Chris Young Cancels Stretch Of Summer Shows
Country star Chris Young will no longer be able to attend his scheduled spring and summer shows due to coronavirus. Originally, Young was set to kick-off the Town Ain’t Big Enough World Tour in Columbus, Ohio late April, however, he had to postpone the dates on March 17 when... Read more
Michael Buble Unveils Rescheduled ‘An Evening With’ Tour Dates
After the coronavirus forced the postponement of his North American tour this spring, Michael Buble has revealed when he’ll return to the road. The crooner announced rescheduled dates on his An Evening With Michael Buble Tour, which will begin in February 2021. Buble has two dozen make-up shows on... Read more
Live Nation Fan Study Reveals Confidence For Return Of Events
Live Nation faced significant financial impacts as a result of the current pandemic, but in the aftermath of COVID-19, eager fans are ready to help the industry bounce back. According to a fan survey conducted by the entertainment titan, consumers are confident that live events will return over time... Read more
Billy Joel Reschedules Residency Shows, Notre Dame Stadium Gig
The regular crowd won’t shuffle in to Billy Joel concerts for a little while longer, as the Piano Man has had to alter his tour schedule like most artists. His array of postponed Madison Square Garden shows now have new dates stretching into 2021, while his June 20 takeover... Read more
Kenny Chesney Stays Optimistic About 2020 Tour Plans
Kenny Chesney is among the dozens of artists who had to alter their 2020 tour plans, with his Chillaxification Tour dealt a month-long postponement this spring. But despite the ongoing pandemic, the country star is keeping his hopes up that he’ll be able to reconnect with fans on the... Read more
Madonna Says She Had COVID-19 During Madame X Tour
Madonna’s Madame X Tour was met with various cancellations and delays as the pop icon battled an illness. Now, she is sharing that during that time, she actually contracted coronavirus. Last night, the star took to Instagram, noting that she wanted to “clear things up for people who would... Read more
Musicians, Venues Share Challenges Of Resuming Concerts
Artists, promoters, and venues have already postponed shows to the fall, however, industry insiders don’t believe gigs will really return until at least 2021. Joe Spalding, the president and CEO of Boston’s Boch Center – which oversees the Wang Theatre and Shubert Theatre – told WBUR that he believes... Read more
Kelly Clarkson Pushes Las Vegas Residency Debut To 2021
Kelly Clarkson is further delaying her anticipated Las Vegas residency show Invincible due to the coronavirus. The Grammy winner was originally supposed to launch the gig on April 1, though she previously postponed the start date to July. Her performance schedule featured dates running throughout the summer and into... Read more
Missouri Governor Approves Return Of Concerts, Live Events
The music industry is essentially halted, however, Missouri Governor Mike Parson decided to allow live music events to return to the state. Although the mayors of cities across Missouri are refusing to lift stay-at-home orders, including St. Louis, Kansas City, and Springfield, Parson is laying out a plan to... Read more
First Post-Lockdown Show Focuses On Safety Measures
The return of concerts in the age of coronavirus is happening soon in certain regions and comes with an extensive list of health and safety measures put into place. TempleLive in Fort Smith, Arkansas will host one of the state’s first post-lockdown concerts when Travis McCready headlines the venue... Read more