Shows you won't want to miss!
Ariana Grande: The petite pop princess with the BIG voice is going on her Honeymoon (Tour)! She'll be singing her heart out around North America starting 2/25/14.
Usher: His tour’s title, "The UR Experience," is a play on his initials and a promise that you won’t get this show from any other entertainer in the world. Don’t miss out!
Maroon 5: For their new album, 'V', Adam Levine and his cohorts are MAPping their way to YOU starting February 2015.
Demi Lovato: Let there be more Neon Lights! The punky-haired pop powerhouse is taking on a WORLD tour. Christina Perri joins as support so you can bet there will be some guts-spilling sing alongs.
Stevie Wonder: Mr. Wonder will perform “Songs In the Key of Life” in full. The Motown legend's last US tour was in 2009—BEFORE Instagram was invented. Go forth, capture his magic!
The Black Keys: The drawling, snarly bluesy-rock brand that The Black Keys delivers is just what this pop-heavy world needs. That, and love—but mostly, rock.
Justin Timberlake - Following the release of part TWO of his 20/20 Experience on September 30th, JT will be taking his suit and tie on tour internationally
Lil Wayne - Lil Weezy's America's Most Wanted tour will pack 40 dates into two months this summer.
Black Sabbath: Their final shows extend to Spring of 2014... See 'em while you can!
Jane's Addiction are this year's Rockstar Uproar festival headliners, alongside Alice in Chains, Coheed & Cambria and Circa Survive. Why should you see them? Because Jane Says, that's why.
Jimmy Eat World - Do you have feelings? Do you want to express them in song form? The earnest emo-pop pioneers will be facilitating such activities, live, beginning June 30th.
Come late summer the "Come and Get It" singer will be embarking on a worldwide tour. Expect lots of dancing.
Pitbull and Ke$ha - This duo will be bringing you 21 dates of pure party-pop beginning May 23rd in Boston
Kid Rock - Cause a ruckus with rebel soul Kid Rock with his "$20 Best Summer Ever" tour.
Paramore: It's been three years since the Franklin, TN 'Riot'ers embarked on a full fledged tour--so we are all more than ready to rock out with them.
Big Time Rush - Their summer break tour will be rushing through a town near you starting June 21st.
Depeche Mode - Enjoy the silence while you can, because starting late August, these English gents will be taking the Delta Machine tour nationwide.
Hanson - The blond brethren 3 will be embarking on the Anthem world tour starting June 2013.
Maroon 5 - These chart toppers (+ Kelly Clarkson!) are headlining this year's Honda Civic Tour.
Matchbox 20 - Nostalgic for some mid-'90s jams? Matchbox 20 will be hitting the road with their pop peers the Goo Goo Dolls come summer.
Say Anything - The eloquent pop punkers will be taking Rarities and More on the road, with special guests Eisley and HRVRD
Don't get locked out of Bruno Mars' Moonshine Jungle tour! It'll be like heaven for your ears. And your eyes. Coming summer 2013.
Rockstar Mayhem Festival - Get ready to headbang to Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch, Mastodon and more during this 4-stage touring fest.
Justin Timberlake + Jay-Z touring TOGETHER. If that isn't musical matrimony destined by the higher powers, we don't know what is.
MGMT - To ante up the anticipation for their new album, the duo will be hitting the road this spring.
Tom Petty - Hit up his summer shows to (hopefully) get a preview of some new songs coming to you via a new album in 2014.
OMG NKOTB! Yeah, be still your boy-band bleeding heart, because the New Kids On The Block are hitting the tour circuit with Boyz II Men AND 98 Degrees
The Postal Service will be blossoming back to life for a tour this Spring
Dave Matthews Band - You'll get a little bit of funk, a little bit of jazz, and lyrical loops that so perfectly express your feelings.
fun. - The power pop trio continually and harmoniously remind us (loudly) that WE ARE YOUNG. Can't be mad at that.
Beyoncé is set to entertain the WORLD as Mrs. Carter beginning in April.
Fall Out Boy: Take over, the break's over! And they're gonna "Save Rock n Roll" starting this May
The Black Crowes – The longtime rockers are now Wiser For the Time… and we like it.
Luke Bryan: A country heartthrob who invites you to "Crash my Party"... hey, you don't have to ask us twice.
Rascal Flatts: Experiencing this superstar trio's show will leave you "Changed." In a good way.
P!nk: We don't want to party with anyone who doesn't want to party with Pink. Just sayin'.
Taylor Swift: What to wear to this show: Your heart on your sleeve, because T-Swift just GETS IT, man.
You don't have to literally imagine dragons to enjoy Imagine Dragons, but what could it hurt? BRING THE MAGIC.
Knowing she will hurt you if you cross her is just part of the fun of going to a Miranda Lambert show.
Should you feel a burning desire to hear stalker anthem "Every Breath You Take" from Sting himself, hit up the Back to Bass tour, kicking off 5/30 in British Columbia.
Shortly after being inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame on April 18th, RUSH will be continuing their Clockwork Angels tour.
Carrie Underwood: Get "Blown Away" at the show and $1 from every ticket goes to Red Cross disaster relief.
Passion Pit - "Take a Walk" to their actual pit and rock your heart awake. So many #FEELS
Train's summer plans are set--they'll be on tour with The Script and Gavin DeGraw
Braid Paisley: This country superstar will hit the road to help you "Beat This Winter."
It's Bon Jovi, dude. Representing NJ to the fullest. Get some.
Zac Brown Band - After a stint down under (you know, Australia), the band will be taking their jams all over the US.
The xx: Up your indie cred by spending some time with these Mercury Prize-winning Londoners.
Heart - The Wilson sisters have been rocking since the '60s and they show NO signs of stopping.
Barenaked Ladies - In case the Mayans were just a LITTLE off, these entertaining Canadians have decided to do "The Last Summer on Earth" tour all over again.
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