Baroness, Deafhaven Announce Co-Headlining 2019 Trek
Metal bands Baroness and Deafhaven have revealed a co-headlining tour set to kick-off early next year. The outing will begin in Houston, Texas on March 3, 2019, and Zeal & Ardor will open the show on all dates. They’ll make stops in cities like Seattle, Denver, Chicago, Toronto, Cleveland,... Read more
Vince Staples To Launch ‘Smile, You’re On Camera Tour’ In 2019
Hip-hop artist Vince Staples has announced a 2019 North American tour dubbed “Smile, You’re On Camera.” The trek is set to launch on February 1 in Tucson, Arizona, followed by shows in cities like Dallas, Atlanta, Fort Lauderdale, New York City, Cleveland, Toronto, and Chicago. Pomona, California will wrap-up... Read more
Godsmack, Volbeat To Tour North America Next Spring
The hard-rockers of Godsmack will head out on a North American outing next spring with Volbeat in support of their 2018 record When Legends Rise. The group wrapped-up a co-headlining trek with Shinedown over the summer, and previously-announced a European tour which was postponed following guitarist Tony Rombola’s loss... Read more
Mitski Announces 2019 Spring US Tour In Support of New Record
The rising indie-rock artist Mitski has revealed 2019 tour dates in the U.S., following the release of her third studio album, Be The Cowboy. After a short run in Australia and New Zealand at Laneway Festival and a handful of shows throughout Asia, Mitski will head to the U.S.... Read more
Hozier Reveals 2019 Headlining Tour In Support Of Sophomore LP
The indie-rock artist Hozier, who grew to fame with his debut self-titled record and smash hit “Take Me To Church,” will head out on a headlining tour ahead of his second album. Hozier recently wrapped-up his sold-out North America tour this fall in support of the EP Nina Cried... Read more
Slayer Add New 2019 North American Leg To Farewell Tour
Slayer, who is on their farewell world tour, has announced a new North America leg of the trek, set to take place early 2019. The new addition to the tour will be their fifth leg overall. While the legendary metalheads already visited the U.S. earlier this year, they were... Read more
Comedian Trevor Noah Postpones December Shows To Heal Voice
The South African comedian Trevor Noah, known for hosting Comedy Central’s Daily Show, had to postpone his stand-up tour dates for the rest of the year due to bruised vocal cords. During his appearance on the Daily Show last week, correspondents Desi Lydic, Michael Kosta, and Roy Wood Jr. read... Read more
Fans Must Vote To See Lil Wayne On ‘I Ain’t Sh*t Without You Tour’
Lil Wayne, with the help of TIDAL, announced his 2019 ‘I Ain’t Sh*t Without You Tour,’ but in order to see Weezy at a show, fans must vote for their city. “This year has been amazing and I’m so grateful for all the love Tha Carter V has gotten,” Wayne said.... Read more
Kidz Bop Kids To Head Out On World Tour in 2019
Kidz Bop and Live Nation announced the Kidz Bop World Tour 2019, hitting new countries across the globe. This past year, the Kidz Bop Kids traveled across North America for their most successful tour to date, playing to hundreds of thousands of kids and families. Their 2019 trek will... Read more
Justin Timberlake Postpones All Remaining December Concerts
Popstar Justin Timberlake had to postpone several dates on his Man of the Woods Tour due to bruised vocal cords, and now, he has called-off all the remaining shows in December. Over the past few weeks, he’s been unable to talk and was forced to reschedule shows in Tacoma,... Read more