New Tickets On Sale This Week
Amy Grant — 2/14 at 10am
The Queen of Christian Pop is joining up with country icon Vince Gill for another round of shows in 2015, reprising their sold-out 2014 Christmas residency at Nashville’s historic Ryman Theater. The holidays are a ways off, but tickets will go fast — the pair’s soul-satisfying, critically acclaimed show has become a holiday tradition popular with fans of all ages.
— Amy Grant (@amygrant) December 4, 2014
Brad Paisley — 2/13 at 10am
Brad Paisley’s Crushin’ It World Tour kicks off in May, and fans in select cities can score tickets as soon as Valentine’s Day weekend. The country crooner is a world-class performer, and his upbeat live performances always get ticket buyers rocking with feel-good favorites like “She’s Everything” and “River Bank”.
Chromeo — 2/13 at 10am
The electro-funk masters always get booties shaking at their party-worthy live shows. For their 2015 “Funk at the Bowl” series the duo will light up historic open-air venues up and down California with their danceable blend of disco and old school funk.
Godsmack — 2/13 at 10am
Alt metal icons Godsmack are hitting the road in 2015 to support their critically acclaimed sixth album 1000hp. The band always puts the pedal to the metal at their live shows, thoroughly rocking ticket buyers with face-melting riffs, insane pyrotechnics, and high-octane favorites like “Voodoo” and “I Stand Alone”.
Hozier — 2/13 at 10am
The lusciously locked Irish crooner was one of 2014’s biggest breakout stars, and he’ll continue to take fans to church in 2015 on a highly anticipated US tour. The will take fans across the country to church.
Imagine Dragons — 2/17 at 10am
Las Vegas rockers Imagine Dragons continue to do Sin City proud with spectacular live performances across the country that put adrenaline-fueled showmanship front and center. On their 2015 Smoke + Mirrors Tour the band will treat ticket buyers to dance-worthy sets featuring favorites like “Radioactive” and “Demon” alongside brand-new cuts from their long-awaited sophomore album.
Lady Antebellum — 2/13 at 10am
The youthful energy, emotional songwriting, and onstage chemistry of these Grammy-winning country mainstays keep fans coming back for more. For their 2015 Wheels Up Tour Lady Antebellum is hitting the road with Hunter Hayes and Sam Hunt, a powerhouse lineup that promises ticket buyers one heck of a rollicking concert experience.
— CMT (@CMT) February 11, 2015
Rob Zombie — 2/13 at 10am
When it comes to hair-raising heavy metal spectacle, few acts hold a candle to the supremely sinister Rob Zombie. The veteran rocker’s menacingly macabre live shows feature skeletons, costume makeup, insane pyrotechnics, over-the-top stagewear, and, of course, morbid favorites like “Dragula” and “The Devil’s Rejects”. Need we say more?
Romeo Santos — 2/13 at 10am
As frontman of legendary Bronx-based bachata outfit Aventura, Romeo Santo became one of the most important Latin voices of his generation. Since going solo in 2011 he’s continued his reign, topping the Tropical chart eight times in four years and keeping fans dancing the night away on his red-hot tours.
— Romeo Santos (@RomeoSantosPage) January 21, 2015
San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo — 2/13 at 6pm
What’s better than a rodeo? A rodeo followed by a concert! Have it all at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, where every night’s lineup of bull-roping, bronco-riding events is followed by a live performance. This year’s schedule has a little something for everyone, from country favorites like Keith Urban and Hunter Hayes to soulful crooner John Legend and rock favorites Styx.
Spoon — 2/13 at 10am
Veteran rockers Spoon continue to enjoy both indie cred and mainstream popularity, and their creative live shows perfectly reflect their unique combination of arty appeal and radio-friendly accessibility. On tour the band performs alternate arrangements of favorites like “I Turn My Camera On” and “Stay Don’t Go” alongside newer cuts from their 2014 masterstroke They Want My Soul, consistently impressing fans with their musicianship, creativity, and electric energy.
Texas Motor Speedway Races — 2/13 at 9am
Watching NASCAR on TV is great, but being there at the speedway to actually hear the roaring engines and feel the heat of the action is what it’s all about. Whether you’re out for the Duck Commander 500 or the Firestone 600, you’re in for a wild ride.
— Texas Motor Speedway (@TXMotorSpeedway) February 10, 2015
Toronto Blue Jays — 2/18 at 10am
The Jays are the only non-US team to ever win a World Series — a historic feat they accomplished not once but twice with back-to-back victories in 1992 and 1993. Watch them try to make it three in 2015 as they take the field at Rogers Stadium against rivals like the Detroit Tigers and the Montreal Expos.
— Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) February 10, 2015
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