Coming off the announcement of its headlining Bonnaroo slot, Dead and Company tour plans have been revealed for 2016. The Grateful Dead offshoot is expected to bring its acclaimed show to several amphitheaters across the U.S., including stadium shows at Citi Field, Folsom Field, and Fenway Park.
Dead and Company 2016 Summer Tour
According to a new announcement on Feb. 5, Phish will be returning to the road in the summer of 2016 for a nationwide concert tour. In all, more than a dozen cities have been selected to host just over 20 concerts from June through September. Notable stops along the way include Phish’s Wrigley Field debut and a three-night stand at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Colorado.
Coldplay Tour 2016
Coldplay will be going big for what could be its last ever tour for at least the foreseeable future, announcing on Jan. 28 that it will be making stops at major stadiums in seven U.S. cities this summer, with the potential for more to be added at a later date. The initial announcement included just one show in each city before a second night was added on Feb. 2 for MetLife Stadium, Soldi… more
Smashing Pumpkins 2016
Chicago alt-rock favorites the Smashing Pumpkins are getting ready for another live concert tour in spring 2016. The Billy Corgan-led band has announced just over 15 concerts for March and April, all of which will feature a combination acoustic-electro set. Fellow Chicago rock artist Liz Phair is scheduled to serve as opening act for all the concerts, which will include one hometown show… more
Bruce Springsteen 2016
“The Boss” is back: Bruce Springsteen has finally announced his 2016 tour dates. On Dec. 4, Springsteen confirmed his first set of live shows in two years as part of the upcoming The River Tour. Beginning on Jan. 16 in Pittsburgh, the Bruce Springsteen 2016 tour will visit more than 20 cities across North America.
The 2016 tour will mark the first time in over three years … more