Hottest Tour Announcements of the Week
From Justin Timberlake to Bon Jovi, Rascal Flatts to the return of Matt and Kim. Check out who we’re most excited to see hit the road!
Matt and Kim Tour
After being forced to cancel their 2017 tour dates due to Kim sustaining a knee injury, Matt and Kim are finally ready to return to the road. The duo have just announced dates for a lengthy spring trek slated to kick off on March 7 in Ithaca, NY and wrap up on May 5 at Shaky Knees Festival. Look for a new album from the band in the spring. Browse tickets & tour dates.
Rod Stewart + Cyndi Lauper Tour
After a successful summer 2017 run together, Rod Stewart and Cyndi Lauper are hitting the road again. The pop icons have just released a slew of summer tour dates, kicking off on June 25 at the Hollywood Bowl in California. They’ll also make stops in Orlando, Nashville, NYC, Denver and San Diego. Browse tickets & tour dates.
Bon Jovi ‘This House is Not For Sale’ Tour
After a successful 2017 run that grossed $47 million in North American ticket sales, Bon Jovi is taking his This House is Not for Sale tour back on the road. Catch the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee starting on March 14 at the Pepsi Center in Denver. The tour concludes on May 14 in Washington DC. Browse tickets & tour dates.
Rascal Flatts ‘Back to Us’ Tour
In leu of their most recent studio album, Back to Us, which was released last year, Rascal Flatts is hitting the road for a 2018 tour. The 25+ city trek will see the trio in major cities throughout North America, including stops in the East Coast, South, Midwest and West Coast. No dates or venues have been revealed just yet, so stay tuned. Browse tickets & tour dates.
Justin Timberlake ‘Man of the Woods’ Tour
Last week Justin Timberlake revealed details behind the Man of the Woods album. Now he’s dropped the tour dates. Catch the multi-talented musician starting on March 18 in Toronto through May 30 in Memphis, with stops in Chicago, NYC, Houston, Nashville and Orlando (to name a few). He’ll also perform at this year’s Super Bowl. Browse tickets & tour dates.
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