Pop powerhouse Charli XCX and recently-reunited alternative heroes Motion City Soundtrack are among artists releasing tickets on Wednesday. Presales to Charli XCX’s upcoming tour in support of her forthcoming album will start to hit the market tomorrow, with stops to her Los Angeles, Oakland and Vancouver concerts available on presale. Motion City Soundtrack’s first shows since their 2016 breakup will take place in January 2020, with presales starting tomorrow as well.
Some international soccer matchups will also release tickets tomorrow. The San Jose Earthquakes and Real Valladolid CF will face off for the first time ever on the Earthquakes’ turf next month; fans can pick up tickets to that matchup tomorrow, along with Canada’s Men’s National Team games versus the USA and Cuba as part of the CONCACAF Nations League’s inaugural season. Additional sports with tickets up-for-grabs Wednesday include Ball State University’s Cardinals August face-off against Indiana University’s Hoosiers and WWE’s Monday Night Raw taping in St. Paul.
SNL comedian Leslie Jones’ Washington, D.C. stand-up shows will have tickets available tomorrow, as will Willie Nelson and Family’s Las Vegas performances, Blake Shelton’s Durant show and An Evening with the Celebrity Housewives at Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City.
EDM artists Nghtmre, Slander, Seven Lions and The Glitch Mob are teaming up for the Alchemy tour this fall. Presale tickets will hit the market tomorrow, along with Glitch Mob meet-and-greet upgrade opportunities. Several other tours will release presale tickets on Wednesday including Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke’s Los Angeles, Laval and Toronto concerts, country singer Chase Rice’s AM/PM tour, Alberta Ballet’s Unleashed performances, metal band In This Moment’s Charlotte, New Haven and Philadelphia stops on their Mother’s House of Horror tour and country darling Trisha Yearwood’s Every Girl tour.
Check out our full breakdown of tickets on sale Wednesday below.
*Sale information is subject to change and presented for informational purposes. Presales may require access passwords to purchase. As always, it is best to contact the venue or ticket retailer to confirm any and all details before purchase.
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