A.R. Rahman Begins North American Tour Next Week, Tickets Averaging $185 on Secondary Market

Indian composer and multi-instrumentalist A.R. Rahman will embark on a short tour run in North America beginning next week. Known for his hybrid mix of Eastern classical and electronic music, Rahman has continued to garner a large following since he began his career in 1987. He’ll play 17...

With Tour Underway, Juicy J Tickets Averaging at $71 on Secondary Market

(UPDATE 5/19/15) Three Six Mafia member Juicy J recently began a solo North American tour in support of his upcoming record Pure THC: The Hustle Continues. The rapper has 23 dates remaining through the end of June, and the average price for Juicy J tickets over his month remaining on the road...

Garth Brooks Tickets for Upcoming Knoxville Shows Average at $118 on Secondary Market

(UPDATE 5/19/15) Garth Brooks has been a touring machine over the past several months, adding more and more shows to his Comeback Tour with each passing week. The country superstar will next travel to Knoxville, Tennessee for four consecutive shows at Thompson Boling Arena between May 28 and...

AWOLNATION Begins ‘Run Tour 2015’ Next Week, Tickets Average at $83 on Resale Market

(UPDATE 5/19/15) Electro rockers AWOLNATION will kick off their “Run Tour 2015” in North America next Wednesday when they hit Neptune Theatre in Seattle. After the release of their subsequent album Run back in March, the band will embark on a 37-show leg through the beginning of August....

The Church & Psychedelic Furs Announce Full US Tour

(UPDATE 5/19/15) After previously announcing teaming up for a few dates, two of the 1980’s most influential alternative acts have expanded their plans into a full US tour. Tickets for the Psychedelic Furs and The Church go on sale Wednesday May 20th at 10am, but secondary market tickets...

Tickets for Beck’s South Carolina Show Tonight Now As Low As $14

(UPDATE 5/19/15) Beck fans in South Carolina shouldn’t “Turn Away” from the singer’s show at North Charleston Performing Arts Center tonight – tickets are now priced for as low as $14 on the secondary market. ...

The Who Tickets for Final North American Dates Averaging at $225 on Secondary Market

(UPDATE 5/18/15) Newly recovered from strained vocal cords suffered while out on the road last week, Roger Daltrey of The Who has returned to the road for the band’s 50thanniversary tour. Five more dates remain on the group’s first North American run, which concludes at the end of the...

Azealia Banks Boston Ticket Prices Fall 28% This Week

(UPDATE 5/14/15) The talented but controversial Azealia Banks is wrapping up a small set of US tour dates next Tuesday at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston. With over 200 tickets available on the secondary market, prices have fallen 28% over the past 7 days. The current average price for...

Alabama Shakes Announce Additional Summer Tour Dates

(UPDATE 5/11/15) Alabama Shakes have announced additional dates on their summer stretch of tour dates in support of Sound & Color, their sophomore studio effort that dropped last month. The band will play 10 more shows between July and September, raising the total number of shows along...

Shania Twain Announces Additional North American Tour Dates

(UPDATE 5/7/15) After recently wrapping a two-year stay in Las Vegas, Shania Twain doesn’t appear to be taking any time off. The iconic singer will continue an extensive tour this fall, playing 19 dates across North America this September and October. The fall tour kicks off on September...

Britney Spears Extends Las Vegas Residency

(UPDATE 5-6-15) Stronger than yesterday, Britney Spears has announced that she will be extending her Las Vegas residency by three months. Spears made the announcement Tuesday afternoon on The Ellen Show. The announcement comes on the heels of Spears postponing a few shows due to an ankle...

In This Moment Tickets Nearing $100 Average on Secondary Market Over Final Two Weeks of Tour

(UPDATE 5/6/15) Heavy metal juggernauts In This Moment are waist-deep in their current tour run, which will make five more stops in the U.S. through the end of the month. Along with support from tourmates Godsmack, Papa Roach, Butcher Babies and Upon A Burning Body, In This Moment is seeing...

One Week Out, Tickets for Jane’s Addiction’s “Nothing’s Shocking” Tour Average at $119 on Resale Mar...

