February 4, 2019

We are back with the first Music and Theatre update of the 2019!

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John Mayer - Fresh off his collaboration with Ryan Adams last week, John Mayer has announced a summer solo tour across North America. The upcoming trek officially kicks off on July 19th at Albany's Times Union Center and comes less than two weeks after the conclusion of his tour with Greatful Dead offshoot Dead & Company. Mayer is expected to play in Philadelphia, Toronto, Nashville, Atlanta, Chicago, St. Louis, Dallas, and Pheonix. He also has two-night stints scheduled at New York's Madison Square Garden and The Forum.

Chris Stapleton - Will resume his ongoing All-American Road Show with a string of just-announced summer tour dates. As on past installments of the Road Show - which began in 2017 - Stapleton will be joined by a diverse lineup of special guests. The tour begins July 9th in Allentown, Pennsylvania, with country-soul singer Margo Price and blues-rock outfit the Marcus King Band in support. Brothers Osborne, Brent Cobb, and songwriter Kendell Marvel are also set to appear on various dates throughout the run. 

Christina Aguilera - Announced she would be putting down roots in Sin City and adding to the trend popularized by everyone from Britney Spears and the Backstreet Boys to Mariah Carey and Lady Gaga with her The Experience residency, set to open at Zappos Theater on May 31 with a run of 16 dates through the end of the year. 

Norah Jones - Announced a summer North American tour that launches June 18th in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and wraps with her debut dates in Alaska: July 31st in Juneau and Auguest 2nd in Anchorage. The trek, which follows a breif run of April dates in Australia and New Zealand, also includes a joint date with Mavis Staples on July 16th at the famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado.

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Eddie Izzard - Has a new show titled "Wunderbar" that he'll be performing all over the place in 2019, 43 cities to be exact! The North American leg of the "Wunderbar" tour starts May 5 in Nashville and runs through July 13 in Seattle, hitting most major cities in between with mutiple night runs. 

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Other Newly Added Events

Music                                                                Theatre

Third Eye Blind                                                     John Williams

Bon Iver                                                                Disney On Ice Mickeys Search Party

BET Experience                                                   Preacher Lawson

Tame Impala                                                          Zoobilataion

Alice In Chains                                                     Theresa Caputo

Aaron Lewis                                                          Hello Dolly Tennessee

Nicky Jam                                                              Evita Little Rock

Krush Groove                                                        Chris D’Elia

Lil Baby                                                                 J.B Smoove

Interpol                                                                  Russell Peters