The triple bill of rockers Collective Soul, veteran alt-rockers Live and long-running jam band Blues Traveler will hit the amphitheatre circuit this summer beginning July 4 at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO. The tour is scheduled to run through August 17 at Chastain Park Amphitheatre in Atlanta, GA,... Read more
Due to overwhelming demand, Built to Spill has decided to extend their summer tour with new dates beginning this weekend in Lawrence, KS. More dates might be added later. The band is supporting its most recent album, “You In Reverse,” and the new summer dates follow the band’s 25-date... Read more
In addition to the five festival appearances he previously announced, former Phish bassist Mike Gordon has added 21 headlining club dates to his upcoming tour. The full tour starts on June 30 in Northhampton, MA and winds down on September 7 in Boston, MA. Gordon will be touring in... Read more
Jam band Railroad Earth kicked off its new tour this week in Asheville, NC in support of its new album “Amen Corner,” a collection of crisp and crafted roots, bluegrass, and acoustic songs, to be released on June 10. The band is touring all summer through September 27 in... Read more
Death Cab For Cutie, whose acclaimed new album “Narrow Stairs” made a stunning debut atop the Billboard 200 chart a few weeks ago, will spend its summer touring North America and beyond, with live dates currently scheduled for this month through a pair of mid-August performances at Japan’s annual... Read more
The Police tour has been extended but not with a new series of concerts. Instead of ending the trek on August 5 in Wantagh, NY, the trio will perform at Madison Square Garden on August 7 in a benefit for Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) stations in the metropolitan New... Read more
Tennessee-based Paramore has booked an extensive world tour that started June 2 in Dublin, Ireland and includes 12 European shows, concluding June 18 in Paris, France. The band returns to the U.S. to play Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI on June 30 and then five dates on the main stage... Read more
The on-again, off-again Van Halen reunion tour wound up grossing more that $93 million for 74 concerts, according to Billboard BoxScore. The Live Nation-promoted tour ended June 2 in Grand Rapids, MI, and the band played to close to 1 million people. This marked the first Van Halen tour... Read more
The inaugural Slow Food Rocks music festival will be held August 30-31 during the inaugural Slow Food Nation ’08 event, the largest ever celebration to raise awareness for creating a sustainable food system in America. Slow Food Nation will be held August 29-September 1 at the Great Meadow at... Read more
Billy Bragg, nicknamed the “Bard of Barking,” is bringing his blend of folk music, punk rock and protest songs to the U.S. and Canada this month for a limited tour of seven cities. Bragg will perform songs from his highly acclaimed new album released in April, called “Mr. Love... Read more