Paul McCartney fans, strap in. The “One on One” tour continues to be something special. What began in April 2016 continues this summer in the U.S. The tour has already covered shows in North America, Europe and South America — all of which have been met with stunning reviews. Want to be a part of history? Starting July 5, the former Beatle and solo sensation will perform in Miami at American Airlines Arena. From there, he’ll perform throughout the U.S., concluding Oct. 1 in Detroit.
It’s not in your head — The Cranberries are, indeed, taking their show on tour. Tickets are on sale for their upcoming tour, starting Sept. 11 at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, TN. Delores O’Riordan and the gang are taking it throughout the U.S. and Canada from there, with performances in New York, Toronto, Chicago and Denver, among other cities. It’s a short stint though, ending Oct. 6 in LA, Calif. So, if you’re a fan… make time in that month-long span.
Garth Brooks fans are serious about this country star’s music. And why not? The household name has generated a generation of top country hits, including Friends in Low Places, The Thunder Rolls, Standing Outside the Fire… the list goes on. Aiming to be a part of the music? Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood are taking it on the road, with tickets on sale for shows starting May 5 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo. The tour will wrap up Sept. 20 at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn.
The youngest of the Jackson “kids” announced an upcoming tour. Janet Jackson’s ‘State of the World’ tour includes includes performances around the globe, with 4 months dedicated to North America. Janet Jackson is starting her 4-month long stint Sept. 7 in Lafayette, La. From there, she’ll make stops at major arenas, including Seattle’s Key Arena, Memphis’s Fed Ex Forum and Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. The tour wraps up Dec. 17 in Atlanta.
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