Macklemore hits the country this fall with his Gemini Tour. It all kicks off in Chicago on Sept. 16, stopping along the way everywhere from Detroit and Los Angeles to Philadelphia and Boston, where the tour wraps up on Nov. 14. The rapper will also make a stop in Toronto. "Mack" will be touring in support of his forthcoming sophomore album, the follow-up to his breakout release “The Heist” from 2012.
Disney on Ice
Disney on Ice never fails to light up the eyes of kids and adults alike, and these upcoming tours are no different. With a total of 86 performances on the schedule, Disney on Ice features several varying shows: Frozen, Dare to Dream, Dream Big and Follow Your Heart.
With hosts Minnie and Mickey Mouse, Frozen fittingly takes its fearless fairytale to the ice, with Anna, Queen Elsa, Kristoff, and of course Olaf the snowman, melting the hearts of audiences of all ages—coming soon to Mississippi and Pennsylvania.
The Dare to Dream edition brings Disney princesses — a 75-year Disney tradition — to life, with favorites including Rapunzel, Tiana, Snow White, Cinderella and Aurora lacing up their ice skates for two hours of entertainment. Catch it anywhere from Brooklyn, New York, to Worcester, Massachusetts.
Disney on Ice's Dream Big brings several much-loved stories to the ice. Provoked by a smidgen of dust from Tinker Bell, rediscover the worlds of Cinderella, Belle, Rapunzel, Anna and Elsa, and more in cities like Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and Sacramento, California.
Elf the Musical
The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear—and watching Elf the Musical on stage. With 25 shows in total, the adored story of a human who grew up as an elf at the North Pole will travel past seven levels of the Candy Cane forest, through the sea of swirly-twirly gum drops and then through the Lincoln Tunnel to audiences at Madison Square Garden in New York. From there he’ll delight audiences at the Emens Auditorium in Muncie, Indiana, among other venues.
Vegas Golden Knights
What an exciting year for hockey and for the state of Nevada, as the Vegas Golden Knights debut this year. It's the first time Las Vegas has ever hosted hockey, so the season is sure to start off with a bang at T-Mobile Arena. The Knights will take on everyone from the Anaheim Ducks to the Ottawa Senators. Snag tickets this week to ensure a seat in hockey history.
Want to see a double-drop kick in person? Find a seat ringside as WWE Live brings its lineup of superstars—like Alexa Bliss, Matt Hardy, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns—to Grand Forks, North Dakota; Canton, Ohio, and more