Updates from the Miley Cyrus tour and more Aerosmith postponements snagged the top headlines in the daily tour recap for July 7, as compiled by TicketNews.
Auction site eBay has pulled all tickets for Disney princess Miley Cyrus from its site because the listings violate its presale policy, according to a company spokesperson. Meanwhile, Aerosmith has postponed two more concerts with ZZ Top due to an injury sustained by singer Steven Tyler.
Singer-songwriter Jason Mraz is still a couple weeks away from launching his summer tour, but the performer has already added a second leg of concert dates for fall. In other news, Richie Havens was the main attraction at a Woodstock anniversary concert that took place in New Jersey over the Fourth of July weekend.
Those are the complete reports for this Tuesday, but read on for more of the day’s concert and tour updates in brief:
Jamie Foxx has expanded his Blame It Tour itinerary further into the fall with some additional dates in September and October. The actor and singer has new gigs lined up for September 4 at Boutwell Auditorium in Birmingham, AL; September 18 at Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, SC; September 20 at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, TX; and October 25 at Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, CA. Foxx’s tour resumes July 9 at BOK Center in Tulsa, OK, and has nearly 40 dates on the upcoming schedule.
Yes is in the midst of a summer North American tour with prog-rock partners Asia. But later this year the veteran musicians will also complete a brief tour of the UK. The late fall trek picks up November 16 at Symphony Hall in Birmingham and ends November 23 at Colston Hall in Bristol. The rest of the itinerary is filled in with shows on November 17 at Apollo Hammersmith in London, November 19 at Usher Hall in Edinburgh, November 20 at City Hall in Newcastle, and November 22 at the Apollo in Manchester. Yes will hit the stage next for a July 7 show at Gibson Amphitheater in Universal City, CA.
Bring Me The Horizon is teaming up with fellow metalcore band Every Time I Die for a 30-date tour of North America in early fall. The outing begins September 8 at Epic Center in Minneapolis, MN, and closes on October 11 at Water St. Music Hall in Rochester, NY. Both bands will also stop along the way for gigs on September 9 at the House of Blues in Chicago, IL; September 16 at Regency Center in San Francisco, CA; September 26 at the House of Blues in New Orleans, LA; and October 7 at the Fillmore in New York, NY. Canadian concerts are slated for October 8 at Metropolis in Montreal, QC, and October 9 at Kool Haus in Toronto, ON.
Brandi Carlile has just recently announced a nearly 30-city tour of the U.S. this fall. The run opens September 10 at The Depot in Salt Lake City, UT, and ends October 24 at The Paramount in Seattle, WA. The songstress is also slated for performances on September 15 at The Pageant in St. Louis, MO; September 25 at the House of Blues in Chicago, IL; October 3 at Beacon Theater in New York City, NY; October 10 at Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA; and October 17 at The Wiltern in Los Angeles, CA, among other dates. Supporting acts include Angel Taylor, Katie Herzig, and Indigo Girls member Amy Ray.
Clint Black has a busy schedule set for the remainder of 2009 with nearly 30 North American concerts booked from July through November. These lengthy touring plans include a few new dates that have cropped up on the country crooner’s itinerary for later in the year. The most recently confirmed gigs are set for September 27 at Club Regent Casino in Winnipeg, MB; September 28 at Casino Regina Show Lounge in Regina, SK; and October 31 at Isle of Capri Casino in Westlake, LA. Black’s next performance is July 11 at Craven Country Jamboree in Craven, SK.