Buckle up for a massive series of tours on sale today and find out how to get tickets. Plus, don’t forget that through May 10, Live Nation is offering $25 all-inclusive tickets to thousands of concerts.
Meanwhile, Metric has announced a comeback that includes a new album and a new tour. Broken Social Scene will be touring North America in support of their brilliant second album. And country superstar Luke Combs is offering special ticket prices. Get the details on those gigs and more below.
Funk favorite Thundercat have announced a number of new headlining tour dates to go along with their upcoming stint opening for Red Hot Chili Peppers. This tour comes in support of his latest album, 2020’s It’s like that. Tickets for these newly announced dates will go on sale today, May 6, at 10:00 a.m. local time through Ticketmaster.
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Canadian collective Broken Social celebrates the 20th anniversary of their beloved second album, You forgot it in people, with a North American tour this fall. Promising tracks from the album and other favorites from the band’s discography, it’s a must-see for longtime fans. Tickets for the 18-date outing, which kicks off in September, go on sale to the general public today. Secure them through Ticketmaster.
Metrics are making a comeback. Following the release of their new album in July, Formentera, they will travel to 39 different cities. The North American trek begins in August and ends in October. Tickets go on sale to the general public today, May 6, at 10 a.m. local time. Lock yours on Ticketmaster.
Not only is Luke Combs gearing up for a big tour that spans late summer to early fall, but he’s pricing tickets at pre-pandemic levels. In a recent statement on the ‘Middle of Somewhere’ tour, the artist shared, “I know the price of everything has gone up over the last few years and there’s nothing I can do about it, but the only thing I can do is fix the price of my tickets.
Tickets go on sale today through Ticketmaster at 10 a.m. local time.
Not only will AWOLNATION be embarking on a 30-date tour, but they will also be joined by Badflower and The Mysterines for the entire trek. The “Falling Forward Tour” takes place in October and November. Lock in tickets through Ticketmaster today.
The upcoming tour coincides with the release of AWOLNATION’s new covers and collaborations album, My echo, my shadow, my blankets and me, which claims appearances from Beck, Portugal. the man, Brandon Boyd of Incubus, and more.
Bonobo takes a full band on the road for 20 dates across North America. To offer fans the chance to hear excerpts from his latest album, fragments, the trek begins in Ottawa, Canada in September. Grab seats on Ticketmaster today, when general on-sale begins at 10:00 a.m.
Australian trio Camp Cope have announced a North American tour for the summer of 2022 in support of their third album, March race with the hurricane. The 18-day ride, which includes select dates to support Lucy Dacus, kicks off in Boston on July 8 and also visits cities including Toronto, Montreal, New York, Seattle and San Francisco. Tickets will go on sale to the general public at 10:00 a.m. local time. Grab yours through Ticketmaster.
Shamir celebrates his acclaimed album, heterosexuality, with a headlining tour kicking off in July. The summer trek includes stops in Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles, Toronto, and more.
A rotating cast of Evil, Poolblood, Creeping Charlie, Fashion Club, Lance Redeker and Spyca serves as the opener. Secure your tickets on Ticketmaster today when general on-sale begins at 10:00 a.m. local time.
Michael Bublé hits the road again. The “Higher Tour” passes through 27 US cities in August, September and October, including New York, Washington, DC, Nashville, Philadelphia, and more.
The tour comes in support of the crooner’s new album, Upper. Buy tickets through Ticketmaster from 10:00 a.m.
Singer, dancer and choreographer Teyana Taylor has announced a farewell tour. Beginning this summer, ‘The Last Rose Petal 2 Tour’ takes the artist through his latest series of live dates across the United States and includes stops in Los Angeles, Houston, New Orleans, Atlanta, Miami, etc Tickets for this second installment of the farewell tour are available to the general public today, Friday, May 6, at 10:00 a.m. local time on Ticketmaster.