The 32nd Cape May Jazz Festival to be held in the Theatre at Lower Regional High School in Cape May, NJ, November 6-8, will be billed as a Tribute to the Count with a performance by the Count Basie Orchestra on opening night. An all-event weekend pass to attend... Read more
Up-and-coming rap rock group Hollywood Undead will roam the U.S. and Canada this fall on a five-week, co-headline venture with alternative metal band Atreyu. The trek picks up October 16 at The Pavilion at Lone Star Event Center in Lubbock, TX, and continues through November 20 at the House... Read more
As he enters the final weeks of his summer trek, iconic musician Bob Dylan has announced the first dates of a new West Coast tour. The fall outing currently includes seven performances in four cities, beginning October 5 at WaMu Theatre in Seattle, WA. Dylan is also slated to... Read more
When The Killers launch into their latest North American concert dates later this week, they will do so with a recently extended itinerary on the horizon. The Las Vegas-based rock crew has added a handful of new dates to its late summer 2009 tour, which now continues through October... Read more
Hard rock heavy-hitters AC/DC blasted back into North America last week for the latest leg of their Black Ice World Tour with a show on July 28 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA. Since the late summer jaunt was announced earlier this year, more than a dozen dates have... Read more
The Toadies are hosting the second Dia De Los Toadies, a yearly concert they launched last year over Labor Day Weekend. This year’s event is set for August 29 near Rough Creek Ranch in Glen Rose, TX, an hour from the band’s hometown of Fort Worth. Tickets for the... Read more
Show cancellations and postponements from Jane’s Addiction and Steely Dan open the daily tour recap for July 31, as compiled by TicketNews. Alternative rock icons Jane’s Addiction has cancelled its six-date tour of Australia after drummer Stephen Perkins was hospitalized in Los Angeles for an infection in his elbow.... Read more
British singer Robbie Williams, formerly of the band Take That, may take over some of the dates at the O2 Arena that were cancelled after Michael Jackson’s death, according to the Daily Mail. Though some of his work was positively received by critics, Williams only achieved sporadic stardom in... Read more