“Just because we can’t touch each other, doesn’t mean we can’t feel each other. I’ll see you in your city.”
The socially-distanced performances will feature Mt. Joy, The Front Bottoms, The Struts at Citizens Bank Park. Audience members can tune-in via FM radio.
“Here are the new dates for the UK shows … I can’t wait to be with you all. I’m countin down the minutes…all tickets still valid!”
The new dates start up in June 2021, beginning in Canada and taking him through the US and EU with more dates to be announced soon.
The trio get back to their roots ahead of their new album.
“Whether we’ve slept on your floor after the ‘97 basement show or you’ve just only recently heard about us, we will have something you’d be into catching live.”
This will mark the group’s first appearance in Southern California since Coachella Festival 2012.
James Taylor has announced a 28-date tour US tour in support of his new album ‘American Standard’.
The Weeknd has announced his new world tour, The After Hours Tour, starting 11 June following the release of his new album, ‘After Hours’.
The singer-songwriter will be touring in support of her forthcoming debut album of the same name, set for release on 27 March.
“What a year this is going to be! First, sold out stadiums, then we get to go on tour with the mighty ZZ Top!”
The Decemberists will celebrate their 20th anniversary as a band by hitting the road this summer for their North American tour.
Janet Jackson announced a summer tour to support her new album ‘Black Diamond’, that will also include a special performance of ‘Rhythm Nation 1814’.
Country superstar Chris Stapleton is taking his ‘All-American Road Show’ across the country this year with special guests Jason Isbell and more.
The Go-Go’s have announced they’ll be hitting the road this summer to support their forthcoming Showtime documentary, ‘The Go-Go’s’.