Top 5 Tour Announcements of the Week
This week, old school rockers return to the road, including dates from Sir Paul and the Doobie Brothers. Plus, festival lineups and rumors roll in, including a return from the one-and-only Foo Fighters.
Chicago and the Doobie Brothers Summer Tour
Chicago and the Doobie Brothers are teaming up again for another round of tour dates. Slated for this summer, catch the iconic bands from June 7 to July 30, kicking off at the Concord Pavilion in Concord, CA. Click here to track Chicago and the Doobie Brothers.
Twiddle Winter Tour
The much-buzzed-about jam band Twiddle have announced a run of winter shows. While they’ll perform mainly in the Northeast, you can also catch them for two nights in Boulder and one stop in San Francisco in February. They’ll also be part of Jam Cruise later this month. Click here to track Twiddle tickets.
Paul McCartney 2017 Tour Dates
The unstoppable Paul McCartney has just revealed plans to bring his One On One tour to Japan this spring. The Macca will head to Tokyo on April 27, 29 and 30, with the promise of even more tour dates to follow. Click here to track Paul McCartney tickets.
Foo Fighters @ BottleRock Fest
It seems the Foo Fighters are ready to come out of retirement from the road. The Dave Grohl-fronted rock group has been announced as headliners for BottleRock fest in Napa this Memorial Day Weekend, in addition to a slew of European festival gigs. Will this be the first in a series of headlining US shows? We’ll find out soon enough. Click here to track Foo Fighters tickets.
U2 @ Bonnaroo
In celebration of The Joshua Tree‘s 30th anniversary, U2 is planning a string of “very special shows” for later this year. While no dates have been confirmed, Billboard has reported that the band will be at this year’s Bonnaroo, along with a pair of shows at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. Other artists rumored to appear at the Tennessee fest are Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Weeknd and Chance the Rapper. Click here to track U2 tickets.
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