After a barrage of hopeful speculation, the U.K. boy band One Direction finally confirmed it would be embarking on its first North American stadium tour in the summer of 2014. Beginning Aug. 1, One Direction will make its way to more than 20 sports stadiums across the continent. The much-anticipated tour will extend through Oct. 5, stopping in venues like Ford Field in Detroit (Aug.… more
As One Direction prepares to release the album “Midnight Memories” on Nov. 25, North American fans are anxiously waiting for the group to confirm additional 2014 tour dates. The quintet has already announced plans for the international portion of its Where We Are Tour, which will include a stadium trek beginning next spring.
The tour is scheduled to launch in Sou… more
George Strait's Last Show
It took nearly three months to iron out details after his initial tour announcement, but at last, country legend George Strait has nailed down a date for his grand finale. As previously revealed, AT&T Stadium will host the last concert on the second and final leg of Strait’s farewell venture, The Cowboy Rides Away Tour 2014, and that show has officially been booked for Saturday… more
Live event fans have been treated to a virtually endless supply of major concert tours this year, and that trend is likely to continue well in 2014. While plenty of concert news has already been revealed from artists like Miley Cyrus and Arcade Fire, a few more notable events and performers recently joined the list late in November, with some of our favorites featured below.
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In the wake of Arcade Fire’s unexpected Album of the Year win at the 2011 GRAMMY Awards, the band had kept plans of a new album well under wraps until this summer. In July, the band revealed via Twitter that its forthcoming album would be released on Oct. 29. Shortly after, street art, as shown in the image below, began appearing in major cities around the world. In August, the ban… more