Jackson performs Never Can Say Goodbye, Rocking Robin and a host of other hits along with his brothers, the Jacksons, at the Moving Violations tour in Mexico.
Jackson begins his first solo tour of the world tour in Osaka Japan.
Waits announces a summer tour named the Glitter and Doom tour and includes 13 cities. The announcement comes in the form of a streaming video that seems to be a press conference. Instead, at the end of the video, it reveals Waits talking to an empty room with recorded questions coming from a record player set amid empty chairs.
Minaj starts the first day of her North American Pink Friday tour by performing a 90 minute set in Chicago IL, at the Chicago Center.
Horan announces a third date added to One Direction Tour.
We are going to be coming back and we’re playing a third date at Staples Center on Aug. 9. We’re super excited, we love coming to LA. California’s just a great place. We’ve obviously spent a lot of time there recording and doing shows there too. So, it’s good to always come back. When we heard that a lot of people wanted us to come back we said, “Let’s do another show.”
Brooks officially announces his return to the road life and an upcoming comeback tour. Brooks states that the 2014 world tour venture is likely to span for a three year period and he wants it to be bigger than anything he’s ever done before.
We actually have a new sound system that’s never been used that’s coming — a new technology — so everyone in the room can feel the thump.
OneRepublic announces their 42 city north American Native Summer Tour with dates from May 28 through Aug. 28.
I was a history buff when I was a kid, so it’s kind of a dream job because I get to see all the places that I read about growing up. I mean, we are going to take in as much as we can on the days off eat at all the coolest and best places. We’re kind of like the musical version of Anthony Bourdain when we are on the road.
BBC confirms that Top Gear live world tour will go ahead and will feature Clarkson along with May and Hammond. The tour will not have BBC branding. BBC spokesman:
So as not to disappoint the thousands of people around the world who have already purchased tickets, BBC Worldwide has agreed with our joint venture partner Brand Events that the remainder of the tour can continue.
The band announces a 15 city tour in North America. The tour commences on May 24 at Petco Park in San Diego, California. Richards:
We love being out on the road and it is great to come back to North America. I can’t wait to get back on the stage.
Prince announces a short-notice concert, featuring his band 3rdEyeGirl, scheduled for May 19 at Toronto’s Sony Centre for the Performing Arts. Tickets go on sale at noon Monday through Live Nation. The musician’s HitnRun tour is built around the concept of near-impromptu performances in different cities.
Bieber announces his North American Purpose tour on the Ellen show. The singer’s 58-date America and Canada tour kicks off March 9th, 2016 in Seattle and concludes July 18th at New York’s Madison Square Garden. Beiber has trouble remembering the start date
I will start this tour … oh gosh, this is the only thing I had to remember… You can go to my website to find out.
Kenzo is invited to be part of the forthcoming South by Southwest (SXSW), in Austin, Texas, in March. President Obama and Michelle Obama will both attend the event.
James announces that The Slow Readers Club will be support act on the upcoming Girl At The End Of The World tour.
Delighted to announce our support for eleven of the May dates on the Girl At The End Of The World Tour will be an up and coming Manchester band Jim and Saul have been championing of late, The Slow Readers Club. They’ll be joining us in Bristol, Southend-on-Sea, London x3, Norwich, Bournemouth, Llandudno, Hull, Newcastle, and Nottingham. You can listen to a particular fave of Jim’s here – I Saw A Ghost performed live in Manchester Library.
The band announces the Through The Shadows tour, which will play at the following venues:
- Sat 21 October – Dublin, The Button Factory
- Sat 4 November – Birmingham, Academy 3
- Fri 10 November – London, The Garage
- Fri 17 November – Bristol, Thekla
- Thu 23 November – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
- Fri 24 November – Manchester, Albert Hall
- Sat 9 December – Glasgow – King Tuts
The band announces their third album, Build A Tower, will be released on May 4. They also announce a tour to promote the album, with dates in Cardiff, Southampton, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow, Newcastle, Hull, Nottingham, Wolverhampton, Norwich, Northwich, London and Stoke.
The band announce two tour dates in China, one in Beijing and at The Strawberry Festival in Hangzhou.
Aaron: The label we are signed to, Modern Sky, is Chinese. It’s odd one: we’re going on the Wednesday and coming back on Saturday night, and back to work on Monday. We thought Isle of Wight on one day was bad. It’s Beijing and Hangzhou. It should be great. I thought we’d be doing Berlin before Beijing. The ambition is to get out to Europe an the states. Europe seems a logical stop. I’m a stats nerd so we can see on Spotify we’re being listened out there.
We're off to CHINA ?? pic.twitter.com/cTd5tRlNN2
— THE SLOW READERS CLUB (@slowreadersclub) March 23, 2018