The Let’s Make Things Physical Tour coincides with the launch of the twin musical duo’s second single, “I Was A Fool.”
Katy Perry is leaving no city unvisited on her forthcoming 2014 Prismatic World Tour. The singer just announced 12 new U.S. dates on her tour including additional stops in Washington, DC; Brooklyn, New York; and Boston, Mass., among others.
The #TRUETOUR will hit major North American venues starting in April.
Lorde, the GRAMMY-nominated de facto rookie of the year with her ubiquitous song “Royals” and her remarkable debut LP Pure Heroine, will head out on a North American tour in the spring of 2014.
If you thought it would all be over after her August appearances, guess again. Beyoncé has announced extended dates on her Mrs. Carter World Tour. After she appears at Made In America in Philly, the singer will head down to South America for the rest of August and September.
Selena Gomez is gearing up for her album release with a world tour. Days after she performed her new single for the first time on television at the MTV Movie Awards, Gomez revealed her 56-city world tour.
Breakout folk-rockers the Lumineers continue a banner year including two GRAMMY nominations and a Platinum-selling single “Ho Hey” by announcing a slew of new North American tour dates.
After taking this year’s coveted Album of the Year GRAMMY for sophomore album Babel, Mumford & Sons have announced a victory lap. British folk-rockers will play a slew of 2013 North American tour dates, including a stop at this year’s Bonnaroo in Manchester, TN, this June.
Beyoncé blew our minds (and caused a power outage) with her Super Bowl halftime performance last night, but it seems that was just a tiny taste of what’s to come.
Today in their hometown of Chicago, multi-platinum Grammy-nominated group Fall Out Boy announced that they have reunited after an indefinitie hiatus and will debut their new single “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)” today on iTunes.