The annual star-studded run of iHeartMedia Jingle Ball tour dates has been announced , and each show packs a strong lineup of headliners, hitting 11 cities in late 2022. Dua Lipa, Lizzo, Jack Harlow and many others are on the respective bills, with shows running between November 29 and December 18. Kicking off on November 29th in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, the annual tour will make stops in cities including Los Angeles, Chicago, Detroit, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Atlanta and Tampa, before wrapping up in Fort Lauderdale/Miami on December 18th. “Every year our iHeartRadio Jingle Ball lineup is one of the most anticipated announcements,” Tom Poleman, chief programming officer for iHeartMedia, said in a statement. “We’re particularly excited about who’s playing this year. This is the show that represents the best pop music of the year, all brought together on one stage. We look forward to celebrating the holiday season with music fans across the country.” Who are you most excited to see at Jingle Ball!? ❤️🎄 #iHeartJingleBall https://t.co/kK2jbAhNBh — iHeartRadio (@iHeartRadio) October 3, 2022 The New York concert on December 9 will be streamed live via the CW App and CWTV.com, as well as across the country on iHeartRadio stations and its app. The CW Network will broadcast the event nationwide on December 17th at 8 p.m. That show features Dua Lipa and Lizzo, as well as The Kid laroi, Backstreet Boys, Charlie Puth, AJR, Demi Lovato, Lauv, Ava Max, Dove Cameron, and Jax. Other performers planned for iHeartRadio Jingle ball 2022 tour dates include Black Eyed Peas, Khalid, Lewis Capaldi, Lauren Spencer-Smith, Nicky Youre, Pitbull, Bebe Rexha, Nacjkenirem Tate NcRaem Armani White, and Sam Smith. The full announced lineups for each stop are included below, though the December 16 lineup in Jacksonville has not yet been revealed. Tickets for the Jingle Ball Tour 2022 are on sale this week, available to the general public beginning Friday, October 7 at noon local time for each venue. There will be an opening presale for each stop for Capital One cardholders beginning Tuesday, October 4, with other presales likely throughout the week for venue and promoter groups. iHeart Radio Jingle Ball Ticket Links Tickets at MEGAseats.com | No Service Charge/Free Shipping – 10% Off Using Code TICKETNEWS Tickets at Event Tickets Center Tickets at ScoreBig Tickets at StubHub Tickets at Ticket Club | Free 1-Year Membership Offer Using Code TICKETNEWS Tickets at TickPick Tickets at TicketNetwork Tickets at TicketSmarter iHeart Radio Jingle Ball 2022 Tour Dates (and Lineups) November 29th at 7:30pm CT: Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX – iHeartRadio 106.1 KISS FM’s Jingle Ball 2022 Presented by Capital One at Dickies Arena Lineup: Jack Harlow, Black Eyed Peas, Khalid, Lauv, Ava Max, Lewis Capaldi, Lauren Spencer-Smith, Jax and Nicky Youre December 2nd at 7:30pm PT: Los Angeles, CA – iHeartRadio 102.7 KIIS FM’s Jingle Ball 2022 Presented by Capital One at The KIA Forum Lineup: Dua Lipa, Jack Harlow, Pitbull, Khalid, Bebe Rexha, Lewis Capaldi, Ava Max, Dove Cameron, Jax and Nicky Youre December 5th at 7pm CT: Chicago, IL – iHeartRadio 103.5 KISS FM’s Jingle Ball 2022 Presented by Capital One at Allstate Arena Lineup: Jack Harlow, Pitbull, Khalid, Macklemore, Lauv, Tate McRae, Ava Max, Jax and Nicky Youre. December 6th at 7:30pm ET: Detroit, MI – iHeartRadio Channel 95.5’s Jingle Ball 2022 Presented by Capital One at Little Caesars Arena Lineup: The Kid LAROI, AJR, Backstreet Boys, Khalid, Macklemore, Tate McRae, Ava Max, Nicky Youre, Jax and Armani White. December 9th at 7 p.m. ET: New York, NY – iHeartRadio Z100’s Jingle Ball 2022 Presented by Capital One at Madison Square Garden Lineup: Dua Lipa, Lizzo, Charlie Puth, Backstreet Boys, The Kid LAROI, AJR, Demi Lovato, Lauv, Ava Max, Dove Cameron and Jax. December 11th at 6pm ET: Boston, MA – iHeartRadio KISS 108’s Jingle Ball 2022 Presented by Capital One at TD Garden Lineup: Jack Harlow, Backstreet Boys, Demi Lovato, The Kid LAROI, Lauv, Tate McRae, Dove Cameron, Jax and Nicky Youre December 12th at 7:30pm ET: Philadelphia, PA – iHeartRadio Q102’s Jingle Ball 2022 Presented by Capital One at Wells Fargo Center Lineup: Sam Smith, Charlie Puth, AJR, Khalid, Tate McRae, Lauv, Ava Max, Jax and Nicky Youre December 13th at 7:30pm ET: Washington, D.C. – iHeartRadio