When Taylor Swift tours, she does it right. This time, it's a world tour in support of her newest album, 1989 (which, by the way, is setting records). The 1989 World Tour starts on May 20, 2015, in Bossier City, LA and continues through Halloween 2015.
Not only will the tour stop in places like Germany, Holland, and the U.K., but there are more than 40 dates in the U.S. alone. T.Swift will stay in some cities for two nights, including Los Angeles, CA; Denver, CO; Foxborough, MA; and Nashville, TN.
Swift will be joined by Vance Joy, an Australian singer, for her North American shows, with Canadian singer Shawn Mendes making an appearance at the stadium shows.
See below for tour dates and visit the Taylor Swift page for more information on tickets.
If you've been eagerly awaiting to hear something new from One Direction, you're in luck: the band today announced their On the Road Again Tour dates for 2015.
The boys will launch their new tour in July 2015 in San Diego, CA, then visit states across the country before concluding in Boston, MA, in September 2015. But let's be real: with a new album on the way, more dates are probably on the horizon.
See below for tour dates and visit the One Direction page for more information on tickets.
It's barely Halloween, but we've already got a Christmas concert to look forward to: Jingle Ball. This year's line-up includes a slew of A-list acts, including Taylor Swift, Maroon 5, and Ariana Grande. (Full list below.) The show takes places on Dec. 12, 8 p.m., at at Madison Square Garden. Radio personality Elvis Duran will host.
This line-up looks strikingly similar to the 102.7 KIIS FM Jingle Ball, which will take place on Dec. 5 at the Staples Center this year; several of the artists from the Z100 show will also make appearances at various other Jingle Ball shows happening across the U.S. during the holiday season.
Be sure to visit the Jingle Ball page for more information on tickets to any of these performances.
Florida Georgia Line won't be an opening act any longer. After opening for popular acts like Luke Bryan, Taylor Swift, and Jason Aldean, the country duo said they are "super pumped" to finally headline their own tour.
The tour will support their upcoming album, Anything Goes, which is due out on Oct. 14; it kicks off in Toledo, OH, in January 2015, visiting cities along the East Coast and in the mid-west, before wrapping in Atlantic City, NJ, in May.
See below for tour dates and visit the Florida Georgia Line page for more information on tickets.
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The soul singer-songwriter is getting ready for his "Songs in the Key of Life Performance" tour. It begins November 6 and runs until December 5. After having initial onsales earlier this week, tickets for four more Stevie Wonder shows are up for grabs next Monday. The cities include D.C., Atlanta, Vegas, and Oakland.
The NBA is one of those sports that you never feel like you leave for long, given its championship games are in early to mid-June. This year was no different, and that feeling of basketball all year was only extended as LeBron James announced his return to Cleveland. The league has its initial onsales next week, with dozens of games between the Hawks, Bulls, Grizzlies, Bucks, Knicks, Thunder, Magic, and Spurs.