Hot Events: August 29 2019
Thomas Rhett - The CMA Male Vocalist of the Year nominee will go coast to coast, making nearly 40 stops on the Very Hot Summer Tour next spring, summer and fall. His father, Rhett Akins, will join him on all dates, and Dustin Lynch and Russell Dickerson will join him for all but the first two dates in Washington. The tour began in Spokane on May 17 and includes most weekends in June and July before a concentrated effort in August and September. Thomas Rhett will hit the stage in NYC at Madison Square Garden on Friday September 20th.
Soulfrito - Annual Latin hip hop festival Soulfrito goes down at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on August 30 with a stacked lineup that includes Ozuna, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Farruko, Gunna, Jeremih, Arcangel, El Alfa, Melii, Jay Critch, Myke Towers, and more.
Luke Bryan – Coming off headlining a bunch of festivals, Bryan’s latest high-energy outing has launched. While Bryan will largely play amphitheaters this summer -- with support from Cole Swindell and Jon Langston on all dates.
Mary J Blige - If you’re a fan of Mary J. Blige and Nas, you’re in luck, as the pair of artists announced earlier this summer more dates for their Royalty Tour. In May, 48-year-old R&B star Blige released a single with the 45-year-old rapper called “Thriving.” Blige’s last album, Strength of a Woman, was released in 2017. Nas and Blige previously collaborated on the single “Love Is All We Need” in 1997 and then again on “Reach Out” in 2012.
US Open Tennis – The US Open is in full swing. Literally. Don’t miss any of the matches!
College Football - It has official started! Saturdays are for college football! Don’t miss any of your college's home or away games!
NFL Opening Days – It’s almost here! Don’t miss the opening game of your favorite team!
Betrayal - Harold Pinter’s Betrayal will open on Broadway following its smash-hit, extended run in London’s West End. Directed by Mr. Lloyd, Betrayal stars Golden Globe, Olivier, and Evening Standard Award winner Tom Hiddleston, Zawe Ashton, and Charlie Cox, all making their Broadway debuts as Robert, Jerry, and Emma. With poetic precision, rich humor, and an extraordinary emotional force, Betrayal charts a compelling seven-year romance, thrillingly captured in reverse chronological order.