Arizona Venue To Hold First Large-Scale Concert With Health Certification
As more and more concertgoers are itching to get back to live events, concerts are slowly popping-up across the country. Now, Arizona is set to hold its first large-scale concert amid the coronavirus pandemic. The concert, hosted by Relentless Beats titled The Road Rave, will be held this Friday,... Read more
Dave Matthews, The Lumineers Lead Colorado Benefit Lineup
Top musical acts are taking part in a special virtual benefit concert this weekend to raise funds for musicians struggling amid the coronavirus pandemic. The three-hour livestream concert, presented by Breckenridge Brewery, is dubbed Banding Together: A Concert For The Colorado Music Relief Fund. It will take place this... Read more
Venue Owner Vows To Hold Protest Concert Despite Shutdown Order
Despite a ban on mass gatherings across the state, a concert is planned for this weekend in Utah, which is expected to bring in hundreds – maybe thousands – of people. Jason Manning, who owns The Amphitheater at Studio Ranch in Grantsville, is lending his venue for the event,... Read more
LA’s Greek Theatre Cancels Summer Concert Season
Los Angeles’ Greek Theatre has followed suite of the Hollywood Bowl, announcing that all shows at Griffith Park Amphitheater through October are either cancelled or postponed. This will be the first time in 90 years that the venue had to cancel its 2020 season “in conformance with State, County... Read more
Pearl Jam Lead Washington Benefit Concert Lineup
Seattle-based stars like Pearl Jam, Macklemore, Ciara and more are teaming up for a benefit concert supporting those most impacted by the coronavirus throughout Washington state. The event – dubbed “All In WA” – will also feature the likes of Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, comic Joel McHale, Death Cab... Read more
Breaking Benjamin Calls-Off 2020 Tour Dates With Bush
The hard-rockers of Breaking Benjamin had to cancel their forthcoming tour dates this summer out of safety precautions. Breaking Benjamin were slated to kick-off the summer run with Bush, Theory of a Deadman, Saint Asonia, and Cory Marks starting July 15. From there, they would have stopped in Holmdel,... Read more
New Zealand To Hold First Socially Distant Shows This Weekend
The current pandemic has impacted New Zealand’s entertainment industry, but shows will soon resume. Live Nation New Zealand is experimenting with the country’s first socially distant shows to revive the industry post-coronavirus. Two shows this weekend will make up the “Together Again” concert series held at The Tuning Fork... Read more
Shinedown Cancels 2020 Deep Dive Tour
The rockers of Shinedown will no longer head out on their Deep Dive tour this summer, presenting their greatest hits, amid the coronavirus pandemic. Shinedown was originally slated to tour from August through September, however, they had to cancel the trek due to ongoing health concerns. While they had... Read more
Alan Jackson Announces Alabama Drive-In Concerts
Alan Jackson is getting in on the newest concert trend. The iconic country singer has announced a pair of drive-in shows in Alabama next weekend while traditional concerts have been upended in the wake of the coronavirus. Jackson will launch his “Small Town Drive-In” series June 5 perform at... Read more
The Doobie Brothers Reschedule 50th Anniversary Tour
The Doobie Brothers have postponed their 50th anniversary tour due to the coronavirus. The anticipated summer trek was set to kick off next month and bring the rockers to more than two dozen North American cities. Its new itinerary starts July 17, 2021 in West Palm Beach and runs... Read more