Hottest Tour Announcements of the Week
Save for a few artists, this week’s list of hottest tour announcements could’ve come straight out of the 90s. No complaints here.
Elton John ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road’ Tour
Elton John has announced that he’ll be retiring from the road–after performing 300 shows all over the world over the next three years. Dubbed the Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour, catch John in North America starting on September 8 at the PPL Center in Allentown, PA. The singer will make multiple stops at cities all around the U.S. and Canada, stretching into early 2019. Browse tickets & tour dates.
Pearl Jam ‘The Home Shows’ Tour
Pearl Jam is giving back to their hometown. The grunge rockers have announced a two-night affair at Seattle’s Safeco Field slated to take place on August 8 and 10 with the proceeds going to fight homelessness. In addition to the Seattle shows, the band will also perform in Chicago, Boston and Missoula, Montana. Browse tickets & tour dates.
Britney Spears ‘Piece of Me’ Tour
After a four-year run in Las Vegas that grossed over $137 million, Britney Spears is closing up shop at Axis at Planet Hollywood and taking her Piece of Me Tour on the road. Catch the pop princess at major cities along the East Coast for the month of July, followed by a run through Europe in August. Browse tickets & tour dates.
Phish Summer Tour
After spending last summer firmly planted in New York City for the Baker’s Dozen residency, jam band Phish are returning to tradition and will hit the road this year. Their 2018 summer tour kicks off with a two-night run at Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena on July 17 and 18, followed by multi-night stops at The Gorge, Verizon Amphitheatre and Merriweather Post Pavilion. Browse tickets & tour dates.
TDE: The Championship Tour
Kendrick Lamar. SZA. Schoolboy Q. Hell, nearly the entire Top Dog Entertainment gang. They’re all heading out on a joint trek dubbed The Championship Tour, which will take place over the first half of the summer. The epic run of concerts kicks off on May 4 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, followed by stops along the Pacific Northwest, Southwest and up along the East Coast. Browse tickets & tour dates.