If the headline looks familiar, it's because it's how we started and ended last week's onsales lists. There is more going on than just those, of course, but the shows listed are some of the biggest ones. Of course, there are some new things, such as Pixies and Imagine Dragons. Both bands announced tours on Monday.
First up is Cher, who has another third of her Dressed To Kill Tour on sale Friday. Next up in concerts is Imagine Dragons and Pixies, who bring their respect 33 and 21-date tours up for sale starting Friday. Also in concerts this week is Phish, who have their four New Years shows on sale Saturday.
Sports is less prominent this week, as most of the NBA onsales were in the past week, leaving only the Memphis Grizzlies for the NBA® on Saturday. The WWE also has a number of events on sale Saturday, including its Live Holiday Tour.
Finally, in theater there are several touring shows on sale, including this Friday for Mamma Mia! in Norfolk, VA; Sister Act in New Orleans, LA; and Jerry Seinfeld in Chicago, IL. There are also additional onsales for Disney® on Ice: Rockin Ever After on Friday and Everett, WA, on Tuesday, and Evita in Seattle, WA, on Sunday.
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Please excuse the awful Jonas Brothers pun in the headline, but the rest is legitimate: the band announced last night they would be cancelling their upcoming tour.
The Jonas Brothers were scheduled to have their first show of this tour on Friday, Oct. 11, in Upper Darby, Penn. Instead, they've canceled the entire 19-show tour, citing a "deep rift within the band," according to the band's spokesperson, Jesse Derris.
The brothers have been rumored to be arguing over their musical sound and the overall direction of the group — despite recently releasing two songs, "Pom Poms" and "First Time" off of their upcoming album, V. V is the band's fifth studio album, a follow-up to their album Lines, Vines and Trying Times, released in 2009.
There hasn't been an official announcement that the band is breaking up, but at this point, who knows? What do you think — are the Jonas Brothers over?