Labor Day Weekend is summer’s last hurrah and your final chance to soak up the busy concert season. There are plenty of Labor Day Weekend concerts and events taking place around the country. Here’s our complete guide to all the Labor Day Weekend concerts happening so you can get your entertainment fix over the holiday. Continue reading “Labor Day Weekend Concerts and Events 2019: A Complete Guide”
Get your roses ready, because The Bachelor is coming to a city near you. The long-running reality hit will visit cities across the U.S. as part of a new experience dubbed The Bachelor Live On Stage, which will launch in early 2020. Continue reading ““The Bachelor” is Coming to U.S. Cities as Part of a New Live Show”
Earth, Wind and Fire have been selected to receive the 2019 Kennedy Center Honors, making them the first R&B group to do so and only the fourth musical group in history. Continue reading “Earth, Wind and Fire Nab Historic Kennedy Center Honors”
The So You Think You Can Dance live tour is returning to the road this fall. The 2019 installment will take the top ten finalists from the competition series’ current season to 40 North American cities over a two-month span. Continue reading “So You Think You Can Dance Live Tour To Hit 40 Cities”
After less than a year on Broadway, The Cher Show is set to close. The jukebox musical chronicling the life and career of Cher will officially end its run at the Neil Simon Theatre on August 18 after nearly 300 performances. Continue reading “The Cher Show to End Broadway Run in August”
“Baby Shark,” the upbeat children’s song that became a viral sensation, is about to get stuck in the heads of millions more as part of a new touring family show. Continue reading “Baby Shark Live Show Announced: 100 Tour Dates Hitting North America”
Nominees for the 2019 Billboard Music Awards have been announced with Cardi B leading the field at 21. The rapper picked up nods for her debut album Invasion of Privacy, hit single “I Like It” and appears in several artist categories, including Top Artist. Drake and Post Malone follow with 17 nominations each, while Travis Scott picked up 12 and the late XXXTentacion received 10 posthumous nominations. Kelly Clarkson returns to host the show, which will be held May 1 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Check out the full list of nominees below.
The Great White Way is on track to become a great big concert haven. Live Nation announced that it will partner with Entertainment Benefits Group and the Araca Group to produce In Residence on Broadway, which will bring a variety of artists to Broadway venues multiple times a year. Continue reading “Lunt-Fontanne Theatre to Host “In Residence on Broadway” Concert Series”
The 2019 ACM Awards nominations are here! Leading the bunch are Dan + Shay and Chris Stapleton, each of whom snagged six nods. The former are up for Duo of the Year, along with Song, Single, and Video of the Year for smash hit “Tequila,” while their Kelly Clarkson collaboration “Keeping Score” earned a nomination in the Musical Event category. Stapleton scored Entertainer, Male Artist and Song of the Year nominations, plus two additional nods for producing/songwriting. Both artists will also compete in the Album of the Year category.
Kacey Musgraves, who took home the Album of the Year Grammy earlier this month for Golden Hour, earned five total nominations. Check out all the nominees ahead of the April 7 ceremony, hosted by Reba McEntire in Las Vegas. Continue reading “2019 ACM Awards Nominations Revealed”
Since it first launched 20 years ago, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has only grown in popularity and grandeur. So much so, that it’s now the most internationally-recognized music festival in the U.S. with ridiculously sought-after tickets. We combed through our extensive sales database and found that Coachella has a history of hot market trends. All of these findings can help predict how this year’s bash will pan out. Here’s all the Coachella tickets info to know before you go. Continue reading “Coachella Facts and Figures: How does it compare to other major festivals?”