After postponing multiple tour dates in Asia following a virus infection there last month, Paul McCartney has done the same for a string of concerts in North America, per his doctors’ advice.
It’s finally happened, Queen is bringing Adam Lambert on tour with them.
He also teased fans with talk of revealing music from his legendary “vault” of unreleased recordings to counter the numerous demo versions of older material floating around on the web.
In addition to headlining Delaware’s Firefly Music Festival and Alabama’s Hangout Music Festival, Johnson will embark on his own headlining tour, taking a few friends along with him.
The Bee Gees celebrated their 50th anniversary four years ago, and Barry Gibb is continuing the celebration by hitting the road this spring.
In addition to traveling overseas to London, Zurich and Paris in April, Timberlake will return stateside in July for stops in along the East Coast including North Carolina, Maryland and New York, before he heads to the West Coast.
Miley’s first tour behind her new album kicks off on Valentine’s Day in Vancouver, before making its first stop in the States on February 16.
Eighteen dates are set to be announced tomorrow for the tour, which is simply called “Paul Simon & Sting: On Stage Together,” with more to be announced soon.
The Wanted head back out on the road next year for their biggest tour yet. The boy band will head to the UK, Europe, Canada and the U.S. in support of their forthcoming studio album Word of Mouth.
“We’re entertainers, and the VMAs is the perfect place for a little shock and awe. I mean the whole point was to excite and provoke and entertain.”