Hot 99.5’s Jingle Ball 2022 Presented by Capital One at Capital One Arena Lineup: Sam Smith, Pitbull, Charlie Puth, Khalid, Tate McRae, Lauv, Ava Max, Nicky Youre and Jax December 15th at 7:30pm ET: Atlanta, GA – iHeartRadio Power 96.1’s Jingle Ball 2022 Presented by Capital One at State Farm Arena Lineup: Sam Smith, Pitbull, AJR, Macklemore, Khalid, Tate McRae, Lauv, Ava Max and Nicky Youre December 16th at 7pm ET: Tampa, FL – iHeartRadio 93.3 FLZ’s Jingle Ball 2022 Presented by Capital One at Amalie Arena Lineup to be announced at a later date. December 18th at 7pm ET: Ft. Lauderdale/Miami, FL – iHeartRadio Y100’s Jingle Ball 2022 Presented by Capital One at FLA Live Arena, Ft. Lauderdale Lineup: Charlie Puth, Anitta, Backstreet Boys, Tate McRae, Black Eyed Peas, Big Time Rush, Ava Max, Lauren Spencer-Smith and Jax. Last Updated on October 3, 2022 by Dave Clark The post Dua Lipa, Jack Harlow Among iHeart Jingle Ball Tour Headliners appeared first on TicketNews .
Ed Sheeran will perform across North America in a big way in 2023, announcing 20 performances in stadiums throughout the spring and summer on his “+-=÷x” tour. The so-called “mathmatics” tour has been going for some time, but the shows will be the singers first in the United States or Canada in nearly five years. Sounds like Ed’s next subject in class is the North American #MathematicsTour ! Pre-sale starts October 12th. Sign up at https://t.co/W2vnTwKaDv pic.twitter.com/B7DDryC9eG — Ed Sheeran HQ (@edsheeran) October 3, 2022 The Mathmatics Tour North American stadium run will kick off in May, beginning at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. It will see shows scheduled nearly every week between that point and a closing show scheduled for September 23 at SoFi Stadium in California. In between, Sheeran will play concerts at Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta), Rogers Centre (Toronto), Ford Field (Detroit), Lumen Field (Seattle), and Allegiant Stadium (Las Vegas), among others. Along the way, Sheeran will be joined by a rotating cast of support acts depending on the venue – Khalid, Dylan, Rosa Linn, Cat Burns, and Maisie Peters are each along for part of the ride, with two joining for every scheduled stop. Tickets for Ed Sheeran’s 2023 North American tour dates are on sale next week, with the general public expected to have access on Friday, October 14 at 10 a.m. local time to each venue. Prior to that, there will be at minimum two presales – one through Ticketmaster’s “Verified Fan” system and another for American Express cardholders. The Verified Fan presale is open for registration through Sunday, October 9 at 10 p.m. Those who receive codes will have their shot at purchasing tickets beginning Wednesday, October 12. American Express “early access” also begins its presale on Wednesday, October 12. Ed Sheeran Ticket Links Tickets at MEGAseats.com | No Service Charge/Free Shipping – 10% Off Using Code TICKETNEWS Tickets at Event Tickets Center Tickets at ScoreBig Tickets at StubHub Tickets at Ticket Club | Free 1-Year Membership Offer Using Code TICKETNEWS Tickets at Ticketek Australia Tickets at Ticketmaster Australia Tickets at Ticketmaster New Zealand Tickets at TickPick Tickets at TicketNetwork Tickets at TicketSmarter Ed Sheeran 2023 U.S. Tour Dates May 6 – Arlington, TX | AT&T Stadium May 13 – Houston, TX | NRG Stadium May 20 – Tampa, FL | Raymond James Stadium May 27 – Atlanta, GA | Mercedes-Benz Stadium June 3 – Philadelphia, PA | Lincoln Financial Field June 17 – Toronto, ON | Rogers Centre June 24 – Landover, MD | FedEx Field July 1 – Foxborough, MA | Gillette Stadium July 8 – Pittsburgh, PA | Acrisure Stadium July 15 – Detroit, MI | Ford Field July 22 – Nashville, TN | Nissan Stadium July 29 – Chicago, IL | Soldier Field August 5 – Kansas City, MO | GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium August 12 – Minneapolis, MN | U.S. Bank Stadium August 19 – Denver, CO | Empower Field at Mile High August 26 – Seattle, WA | Lumen Field September 2 – Vancouver, BC | BC Place September 9 – Las Vegas, NV | Allegiant Stadium September 16 – Santa Clara, CA | Levi’s Stadium September 23 – Inglewood, CA | SoFi Stadium Last Updated on October 3, 2022 by Dave Clark The post Ed Sheeran Plans Sprawling 2023 North American Stadium Tour appeared first on TicketNews .
