In case you missed it, earlier this week we announced our Mother's Day Gift Guide! Mother's Day is Sunday, May 11, which means you only have a week left! Still looking for something to get mom? Why not a ticket to her favorite artist, show, or team? Check out the gift guide for some great ideas.
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So with all that known, what are you waiting for? You have a week — get going!
The coming few days feature some of the most anticipated onsales of the 2014 concert season. First up is Jay-Z's and Beyonce's On the Run Tour. The husband-wife dual-headliner begins June 25 in Miami Gardens, FL, and ends August 5 in San Francisco, CA. Most of the performances have onsales tomorrow; the onsale date for one concert in E. Rutherford, NJ, is still to be determined.
Next up are some additional onsales for Paul McCartney. Most of the concerts for the 2014 leg of his Out There! Tour have already gone onsale, but the rocker recently added dates in Los Angeles and Phoenix. McCartney also added a concert at San Francisco's Candlestick Park, returning to the venue a couple years short of 50 years after The Beatles played their final concert there. This time the roles are reversed and McCartney is wishing farewell to the park.
The coming week has many more onsales, including ones for Miley Cyrus, Kings of Leon, The Lion King, and the Dallas Cowboys.
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There is an extremely busy onsales period coming up over the next few days, with plenty of events among concerts, sports, and theater. We'll describe a few here, and you can see the full list of major onsales in the events table to the right.
First up, rocker Paul McCartney has 11 shows for his "Out There! Tour" on sale this Friday and upcoming Monday. About half of the onsales are on Friday, and about half are on Monday. In addition, Kings of Leon has 24 new concerts of its "Mechanical Bull Tour" on sale Friday and Saturday, and onsales for Wiz Khalifa's "Under The Influence" tour with Young Jeezy, Tyga, and more are this Friday.
Even with the upcoming holidays, there are still a bunch of events going on sale between now and Tuesday. In this case, however, some of the bigger onsales have shifted back a day to today. That is the case with Latin singer Marc Anthony, as well as the 28-date The Voice Tour, whose onsales began this morning. NBA Playoffs home game onsales for the Indiana Pacers and Atlanta Hawks began this morning as well.
All that covered, the highlight of the weekend is 3 Doors Down, which announced yesterday that it is adding 18 additional dates to its acoustic-heavy Songs From The Basement Tour. The outing, which begins on June 3 in Coquitlam, British Columbia, will run for 32 dates before ending on September 11 in Louisville, KY. The band has also scheduled appearances at a number of fairs and festivals throughout the summer, where it will plug back in. Most of the new dates go on sale this Friday, but one concert in Beaumont, TX, goes on sale Saturday, and one in Cincinatti, OH, goes on sale Tuesday.
Ed Sheeran, the rising British singer-songwriter best known for his combination of pop, folk and hip hop soul, announced his second headlining North American tour yesterday. The run will span the last half of August and first half of September. This latest tour is supporting Sheeran's sophomore studio album, x (pronounced "multiply"), which is scheduled for release on June 23.
This new tour marks the first headlining arena tour for Sheeran. Last year Sheeran toured arenas as a supporting act for Taylor Swift's Red Tour.
See below for a selection of tour dates and visit the Ed Sheeran page for more information on tickets.