(UPDATE 5/6/15) Jane’s Addiction is just one week removed from beginning its short stint of shows on the “Nothing’s Shocking” Tour. The group will play 17 shows in North America through July 25 and is seeing a significant demand for tickets on the secondary market. According to TiqIQ,...

Crosby, Stills and Nash Continue U.S. Tour Through End of May

(UPDATE 5/6/15) For the past six decades, Crosby, Stills and Nash have laid the foundational bricks of popular folk music, bridging the sounds of howling guitar licks, three-part melodies and voicing the sociopolitical culture of the vibrant 1960s. With such an influential past, it’s no...

Foo Fighters Wrigley Field Tickets Are Averaging Above $300 on Secondary Market

(UPDATE 5/1/15) Rock and roll heavyweights Foo Fighters are heading out on the road beginning next month, and the band’s August 29 stop at Wrigley Field in Chicago will be among the most expensive shows of tour on the secondary ticket market. Though still four months away, the average...

Now Underway, Nashville Live In Concert Tour Tickets Average $124 On Secondary Market

(UPDATE 4/29/15) With the Nashville: Live In Concert kicking off last night in New York City, secondary market trends have settled to an $124 average asking price. The aforementioned kickoff show at the Beacon Theatre saw an average price of $74.79 with tickets as low as $22 hours before the...

Of Monsters and Men Headlining Shows Averaging $85 On Resale Markets

(UPDATE 4/29/15) With a series of headlining dates coming up for Of Monsters and Men, demand on the secondary market has settled around the $85 mark. The cheapest date is currently May 19th at the Roseland Theater with an average price of $56.82 and Get-In Cost of $35. Conversely, one week...

Action Bronson’s Mr. Wonderful Tour Averaging At $74 on Resale Market

(UPDATE 4/27/15) Rapping heavyweight and Queens native Action Bronson is knee-deep into his Mr. Wonderful World Tour, which runs across North America through the end of July. The “Easy Rider” singer is seeing a demand for tickets on the secondary market as well, and Action Bronson tickets...

Matt & Kim Tickets Dropping in Price on Secondary Market

(UPDATE 4/23/15) Matt & Kim are midway through a U.S. leg of tour in support of their latest record New Glow, which hit stores earlier this month. The duo has 22 dates remaining through the end of May, and the band is seeing reasonable ticket prices on the secondary market. According to...

2015 Stagecoach Festival Tickets Still Averaging Over $500 on Resale Market

(UPDATE 4/23/15) The 2015 Stagecoach Festival will touch down at Empire Polo Field in Indio, California this weekend. Featuring some of country music’s brightest stars, this year’s festival continues to see high ticket prices on the secondary market. According to TiqIQ, the average price...

Mumford & Sons Announce Full US Tour Dates — Add 2nd NYC Show

(UPDATE 4/20/15) With tickets nearly sold out for the band’s June 2 show at MCU Park in Brooklyn, Mumford & Sons have announced a second gig at the Coney Island ballpark just one night later. Tickets for the newly announced show are now on sale via Ticketmaster. Both shows will be...

2015 iHeartRadio Pool Party Includes Nick Jonas, Nicki Minaj and More

(UODATE 4/20/15) A bevy of music’s biggest stars will touch down in Las Vegas on May 30th for the 2015 iHeartRadio Pool Party at Caesars Palace. Nick Jonas, Nicki Minaj, Kelly Clarkson, Chris Brown and Echosmith will all headline the bill, with more artists set to be announced soon. Several...

Phil Lesh Announces Additional Performances at Capitol Theatre

(UPDATE 4/20/15) Phil Lesh has added two more dates at the Capitol Theatre in November. The Grateful Dead bassist celebrated his 75th birthday at the New York venue with four shows last month, and he’ll return for two more on November 1 and 5. He’ll be joined by Stanley Jordan,...

James Taylor Announces Summer U.S. Tour Dates

(UPDATE 4/17) In the wake of announcing his first studio album in 13 years, James Taylor has also revealed touring plans for the summer. His first batch of announced dates will be played in July and early-August, and more shows are expected to be announced soon. The tour kicks off at the PPL...

