Rascal Flatts has announced the full dates for their 2014 Live & Loud Tour. While the group previously released the dates for a handful of their 2014 shows, this latest announcement provides a clearer picture of just how many shows they'll be doing from May through September 2014. This tour was announced in anticipation of their upcoming album; Rascal Flatts has released a new single, entitled "Rewind," just this month.
On the tour, the country music group — comprised of Gary LeVox, Jay DeMarcus, and Joe Don Rooney — will be joined by country singer Sheryl Crow for the duration of the tour. Gloriana will open. See below for the complete 2014 U.S. dates and visit the Rascal Flatts page for more information on tickets.
This week, we really get back into the swing of things with lots of onsales, including a couple major concert tours, several festivals, and a boxing match.
First up, fellow pop punk bands Fall Out Boy and Paramore are going on tour together for the first time this summer. The 30+ date "Momumentour" goes on sale for most shows tomorrow, but a few dates will begin on Saturday. The tour begins on June 19 and runs until August 17.
Additionally, several festivals have released their lineups in the last couple days, and have initial onsales in the next few days. This includes the Hangout Music Festival, which has its onsale today, as well as the Firefly Music Festival and the brand new iHeartRadio Country Festival, which have onsales Monday. Also, even though it not technically a festival, the Houston Rodeo has onsales for its concert sets this Saturday.
In sports, there are onsales Friday for a bout between Canelo Alvarez and Alfredo Angula. Other onsales include UFC 171 on Friday, and soccer matches between Mexico and Nigeria on Friday, as well as between the U.S. Womens' team and Russia on Saturday.
Finally, comedian Chelsea Handler has 27 shows on sale this Friday. Handler's "In Conversation" Tour begins on March 4 in New York and ends with two shows in Atlantic City on May 25.
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After the release of her highly-anticipated third album, "Prism," pop star Katy Perry embarked on a European tour — with no U.S. dates in sight. Great for Europeans, but totally sad for the rest of us. Today she announced that she will be kicking off the North American leg of her Prismatic World Tour on June 22 in Raleigh, NC.
The four-month tour will feature various opening acts at each show, including Capital Cities, Kacey Musgraves, and Tegan and Sara. (A key below indicates which artist will be at which date.) Tickets for the upcoming tour officially go on sale Jan. 21. See below for the 2014 U.S. dates and visit the Katy Perry page for more information on tickets.
Dave Matthews and co. are back with a new summer tour for 2014. The tour, which was announced today, has over 40 dates, and a number of cities visited will have two concerts (and three in Berekely, CA; and Quincy, WA), giving DMB fans in those cities an even greater chance to see a show. The tour begins on May 16 at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in Spring, TX, and ends on September 6 at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine, CA.
Before the tour this summer, DMB is heading to Australia to appear in several festivals. The band will also participate in the Milwaukee Summerfest on July 2.
Visit the Dave Matthews Band page to see the tour dates and for more information on tickets.
Kanye West announced he will be adding at least seven additional U.S. tour dates to his most recent tour, extending the Yeezus Tour into 2014. The next leg begins Feb. 13 in University Park, PA. Other cities that will be added to his tour roster included Baltimore, MD; Newark, NJ; and Albany, NY.
The dates are part of West's first solo tour in five years. Rapper Kendrick Lamar joined West on most of the 2013 tour dates. However, the Yeezus Tour proved to be challenging when it suffered a setback in November. West had to postpone and cancel several tour dates due to equipment that was damaged.
The 2013 Yeezus tour was the second highest grossing tour of 2013. See below for the 2014 U.S. dates and visit the Kanye West page for more information on tickets (which officially go on sale Jan. 10).