Artists Jake Owen, Cole Swindell Added To 2018 CMA Fest Lineup
The CMA Music festival, set to take place in Nashville this June, has announced two new additions to their stadium lineup: Jake Owen and Cole Swindell. Swindell and Owen will join the list of established artists performing throughout the four-day festival, including Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Blake Shelton, and... Read more
Detroit’s Majestic Theatre To Receive $1 Million Upgrade, Partners With AEG
Detroit, Michigan’s historic music venue Majestic Theatre will host hundreds of new shows thanks to a $1 million upgrade and a partnership with the concert giant AEG. This three-phase renovation project will upgrade  the concert hall, stage curtains, sound system, the first-floor cafe, and concert ceilings in the venue,... Read more
Future, Rae Sremmurd To Headline Billboard Hot 100 Fest
The fourth annual Billboard Hot 100 Festival is approaching, which includes DJ Snake, Future, Rae Sremmurd, and a surprise female act as headliners. The two-day festival, produced by Live Nation and Billboard, will return to Long Island’s Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater on August 18 and 19. “Each year... Read more
Carly Rae Jepsen Added To Lollapalooza Lineup, Replaces Jessie Ware
Canadian singer-songwriter and popstar Carly Rae Jepsen was just added to this year’s Lollapalooza music festival lineup, replacing Jessie Ware. Due to “unforseen circumstances,” Ware will not longer take the stage, but the festival was quick to announce Jepsen to take her spot. Lollapalooza is set to commence this... Read more
Salt-N-Pepa Announce First Hip-Hop Residency In Las Vegas
The legendary duo Salt-N-Pepa have announced a residency in Las Vegas – which is the first hip-hop residency to commence in the city. They announced the news on the talk show The Real, claiming that the shows would take place on the Las Vegas strip and would begin around Labor... Read more
Justin Timberlake Delays European Tour Dates, Cancels Shows In UK
Justin Timberlake, who is currently on his Man Of The Woods Tour, will kick-off the European shows a little later than expected, and has cancelled three shows in the UK. The popstar was set to begin the European leg of the tour on June 22 in Paris, however, he... Read more
Roof Repairs Postpone Parliament, Brian McKnight, Blackberry Smoke And more in Portsmouth
While roof repairs are made to the Union Bank & Trust Pavilion in Portsmouth, Virginia, a slew of concerts have been rescheduled or moved to other venues. George Clinton’s final tour with Parliament-Funkadelic, dubbed “May The Funk Be With You,” has been rescheduled, and is not set to take... Read more
Summer 2018 Music Festival Roundup: Warped, Lollapalooza, & More
Summer is almost here, which means that it’s time to bask in the sun, adventure, forget about responsibilities (just a little bit), and most of all, prepare for the best part of the year: music festival season. This year’s list of festivals will not disappoint; some of the top... Read more
Parkway Drive Announce Australian Tour In Support Of ‘Reverence’
In support of their latest record, the Byron Bay metalcore band Parkway Drive have announced an Australian tour with Killswitch Engage and The Art Is Murder. The seven-date tour will kick-off this fall, starting in Canberra on October 25. Shows will follow in Sydney, Newcastle, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, and... Read more
Bob Seger Reveals New Postponed Tour Dates After Emergency Hiatus
Detroit rocker Bob Seger had to abandon his tour with the Silver Bullet Band last year after finding out he needed emergency spinal surgery, but 13 months later, he is back and the postponed dates have been announced. Last fall during the third week of his tour, the singer,... Read more