The organizers of the British Grand Prix issued a rare apology this month, responding to massive complaints over the messy ticket sale and surged “dynamic” ticket prices for the 2023 race. Tickets for the 2023 British GP, the lone Formula 1 race in England, went on sale September 15, and fans reported major issues completing purchases, plus outrageous price surges fueled by the ongoing use of “dynamic” pricing systems by event operators seeking to monetize fear of missing out at moments of peak demand. “I am extremely sorry for the frustration, upset, disappointment and anger this has caused,” says Stuart Pringle, managing director of Silverstone, which hosts the race. “We are going to do a root and branch review on all of this. I am not closing the door on doing anything differently next year, we will consider anything and everything. Nothing is off the table. We have learned a lot of lessons and we can’t have a repeat of this year.” He placed blame for the issues on a third-party ticketing provider, Secutix, being unable to cope with the demand during the sales period and suffering numerous issues on account of it. The dynamic pricing was in place for the first time at the race, which has traditionally offered its lowest prices at the initial sale period, increasing prices over time as the race date approaches. Dynamic pricing systems typically reverse that entirely, ratcheting up prices as high as consumers would consider paying at the initial moment tickets are put on offer, then scaling back the prices as time goes on – in effect maximizing the price the most engaged fans will pay, and discounting the late-comers who could take or leave the event unless it comes at a good price. Demand at the initial sale period was unexpected by the organizers, which caused the surges to be particularly high for those consumers hitting the website on the first day of the sale, according to Pringle. “Not long ago the issue was whether we could stay in business. To reach a point where we are suddenly into Adele, Coldplay-scale of demand is just unimaginable,” he said. “In light of what we know now, can we use our historic model given the current popularity of F1? We have to look at that. It’s wonderful we have had such a demand but it is utterly regrettable that our fans have been subject to these challenges. We have to sort it out and we will sort it out.” Fans vented their frustrations over the pricing scheme and issues securing tickets before the surge too place. One fan told The Guardian that tickets advertised for £419 were surged to £489 after he waited in an online queue for a full eight hours to buy them. Another reported being knocked out of the queue after six hours, only to see the ticket price bumped up by £50 upon his return. “We are being priced out of attending and this will be our last year,” says Phil Morris, who had been a regular attendee at Silverstone events since 2014. “There’s no reward for loyalty and pure marketing towards making as much money as possible.” The fan frustrations have been a familiar refrain this year as ticketing companies like Ticketmaster (which is owned by Live Nation, which has Liberty Media as a primary shareholder, which is the new owner of Formula 1) have increasingly convinced event operators to put dynamic pricing systems in place for their events. They are marketed as capturing revenue that would otherwise be going to those who purchase tickets with the sole purpose of reselling them, but in practice they just inflate the ticket prices for everyone hoping to attend an event, often out of any reasonable price range. In the United States, Ticketmaster recently responded to a letter from Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-NJ) demanding answers regarding the price surging tactics with a defense of the practice. “This is an important shift necessary to maintaining the vibrancy and creativity of the live music industry as artists and their crews become more and more reliant on touring,” the company says. “Like sports teams, artist representatives and promoters recognize the benefit of pricing tickets closer to market value.” Meanwhile, Live Nation has reported record-shattering earnings for several quarters, fueled largely by the increased adoption of dynamic ticket pricing by event operators. Last Updated on September 30, 2022 by Dave Clark The post British Grand Prix Apologizes After Dynamic Pricing Debacle appeared first on TicketNews .
