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Pop star Ariana Grande has announced her first North American headlining tour. The Honeymoon Tour will kick off on February 25, 2015 in Kansas City and will stop in 25 cities before wrapping up in Vancouver on April 16.
Fall will be an exciting season for Usher fans! After announcing plans for a tour last week, Usher has revealed a full list of cities that he’ll be stopping through starting in November. Along with the fall tour, Usher is also slated to release his eighth album.
2012 American Idol winner Phillip Phillips has a busy fall ahead of him, with nearly 40 concert dates scheduled September-December. This announcement from the pop-rock/folk-rock singer and guitarist comes after a summer tour with O.A.R., a series that followed the release of his second album, Behind the Light, in May, which includes singles “Raging Fire” and “Unpack Your Heart”.
Country sweetheart Kacey Musgraves has announced that she will hit the road in the fall on her first headlining tour. The Same Tour Different Trailer outing will kick off in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Sept. 25 and will run through mid-October.
Folk-country rockers John and Jacob will join Musgraves on the 10-stop tour, which will wrap up in Savannah, Georgia on October 19.
Rock band O.A.R. has announced several shows for this fall, a series called The Rockville LP Tour. The tour is set to begin November 14 and ranges through November 29.
Singer Cee Lo Green had planned to make his first trip to Israel to perform in Jerusalem August 19, however this show has now been called off. Israeli show promoter Carmi D.
Pop-punk band 5 Seconds of Summer released their first full-length, self-titled album with a bang, topping the Billboard albums chart in its first week.
Canadian dance-punk duo, Death from Above 1979, have announced that they will release a new album and embark on a fall world tour. The Toronto-based band has not released an album in over ten years.
Country music superstar Garth Brooks has announced an upcoming world tour in conjunction with a new album release. Brooks announced the upcoming tour will kick off on Sept. 4 just outside of Chicago, a market he has not played in 17 years.