Tour announcements from Bruce Springsteen and Kings of Leon are in the mix for the daily tour recap for June 2, as compiled by TicketNews.
After his three fall performances at Giants Stadium sold out in a matter of hours, Bruce Springsteen announced the addition of two more shows at the venue with The E Street Band. More concerts have also been unveiled for rock band Kings of Leon, which unveiled about 15 new dates this fall for nearly 30 shows in all.
Progressive metal band Queensrÿche added a new batch of dates onto the American Soldier Tour, set to continue through November. Finally, those hoping to attend the Bridgeview MusicFest at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, IL, can expect to see low ticket prices for the two-day event. Single day tickets are $10, with two-day ducats coming in at $15.
Those are the complete reports from TicketNews for this Tuesday. Read on for other highlights from the day’s concert and tour updates in brief:
Bob Dylan will take the stage with a couple new concerts during his upcoming summer tour of North America. A new performance has been added on August 8 at Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock, TX. A second date pushes out the tour another day and acts as the final destination for Dylan and his touring partners. That show is inked for August 16 at Harveys Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena in Stateline, NV. Dylan’s next performance is coming up on July 1 at Summerfest at Marcus Amphitheater in Milwaukee, WI.
Fleetwood Mac, currently on tour in North America, will also tour the UK and Ireland later this year as a part of the group’s Unleashed Tour plans. The UK jaunt stands at five dates so far, from October 22 at S.E.C.C. in Glasgow, SCO, through November 3 at The NIA in Birmingham, ENG. A sixth date in Ireland has also been confirmed on October 24 at The O2 in Dublin. In addition to all these new plans, Fleetwood Mac is also stretching its North American trek with at least two new shows in Canada on June 23 at Pengrowth Saddledome in Calgary, AB, and June 24 at Rexall Place in Edmonton, AB.
Thriving Ivory has announced plans for a new 14-date tour this summer. The outing will begin June 20 at The Maruqee in Tulsa, OK, and end July 21 at Mohawk Place in Buffalo, NY. Along the way, the band will perform on June 25 at Rex Theatre in Pittsburgh, PA; June 30 at The dame in Lexington, KY; July 8 at Neighborhood Theatre in Charlotte, NC; and July 15 at Webster Underground in Hartford, CT, among other dates. Thriving Ivory will next appear on June 6 at the Fly 92.3 Summerjam concert in Saratoga Springs, NY.
a-ha is bringing a blast of the ’80s to the present with its fall tour of Europe. Nine dates are confirmed so far, ranging from October 27 at Lanxess Arena in Cologne, GER, through a November 6-7 stand at Oslo Spektrum Arena ANS in Oslo, NOR. Other stops on the itinerary include an October 28 performance at O2 World in Berlin, GER, a November 2 show at The NIA in Birmningham, ENG, and a November 4 concert at The O2 Arena in London, ENG.
Muse has announced nearly 30 concert dates for the upcoming Resistence Tour of Europe this fall. The trek begins October 22 at Hartwall Arena in Helsinki, FIN, and wraps December 4 at Pala Olimpico in Turin, ITA. Along the way, the band will stop for shows on November 2 at Sportpaleis in Antwerp, BEL; November 12-13 at The O2 Arena in London, ENG; November 17 at Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy in Paris, FRA; November 27 at Olympic Arena in Barcelona, SPA; and December 2 at Zenith in Dijon, FRA.