Tom Petty and his band The Heartbreakers are hitting the road again this August, along with guest Steve Winwood. The tour announcement comes in support of their newest album Hypnotic Eye, which will be released on July 29th. Tickets go on sale to the general public on May 31st.
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Here are some of the hot concerts rolling through town this year:
Cher – Dressed to Kill Tour
Cher’s fabled career has spanned for over five decades, and the legendary singer is back on the road performing at North American arenas this spring.
Hugh Laurie & the Copper Bottom Band
Hugh Laurie – perhaps better known as the titular surly doctor from the TV series House – is performing at Vancouver’s Orpheum Theatre on May 20 as part of a West Coast spring tour.
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Queen with Adam Lambert
Members of the most iconic bands of the century is going on tour this summer, accompanied by Adam Lambert in place of the late Freddie Mercury.
Don’t miss Burnaby, BC’s own crooning star Michael Buble as he performs in arenas across Canada on his latest world tour.
There aren’t many stars in music who have shone brighter and longer than Sir Elton John. The legendary musician is bringing his band and piano to Vancouver’s Rogers Arena for two shows on September 13 & 14.
For the first time since 1998, Fleetwood Mac is reuniting with original member Christine McVie and going back on tour with the full band! Don’t miss the classic group as they tour North America this fall.
Blues rock duo The Black Keys have big plans for the fall, announcing today a three-month, 40-plus city tour in support of their latest album Turn Blue. Band members Patrick Carney and Dan Auerbach will be accompanied by Cage the Elephant, Jake Bugg and St. Vincent at various points on the tour.
The tour kicks off on September 5th in Columbus, Ohio. Canadian cities on the tour include Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Montreal and Winnipeg. Turn Blue is set for release on May 13, and follows up the highly-touted 2011 album El Camino.
Tickets go on public onsale on May 23.
Fans in Vancouver will undoubtedly hear the iconic singer revisit his vast volume of hits that have spanned 25 platinum albums and five decades of performing. John recently re-released his hit album “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” as part of 40th Anniversary celebrations.
Fleetwood Mac has announced a new world tour for fall, and this time long-time singer and keyboardist Christine McVie will be back with the band. McVie, who was with the band for 30 years, originally left the band in 1998.
The On With The Show tour will visit 33 cities across North America, including Canadian stops in Toronto, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver. The band will kick off its latest excursion September 30th in Minneapolis. Tickets go on sale to the general public April 7th.
Tickets to country music star Luke Bryan’s Canadian tour dates are now on sale. The My Kind of Night Tour follows up the release of Bryan’s most recent album, Crash My Party that came out last August.
Canadian dates on this leg of the tour consist of the following:
Vancouver, BC – Saturday, May 3rd (Rogers Arena)
Kelowna, BC – Sunday, May 4th (Prospera Place)
Dawson Creek, BC – Tuesday, May 6th (Encana Events Centre)
Calgary, AB – Friday, May 9th (Scotiabank Saddledome)
Edmonton, AB – Saturday, May 10th (Rexall Place)
Bryan’s Canadian dates are part of a larger stadium tour that will also take the country star to stadiums and arenas across the United States this summer. You can see the full list of dates on ShowTimeTickets.com.
Luke Bryan’s latest album topped charts everywhere in 2013 with singles like “That’s My Kind of Night” and “Drink a Beer”. Tickets to his concerts will be a hot commodity this spring, with few tickets available at the time of the public onsale.