2015 Glastonbury Festival Lineup Revealed, Foo Fighters and Kanye West to Headline

Tuesday’s lineup announcement was proof that the Glastonbury Festival will be bigger than ever this year. The five-day festival based in England, which is set to take place between June 24th and 28th, will feature headlining performances from the Foo Fighters, Kanye West and a third act that...

Jack White Announces Solo Acoustic Shows, Revealing Cities and Venues Day-Of

It’s been a monumental year for Jack White, who ends the touring cycle for his latest album Lazaretto with a headline performance at Coachella this Saturday. He’ll make magic once more before he quits the road for good, however, as the 39-year-old has revealed plans his first-ever solo...

Ian Anderson Announces Fall U.S. Tour Dates

Jethro Tull frontman Ian Anderson will be on the road this fall. The November leg of dates will be in support his Jethro Tull rock opera, which is inspired by the English agricultural inventor for whom the band’s name derives from. Anderson will tap on bassist David Goodier, keyboardist...

Paul McCartney, Nine Inch Nails & Red Hot Chili Peppers Headline Sixth Annual Outside Lands

Fast becoming one of the must-see festivals on the West Coast, over 65,000 Outside Lands tickets have now been sold for San Francisco’s upcoming sixth annual celebration of music, food and wine. The eco-friendly event will once again return to the city’s Golden Gate Park across the...

Death Grips Add 2nd NYC Show To 2015 Tour

(UPDATE 4/9/15) Just a week after unexpectedly announcing a full-fledged tour, controversial hip-hop duo Death Grips continues to add more dates to its itinerary. The group will play a second show in New York City this summer  after selling out its initial July 7 stop at Webster Hall....

Twisted Sister To Fulfill All Remaining 2015 Tour Dates, Announce 2016 Farewell Tour

Twisted Sister tragically lost drummer A.J. Pero to a sudden heart attack last month, and the iconic glam band will carry out all remaining dates this year with heavy hearts and iconic drummer Mike Portnoy in tow. To honor their late member, Twisted Sister will also play two additional dates...

Ben Howard Adds Four Fall U.S. Dates to Tour Itinerary

Ben Howard will be stateside this fall. The British-born singer has announced a short string of dates in September and October, playing four dates across three notable U.S. venues over a two-week stretch. The mini-tour kicks off on September 28 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City....

Yes and Toto Reveal Joint Summer Tour Dates

Iconic rockers Yes and Toto will join forces this summer for a joint tour around North America. The two bands are promoting their respective new releases, with Yes releasing its live CD/DVD Like It Is on July 7 and Toto touring Toto XIV, which was released last month. The 2015 Summer Tour...

Refused Announce Spring Tour Dates

Hardcore punk outfit Refused has announced a short string of tour dates scheduled for later this spring. Prior to several festival appearances in the summer months, the quartet will embark on an 11-show stint in May and June. The tour is slated to begin at the Nevada Punk Rock Bowling...

Madonna Adds More North American Rebel Heart Tour Dates

  (UPDATE 4/2) Reports will tell you that her tour is in low demand, but Madonna is proving otherwise. The iconic diva continues to add more North American dates to her Rebel Heart World Tour, and her latest announcement has her playing additional shows in Montreal, New York, Toronto...

Say Anything Announce Summer ‘Hebrew’ Tour Dates

Say Anything have announced an additional summer leg on their long-running ‘Hebrew’ Tour, which will also feature support from Cymbals Eat Guitars, Modern Baseball and Hard Girls. The summer run will tour the U.S. and Canada in June and July. The jam-packed bill hits the road on June 24,...

Green Day Announce Cleveland Show Prior to R&R Hall of Fame Ceremony

After a year-long hiatus from touring, pop punk royalty Green Day have announced a one-off show at the House of Blues in Cleveland on April 16th. The show precedes the band’s induction ceremony into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which will be held at the Cleveland Public Auditorium on...

Migos Announce ‘Yung Rich Nation’ Tour, Clothing Line

Hip-hop trio Migos will be touring around the U.S. later this spring. The Atlanta-based group has announced the month-long ‘Yung Rich Nation’ Tour that kicks off in May, one month prior to the release of their debut album Y.R.N. Tha Album on June 16. The tour begins on May 1st at The Rave...

