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John Mayer is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 53.
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John Mayer tickets are available once again. Recently, John Mayer has made headlines for his new affiliation with Dead & Company. Lengthy tours have taken up most of Mayer's time, but he is making it up to fans in the form of a solo tour in the Spring of 2017. Mayer has scheduled a 15-show tour hitting all the major venues in North America including Madison Square Garden in NYC to The Forum - Los Angeles in Inglewood. View the John Mayer tour schedule below to see his complete list of upcoming shows. John Mayer tickets will sell fast in 2017, so be sure to find yours today!

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Dec 31, 2017
Dave Chappelle & John MayerInglewood, CA
The Forum - Los Angeles
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Rated 3 out of 5 by from just so so The venue was great, but not enough lawn space for the price. I saw john at a music festival in Atlanta and it totally sold me. He's a very talented guitarist! This concert, unfortunately, seemed to be geared more towards the gaggle of women that go there to look at him and scream. There was a portion where the john Mayer trio came out and played some good tunes, but it seemed short lived. I think ill stick to seeing him when he's not the only band playing. Finally, they never announced an opening act. It was dawes and i would have gone in had i known. Overall... meh!
Date published: 2017-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from They just keep getting better! I saw them last November at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. It was a great concert, but you could tell they weren't completely in sync - parts of songs would speed up, then slow down. Well since then, they've clearly jelled. Everything about the Camden concert on June 20 was incredible, starting with the setlist and the extraordinary musicianship of John Mayer, Jeff Chimenti, and Oteil Burridge - all of whom, along with the veterans put on a performance that was truly great. Mayer does what no one else playing lead for the surviving members in prior incarnations as the "Dead" and "Furthur" could not. He didn't try to be Garcia. He was the majorly gifted guitarist and singer playing Grateful Dead Music, and in the process, making it his own.
Date published: 2016-08-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Audibly wonderful but... I forgot my ticket in a friends car on the way to the venue, meeting up with others to carpool. I showed my proof of purchase to the people at the gate and no one would let me in. I feel ticket network should have a scan code option sent in a follow up email in case this happens to others. I was not trying to rip anyone off at the concert by any means. Just hurts because I am out $84.90, and my other friends who had a scan code from another ticket source was able to get in while I did laps in the parking lot waiting for the show to end. I hope ticket network will amend or change their method of ticket distribution. I thank the good Lord I am not deaf, for the concert that I could faintly hear seemed to be great. . .just wish I could have seen him and with fellow friends.
Date published: 2017-08-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Concert I've been to The Record Company opened for John with some rock n' roll that was perfect to introduce John. He played some of his new songs along with his classics that everyone loves. The sound was great from 309 section. The special effects on the screen were also top notch. Only negative to the venue was that there was no signs for the doors when going up the steps so we had to ask someone which door to take. The person we asked said it happens all the time and they were trying to fix it.
Date published: 2017-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It was a perfect show. Love The Dead. The Dead are always The Dead & the show was great. The Toyota staff treated us kindly for the 1st time in years. This venue usually stinks, but not for this show. They should learn to treat customers like this from now on. I usually will not go to shows here, unless it is an important band because the staff is rude & the video screens suck. They need HD quality screens and extra screens up in the lawn area.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from John Mayer: The Power of Musical Pop John Mayer is able to bridge the gap between pop stardom and musical adventurism in a way that few others can. He honors his catalogue of pop hits, with respect and affection for his pop fans. And he pushes out the boundaries of those songs with jamming and live play that draws on a rich tradition of musical exploration. Fine musicianship, great showmanship.
Date published: 2017-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dead and Company I have been going to shows for 40 years and I am never disappointed I did think that the second show, Sunday, the band had more energy but I still enjoyed Saturday's show as well. They were just more laid back. Thank you Fenway for making the experience enjoyable too. Security was well organized and very pleasant too.
Date published: 2017-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Night with John Mayer! My husband wanted to see John Mayer. I was not really interested but it was a great birthday present. I have to say he was one of the most amazing performers we have seen. His voice sounded just like his records and his guitar playing was just over the top! Can't wait to see him again!
Date published: 2017-08-24
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John Mayer - Resources

About John Mayer

John Mayer was born on October 16, 1977, in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Mayer began playing the violin and clarinet as a child and soon became enthralled with pop, jazz, and blues music. After seeing Michael J. Fox play "Johnny Be Goode" in Back to the Future, Mayer became interested in guitar as well. By the time he was sixteen, the aspiring artist was giving concerts in local clubs and bars. John also formed his first band, called Villanova Junction, around this time, but the group did not stay together for very long.

After he released his first full-length album Room for Squares in 2000, Mayer was picked up by Columbia Records. The album earned Mayer a 2003 Grammy award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance. That same year, he released his second studio album, Heavier Things. Though the album only sold about half as many copies as its predecessor, it reached #1 on the albums chart and earned John Mayer two more Grammys, both for the song "Daughters." In 2006, Mayer released Continuum, which reached #2, and in 2009 he released Battle Studies, which topped the charts.

Going along with his recording achievements has been popularity in concert, and John Mayer tickets have always been strong sellers. This is partially due to his versatility as a musician, as collaborations with artists like Kanye West, Buddy Guy, B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Alicia Keys, and Fall Out Boy have extended Mayer's star into many musical genres. In 2005, he formed the John Mayer Trio, who played rock and blues music. The Trio opened for the Rolling Stones and have a studio album in the works.