International plans for singer Michael Buble and the latest in the Garth Brooks ticket saga top the daily tour recap for October 29, as...

International plans for singer Michael Buble and the latest in the Garth Brooks ticket saga top the daily tour recap for October 29, as compiled by TicketNews.

Ticket brokers are moving to comply with the restrictions set up by the Wynn Las Vegas when it comes to Garth Brooks tickets. For many, that means not buying or selling tickets for the iconic country performer’s sold out 20-date run at all. A couple Las Vegas-area brokers spoke to TicketNews about the implications — and the disappointment of their customers. Read the full story here.

That’s the top concert report for this Thursday, but many other updates are happening elsewhere in the touring world. Read on for other artist itinerary updates outlined in brief below:

Michael Bublé topped the Billboard 200 with his latest album “Crazy Love” this year, and next year he’ll be overseas on a spring tour of Europe. The Canadian vocalist has 17 performances booked at this point, starting out on May 6 at Sheffield Arena in Sheffield, ENG, and wrapping up on June 1 at Color Line arena in Hamburg, GER. Along the way, he’ll take the stage at some of Europe’s most renowned arenas, including gigs on May 8 at SECC in Glasgow, SCO; May 15 at The 02 in London, ENG; May 18 at Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy in Paris, FRA; May 25 at Olympiahalle in Munich, GER; and May 30 at Sportpaleis Antwerpen in Merksem, BEL.

Jo Dee Messina will be launching her latest U.S. concert schedule in a week. Her first performance for the late fall jaunt will be November 5 at Ikeda Theatre in Mesa, AZ, followed by a dozen more dates, including her closing November 27-29 run at Atlantic Casino Resort in Reno, NV. Some of Messina’s other planned gigs are set for November 9 at the House of Blues in Las Vegas, NV; November 12 at Eagle Mountain Casino in Porterville, CA; and November 15 at Roschel Performing Arts Center in Lancaster, PA.

Papa Roach originally planned to perform through mid-November this fall, but the hard rock crew’s itinerary will now keep them on the road through December with some additional American show dates. The latest round of dates will pick up on November 16 at The Bottling Co. in Hattiesburg, MS, with the band continuing to perform across the nation through December 13 at a radio station holiday show at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, MO. Papa Roach’s year-end calendar also includes shows on November 25 at the Grove in Anaheim, CA; November 28 at the House of Blues in San Diego, CA; December 5 at the Bank of Kentucky Center in Highland Heights, KY; and December 8 at Broome County Arena in Bingham, NY.

Company of Thieves have new plans for a batch of late year U.S. concerts, including a run with Annuals and a handful of solo dates. The updated itinerary picks up with a November 17 concert with Annuals at The Nick in Birmingham, AL, and ends with a December 14 gig at Port City Music Hall in Portland, ME. Other dates on the calendar include shows on November 20 at The Masquerade in Atlanta, GA; December 1 at The Basement in Columbus, OH; December 6 at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York, NY; and December 11 at Club Hell in Providence, RI.

Pat Green will be on the road through the end of November and again in the New Year as he completes his current 2009-2010 tour itinerary. His next performance is October 30 at Moody Gardens in Galveston, TX, and continues through November 21 at Revolution Music Room in Little Rock, AR. Next year, the country musician has at least eight concerts inked onto his calendar, beginning with a January 28-29 stand at Granada Theatre in Lawrence, KS, and ending March 6 at 9:30 Club in Washington, DC. Some of his other upcoming performances include a February 25 gig at Variety Playhouse in Atlanta, GA, and a February 27 set at Terminal 5 in New York, NY.