Marketplace giant eBay was hit with a major fine and other infringement notices by trading regulators in Australia, according to multiple reports. The company ran afoul of regulators over regulations capping the asking price for tickets being resold in New South Wales, with NSW Fair Trading reportedly finding multiple ticket listings for tickets to the rugby finals in breach of the law. “To protect consumers, NSW laws require advertisements for the resale of tickets to specify the original cost of the ticket and a resale price that is no more than 10 per cent above the original cost,” says NSW Fair Trading Commissioner Natasha Mann of the action taken , which was announced Friday. “Fair Trading attended the offices of eBay in Sydney and issued a number of penalty notices for tickets being advertised contrary to regulations. NSW Fair Trading is actively monitoring other platforms where Grand Final tickets may be re-sold and will take similar actions where tickets are being sold contrary to NSW laws.” Under the law in NSW, tickets can only be resold at a value not exceeding ten percent more than the original purchase price. The law has in place the potential for penalties up to $110,000 for corporations and up to $22,000 for individuals. eBay was fined a total of $44,000 for its alleged violations. eBay told Gizmodo Australia it had removed 48 listings from its marketplace that were found to have too high of an asking price. It also promised it would continue to monitor for other listings in excess of the price cap. A spokesperson expressed disappointment in the regulator’s decision to issue such a hefty fine, as it has a system in place for regulators to easily trigger a listing’s removal, which has been offered to NSW Fair Trading in the past. “Considering the tools we have available and our willingness to collaborate it is disappointing that NSW Fair Trading has chosen to issue penalties without providing an opportunity to work together in this instance,” the spokesperson said. “This is not the approach we have experienced in other jurisdictions where we work in partnership with regulators to address ticket scalping.” eBay was the parent company of ticket resale marketplace giant StubHub for more than a decade before selling that company to Viagogo for more than $4 billion in a transaction that closed in early 2020 . Last Updated on September 30, 2022 by Dave Clark The post eBay Fined by Australian Regulator Over NRL Grand Finals Tickets appeared first on TicketNews .
