Metalheads can reunite this summer as the goth rockstars Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson embark on the third outing of their “Twins of Evil” tour across North America. The six-week “Twins of Evil: Hell Never Dies Tour” will kick-off on July 9 in Baltimore, Maryland followed by gigs in cities like Cincinnati, Bismarck, Cedar Rapids, Fort Wayne, Ottawa, and Quebec before wrapping-up in Gilford, New Hampshire mid-August. During the trek, both Zombie and Manson will make appearances at Rock USA and Rock Fest in Wisconsin. The outing follows the duo’s “Twins of Evil: The Second Coming Tour” this past summer. Zombie is reportedly set to release a new album this year, although details have not been announced yet; the record will be his latest since The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser in 2016. Manson is also working on a new record, following 2017’s Heaven Upside Down . Check out the duo’s full list of tour dates below. Visit Ticket Club to find tickets to see Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson on tour this year Twins of Evil: Hell Never Dies Tour 2019 07/09 – Baltimore, MD @ Royal Farms Arena 07/10 – Allentown, PA @ PPL Center 07/12 – Huntington, WV @ Big Sandy Superstore Arena 07/13 – Cincinnati, OH @ Riverbend Music Center 07/14 – Evansville, IN @ Ford Center 07/16 – Rockford, IL @ BMO Harris Bank Center 07/17 – Bonner Springs, KS @ Providence Medical Center Amphitheater 07/19 – Oshkosh, WI @ Rock USA 07/20 – Cadott, WI @ Rock Fest 07/21 – Council Bluffs, IA @ WestFair Amphitheatre 07/23 – Sioux Falls, SD @ Denny Sanford Premier Center 07/24 – Bismarck, ND @ Bismarck Event Center 07/25 – Billings, MT @ Rimrock Auto Arena 08/04 – Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena 08/06 – Saskatoon, SK @ SaskTel Center 08/07 – Winnipeg, MB @ Bell MTS Place 08/09 – Fargo, ND @ Fargodome 08/10 – Cedar Rapids, IA @ US Cellular Center 08/11 – Fort Wayne, IN @ Allen County Coliseum 08/13 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Van Andel Arena 08/14 – London, ON @ Budweiser Gardens 08/16 – Ottawa, ON @ Richcraft Live at Canadian Tire Centre 08/17 – Quebec, QC @ Videotron Centre 08/18 – Gilford, NH @ Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion The post Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson Announce 2019 U.S. Tour appeared first on TicketNews .
British professional boxer Anthony Joshua, who is set to take on Jarrell Miller in the World Boxing Champions match this June, broke the record for highest grossing pre-sale of a boxing event at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. Joshua is currently a unified world heavyweight champion, holding three of the four major championships in boxing: the International Boxing Federation (IBF), World Boxing Association (WBA), and World Boxing Organization (WBO). He is best-known for participating in the 2012 Olympics, representing Great Britain, where he won gold. “We know that AJ is a huge box office hit in the UK but to break the pre-sale record at the iconic Madison Square Garden is astounding,” promoter Eddie Hearn said in a statement. “We are building a huge event on June 1 and we look forward to the all the build-up beginning with next Tuesdays press conference in New York.” While the arena did not reveal the record-breaking figure, MSG’s executive vice president of Marquee Events, Joel Fisher, said that the venue is “thrilled with the early excitement for tickets.” He encouraged fans to buy tickets as the “fight will sell out.” Since going professional, Joshua’s victory against Wladimir Klitschko was named “Fight of the Year” by The Ring magazine and Boxing Writers Association of America. As of last September, Joshua was ranked as the world’s best active heavyweight; he finished every fight to date aside from one in a knockout. The World Boxing Champions match will take place on June 1. Visit Ticket Club to find tickets to see Anthony Joshua v. Jarrell Miller at MSG The post Heavyweight Champ Anthony Joshua Breaks MSG Pre-Sale Record appeared first on TicketNews .
