He’s been all over the radio airwaves with hit singles “Earned It” and “Can’t Feel My Face”, and now fans will get a chance to see The Weeknd perform live on tour this fall. The Madness Tour kicks off November 3rd in the breakout artist’s hometown of Toronto, before continuing on to 20 more North American cities. Other Canadian stops on the tour include Vancouver (December 2), Calgary (November 29) and Edmonton (November 30). The tour is in support of The Weeknd’s latest album Beauty Behind the Madness released on August 27th.
Iconic pop musician Janet Jackson is returning to the spotlight with a new album and concert tour this fall. The Unbreakable World Tour – Jackson’s first since 2011 – will kick off at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena on August 31st before heading to 35 other cities, including Canadian stops Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Winnipeg and Saskatoon.
British art and soul band Florence and the Machine are going back on tour this summer, and an expanded list of North American dates includes an October 25th stop at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena. The band’s third and latest album How Big How Blue How Beautiful was released earlier this June to positive reviews by critics. The group’s last album Ceremonials was released in 2011.
Concerts are a great way to spend time and make memories with the special people in your life! 2015 is shaping up to be a great year for the music-loving person, with marquee concert tours criss-crossing North America. The sheer number of acts on tour in the coming months means there’ll be something for everyone’s tastes.
Here are some of the hottest concerts rolling into Vancouver this year:
Following a two-year residency in Las Vegas and ten year absence from the touring scene, Shania Twain is getting primed for one last go-around. The Canadian country star and best-selling female country artist of all time will be touring North America this summer, beginning June 5 in Seattle, WA.
Not surprisingly, the Rock This Country tour is heavy with Canadian dates and many stops will feature two shows. Twain is looking to “go out with a bang”, and finish off her multi-platinum career in memorable fashion.
She may be 56 years old/young, but Madonna is showing no signs of slowing down. She’ll be touring arenas worldwide this fall in support of her thirteenth album Rebel Heart, starting with an August 29th date in Miami, FL.
This will be the pop icon’s first tour since 2012’s MDNA Tour, which was the highest-grossing tour of the year and amassed a cool $300-million. Madonna’s latest circuit will take her to 35 cities, including Canadian stops in Vancouver, Edmonton, Toronto and Montreal.