Michael Franti & Spearhead Reveal Summer Tour Dates

Michael Franti & Spearhead will be touring across North America this summer. The band has announced the ‘Once A Day Tour’, which will route them through the U.S. and Canada from June to September. The tour begins at The NorVA in Norfolk, Virginia on June 3rd and winds around the...

Neon Trees Reveal “Intimate” Summer U.S. Tour Dates

Pop rockers Neon Trees have announced summer touring plans across the U.S. The quartet will wind around the country in June and July, playing 26 dates in major cities along the way. Being titled as “an intimate night with Neon Trees”, the band will kick things off at the Showbox in...

Hamilton Leithauser Announces Solo North American Tour Dates

Former Walkmen frontman Hamilton Leithauser has plotted a North American tour this spring. The singer will be hitting the road in support of his latest release Black Hours, his debut solo record released in June of last year. The three-month tour kicks off at the Phuzz Fest in Winston-Salem,...

Deep Purple Announce North American Summer Tour

Deep Purple will be Highway Stars this summer. The iconic hard rock band has announced initial dates for a summer tour, which will run across North America in July and August. The tour is set to begin at the Art Park Amphitheatre in Lewiston, New Jersey on July 14. 12 dates are currently...

The Dillinger Escape Plan Announce Summer Northeast Tour Dates

Mathcore outfit The Dillinger Escape Plan has mapped out a small Northeast run in June. The quintet will hit four cities in the middle of month, including Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Boston and New York. The tour kicks off at the Rock & Roll Hotel in the nation’s capital on June 16....

The Story So Far Announce 2015 Tour Dates

Pop-band and California natives The Story So Far are going on a headlining tour this spring in support of their new self-titled album. The new record and the band’s third overall, is due out on May 19th with the first single “Nerve” available online now. The tour which includes support...

Leon Bridges Knee-Deep in Spring Tour Behind 2014 EP

Leon Bridges is wheeling across North America this spring. The soul singer is set to release his debut studio album later this year but dropped a two-song EP in October of last year to hold fans over until then. Bridges’ string of tour dates will run through June 23, when he wraps at the...

Slightly Stoopid and Dirty Heads Announce ‘Everything Is Awesome’ U.S. Summer Tour

Slightly Stoopid is teaming up with Dirty Heads on the ‘Everything Is Awesome’ 2015 summer tour, which will run across the U.S. from July to September. The two bands have also enlisted The Expendables and Stick Figure for select dates on the upcoming three-month road stint. The tour kicks...

Ciara Holding Band Auditions For Upcoming Tour Later this Year

Ciara is searching for the backing band on her upcoming tour. The “Goodies” singer is hitting the road later this year in support of her upcoming sixth album Jackie, which is slated to be released sometime this summer. The band tryouts will be held at SIR Studios in Hollywood this Friday,...

Whitesnake Announces 2015 North American Tour Dates

British rock band Whitesnake are going on tour this summer in support of their new album The Purple Album due out this year. This is the 12th album for the band and follow up to 2011’s Forevermore. The tour kicks off on May 28th at the Northern Quest Casino in Airway Heights, Washington and...

Top 5 Indie/Alternative Concert Tickets of the Week (3/9)

This week in indie and alternative concerts range from folk to punk and everything in between. Starting on March 12th, Americana band Alabama Shakes will be at the Beacon Theatre in New York City and on the same day Irish folk sensation Hozier will be at the Fillmore in Charlotte, North...

Juanes Announces Summer U.S. Loco de Amor Tour Dates

Latin sensation Juanes will be stateside this summer. Fresh off a Grammy Awards performance last month, the singer has announced a batch of U.S. dates in July and August as well as a final date in Miami this December. The ‘Loco de Amor Tour’ begins at the Rabobank Theater in Bakersfield,...

Alice In Chains Announces U.S. Summer Tour

Grunge royalty Alice In Chains will be back out on the road this summer. The band has announced a 20-show tour beginning in July that will run through the U.S. for four weeks, ultimately wrapping at Musikfest in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania on August 16. The band’s press release states that 2015...

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