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Rick Ross is hitting the road for a 23 stop tour across the United States starting Friday, November 2 in Columbus, Ohio and wrapping up on December 2 in San Diego, California.
This is the first headlining tour for producer and rapper Ross. The MMG Tour will span from coast to coast touching down in New Orleans, LA; Austin, TX; Baltimore, MD; Indianapolis, IN; Tuscon, AZ; and Sacramento, CA among others.
The Jonas Brothers recently announced two concerts at the historic Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles. The newly scheduled dates are November 27 and 28. After an outstanding sold out show at New York City's Radio City Music Hall on October 11, 2011, the Jonas Brothers are excited to put on more United States shows.
The Radio City Music Hall show was a reunion show for the brothers and it was also a celebration of the good things to come for them as a group. The boy band took a little break two years ago in 2010 to pursue their individual interests, except for their appearance at "Disney's Concert For Hope" in the Spring of 2011.
Fun. will kick off 2013 with a short U.S. tour including stops at eleven venues between late January and most of February. Based on their most recent tour, the group will hit the stage with high energy and fun for everyone in attendance.
The tour is scheduled to begin on January 23 in Saint Paul, Minnesota at the Roy Wilkins Auditorium. Stops along we way include: DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C. on January 31; The Orpheum in Boston, Massachusetts on February 1; The Paramount Theatre in Seattle, Washington on February 5; and the Bayou Music Center in Houston, Texas on February 13. The tour will wrap up on February 16 at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee.
In a move being described as a means to ensure fans are the ones purchasing and using their season tickets, the Chicago Cubs have announced that the club will be revoking nearly 1,000 season tickets from about 40 customers following allegations that those individuals were scalping their tickets.
With a waiting list of nearly 115,000, Chicago Cubs season tickets remain some of the most sought after tickets, despite the team's failure to win a World Series since 1908 and the team's dismal finish to the 2012 baseball season, which saw the Cubs possess the second worst record in all of baseball. The Cubs may be known as the "Loveable Losers," but tickets to individual games routinely sell out and are routinely resold on the secondary market.
Taylor Swift will be hitting the road across the United States and Canada early next year for a large tour supporting her fourth studio-length album, "Red" which was released on October 22. Swift made the announcement last Friday on ABC News' primetime television special "All Access Nashville with Katie Couric – A Special Edition of 20/20."
The Red tour will be hitting 58 venues across North American throughout the spring and summer of 2013. Swift will kick off the tour on March 13 in Omaha, Nebraska. Along the way Swift will make stops in cities including Miami, Houston, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, and Chicago, as well as three Canadian provinces. Taylor and company will wrap up the tour with three consecutive nights of performances in Nashville, Tennessee on September 19, 20 and 21.
Earlier this week, pop-rock band Maroon 5 announced dates for a 2013 North American tour. The 31-date tour is planned to kick off on February 13, and circle around the United States and into Canada before wrapping up on April 6.
"This is our biggest tour yet," lead singer Adam Levine said in a video message the band posted via a link on their twitter the day the tour was announced. "Anybody who has seen a Maroon 5 show, even those people are going to be blown away by what we're doing now because we really feel this calling to put on the best show we've ever put on…We feel like we've had this resurgence, this kind of second life where we're pushing ourselves that much harder now to make the best concert experience... it's certainly going to be something we want the whole world to see."
Country superstar Jason Aldean announced on October 18 that he will perform at a few well-known, historic baseball stadiums as part of his 2013 North American Night Train tour in support of his latest album by the same name.
Aldean will perform at University of Georgia's Sanford Stadium on April 13, at Boston's Fenway Park on July 13, and at Chicago's Wrigley Field on July 20. According to Examiner.com, the three stadium stops are the only dates that have been released for next year's tour.
This year's MLB World Series comes down to the Detroit Tigers and the San Francisco Giants. Aside from making it this far, both teams have had very different playoff runs, and this will mark the first time in baseball history that the two have faced each other in the postseason. The 2012 World Series is scheduled to begin with Game 1 on Wednesday, October 24, at 8:00 p.m.
The Detroit Tigers will take the field Wednesday for the first time in almost a week since sweeping the New York Yankees in the American League Championship Series. The Tigers should be well-rested to face the Giants, but fans are probably hoping that they haven't lost their edge. According to Sports Illustrated, this is the fourth World Series matchup in which one of the teams swept their Championship Series and the other played all seven games of theirs. "In every case the team that had far more rest lost Game 1, and lost the World Series in four or five games."
New York City's Z100 will host some of the biggest names in music for the 2012 Jingle Ball including One Direction, Justin Bieber , and Taylor Swift among others. The concert is set to take place December 7 in the heart of Manhattan at Madison Square Garden.
Z100 is known for putting together a star-studded lineup for its annual event. The 2010 Jingle Ball was headlined by Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, B.o.B, and Bruno Mars while last 2011's event was lead by Lady Gaga, Pitbull, and Kelly Clarkson.
Well-known comedian and ventriloquist, Jeff Dunham recently announced dates for a 2012-2013 Disorderly Conduct Standup Comedy Tour. Dunham's brigade of puppets will join him on the road for the long tour beginning at the end of November and continuing into early 2013. The tour will bring Dunham to audiences across North America.
The Disorderly Conduct Tour is set to kick off in Lethbridge, Canada at the Enmax Centre on November 1. Dunham is scheduled to stop at six other venues in Canada before heading to the United States. The U.S. portion of the tour will start at the Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort in Mount Pleasant, Michigan on Saturday, November 24. The tour will make over 40 stops across the country before wrapping up at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas on Sunday, April 14.