Early this year, Ed Sheeran announced his + – = ÷ x Tour (pronounced The Mathematics Tou r) would make it to New Zealand in February 2023, then he added an extra show for February 1 ahead of February 2nd’s concert which was set to be hosted by Sky Stadium in Wellington, since the gig was sold out. However, three months after the announcement, he cancelled the first show of his New Zealand tour, and fans are unhappy with the decision. In a statement on promoter Frontier Touring’s website , the reason for the cancellation is explained by “on-going uncertainties affecting a number of different variables with global touring”. While tickets to February 1 concert are announced to be refunded in full by Ticketek within 30 working days, ticket holders are also offered with an option to purchase from “a limited pool of reserved tickets” to Sheeran’s show the next night, which is at Wellington’s Sky Stadium on February 2. Or, those who are affected by cancellation and can travel to country’s another city Auckland, are offered to receive a 50% discount to the February 11 concert at Eden Park. Frontier Touring says both offers are available from 1pm on Tuesday, September 27 until 1pm on Friday, October 21, but “strictly while tickets remain”. Sheeran’s show in the capital Wellington the following night on February 2, as well as Auckland, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Perth concerts, is still going ahead as planned. “The decision is not one that has been made lightly,” reads a statement on Ticketek’s website. “We are very much looking forward to presenting this tour and do not foresee any problems with the remaining dates.” Ticket holders are said to be provided with further information. Ticket holders of the cancelled show reacted to the decision with disappointment, having arranged annual leave, accommodation and ferry tickets or specifically having paid extra to have good seats. Some now have doubts about getting tickets that are close to the front stage or finding accommodation for the night, according to Stuff’s report . “I’m not usually one to make a fuss but [the cancellation] doesn’t seem to be a genuine reason,” one fan says, and questions why only the one night was cancelled. Ed Sheeran’s last visit to New Zealand and Australia was his 2018 Divide Tour which was a record-breaking series of concerts with 1,006,387 tickets sold across these two countries. Singer will perform at Sky Stadium in Wellington, Eden Park in Auckland, Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Accor Stadium in Sydney, Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne, Adelaide Oval in Adelaide and Optus Stadium in Perth as part of his 2023 New Zealand and Australia tour. Tickets are available from frontiertouring.com Ed Sheeran Ticket Links Tickets at MEGAseats.com | No Service Charge/Free Shipping – 10% Off Using Code TICKETNEWS Tickets at Event Tickets Center Tickets at ScoreBig Tickets at StubHub Tickets at Ticket Club | Free 1-Year Membership Offer Using Code TICKETNEWS Tickets at Ticketek Australia Tickets at Ticketmaster Australia Tickets at Ticketmaster New Zealand Tickets at TickPick Tickets at TicketNetwork Tickets at TicketSmarter Last Updated on September 30, 2022 by Dave Clark The post Fans Furious After Ed Sheeran NZ Gig Cancelled Unexpectedly appeared first on TicketNews .
A long-time dispute, spanning 14 years, between the District of Columbia and Events DC which operates the Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. has been temporarily settled by an extension of a temporary permit to operate live events through the end of 2023. Opened in 2008, the stadium was operating under a temporary license for live events, and was on the verge of being shut down by the The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs’ (DCRA), the city’s regulatory agency. The stadium is now allowed to continue hosting live events through the end of 2023, and hopes to work out a permanant arrangement with the city before that expires. The story started back in 2008 when Events DC made an agreement with the District, promising that it was going to undertake the development of 46,000 square feet of space for shops, services, entertainment, and art around the Nationals Park. Events DC didn’t put it into practice throughout those years showing the 2008 recession and the pandemic as reasons. In order to keep the stadium open, DCRA continued issuing temporary occupancy permits to keep the Washington National’s home stadium operating legally. In a statement released by DCRA, Events DC, as a sign of good faith, was requested to file an application with the Zoning Commission to modify the Planned Unit Development agreement. The current certificate was set to expire September 30, but District regulators said they would extend it through the end of 2023 in order to give the Zoning Commission plenty of time to review the new proposal. The statement read: “For 16 years, compliance with the agreement has been avoided by applying for Conditional Certificates of Occupancy. At this time, with no immediate construction occurring, a permanent solution is sought so that a permanent Certificates of Occupancy may be issued. Earlier this summer, DCRA requested that Events DC, as a sign of good faith, file an application with the Zoning Commission to modify the Planned Unit Development agreement.” “As Events DC has followed through on the filing request, DCRA will issue another Conditional Certificates of Occupancy which will expire on December 31, 2023 to allow time for the Zoning Commission to issue a ruling, and or for Events DC to submit any construction plans for review and approval.” It followed. Events DC spokeswoman Christy Goodman wrote to Washington Post in an email, stating that Events DC and the Washington Nationals were eager to move forward with the build out of the existing retail space and provide more options to the now vibrant Capitol Riverfront community. “We are confident that as Events DC and the D.C. Zoning Commission work out the final terms of a permanent certificate of occupancy, we will continue to operate without restrictions as we always have,” Nationals spokeswoman Jennifer Giglio said in a written statement, according to the same report . In a statement to FOX 5 , Events DC said: “Events DC looks forward to the Zoning Commission’s decision regarding the existing retail space at Nationals Stadium along First Street in Southeast. The approximately 17,000-square-feet of retail space was built as a shell within the original stadium and delivered in 2008, per the zoning order.” Apart from Nationals Park, Events DC owns RFK Stadium and the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in the city. Nationals Park Ticket Links Tickets at MEGASeats.com | No Service Charge/Free Shipping – 10% Off Using Code TICKETNEWS Tickets at Event Tickets Center Tickets at Scorebig Tickets at StubHub Tickets at Ticket Club | Free Membership Offer Tickets at TicketNetwork Tickets at TickPick Tickets at TicketSmarter Last Updated on September 30, 2022 by Dave Clark The post D.C.’s Nationals Park Permitted to Operate Concerts Through 2023 appeared first on TicketNews .
