Hottest Tour Announcements of the Week
Between Phil Collins’ and Xtina’s comeback tours and J. Cole’s trek with Young Thug, this week’s list of tour announcements is one for the books.
Check ’em out below.
Christina Aguilera ‘Liberation’ Tour
For the first time in a decade pop icon Christina Aguilera is going on a North American tour. The singer has announced a 24-date trek, with performances slated at theaters and arenas around the US (plus one stop in Ontario). The Liberation Tour kicks off in Miami on September 25 at the Hard Rock Live Arena. Browse tickets & tour dates.
J. Cole ‘KOD’ Tour
J. Cole has just announced a whopping 34-date tour slated for the end of summer/early part of fall. The hip-hop star will be joined by Young Thug for the majority of The KOD Tour, which will begin on August 9 in Miami at the American Airlines Arena. Other stops include New Orleans, Oakland, Nashville, Denver, Chicago and NYC. Browse tickets & tour dates.
Phil Collins ‘Not Dead Yet’ Tour
The iconic Phil Collins is back with his first North American tour in 12 years. The singer has just revealed dates behind the Not Dead Yet tour, with a string of 15 shows scheduled for the month of October. The fun begins on October 5 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL at the BB&T Center. Browse tickets & tour dates.
Nine Inch Nails ‘Cold and Black Infinite’ Tour
In support of their new album Bad Witch (due out on June 22), Nine Inch Nails are hitting the road. The band has announced details behind the Cold and Black Infinite Tour, which kicks off on September 13 with a two-night run at Comerica Theatre in Phoenix. They’ll be joined by the Jesus and Mary Chain for the duration of the trek. Browse tickets & tour dates.
Neil Young Solo Tour
After a successful run of West Coast shows with his reunited Crazy Horse band, Neil Young has announced a batch of solo performances slated for later this summer. The six-date trek kicks off on June 28 at the Fox Theatre in St. Louis, MO, followed by two nights in Chicago, an evening in Detroit, and then a two-night run at the Wang Theatre in Boston to close things out. Browse tickets & tour dates.