Second Half of Morgan Wallen Dangerous Tour On Sale Today
Those who missed out on the fast-selling first leg of Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous Tour will have another shot Tuesday, as the second leg of shows goes on sale. This time, the run of shows spans much of the summer and early fall, with dates largely at outdoor venues (the... Read more
Morgan Wallen Fans Howl Over Ticket Prices Surged by “Dynamic” System
Morgan Wallen may be performing at venues across the United States in 2022, but many of his fans are feeling left behind after encountering sky-high ticket prices as The Dangerous Tour 2022 went on sale this week. The country favorite, who was dropped from his record label and all... Read more
Tortuga Music Festival Announces Country-Heavy 2022 Lineup for April
Rock The Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival has unveiled its 2022 lineup, fresh on the heels of its 2021 edition, which just wrapped over the weekend in Florida. Tortuga returns to its traditional spring timeline for 2022, bringing a trio of country favorites in as headliners. Morgan Wallen, Luke Combs... Read more
Morgan Wallen Plots Massive The Dangerous Tour in 2022
Morgan Wallen is back, and in a big way. The country singer announced a major U.S. tour for 2022 kicking off in February and rolling throughout the U.S. for eight months before wrapping in mid-September. The Dangerous Tour shows 50 dates currently planned for 2022, with additional stops for... Read more
Morgan Wallen Quickly Sells Out Four Shows in Post-“Cancel” Return
Country singer/songwriter Morgan Wallen saw plenty of demand for a recently announced four-stop tour taking place this fall, selling out all four events in short order. The quick sellouts were an indication that the long-term impact of being “cancelled” may be vastly overstated. Wallen announced his return to performing... Read more
Morgan Wallen Cancels All Tour Dates, Appearances Following Controversy
Morgan Wallen announced that he is calling off his entire summer touring schedule, including a series of guest appearances planned for Luke Bryan arena shows, and appearances at festival performances. The decision comes in the wake of controversy that began earlier this year when the singer was recorded outside... Read more
Musicians Call Out “Hypocritical” Concert Restrictions After Election Celebrations
If crowds are fine for election celebrations or postgame football field-storming, why are concerts still kept to minimal crowds or virtual? That’s a question posed on social media by a number of musicians in recent days, following images of large crowds with limited (if any) social distancing in place... Read more
Florida Georgia Line Reveals ‘Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour’
Florida Georgia Line have revealed tour dates in support of their fourth album, Can’t Say I Ain’t Country, crashing venues across the country just in time for summer. The ‘Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour’ is set to hit 36 cities across the U.S., kicking things off in Rogers,... Read more
CONCACAF Soccer, Supercross Headline Tuesday Tickets On Sale
Tuesday proves to be a sports-centered day in the ticketing market, with the day’s new sale listings dominated by both CONCACAF soccer matches and Supercross competition. Next summer’s CONCACAF Gold Cup, which is set to invade stadiums in Denver, Chicago, and Houston among other cities, has all session passes... Read more