Celebrating its 100th year, the Hollywood Bowl hosts Disney’s Encanto as a concert event live on stage. Announced as “Encanto Live-To-Film Concert Experience”, the performance will be held on November 11 and 12. The venue will be transformed into the Madrigals’ Casita from the film. Walt Disney Animation Studios’ global hit’s concert event adaptation features a 50-person ensemble, a full live orchestra, and favorite songs from the film that are going to be performed live by members of the original cast, and special guests. The soundtrack of the motion picture has eight original songs, all written by Academy Award-nominated, Tony and Grammy-winning songwriter and composer Lin-Manuel Miranda, and original score belongs to Academy Award-nominated composer Germaine Franco. “It was really important to me that we have a Latino music team for this movie,” on working with Franco , Miranda once said, “Our first meeting went really well and she just spoke so powerfully about the themes and instrumentation she wanted to use. The theme she found was so incredible. Particularly in the finale, there’s give and take between where my song ends and her score begins.” The Oscar-winning film’s songs, including fan-favorite musical numbers like “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” and “Surface Pressure,” will be performed for an immersive concert experience. A Colombian band featuring musicians from the original soundtrack will accompany the orchestra which is going to be led by conductor Anthony Parnther. The participating cast will include Stephanie Beatriz (Mirabel Madrigal), Carolina Gaitán (Pepa Madrigal), Olga Merediz (Abuela Alma Madrigal), Jessica Darrow (Luisa Madrigal), Diane Guerrero (Isabela Madrigal), Adassa (Dolores Madrigal), Angie Cepeda (Julieta Madrigal) and Mauro Castillo (Félix Madrigal). Encanto narrates the story of an extraordinary family, the Madrigals, who live in a magical house hidden in the mountains of Colombia. Being the only member of the family lacking the gift of super strength and the power to heal, Mirabel decides to save her family and their magical house when she finds out their charmed place Encanto and her family are losing their magic. “Encanto Live-To-Film Concert Experience” will be produced by Disney Concerts, AMP Worldwide, Fulwell 73 and Live Nation-Hewitt Silva. Hollywood Bowl Ticket Links Tickets at MEGAseats.com | No Service Charge/Free Shipping – 10% Off Using Code TICKETNEWS Tickets at Event Tickets Center Tickets at ScoreBig Tickets at StubHub Tickets at Ticket Club | Free 1-Year Membership Offer Using Code TICKETNEWS Tickets at TickPick Tickets at TicketNetwork Tickets at TicketSmarter Last Updated on September 30, 2022 by Dave Clark The post “Encanto Live-To-Film Concert” to be Performed at Hollywood Bowl appeared first on TicketNews .
