One Direction Tour
Just weeks after the conclusion of its 2014 Where We Are Stadium Tour, One Direction has already carved out plans to do it all again in 2015 via the aptly named On the Road Again Tour. The venture will once again send the quartet to venues around the world, including a hefty U.S. stint covering major outdoor sports stadiums beginning in July and running through mid-September.
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Latin pop music might soon be a regular feature on the Las Vegas Strip, if recent rumors turn out to be true. According to New York Post’s Page Six, Jennifer Lopez will be signing up for her first Las Vegas residency in the very near future. The two-time GRAMMY nominee will reportedly be signing an exclusive deal with Planet Hollywood to perform at least 72 shows over the course of… more
On Oct. 20, just days after playing a nearby 1,200-capacity club, the Foo Fighters announced plans to headline Chicago’s Wrigley Field in Aug. 2015. The rock outfit will make the landmark MLB stadium one of the biggest stops on a tour to support its forthcoming album, Sonic Highways, which is due for a Nov. 10 release.
Aug 29, 2015
Trans-Siberian Orchestra Tour
Starting in Nov. 2014, Trans-Siberian Orchestra will begin performances of the second installment in its adored holiday trilogy, the 1998 rock opera The Christmas Attic. The upcoming tour will be a special one, as it marks the first time this album, which features the iconic TSO song “Christmas Canon,” will be performed live in full.
As in previous years, the… more
B1G Mascot Parody
They may represent rival schools, but the mascots of the Big Ten have no problem joining forces when it comes to having some fun outside of sports. Roughly two years after teaming up for one of the more memorable “Call Me Maybe” parodies, the Big Ten mascots have once again outdone themselves, this time to the tune of Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off.”