Top 5 Tour Announcements of the Week
This week, Adele announces her Australian debut, Wilco takes root in Chicago, and Bruno Mars drops a years’ worth of tour dates. Here’s who we’re most excited to see hit the road.
Bruno Mars ’24K Magic’ World Tour
Bruno Mars has a busy year ahead of him. The “Uptown Funk” singer has just announced the “24K Magic” tour, which will have him touring worldwide from March 28 to November 11 of 2017. The North American leg kicks off on July 15 in Las Vegas, NV, and includes multiple stops in the NYC area. The tour is in support of his upcoming album of the same name. Click here to browse tickets.
Wilco Chicago ‘Winterlude’ Tour
Wilco lovers of Chicago, rejoice! The beloved indie band will take up residence in their Illinois hometown with three performances at the Chicago Theatre. The shows are scheduled for February 22, 23 and 25, with the general on-sale beginning on November 18. Click here to browse tickets.
Adele Australian Tour
With her massive “25” tour coming to an end, it only makes sense that Adele would announce a fresh batch of shows in an exciting new location. For the first time in the singer’s 10-year career she’ll be touring throughout Australia, with shows slated for Perth, Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne. Click here to browse tickets.
Sting 2017 Tour Dates
In support of his new album, 57th and 9th, the prolific Sting has announced a round of tour dates which includes stops in Canada, Europe and the US. The fun begins on February 1 in Vancouver, BC, at the Commodore Ballroom and wraps up on April 13 in Paris at Olympia. In between catch him in Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, NYC and more. Click here to browse tickets.
Blink 182 UK Tour
After a successful summer tour with new guitarist Matt Skiba, Blink 182 are taking their act overseas for a headlining European tour. The shows, in support of this year’s California release, are slated to run from July 3 to July 19, beginning in Cardiff at the Motorpoint Arena. Click here to browse tickets.
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