While the road to the NFL’s Super Bowl has barely begun for whatever two teams will make it through the season to play for the championship, at least one star has already booked her ticket to Arizona for the big game. Rihanna will star in the Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show at Super Bowl LVII, scheduled for Sunday, February 12, 2023 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale. “Rihanna is a generational talent, a woman of humble beginnings who has surpassed expectations at every turn. A person born on the small island of Barbados who became one of the most prominent artists ever. Self-made in business and entertainment,” said Shawn “JAY-Z” Carter. “We are thrilled to welcome Rihanna to the Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show stage,” said Seth Dudowsky, NFL Head of Music. “Rihanna is a once in a generation artist who has been a cultural force throughout her career. We look forward to collaborating with Rihanna, Roc Nation and Apple Music to bring fans another historic Halftime Show performance.” “Rihanna is an incredible recording artist who is a favorite for many millions of Apple Music customers around the world,” said Oliver Schusser, Apple’s vice president of Apple Music and Beats. “We’re excited to partner with Rihanna, Roc Nation and the NFL to bring music and sports fans a momentous show — what an incredible artist for the inaugural Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show.” Rihanna will join a long line of iconic performers to play halftime at the Super Bowl, which is one of the most watched events of the year. In February, an iconic lineup of hip hop trailblazers including Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar performed at the Super Bowl LVI halftime show at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood. Other recent Super Bowl halftime performers include The Weeknd, Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Bruno Mars, Prince, Madonna and more. Super Bowl LVII Ticket Links Tickets at MEGAseats.com | No Service Charge/Free Shipping – 10% Off Using Code TICKETNEWS Tickets at Event Tickets Center Tickets at ScoreBig Tickets at StubHub Tickets at Ticket Club | Free 1-Year Membership Offer Using Code TICKETNEWS Tickets at TickPick Tickets at TicketNetwork Tickets at TicketSmarter Last Updated on September 29, 2022 by Dave Clark The post Rihanna Announced as Super Bowl Halftime Show Act appeared first on TicketNews .
When The Weeknd was forced to call off a show just after starting earlier this month in California, he promised he would be back to make it up – and the singer is making good on that promise. The Weeknd announced the After Hours Til Dawn World Tour would return to California’s SoFi Stadium, even adding a second date. The September 3 show will now take place on Saturday, November 26, with the new show scheduled for Sunday, November 27. Tickets for the original concert will be good for use on November 26, while the second date was reportedly added “due to overwhelming demand” for tickets in the first place. RESCHEDULED LOS ANGELES SHOW PLUS ONE MORE! NOVEMBER 26 and 27! https://t.co/OgBYRWynXn pic.twitter.com/GgNwKaWn3b — The Weeknd (@theweeknd) September 27, 2022 Tickets for the new Sunday show are on sale to the general public beginning on Monday, October 3. Presales are already open for the concert, including for PSL holders at the stadium and through Live Nation, which is promoting the show. Ticket prices are steep, as they have been throughout the tour, with a low of $96 not including fees for the absolute nose-bleed sections in the 500s. It appears that field, level seats aren’t available for less than $445 before fees. Resale tickets for both shows are also available on numerous ticket marketplaces. The two concerts in California will serve as the 2022 closers for the After Hours ‘Til Dawn tour, which replaced existing tour plans that had been long postponed by the pandemic. The SoFi Stadium show was initially set to be the tour closer, only to be superceded by a Toronto show that was postponed due to technical issues at the venue related to an internet outage that would have wreaked havoc in the mobile-only ticketing system that Ticketmaster had put in place. But the new rescheduled and second show at SoFi once again become the closing performances. The Weeknd Ticket Links Tickets at MEGASeats.com | No Service Charge/Free Shipping – 10% Off Using Code TICKETNEWS Tickets at Event Tickets Center Tickets at Scorebig Tickets at StubHub Tickets at Ticket Club | Free Membership Offer Tickets at TicketNetwork Tickets at TickPick Tickets at TicketSmarter The Weeknd Upcoming Dates November 26 – Los Angeles, CA | SoFi Stadium November 27 – Los Angeles, CA | SoFi Stadium Last Updated on September 30, 2022 by Dave Clark The post The Weeknd Reschedules Halted L.A. Show, Schedules Second appeared first on TicketNews .