Here’s our weekly round up of new tickets going on sale this week.
Mariah Carey – 11/14 and 11/15 @ 10 AM
Mariah Carey’s sensational concerts always thrill audiences with a nonstop parade of chart-topping hits like “Fantasy”, “Dreamlover”, and “We Belong Together”. Now she’s gracing the legendary Beacon Theatre stage for a three-night stand, giving all her Big Apple fans a chance to experience her flawless vocals in person.
— Mariah Carey (@MariahCarey) June 2, 2015
Bonnie Raitt – 11/13 @ 10 AM
Bonnie Raitt always gets the house rocking with her superb voice and serious guitar licks on hits like “Something to Talk About”, “I Can’t Make You Love Me”, and “Love Sneakin’ Up On You”. After announcing her new album Dig in Deep, she’s bringing her bluesy style to 17 venues across North America for her 2016 tour.
— Bonnie Raitt (@TheBonnieRaitt) November 7, 2015
G-Eazy – 11/12 @ 10 AM
G-Eazy’s new album When It’s Dark Out drops next month, and he just added 10 dates on his When It’s Dark Out tour. He’s teaming up with A$AP Ferg for multiple dates on the tour, and rap fans can’t afford to miss this alternative hip hop show in the new year.
— G-Eazy (@G_Eazy) October 14, 2015
Mumford & Sons – 11/13 @ 10 AM
Mumford & Sons have been leading a folk-rock revival with mega hits like “Little Lion Man”, “The Cave”, and “I Will Wait”. Riding high on the success of their 2015 album Wilder Mind, the London quartet is sure to hit the bullseye with their Arrow Through the Heartland Tour, visiting cities across the US this spring.
USA! Mumford & Sons will be heading through the heartland of your magnificent country in the Spring… https://t.co/qX0daqglbF
— Mumford & Sons (@MumfordAndSons) November 9, 2015
Guster – 11/13 @ 10 AM
With bittersweet anthems like “Satelite”, “Fa Fa”, and “Amsterdam”, alternative rockers Guster know exactly how to get audiences singing along. While their new album Evermotion continues to make ripples in the music world, they’re taking new tunes and old favorites back on the road this winter and fans can’t wait.
Band selfie right before we walked on stage at Red Rocks last night. pic.twitter.com/Dx4n1rXxVV
— guster (@guster) July 5, 2015
Katt Williams – 11/13 @ 10 AM
Brutally honest comedian Katt Williams always tells it like it is and gets fans rolling in the aisles in the process. On his upcoming Conspiracy Theory Tour he’s hitting 100 theaters across the country with a new set of wild and out material, meaning no one is safe from his no-punches-pulled brand of humor.
— USA TODAY HSS (@USATODAYhss) September 30, 2015
If you’ve been hunting for sick beats, warbling bass, and dope drops, look no further than Canadian dub step virtuoso Excission. Known for packing as much bass as possible into his sets at elite venues, this premier producer is sure to get bodies rocking all night long when he delivers his booming beats at 15 shows across North America this spring.
— Excision (@Excision) November 3, 2015
Billy Idol – 11/13 @ 10 AM
The “Rebel Yell” rocker has been a music and style icon ever since he made a name for himself in the early days of MTV. Fans can’t wait to rock out with Idol and his original guitarist Steve Stevens as they play all their classic hits this spring over a 12-night stint at the House of Blues Las Vegas.
— Billy Idol (@BillyIdol) November 11, 2015
Bayou Country Superfest – 11/17 @ 10 AM
Louisiana country fans have a lot to look forward to when the Bayou Country Superfest takes over LSU’s Tiger Stadium May 27-29. With superstars Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, and Eric Church bringing their downhome vibes to this premier venue, fans can expect three days of the best country music around.
— Bayou Country Fest (@bcsuperfest) November 10, 2015
St. Lucia – 11/13 @ 12 PM
St. Lucia has become an audience favorite in only a few short years with indie-meets-electronica gems like “Dancing on Glass”, “Call Me Up”, and “September”. This winter they’re teaming up with special guest Tigertown to bring a synthpop spectacular to six cities across the US.
— St. Lucia (@stlucia) November 10, 2015