Maroon 5 has announced even more dates to continue the fun all the way through the beginning of October. The popular quintet will be the headliner for the 2013 Honda Civic Tour, which will also include Kelly Clarkson as a supporting act. With all of this star power, the tour will surely be the subject of a large amount of popularity.
The tour will stretch to more than 30 cities and dates. After coming off their winter-spring tour, some new and old markets will receive more shows as part of the Honda Civic Tour. If you didn’t have the opportunity to see them the first time around, there is a good chance you will have your opportunity now.
Screaming teens around the country have turned into matured adults, but the love for their childhood still remains. New Kids on the Block will give everyone a chance to relive the glory days with new 2013 dates. NKOTB, as it is affectionately referred, will be joined on tour by Boyz II Men and 98 Degrees. The combination of bands produces a lineup that have sold millions of albums worldwide. These bands helped usher in an era of music that is still popular today.
NKOTB will be heading all around the country to play arenas in front of thousands of screaming fans. In even more exciting news, the tour will be to support their new album due in April. The album will be full of all new material from the band. Make sure to get your tickets soon to see all the best action from the best seats in the house.
Check out the list below for all their current dates on the 2013 tour:
The day much of America has been wait for has finally happened. Taylor Swift has announced her new Red Tour, which features 58 scheduled shows across the United States and Canada. The country music superstar is following up the huge debut of her new album, which is expected to easily clear 1 million album sales the first week. The announcement was made on a special edition of 20/20 on October 26th. Following an interview with Katie Couric, Swift make the announcement that sent shockwaves around the music industry. With her popularity at an all-time high, the tour will feature 9 stadium shows.
The much anticipated will feature stadium shows at Heinz Field, Cowboys Stadium, Gillette Stadium, Ford Field, Rogers Centre, Investors Group Field, BC Place, Soldier Field, and Lincoln Financial Field. Although many of the other venues have not been announced, the dates and cities are already set.
The demand to see these live shows is guaranteed to be absolutely insane. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to see the one of the best entertainers in music. Reserve your spot by getting your Taylor Swift Tickets today!
The list below features all of currently announced shows on the tour:
March 13th and 14th – Omaha, Nebraska
March 18th and 19th – St. Louis, Missouri
March 22nd – Charlotte, North Carolina
March 23rd – Columbia, South Carolina
March 27th, 28th and 29th – Newark, New Jersey
April 10th – Miami, Florida
April 11th and 12th – Orlando, Florida
April 18th and 19 – Atlanta, Georgia
April 20th –Tampa, Florida
April 25th – Cleveland, Ohio
April 26th – Indianapolis, Indiana
April 27th – Lexington, Kentucky
May 4th – Detroit, Michigan
May 7th – Louisville, Kentucky
May 8th – Columbus, Ohio
May 11th and 12th – Washington, DC
May 16th – Houston, Texas
May 21st – Austin, Texas
May 22nd – San Antonio, Texas
May 25th – Dallas, Texas
May 28th and 29th – Glendale, Arizona
June 1st – Salt Lake City, Utah
June 2nd – Denver, Colorado
June 15th –Toronto, Ontario
June 22nd –Winnipeg, Manitoba
June 29th –Vancouver, British Columbia
July 6th – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
July 20th –Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July 27th – Foxborough, Massachusetts
August 1st –Des Moines, Iowa
August 2nd and 3rd – Kansas City, Missouri
August 6th – Wichita, Kansas
August 7th – Tulsa, Oklahoma
August 10th – Chicago, Illinois
August 15th – San Diego, California
August 19th and 20th – Los Angeles, California
August 27th – Sacramento, California
August 30th – Portland, Oregon
August 31st –Tacoma, Washington
September 6th – Fargo, North Dakota
September 7th and 8th – St. Paul, Minnesota
September 12th – Greensboro, North Carolina
September 13th – Raleigh, North Carolina
September 14th – Charlottesville, Virginia
September 19th, 20th and 21st – Nashville, Tennessee
The smell of fresh cut grass means only one thing to many fans across the country…Training Camp. NFL teams all around the league have taken to their respective fields to begin the process of a new season. Storylines will be popping up all over the place as players get settled into camp. New and old faces will fight it out for a spot on each team’s roster.
The biggest story from the past offseason would easily be the arrival of Peyton Manning in Denver. Manning will try to follow the massive footsteps of John Elway, as expectations have been set extremely high. Meanwhile, Manning’s departure left a Hall-of-Fame size hole in Indianapolis. Many notable franchises have failed to find a suitable replacement for their larger than life quarterbacks, but Indianapolis has Luck on their side. Andrew Luck has become the savior for the fans in Indy, but only time will tell how the young QB can stack up to his predecessor.
The fallout from Manning arriving in Denver landed in New York. Tim Tebow was moved to the Jets after Manning became the play caller from the Broncos. The talk of quarterback controversy has been never ending since Tebow’s plane landed in the Big Apple. Sanchez and Tebow have shaken it off for the most part, but training camp always brings out the best and worst of potentially explosive situations.
Another Dream Team proclamation has been the talk in Philadelphia. Michael Vick and the Eagles have once again pronounced themselves the best of the best in the offseason. Vick and company have some comfort knowing LeSean McCoy has been locked up for the long-term in Philly. The Eagles are just part of the drama that is known as the NFC East. The Giants will try to repeat as Super Bowl champions in New Orleans, while Dallas will look to regain some notoriety as a winning team. Not to mention, the biggest story in the division resides with Washington. Will RGIII live up to the hype? Is he an NFL capable quarterback? Can he possibly be worse than Rex Grossman? Ok, well at least we know the answer to one of the questions surrounding training camp….