From hip hop to classic rock, new tickets released this week run the gamut. With Bob Seger, Marc Anthony, Lauryn Hill AND Bryson Tiller adding new shows, fans who thought they might be missing out have a chance to get in on the action.
Lauryn Hill and Nas
Looking for that thing this summer? You’ll likely find it with Lauryn Hill and Nas, who are set to begin their new tour, beginning Sept. 7 at the Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island in Chicago. It’s not the first time the two have taken the stage together — in 2012, they toured together and previously worked together on the single, “If I Ruled the World.”
Looking for that old time rock ‘n’ roll? Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band are bringing it with the Runaway Train Tour. The classic rock artists announced the new tour, which includes 24 stops — for now. Rumored to be his last tour, Bob Seger fans are clamoring to witness his night moves one last time.
The Runaway Train Tour kicks off Aug. 24 at the Huntington Center in Toledo, Ohio., with stops throughout the U.S. The last scheduled show is Oct. 28 at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona. However, Rolling Stone magazine reported the tour will likely evolve to include additional shows in LA, Chicago, San Francisco, Seattle and Minneapolis.
Marc Anthony released tickets for his Full Circle Tour, beginning Aug. 25 at Webster Bank Arena at Harbor Yard in Bridgeport, Conn. The tour is being promoted as an intimate one, with a specially designed circular stage that Marc Anthony says will help him connect with his audience (and make sense of his tour name). In a statement that appeared in Billboard Magazine, he said, “I want to feel my people very close to me, and dedicate all my songs to them in a very personal manner to thank them from the bottom of my heart for being with me since the beginning of my career.”
Hip hop fans! Tickets for Bryson Tiller’s Set it Off Tour are now on sale. Following the release of True to Self, the hip hop artist is taking his game on the road. The North American portion of the tour begins Aug. 3 at Fabulous Fox Theatre in Atlanta. From there, he’ll travel throughout the country, with the final show (for now) set for Sept. 16 at KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Ky.