When Rolling Stone revealed last year that Taylor Swift’s security team used facial recognition technology during her Reputation Tour to detect stalkers, a conversation about privacy concerns sparked across the country, but it turns out, consumers have a lot more to be worried about going forward. During Swift’s concert at Los Angeles’ Rose Bowl in 2018, a kiosk with a hidden camera took photographs of fans without their knowledge. The system then used these images to cross-reference pictures in a Nashville database that included all of Swift’s known stalkers, Rolling Stone reported. According to the chief security officer of Oak View Group, an advisory board for multiple concert venues, people would “stop and stare at it, and the software would start working.” This caused an uproar of questions from fans, as it is unknown where this information goes or where it is stored. However, since Swift’s concerts are private events, she does not have any obligation to tell concertgoers they are being surveilled. While facial technology is particularly new to concerts, it’s not a new concept; the technology has been used for decades by law enforcement and militaries, at airports and by Apple. Ticketmaster revealed last year that it would invest in the software Blink Identity to allow concertgoers to use their face as their ticket into a show. ISM Connect, an event marketing company that specializes in “smart engagement technology” confirmed to Gizmodo and The Guardian that it supplied the kiosk used at Swift’s concert, implementing its “FanGuard” software to identify guests. ISM uses “smart screens” to enhance security, but also to advertise and collect demographic data for various brands. The technology is working toward acting as an “innovator to modernize the experience for venues, retail stores, and municipalities,” according to its website. “When fans attend events they are their most passionate selves, and it is at these pinnacle and personal moments that they are open to new ideas,” the website reads. “Our products enhance and ensure security at immense and highly visible events, while providing advertisers with a seamless, immersive platform to connect to their brand advocates.” Since forming in 2017, ISM has already captured data on over 110 million event-goers across 100 venues, its website states . Currently, ISM’s “data metric cameras” are used at NASCAR tracks, Daytona Beach’s luxury mall, and the Washington Redskins’ FedEx Field. This year, it will power the digital experience for over 25 Minor League Baseball clubs. While the facial recognition industry is expected to rise to an alarming $9.6 billion market within the next two years, it still doesn’t have enough regulations. Companies aren’t held accountable for how they collect information or store the data. ISM says that it doesn’t keep the information it collects and their biometric cameras don’t produce an identifiable image of a person, however, the industry is rapidly growing and it’s unknown what the future has in store. According to a 2016 Georgetown Law study , more than half of all American adults have had their likeness cataloged in a database used for facial recognition matching. Clare Garvie, a senior associate at the center on privacy and technology, as well as one of the authors of the law study, told The Guardian that advancements in the industry have made it easier for law enforcement agencies to collect data on crowds without their knowledge. “It is going to become more widespread and more advanced, especially in the absence of common sense legislation governing how it can and more importantly – how it can’t – be used,” she said. “A company such as Walmart, or Saks Fifth Avenue, or a venue or a law enforcement agency can adopt this technology and provide no notice to the public.” As the country continues to move in a more digital direction, this type of technology can feel like a convenience. Data is collected all the time – on social media, in public places, and now, during events. While facial recognition technology continues to becomes more prevalent in our world, the question still remains: When will the public be made aware of its regulations? The post Taylor Swift’s Use Of Facial Recognition Sparks Future Privacy Concerns appeared first on TicketNews .
K-pop sensation BTS announced a series of stadium shows across North America, South America, Europe, and Japan this summer. The trek, dubbed “BTS World Tour Love Yourself: Speak Yourself,” will hit eight cities, starting in Los Angeles, California on May 4. From there, the boyband, also known as Bangtan Boys, will make stops at Chicago’s Soldier Field and East Rutherford’s MetLife Stadium before heading overseas to play in London and Paris. They’ll wrap-up in Japan with two-day stints in Osaka and Shizuoka mid-July. BTS will be touring in support of 2018 records Face Yourself , Love Yourself ‘Tear,’ and Love Yourself ‘Answer.’ They are best-known for top tracks like “MIC Drop” with Steve Aoki and Desiigner, “DNA,” “Blood Sweat and Tears,” and “Fake Love.” This will follow their massively successful “Love Yourself Tour” last Fall, which stopped in Los Angeles, Oakland, Fort Worth, Newark, New York City, and Chicago. The group became the first K-pop band to play a U.S. stadium on tour and are continuing to break records; their third LP Love Yourself: Tear became the first K-pop album to reach No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and was the first predominantly non-English album to top the chart since 2012. K-pop has been consistently on-the-rise in the U.S. since BTS emerged in 2017. BLACKPINK, a K-pop girl group, just announced their debut North American headlining tour following their appearance at Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival this spring. With two groups dominating the market with top hits, it’s likely we’ll see more K-pop in the states in the coming years. Check out BTS’s full list of upcoming tour dates below. Visit Ticket Club to find tickets to see BTS on tour this year BTS World Tour Love Yourself: Speak Yourself 2019 05/04 – Los Angeles, CA @ Rose Bowl Stadium 05/11 – Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field 05/18 – E. Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium 05/25 – Sao Paulo, BR @ Allianz Parque 06/01 – London, UK @ Wembley Stadium 06/07 – Paris, FR @ Stade de France 07/06 – Osaka, JP @ Yanmar Stadium Nagai 07/07 – Osaka, JP @ Yanmar Stadium Nagai 07/13 – Shizuoka, JP @ Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa 07/14 – Shizuoka, JP @ Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa The post BTS Reveal 2019 Summer World Stadium Tour appeared first on TicketNews .
Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band dominated yesterday’s best-selling events list after announcing an expansion to their final tour, according to sales data from Ticket Club . Earlier this month, the group announced 12 new shows to their “Roll Me Away” farewell trek , including stops in Raleigh, New York, New Jersey, Washington D.C., and Tulsa, among others. The new dates will run through mid-June, wrapping-up with a three-day show in Detroit. The K-pop boyband BTS scored a handful of spots on the list for their recently-announced stadium tour, followed by artists Elton John, Jennifer Lopez, The Rolling Stones, Queen & Adam Lambert, and Why Don’t We. Three-day passes to this year’s Coachella were also hot commodities. Tickets to see Anthony Joshua and Jarrell Miller face-off in the highly anticipated World Championship Boxing event this June sold well, along with the boxing match between Errol Spence Jr. and Mikey Garcia. Additionally, the UFC match Jon Jones v. Anthony Smith made the list, as well as WWE: Wrestlemania XXXV. Click on any of the links below to find tickets to the best-selling events, or visit ticketclub.com to search for any other upcoming events and find tickets with no service fees for members . Ticket Club Top 20 Best–Selling Events February 19, 2019 Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band (June 8, 2019 @ DTE Energy Music Theatre — Clarkston, MI) BTS – Bangtan Boys (May 18, 2019 @ MetLife Stadium — East Rutherford, NJ) BTS – Bangtan Boys (May 4, 2019 @ Rose Bowl – Pasadena — Pasadena, CA) BTS – Bangtan Boys (May 11, 2019 @ Soldier Field Stadium — Chicago, IL) Elton John (October 22, 2019 @ Scotiabank Arena — Toronto, ON) The Rolling Stones (May 22, 2019 @ CenturyLink Field — Seattle, WA) Coachella 2019: Weekend 1 – 3 Day Pass (April 12, 2019 @ Empire Polo Field — Indio, CA) World Championship Boxing: Anthony Joshua v. Jarrell Miller (June 1, 2019 @ Madsion Square Garden — New York, NY) Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band (June 6, 2019 @ DTE Energy Music Theatre — Clarkston, MI) Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band (May 4, 2019 @ BOK Center — Tulsa, OK) Elton John (October 23, 2019 @ Scotiabank Arena — Toronto, ON) Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band (March 2, 2019 @ MGM Grand Garden Arena — Las Vegas, NV) Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band (April 30, 2019 @ JQH Arena — Springfield, MO) UFC 235: Jon Jones v. Anthony Smith (March 2, 2019 @ T-Mobile Arena) Why Don’t We (April 9, 2019 @ Coca-Cola Coliseum — Toronto, ON) Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band (June 1, 2019 @ PNC Bank Arts Center —Holmdel, NJ) Errol Spence Jr. v. Mikey Garcia (March 16, 2019 @ AT&T Stadium — Arlington, TX) Jennifer Lopez (June 21, 2019 @ AT&T Center — San Antonio, TX) Queen & Adam Lambert (July 20, 2019 @ The Forum – Los Angeles — Inglewood, CA) WWE: Wrestlemania XXXV (April 7, 2019 @ MetLife Stadium — East Rutherford, NJ) The post Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band Dominate Tuesday Best-Sellers appeared first on TicketNews .
