A$AP Rocky, Don Henley, Book of Mormon, & More On Sale

A$AP Rocky, Don Henley, Book of Mormon, & More On Sale

A$AP Rocky – 8/7 @ 10 AM

A$AP Rocky has climbed to the top of the hip hop world by slaying audiences with killer verses on tracks like “Cockiness (Love It)”, “Wild for the Night”, and “Fashion Killa”. Now he’s teaming up with renowned contemporary Tyler, the Creator for a U.S. tour, which includes a highly anticipated NYC homecoming show at Madison Square Garden.


Dallas Stars – 8/10 @ 10 AM
“Everything is bigger in Texas” especially expectations for the Dallas Stars. Two years after their most recent playoff appearance they’re bringing a fiery intensity to the ice in 2015. It’s no surprise fans are clamoring to pack the rink for home-ice advantage against division rivals like the Winnipeg Jets (November 12) and Minnesota Wild (November 14).


Don Henley – 8/7 @ 10 AM

Fresh off a world tour with the Eagles, the legendary frontman thrilled fans again with the announcement of 14 solo dates across North America to promote his new album Cass County. He’s sure to get crowds excited with Eagles favorites like “In the Long Run”, “Hotel California”, and “Desperado” when he plays a series of intimate sets at theaters like the Fox Theatre in Detroit this fall.

Don Henley will launch the “CASS COUNTY TOUR 2015” on October 3 in Phoenix, Arizona, following the September 25 release…

Posted by Don Henley on Monday, August 3, 2015


Gary Clark, Jr. – 8/7 @ 10 AM

Gary Clark Jr. has been driving crowds wild the past few years with his fiery renditions of blues standards and heart-felt originals. After his new album The Story of Sonny Boy Slim drops this September, he’s bringing signature scorchers like “When My Train Pulls In” and “Ain’t Messin ‘Round” to blues aficionados across North America.


King Diamond – 8/7 @ 7 AM

Danish heavy metal icon King Diamond has been blowing audiences away with his killer pipes and demented stage show for over forty years. Now he’s performing his seminal album Abigail in its entirety, and bringing thrash masters Exodus for an evening of metal mayhem to the Wiltern in LA, House of Blues Las Vegas, and many more dates.


The Book of Mormon (Touring) – 8/9 @ 10 AM

This hilarious and soul-searching musical from the brilliant creators of South Park and Avenue Q has been packing in audiences since its 2011 Broadway debut. Fans in the Washington D.C. area will be singing along to numbers like “I Believe” when this side-splitting show plays at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center this November.


The Illusionists (Touring) – 8/10 @ 9 AM Iowa/Nebraska & 8/10 @ 10 AM

Nashville Magic is best experienced LIVE, and the seven stunning magicians in The Illusionists are some of the best in the world. The production has won over Broadway audiences, and now they’ll be mesmerizing crowds at the Tennessee Theatre in Knoxville and the Adler Theatre in Des Moines, IA. This September and October is going to be extra magical.


The String Cheese Incident – 8/7 @ 10 AM

These carefree jam rockers always deliver psychedelic sounds and the visuals to match. With their evolving improvisation, ticket buyers always get a one-of-a-kind experience that’s trippy and unforgettable. Get psyched as they bring their marathon sets to venues across the country, including four fall dates at New York’s Madison Square Garden.


Victor Manuelle – 8/7 @ 10 AM

One of the biggest salsa singers to emerge in the ‘90s, Victor Manuelle helped define the sound of modern salsa with hits like “Hay Que Poner el Alma”, “Volveras”, and “Así Es la Mujer”. Now he’s bringing his tropical rhythms back to the U.S. for a 20-date tour, including stops at the House of Blues Dallas and the Hard Rock Miami.

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Posted by Víctor Manuelle on Thursday, July 30, 2015


Wicked (Touring) – 8/10 @ 10 AM

Wicked has been bringing crowds to Broadway for over a decade, and it doesn’t seem like this musical tour de force will be closing any time soon. What’s new is that fans in Missouri won’t have to click their heels three times and wish they were in New York to see it—the touring company is bringing the show to Music Hall Kansas City with tickets going on sale this Monday.