Tame Impala Announces 2020 North American Tour With Clairo
The psychedelic-rock powerhouse behind Tame Impala, Kyle Parker, is ready to hit the road in 2020. The North American trek will kick-off on the west coast in 2020 with a show at the Pechenga Arena in San Diego, California on March 9. From there, he’ll visit The Forum in... Read more
SWMRS Cancel Remaining 2019 Dates Due To Car Accident Injuries
The punk-rockers of SWMRS had to cancel their remaining tour dates this year after their guitarist was injured in a car accident. The band took to social media earlier today to share the news. The group was on a drive from Oakland to Denver when guitarist Max Becker and... Read more
TWICE’s Japan Shows Sells Out After 1 Million Ticket Applications
The K-pop girl group TWICE is on a world tour this year, and after 1 million ticket applications, 15 concerts are sold out. According to Billboard Japan, the group immediately sold out after 1 million fans requested tickets to upcoming shows in cities like Hokkaido, Chiba, Osaka, Miyagi, Aichi,... Read more
Phish To Play SiriusXM Concert At Philadelphia’s The Met
Phish has announced a special concert this December at Philadelphia’s historic The Met. The invitation-only performance will take place at the 3,500-capacity venue on December 3. Phish recently fired up their own satellite channel, and Phish bassist Mike Gordon noted “what better way to celebrate Phish Radio than putting... Read more
Misfits Reveal Nightmare Before Christmas Show With Dropkick Murphys
The original Misfits are back and have revealed a special “Nightmare Before Christmas” gig. The group has been teasing the show announcement with an image of the Philadelphia Flyers’ mascot Gritty, and now they’ve revealed the date. They’ll play at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on December 14... Read more
Springsteen, James Taylor To Perform At Sting’s Rainforest Benefit Concert
Sting will headline the 30th annual Rainforest Fund benefit concert later this year where he will be joined by rock icons Bruce Springsteen, James Taylor, and John Mellencamp. The show, dubbed “We’ll Be Together” after Sting’s 1987 single, will also feature Shaggy, Eurythemics, H.E.R., Ricky Martin, Bob Geldof, and... Read more
Louis Tomlinson of One Direction Reveals 2020 World Tour
Louis Tomlinson, a former member of the heartthrob boyband One Direction, has announced a massive world tour in support of his forthcoming debut solo record. The trek will kick-off in Spring 2020, starting in Barcelona on March 9. From there, the 43-date trek will hit cities across Europe, Asia,... Read more
T-Pain Cancels 1UP DLC Tour Amid Low Ticket Sales
Rapper T-Pain was slated to head out on his 1UP DLC Tour this fall, but the trek has been cut after shows didn’t sell. Rather than lie about why the shows were cancelled, T-Pain took to Instagram to explain what really went down. In a video, he said that... Read more
Colony House Announce ‘Leave What’s Lost Behind’ Headlining Tour
The indie-rock group Colony House are crossing the U.S. and Canada for a headlining trek next year following the release of their forthcoming record. They’ll kick things off in Nashville on January 25, followed by gigs in Vancouver, Houston, Milwaukee, Denver, Washington, D.C., and Asheville. Along the way, the... Read more
Echosmith Returns After Six Years With New Album, Tour Dates
The pop-rock group Echosmith are back after six years with news of a new record and headlining tour. The sibling trio, best-known for the smash-hit track “Cool Kids” off their 2013 debut Talking Dreams, have released a handful of singles over the past few years. However, now, they’re returning... Read more