During a performance of ‘Hamilton’ over the weekend in San Francisco, theatregoers fled the venue in panic after believing there was an active shooter in the crowd. The chaos ensued after a member of the audience fell to the ground just as fake gunshots rang through the Orpheum Theatre as a part of the show. According to CBS News , the woman is believed to have suffered from a heart attack. A CBS reporter and member of the crowd said she heard someone yell “gun,” which led people to run out of the theatre. While the woman was having a medical emergency, another person pulled the fire alarm, inciting more panic. As people tried to escape the room, three people were injured, police said. SF Gate reported that one person suffered a broken leg and none of the injuries were life threatening, while NBC Bay Area noted a boy suffered a seizure and another person sustained a head injury. The San Francisco Fire Department explained that the woman who initially collapsed in the audience had “a return of pulses with CPR and paramedic and remains in critical condition” as of Saturday. Police Captain Renee Pagaon told NBC Bay Area there was no one with a gun and no shots were fired. A spokesperson for the San Francisco Police said the panic was caused from members of the audience inaccurately linking the medical emergency to gunshots. Following the incident, SHN Broadway tweeted that once an audience member activated the theatre’s fire pull station, the audience and cast followed an announcement to exit the venue. However, fans noted that no announcement had been made during the chaos, resulting to theatregoers crawling on the floor to the exit or jumping into police patrol cars out of fear. During a medical event at the SHN Orpheum Theatre this evening an audience member activated the theater’s fire pull station. The audience and cast followed the life/safety system’s automatic announcement and exited the theater. — SHN: Broadway in San Francisco (@shnsf) February 16, 2019 Some audience members shared their experience: I heard no automatic announcement and there was only chaos. Being in the orchestra second row we could not get out so hunkered down. I have abrasions on my knee and elbow. Phones and shoes were strewn around. When will we see the full show? — Kay Grosvenor (@kaleycaro) February 16, 2019 I was in the balcony with my 6 and 9 year old. There was absolutely NO announcement. There was mass chaos and absolutely no support and direction from SHN staff. Extremely disappointed in how the event was handled. — Laura Lasnier (@LLasnier) February 16, 2019 No announcement once so ever. It took us an hour to reconnect with our family. We made friends and all hid in a mexican restaurant. The lady we were with forgot her purse in the chaos and couldn’t connect with her husband or son. we all thought it was a live shooter. — heidi r kling (@HeidiRKling) February 16, 2019 BS! We were lying on the floor, crawing to exits. No idea of what was happening. An announcement would have helped tremendously. We heard nothing other than screaming. — DannyEverettStewart (@DannyEstewART) February 16, 2019 This is not exactly what happened. You need to review your emergency protocols. Audience members trampled, one broken ankle and staff did not react quickly. — Stephen Andrew (@Stephen_Andrew) February 16, 2019 That is not true. We were at the Mezzanine and when the actors ran out of stage and all the screaming was going on we started fleeing too. The few staff we encountered in the hall were screaming: “get out. Put your head down and run”. I fell on the stairs and I’m still in pain. — Ana Golubovski (@AnaGolubovski) February 16, 2019 SHN released a statement noting that the producers of Hamilton and SHN are reviewing the events and patrons who attended the show will be contacted and invited to return to Orpheum Theatre to view another showing of the play. The post San Francisco ‘Hamilton’ Show Ends Amid Chaos After Fake Gunshots appeared first on TicketNews .
Fans of The Rolling Stones are feeling swindled after trying to buy pre-sale tickets to see the legendary rockers when they come to Canada this year. The group announced last week that they would perform at Burl’s Creek in Oro-Medonte, Ontario – their only tour date in Canada – this June. At first, pre-sale tickets were set at $119 plus service charges. However, when fans tried to buy tickets on Wednesday, the general admission price was raised to $179. Fans were confused and annoyed at the sudden increase in price, after they originally saw an affordable ticket. “I went on to buy general admission tickets. I had secured four tickets at $119.50,” one fan, Jim Fox, told the Toronto Sun . “You click yes, you want it and go to the next screen. All of a sudden the price jumped to $199 (each).” He said that his son tried to buy tickets at the original low price and the same thing happened to him. When he contacted Ticketmaster to ask about the price change, the ticketing site said the price change was a “technical error.” Concert organizer Republic Live commented on the matter, noting that a “human error” was at fault. “During a presale, a human error impacted a limited number of fans which was quickly fixed,” the organizer said in a statement. “We apologize for any inconvenience and are working directly with fans to resolve.” Additionally, the venue said that a number of tickets were allocated at different price levels and when one level sold out, customers were “automatically redirected to the next pricing level of tickets to complete their purchase if they wished to continue.” When fans contacted the venue, they were told a limited amount of tickets were available at $119, causing the giant spike increase. Nonetheless, the low price still remained on the site for a significant amount of time, confusing ticket buyers. Fans took out their frustration, noting that this was a bait-and-switch situation: When tickets went on sale on Friday, ticket prices started at $199. The Rolling Stones will kick-off their “No Filter Tour” this April, hitting cities like Houston, Philadelphia, Denver, and Chicago before wrapping up in Ontario. Visit Ticket Club to find tickets to see The Rolling Stones on tour this year The post Rolling Stones Fans Frustrated After Pre-Sale Ticket ‘Bait-And-Switch’ appeared first on TicketNews .
