Top 5 Tour Announcements of the Week
A country singer, a Beatle, a comedian, and a couple hipsters walk into a bar… Here’s who we’re most excited to see announce tours over the last seven days.
Paul McCartney ‘One on One’ Tour
The man, the myth, the legend, Sir Paul McCartney, has announced the initial batch of dates for his One on One tour. Currently, you can catch him in the Pacific Northwest, British Columbia, plus a stop in Arizona and South Dakota. He’ll also headline Rock Werchter festival in Belgium. Click here for more info.
The Flaming Lips Spring/Summer Tour
For fans that missed (or opted out of) seeing the Flaming Lips tour with Miley Cyrus late last year, you’ll have another chance to catch the Wayne Coyne-fronted psych-rock outfit. They have five U.S. dates scheduled for summer–including a stop at Red Rocks and headlining gigs at Sloss and Moonstone festival–plus a show in Columbia and England. Click here for more info.
Amy Schumer Spring Tour
Amy Schumer continues to rocket into superstardom with a successful comedy, acting and writing career. Now the Emmy winner is returning to her stand-up roots, having just announced a 19-date spring tour. Set to kick off on April 7 in Reading, PA, catch the comedian throughout the North and Southeast, culminating in a June 23 Madison Square Garden gig. Click here for more info.
Dolly Parton ‘Pure & Simple’ Tour
Age ain’t nothing but a number for Dolly Parton, as the 70-year-old icon has just announced the most extensive tour of her career (along with a new double-album). The Pure & Simple tour will see her in stripped-down setting, performing some of her greatest hits without the help of fancy lights, instruments or video. Click here for more info.
Radiohead World Tour
Radiohead fans have been waiting with baited breath for the band to make an announcement regarding tour dates, and now they finally have. In addition to their previously announced festival dates, catch the band throughout Europe, Japan, Mexico, plus two nights in NYC and two nights in Los Angeles. Click here for more info.