After a number of postponements and cancellations due to COVID-19, The Weeknd has announced his newest tour plans and he is upgrading from arenas to stadiums across North America.
Dubbed the “After Hours Til Dawn” tour, in support of his two latest LP’s After Hours and Dawn FM, the “Can’t Feel My Face” singer will kick off things at the Rogers Centre in Toronto before making stops at a number of stadiums throughout North America, including a stop at Chicago’s Soldier Field. And if The Weeknd alone wasn’t worth the price of admission, he is bringing along Doja Cat for the ride.
Presale for tour dates begins tomorrow. Fans can visit Ticketmaster.com for tickets and more information.
Check out the lineup poster for The Weeknd’s “After Hours Til Dawn” tour below.
J. Cole’s Dreamville Festival is returning to North Carolina, a few years after it’s inaugural year, and the lineup is already one of the best in 2022.
This is definitely not a festival that you’ll want to miss as the J. Cole curated music festival will feature performances from Lil Baby, Kehlani, Lil Wayne, T.I., Bia, Earthgang, J.I.D., Wale, T-Pain and of course Cole himself.
The festival will take place on April 2nd and the 3rd at Raleigh’s beautiful Dorothea Dix Park, the city’s largest city park with over 300 acres of greenspace. Fans can visit the Dreamville Festival website for tickets and more information.
Check out the official lineup poster for the 2022 Dreamville Festival below.
Music fans in Chicago are in for a treat as a new music and comedy festival is coming to the Windy City.
The inaugural VERSA Festival is the biggest women-led and women-powered festival in decades and will feature performances from some of the biggest names in music and comedy. Of the many musicians set to perform include Ellie Goulding, Kali Uchis, Kim Petras, Liz Phair, Monica, Jamila Woods and many more. Several comedians are also scheduled to perform at the festival, including Chelsea Handler, Fortune Feimster and more.
The VERSA festival will take place on Saturday June 11th and Sunday June 12th at Chicago’s Lincoln Park. Fans can grab tickets at the festival’s official website here.
Check out the full lineup poster for the inaugural VERSA festival below.
Rolling Loud always delivers. After dominating music festival lineups for the past few years, consistently delivering the best cast of rappers to it’s flagship Miami festival, the stacked festival delivered it’s highly anticipated 2022 lineup on Tuesday night.
Headlining Rolling Loud this year will be Ye (Kanye West), Future and Kendrick Lamar; but the fun doesn’t stop there as the undercard is stacked with artists who would otherwise be headliners at most music festivals like Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Baby, Dababy, Playboi Carti, Lil Durk and more. Other rappers set to perform include 2 Chainz, Three 6 Mafia, Saweetie, Gunna, Gucci Mane, City Girls, Soulja Boy, Kodak Black, Baby Keem and Trippie Redd, to name a few.
Rolling Loud will take place at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium on July 22-24. Tickets for the festival go on sale Monday, March 7th here.
Check out the full lineup poster for Miami’s 2022 Rolling Loud lineup.
With COVID-19 cases down, mask mandates being lifted throughout the city, and one of the busiest months for live music in a long time, March is a dream for any music fan in the city of Chicago.
From huge arenas shows with Dua Lipa and Bad Bunny, to slightly smaller but equally anticipated shows, like Conan Gray at the Aragon Ballroom, there are many concerts coming to Chicagoland that fans are counting down the days for.
Check out our list of the 5 can’t miss concerts in Chicago in March!
In support of his 2021 album of the same name, rapper Tyler, the Creator brought his “Call Me If You Get Lost” tour to the Fiserv Forum on Thursday night.
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Tyler, the Creator’s “Call Me If You Get Lost” tour is one of the most anticipated tours of the season. With an impressive lineup of artists, including Tyler, the Creator, Kali Uchis, Vince Staples and Teezo Touchdown, the CMIYGL tour is a must see and has something for everyone.
From Teezo Touchdown’s opening set to Tyler’s closing performance of “RUNITUP”, Thursday evening was full of highlights and can’t miss moments and we sent a photographer to the show to capture it all!
We brought Tyler, the Creator’s headlining arena tour to the metaverse for an immersive virtual reality experience.
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Traditional photo galleries are so 2021, so we took our favorite images from Tyler, the Creator’s massive “Call Me If You Get Lost” tour and brought it to the metaverse. So take your VR headset or even your computer or cellphone and get lost in a virtual art gallery showcasing our favorite moments from Tyler’s headlining tour.
The Los Angeles singer-songwriter brought her “This Is What It Feels Like” tour to a sell out crowd at the Metro.
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Although the Metro has long been one of Chicago’s most popular venues, hosting emerging acts and established headliners alike for decades, last night was perhaps the last time you’ll see Interscope‘s rising pop artist, Gracie Abrams, perform for such an intimate crowd. While selling out the iconic venue is no small-feat, Abrams is on a fast-track to stardom and is already scheduled to return to Chicago this April for 10,000 fans, in support of Olivia Rodrigo with two sold-out shows at the Aragon Ballroom. If her calendar is any indication, the Los Angeles singer-songwriter is set to have her biggest year yet and she will only validate the high expectations that both the industry and her fans have for her promising career.
Despite a couple years of cancellations, postponements and more throughout the live music world, many great concerts are scheduled to bless fans in Chicago this February.
From huge arenas shows with Elton John and Tyler The Creator, to more intimate but equally anticipated sold out shows with Gracie Abrams and Louis Tomlinson, if you live in the Chicago area and you’re a fan of live music, there is something for everyone in the Windy City this month.
Check out our list of the 5 can’t miss concerts in Chicago in February!
Fans of Dave will be marching to their computers to catch Dave Matthews Band on the road this summer, as the band has announced the dates and locations for their next massive headlining tour.
The tour will kick off on May 11th at Austin’s Moody Center and will makes stops throughout North American, including performances at Alpine Valley and the Gorge (among many others), until the tour comes to an end near the end of September.
Presale tickets for DMB fanclub members are currently on sale now at http://www.warehouse.davematthewsband.com. The presale for Citi cardmembers begins on Tuesday, Feb. 22, and lasts until Thursday, Feb. 24. Tickets will go on sale to the general public later this month on Friday, Feb. 25, at 10 a.m.
Check out the dates for the Dave Matthews Band’s massive 2022 tour below.