The Michael Jackson musical, Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough , will no longer hit stages in Chicago ahead of its Broadway debut in 2020. The show was scheduled to debut at the James M. Nederlander Theatre on October 29 in Chicago and close on December 1. However, according to producers of the show, the Jackson estate cancelled the pre-Broadway run after “scheduling difficulties” due to a labor dispute. The Actors’ Equity Association led a five-week job action, which was resolved last week, and it reportedly caused delays for the show’s developmental lab. However, Actor’s Equity believe they were not to blame for the cancellation since the strike was “modest.” According to KOLA FM , Actor’s Equity Communications Director said it is “disappointing the actors and stage managers were uniformed about a production change before an announcement was made to the media.” “The developmental lab that was scheduled for this production was delayed by 12 working days during the strike,” he said. “It is difficult to understand how a modest delay in February would impact a run that was scheduled for late October.” Don’t Stop will now open directly on Broadway in the summer of 2020. The musical, named after Jackson’s 1979 hit tune, is written by Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage and directed/choreographed by Tony-award winner Christopher Wheeldon. It will revolve around Jackson’s career in his 20s and 30s and is set to feature over 25 of Jackson’s greatest hits. “The show takes audiences behind the scenes as Michael prepares for the 1992 Dangerous Tour, providing an in-depth look at his process,” a press release notes of the synopsis. “As Michael and his collaborators rehearse their epic setlist, we are transported to pivotal creative moments from his career.” Look out for Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough tickets on sale later this year The post Michael Jackson Musical Pre-Broadway Shows Cancelled In Chicago appeared first on TicketNews .
The 2019 Stagecoach Country Music Festival , which will feature headliners Jason Aldean, Sam Hunt, and Luke Bryan, took the No. 1 spot on yesterday’s best-selling events list, according to sales data from Ticket Club . Lady Gaga’s Las Vegas residency “Enigma” followed, along with Loretta Lynn’s All-Star Birthday Concert, The Rolling Stones’ “No Filter Tour,” and Jeff Lynne’s Electric Light Orchestra. Elton John and Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band made made the list, as well as Jennifer Lopez, who just announced a tour in honor of her 50th birthday. The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament was a hot commodity of the day. Other notable sporting events include SEC Men’s Baseketball Tournament, World Championship Boxing, and the basketball match between the Lakers and Kings. WWE Wrestlemania XXXV scored a spot on the list, as well as Monster Jam. Broadway’s Hamilton was also among the day’s best-sellers. Click on any of the links below to find tickets to the best-selling events, or visit ticketclub.com to search for any other upcoming events and find tickets with no service fees for members . Ticket Club Top 20 Best–Selling Events February 18, 2019 Stagecoach Country Music Festival – 3 Day Pass (April 26, 2019 @ Empire Polo Field — Indio, CA) Lady Gaga – Enigma (June 6, 2019 @ Park Theatre at Park MGM — Las Vegas, NV) Elton John (September 6, 2019 @ T-Mobile Arena — Las Vegas, NV) Loretta Lynn: All-Star Birthday Concert (April 1, 2019 @ Bridgestone Arena — Nashville, TN) The Rolling Stones (April 20, 2019 @ Hard Rock, Stadium — Miami Gardens, FL) Los Angeles Lakers v. Sacramento Kings (March 24, 2019 @ Staples Center — Los Angeles, CA) The Rolling Stones (June 8, 2019 @ Gillette Stadium — Foxborough, MA) Jeff Lynne’s Electric Light Orchestra (July 16, 2019 @ Prudential Center — Newark, NJ) SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament – All Sessions Pass (March 13, 2019 @ Bridgestone Arena — Nashville, TN) World Championship Boxing: Anthony Joshua v. Jarrell Miller (June 1, 2019 @ Madison Square Garden — New York, NY) 2019 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament: Final Four – All Sessions Pass (April 6, 2019 @ US Bank Stadium — Minneapolis, MN) Monster Jam (February 23, 2019 @ AT&T Stadium — Arlington, TX) Monster Jam (February 23, 2019 @ Angel Stadium — Anaheim, CA) Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band (March 15, 2019 @ Amalie Arena — Tampa, FL) Hamilton (March 9, 2019 @ Richard Rogers Theatre — New York, NY) WWE: WrestleMania XXXV (April 7, 2019 @ MetLife Stadium — East Rutherford, NJ) Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band (June 8, 2019 @ DTE Energy Music Theatre — Clarkston, MI) The Rolling Stones (May 22, 2019 @ CenturyLink Field — Seattle, WA) Jennifer Lopez (July 12, 2019 @ Madison Square Garden — New York, NY) Elton John (September 7, 2019 @ T-Mobile Arena — Las Vegas, NV) The post Stagecoach Country Music Festival Tops Monday Best-Sellers appeared first on TicketNews .
