Hot Events: March 5, 2020
Luke Combs - Combs’ What You See Is What You Get tour just added dates through the end of 2020, with the singer hitting San Francisco, Boston and Dallas along the way. Combs is coming off a stellar 2019, winning iHeartRadio and Billboard Music Awards and rising to the top of the country charts.
Luke Bryan - Country star Luke Bryan has shared 2020 tour dates, billed as Proud To Be Right Here. The newly announced shows are planned to run from May through October, making stops at large-scale venues in North America. Joining the bill on select dates will be a solid opening lineup of Morgan Wallen, Caylee Hammack, and / or Runaway June.
Tim McGraw - After spending 2019 co-authoring Songs of America: Patriotism, Protest and the Music That Made a Nation, publishing his own fitness book Grit & Grace, and performing at the NFL Draft in 2019, country singer Trim McGraw is back for a summer 2020 tour with special guests Midlandand Ingrid Andress.
Rage Against the Machine - The extensive tour dates arrive after the previously announced March warm-up shows and festival headlining slots, including Coachella, Boston Calling and Firefly. Supported by Run the Jewels, the band will embark on the seven-month trek starting March 26th at the Don Haskins Center in El Paso, Texas. They’ll hit major U.S. arenas across the spring and summer, including Chicago’s United Center on May 19th. On August 10th and 11th, they’ll perform two consecutive nights at New York’s Madison Square Garden, before heading off to England for both the Leeds and Reading Festival. They’ll wrap up in Poland on September 10th.
Jhene Aiko – She has announced a North American tour in support of her new album, Chilombo. “The Magic Hour Tour” launches May 1st in Boston, MA. Over the course of her travels, Aiko will play headlining shows in 30 North American cities, as well as take the stage at the Lovers & Friends Music Festival in Los Angeles and Hangout Festival in Gulf Shores, AL.
Andrea Bocelli - Noted Italian opera singer, songwriter, and record producer Andrea Bocelli announced he will be undertaking a brief run of North American dates in late Spring 2020. The Met Opera was postponed from 2/10 and he will now perform on 4/20.
Dead and Company - Dead & Company have announced 2020 summer tour dates. The trek features 17 stops, including live performances at Fenway Park and Wrigley Field. According to a press release, these are the only headlining tour dates Dead & Company will play this year. The summer tour kicks off on July 10th and 11th with two shows at Folsom Field in Boulder, Colorado and continues for about a month until wrapping up on August 7th and 8th with a pair of performances at the historic Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. In total, the Grateful Dead offshoot will perform in 14 different cities, including Atlanta, Cincinnati, Asbury Park and Chicago.
Coachella – Rage Against the Machine, Frank Ocean and Travis Scott will headline this years Coachella with support from Calvin Harris, Flume, and Lana Del Rey. Do not miss this must attend event!
MLB Opening Days – Opening days are around the corner, and you do not want to miss the signs of summer. Get in touch with us for the opening day for your favorite team.
XFL – The XFL is heading into the fourth week, do not miss your favorite team!
NBA Playoffs – It’s almost that time of year. Will the Laker take the west or will Kawhi lead the Clippers to a championship? Will the 2019 Championship Raptors go all the way again?
March Madness – March Madness is on its way and it is heading to NYC. The NCAA East Regional will be at MSG March 27-29, 2020.