With a new album on the way, Zac Brown Band has ensured that fans will get a live listen this year as on March 5 the band announced dates for its 2015 Jekyll + Hyde Tour. Named after the forthcoming record due out on April 28, Zac Brown Band’s summer venture will feature a mix of indoor arenas, music festivals, outdoor amphitheaters, and stadiums throughout its May-September run.
Gentlemen of the Road Tour
The unique Gentlemen of the Road Stopovers have been a huge hit since Mumford and Sons first introduced them in 2012, and to the delight of many, the band has plotted a third edition for 2015. The upcoming stopovers will remain true to the established format, which the group has defined as “A music festival that celebrates local people, food and culture, where everyone pitches in a… more
Madonna 2015 Tour
With the launch of her latest album right around the corner, veteran superstar Madonna revealed major tour plans for the latter half of 2015, which will include a lengthy North American trek from August to October. The March 2 announcement included more than 15 cities across the U.S. and Canada, though there’s always the possibility more shows will be added at a later date.
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Sam Smith Tour 2015
Just two weeks after his big night at the GRAMMYs, on Feb. 23 Sam Smith announced several new North American tour dates for summer 2015. The singer, who has been one of the biggest breakout musicians of the last year, will be headlining a number of music festivals, as well as many amphitheaters and arenas as part of the upcoming venture. Browse the full list at the bottom of this page.
British Columbia’s Squamish Valley Music Festival confirmed its 2015 lineup on Feb. 19. This summer’s three-day fest is scheduled for Aug. 7-9 at Logger Sports Grounds and Hendrickson Fields near Squamish, B.C. The first Squamish Festival 2015 lineup announcement includes more than 50 artists, with a promise that more will be announced later in the year.
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