Coinciding with the December release of a new album, the Smashing Pumpkins will be heading out on tour with an all-star lineup in late 2014, Rolling Stone reports. As of Nov. 19, Billy Corgan--the band’s lone remaining founding member--has announced just one North American concert, but more dates are expected to follow soon.
Joining Corgan on the forthcoming Smashing Pumpkins to… more
Starting in July 2015, the Foo Fighters will be back on the road with a brand new tour scheduled to stop in at least 26 North American cities next summer. The venture will launch from Washington, D.C., on the Fourth of July and is currently slated to wrap up on Oct. 7 after a final performance at FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tenn.
Although most of the dates on the upcoming Foo Fighters tou… more
Following in the footsteps of the Foo Fighters and their recent week-long stint on The Late Show with David Letterman, U2 and Metallica have both confirmed plans to take over two other late night talk shows during the week of Nov. 17. Luckily, the shows that U2 and Metallica will appear on (The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, respectively) don't… more
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
Starting in April 2015, The Who will bring its 50th anniversary celebration across the pond to North American fans for two separate legs of an extensive arena venture. Featuring more than 40 dates, The Who tour 2015 will mark the first time the group has performed stateside in more than two years. Originally formed in 1964, the British rock outfit has changed the landscape of rock over t… more