Fall concert season is officially in full swing. Upcoming North American shows for Lana Del Rey, Australian indie pop act Sheppard, and Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant have been revealed, while Paramore, Marilyn Manson and Imagine Dragons have already hit the road.
Lana Del Rey just revealed her North American headlining “LA TO THE MOON” Tour will kick-off this winter with support from Jhene Aiko and Kali Uchis. The 24-date run is set to begin on January 5th at the Target Center in Minneapolis, MN and will wrap up in Honolulu, HI at Waikiki Shell on February 24th. Before Lana hits the road this winter, she is finishing up the year with shows at the Terminal 5 in New York City on October 23 and 24 and at Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival Festival in Los Angeles on October 28.
Paramore kicked off Tour Two last month in Jacksonville, Florida with Los Angeles natives Best Coast. On the band’s current Fall run, the power-pop trio have performed tracks from their latest release After Laughter for the first time live.
View a fan filmed clip from the band’s kick-off set below:
A few of Paramore’s dates in Orlando and Miami were rescheduled to December due to the hurricane.
Rock quartet Imagine Dragons launched their fall headlining ‘Evolve World Tour‘ in Phoenix, Arizona on September 26th at the Talking Sticks Resort Arena. You can view the group’s setlist from the first week of shows here. Find out which tracks Imagine Dragon’s have incorporated into their Evolve World Tour setlist.
Shock rocker Marilyn Manson also kicked off his headlining Heaven Upside Down Tour at The Filmore in Silver Springs Maryland. Unfortunately, the singer was injured by a falling stage prop at the Hammerstein Ballroom in Manhattan. The singer is now recovering and had postponed nine tour dates from his Oct. 2 show in Boston through an Oct. 14 concert in Houston. All 9 dates will be rescheduled.
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