Due to an ongoing illness, rocker Lenny Kravitz has postponed European dates on his upcoming tour, which was in support of his new album, “It Is Time for a Love Revolution.” The tour was to start next week and run through the end of March. Make up dates have... Read more
After only two months on the road with sold out shows in the UK, U.S. and Canada, the Spice Girls announced they are canceling the last six scheduled dates on their reunion world tour, leaving disappointed fans in Australia, China, South Africa and Argentina. The tour’s last date is... Read more
For the past two years, the Dave Matthews Band has proven to be one of the more consistent bands on the road. In 2007, the group’s ticket sales grossed $41.1 million, placing the band eleventh in the year-end touring charts. In 2006, DMB grossed $39 million. The band performed... Read more

Week ending 1/27/08

Tours February 2, 2008 0

1. Jonas Brothers 2. Hannah Montana 3. Bon Jovi 4. Bruce Springsteen 5. George Strait 6. Kenny Chesney 7. Rush 8. Van Halen 9. Michael Bublé 10. Keith Urban & Carrie Underwood Source: TicketNews.com Subscribe to this feed Read more
By Bob Grossweiner and Jane Cohen Panic At The Disco will headline the eighth annual Honda Civic Tour (HCT) kicking off on April 10 in San Francisco at the Warfield Theatre. The full itinerary has not yet been released, but the tour is slated to conclude in Anaheim, CA... Read more
By Alfred Branch, Jr. Van Halen may have figured out a way to put the “diamond” into Diamond David Lee Roth’s nickname. Following the lead of Beyonce and Lynyrd Skynyrd/Hank Williams, Jr., it appears that the veteran rockers may be scalping dozens of tickets for their upcoming 2008 shows,... Read more
In the midst of one of the most highly anticipated and successful tours of the year, rock legends Van Halen have decided to further extend their current tour into 2008. Eddie Van Halen, David Lee Roth, and Alex Van Halen, together for the first time in 22 years, along... Read more
By Al Branch Jr. Based on historical data from her last few albums and tours, Live Nation believes it will generate gross revenues well in excess of $1 billion over the 10-year life of its new, ground-breaking music deal with superstar Madonna, the company announced in a conference call... Read more
Live Nation has scheduled a conference call for today, Oct. 16, at 4pm EST to discuss its new, $120 million deal with Madonna. The singer is the first to sign with the company’s new Artist Nation division. Live Nation President and CEO Michael Rapino, Artist Nation Chairman and CEO... Read more
By Alfred Branch, Jr. Concert promoters and ticket brokers still think Rod Stewart is sexy. With CD sales slowing, more artists are looking at touring to generate revenue, and the driving force continues to be more established acts. Five of Pollstar’s top 10 highest-grossing tours so far this year... Read more