Folk-rock star Melissa Etheridge will head out on a U.S. tour this spring in support of her 15th studio record, The Medicine Show . The tour will commence this March with a two-day show at the Southwest Florida Events Center in Bonita Springs, Florida. From there, she’ll head to cities across the country like New York, New Orleans, Augusta, Des Moines, and Lancaster before wrapping-up in Chandler, Arizona mid-July. The Medicine Show drops April 16 via Concord Records. Eldridge explained that the record deals with themes of renewal, reconciliation, compassion, and healing. “Through the songs she processed the deep fears and hurting she saw in the nation on collective and personal levels; ‘Shaking’ about national anxiety, ‘Here Comes the Pain,’ personalizing the opioid crisis, the unifying ‘Human Chain’ about the hope for healing, and the rocking, anthemic ‘Love Will Live,'” a press release states. Additional tracks to look out for on the record include “Last Hello,” “Wild Lonely,” and “Faded By Design.” “Calling the album The Medicine Show puts straight up, front and center, that this is about health, wellness, cannabis, this new thought, new paradigm, however you want to talk about it, however you want to understand it,” Eldridge said of the album. “It influences every song on the album. We’re not afraid of this anymore. We’ve come a long way.” The LP will follow 2014’s This Is M.E . and 2012’s 4th Street Feeling . Throughout her 30 + year career, the Grammy-award winning singer is known for smash hits like “Ain’t It Heavy,” “Angels Would Love,” and “The Weakness In Me.” Check out the full rundown below. Visit Ticket Club to find tickets to see Melissa Etheridge on tour this year Melissa Etheridge Tour Dates 2019 3/29 — Bonita Springs, FL @ Southwest Florida Event Center 3/30 — Bonita Springs, FL @ Southwest Florida Event Center 4/10 — New York, NY @ The Town Hall 4/13 — Montclair, NJ @ Wellmont Theater 4/14 — Lynn, MA @ Lynn Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium 4/19 — Stateline, NV @ Harrah’s Lake Tahoe – South Shore Room 4/20 — West Wendover, NV @ Peppermill Concert Hall 4/23 — New Braunfels, TX @ Gruene Hall 4/24 — Irving, TX @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory with Liz Phair 4/25 — Catoosa, OK @ Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa – The Joint 4/27 — Lake Charles, LA @ Golden Nugget Lake Charles 4/28 — New Orleans, LA @ Saenger Theatre with Liz Phair 4/30 — Chattanooga, TN @ Walker Theater 5/1 — Augusta, GA @ Miller Theater 5/2 — Durham, NC @ Carolina Theatre of Durham 5/3 — Virginia Beach, VA @ Sandler Center 5/6 — Lancaster, PA @ American Music Theatre 5/8 — Springfield, OH @ Clark State Performing Arts Center 5/9 — Jim Thorpe, PA @ Penn’s Peak 5/11 — Plymouth, MA @ Plymouth Memorial Hall 5/12 — Portland, ME @ State Theatre 6/20 — Des Moines, IA @ Hoyt Sherman Place 6/25 — Vienna, VA @ Wolf Trap with Pat Benatar Neil Geraldo and Liz Phair 6/29 — Webster, MA @ Indian Ranch 6/30 — New York, NY @ Times Square – World Pride Closing Ceremony 7/4 — Elk Grove Village, IL @ Elk Grove Village Mid-Summer Classics Concert Series 7/8 — Boulder, CO @ Chautauqua Auditorium 7/13 — Chandler, AZ @ Chandler Center for the Arts The post Melissa Etheridge To Tour In Support Of ‘The Medicine Show’ appeared first on TicketNews .