We have all heard of the hit HBO television show, Game of Thrones. This fall, get ready to experience the music from the show live. The Live Concert Experience is set to tour across North America with 25 different dates set up. The show will kick off in Syracuse, New York, and then move westward across the country. This will largely be a classical music tour, and even though this isn’t necessarily the most popular type of music, this might be the perfect introduction to classical music for the average fan of the show. If you’re a fan of the show, this will be a night of fun, music, and your favorite memories from Game of Thrones. Check out our ticket listings to see what’s available today.
Nick Cave: September 20th – October 15th, 2019
Nick Cave, the Australian rock legend well known for playing with the Bad Seeds, just announced a small North American tour for the coming fall. This will be an exclusive and intimate set of shows, including a Question and Answer session within the scope of each set. The interesting twist for this mini-tour is that Cave will be playing the piano while performing a sampling of his hits. For fans of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, this will be a once in a lifetime event. The show kicks off at the Lincoln Theatre in Washington, D.C. and will be concluding in Los Angeles, California. This is one of those shows that will be tough to find tickets for, so move fast if this is something that’s of interest to you.
Madonna: September 12th – November 25th, 2019
Madonna just released some of the first songs from her newest album, Madame X. This new tour is in support of that album and it promises to be huge. Madonna has been one of the biggest names in music since she broke onto the scene in the 1980s, and she has one of the biggest followings of fans of any musician out there. Only three cities will be visited during this tour—New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. However, each city will see multiple shows and they are all likely to sell out. If you’re looking for tickets, you will need to move fast. If you find good seats, it’s likely that they will not last for long. Fans of her music have been waiting for an event like this for years, and tickets will be hot items, regardless of which of these shows you’re planning on going to see.
GOT7: June 27th – July 10th, 2019
GOT7 is one of the big names in K-Pop music. Korean pop music has begun to come alive in the U.S., and this leg of their massive world tour will be a good way to help K-Pop continue to grow in popularity. The Keep Spinning tour is going to be huge, and even though the U.S. leg is small compared to the rest of the show, you can bet that these few dates will be popular. They will first hit up Newark, New Jersey, and work their way across the U.S., and they’ll even have one show in Canada. The final U.S. date will be in Oakland, California. If you’ve never seen GOT7, this is worth seeing. And if you’ve never heard GOT7, what are you waiting for? K-Pop is fun, energetic, and exciting. Some of their songs are in Korean, and others are in English. Either way, this promises to be a huge tour.
Bad Religion: June 9th – October 12th, 2019
Bad Religion is a huge name in punk rock, and the veteran stars will be heading out on a summer-long tour soon. They even have a new album coming out, called Age of Unreason. Fans of punk will be flocking to these shows, making tickets tough to come by. If you’re a fan, move quickly to grab your tickets. This might not be the type of Bad Religion show that you remember from 20 years ago, but it will be high energy, fun show. Both old and new fans will come together to rock out at these shows—don’t miss out.