Tour Dates Articles

Blake Shelton Reveals ‘Friends and Heroes’ 2020 Tour
Country star Blake Shelton is heading out on tour in 2020 with a group of friends and artists who have inspired his career. The 16-date trek will kick-off on February 13, 2020 in Portland, Oregon. From there, he’ll visit cities like Fresno, Glendale, Wichita, and Chicago, making stops along... Read more
Greta Van Fleet Postpones Nashville, Philadelphia Gigs due To Illness
The Grammy Award-winning rockers of Greta Van Fleet were slated to perform to sold-out crowds in Nashville and Philadelphia this week, but had to postpone the gigs while their vocalist recovers from an illness. The Nashville show was set to take place on October 13 at the Municipal Auditorium... Read more
DMX Cancels Upcoming Concerts To Enter Rehab Facility
Rapper DMX has cancelled a handful of upcoming shows while he checks himself into a rehab facility and focuses on his sobriety. He was slated to perform at New York City’s Rolling Loud festival over the weekend and was a no-show at Def Jam’s 35th anniversary party in Brooklyn... Read more
Luke Bryan Reschedules ‘Farm Tour’ Concert In Louisburg
Country star Luke Bryan was slated to perform on his Farm Tour in Louisburg, Kansas earlier this month, but now, the gig has been rescheduled. The show, originally set for October 3, was cancelled since rain made it difficult to unload equipment at MC Farms. While city officials tried... Read more
Metallica To Headline Five Music Festivals Across US In 2020
The iconic heavy-metal rockers of Metallica can be found headlining a handful of U.S. rock festivals next year. The group has been teasing a special announcement over the past week with a countdown clock and mysterious video clip. Then, they revealed the news. Metallica will headline five music festivals,... Read more
Kane Brown Postpones Staples Center Gig After Drummer’s Death
Country star Kane Brown was slated to perform to a sold-out crowd this weekend at Los Angeles’ Staples Center, but the gig was postponed until January after his drummer, Kenny Dixon, died in a car accident. According to Fox17 Nashville, Tennessee Highway Patrol said that Dixon’s car ran off... Read more
Caribou Drops New Song, Tour Announcement
The electronica artist behind Caribou has returned to the scene for the first time in five years. Canadian composer Dan Snaith, the voice and mind behind Caribou, dropped a new single this week dubbed “Home,” his first work since 2014’s Our Love. “I’m always listening to lots of music... Read more
Ozzy Osbourne Postpones Upcoming Shows Amid Health Issues
The Prince of Darkness had to postpone his rescheduled 2020 European tour once again, but assures fans “I’m not dying.” Ozzy Osbourne initially postponed his 2019 European tour after he suffered from an upper respiratory infection which led to pnemonia. He had to postpone his entire 2019 North American... Read more
Lana Del Rey Expands U.S. Tour In Support of New LP
Lana Del Rey, who just announced a tour in support of her latest record, added a new batch of shows to hit more cities across the U.S. later this year. The tour, which was originally set to run from late September to mid-October, has been extended through November. Already,... Read more
Machine Head Plots Massive 25th Anniversary Tour
The classic metal group Machine Head are bringing “three hours of blood, sweat, tears…and life-affirming metal” to cities across North America on tour next year to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Burn My Eyes. Currently, the band is touring across Europe through late December. Their 2020 trek will kick-off... Read more