Dropkick Murphys Tour 2019! Dropkick Murphys are from Quincy, Massachusetts, USA. Celtic punk and punk rock is what the Dropkick Murphy’s create with a difinitive style and resonating sound.
The current line up of the Dropkicks Murphys as of 2014 consists of: Ken Casey – bass guitar, lead vocals, Matt Kelly – drums, bodhran and vocals, Al Barr – lead vocals, James Lynch – guitar and vocals, Tim Brennan – tin whistle, accordion, mandolin, bouzouki, keyboard, piano, vocals, and lead guitar, Jeff DaRosa – banjo, bouzouki, mandolin, guitar, keyboard, piano, harmonica, tin whistle and vocals.
The band went platinum with their song “I’m shipping up to
Boston”. This is one of the bands trademark song and has seen them reach
great success.In 2007 the band signed with Warner Bros. Records. After
previously being signed to Hellcat Records while they were constantly
touring.The band has many influences such as: AC/DC, Stiff Little
Fingers, Swinging Utters, The Ramones, The Clash and Sex Pistols, The
Pogues and The Dubliners.As of 2014 the Dropkick Murphys have released 8 albums, their most recent album “Signed and Sealed in Blood” gained positive reviews, Allmusic gave it 4 out of 5 stars. This album matched the score of their earlier album “The Meanest of Times” which contained “The State of Massachusetts” which has been named one of the 100 most played songs on U.S. modern rock radio in October 2007. Dropkick Murphys are an American Celtic punk band formed in Quincy, Massachusetts, in 1996. The band was initially signed to independent punk record label Hellcat Records, releasing five albums for the label, and making a name for themselves locally through constant touring and yearly St. Patrick’s Day week shows, held in and around Boston. The 2004 single “Tessie” became the band’s first hit and one of their biggest charting singles to date. The band’s final Hellc
Rich The Kid Tour 2019! If you search “most lit concerts” on YouTube (as we’re sure you do regularly) you’ll find Rich the Kid’s name popping up consistently. As he’s steadily established his presence on the Atlanta scene over the past five years, the rapper’s also built a reputation for wild live shows — just check
his first-ever performance of his 2018 trap banger, “Plug Walk,” at Los Angeles’ The Novo to a sea of screaming fans, glowing iPhones in hand. In 2017, Rich performed alongside some of the most buzzing names in hip-hop at the Rolling Loud Festival in San Bernardino, CA, as well as at the festival’s Miami iteration in 2018; he also took the stage for a medley of hits at 2018’s Billboard Hot 100 Fest. In late 2018, he hit the Los Angeles Rolling Loud fest, joining a star-studded weekend lineup that included Lil Wayne, Cardi B, Post Malone, and Lil Uzi Vert.
Rich the Kid Background
Rich the Kid might be the best-connected guy in hip-hop, thanks to
pure hustle and a bit of uncanny universal randomness. The 26-year-old
rapper was born Dimitri Roger in Queens, NY, speaking Creole with his
Haitian parents. But he considers Atlanta home, having moved down South
with his mother at age 13. The move shifted his taste in hip-hop from
NYC icons like Nas and Jay-Z to trap stars like T.I. and Jeezy, and it
shows in his music. In 2013, Rich signed to the newly-founded Quality
Control Music label, home of Migos, and dropped his breakthrough hit,
the super-catchy “Jumpin Like Jordan,” later that year. Over the next
two years, Rich released a four-part series of collaborative mixtapes
with Migos, called Streets on Lock, alongside his own wildly
prolific string of solo tapes, and in 2016, he launched his own label,
Rich Forever Music, in association with 300 Entertainment. His list of
collaborations runs deep: there was his 2015 Whip It EP with
iLoveMakonnen; his feature on Steve Aoki’s 2016 track, “How Else”; the
2017 Diplo single “Bank Roll” also featuring Young Thug and Justin
Bieber; and his out-of-nowhere 2017 collab with Kendrick Lamar, “New
Freezer.” (And don’t forget the time he caused a minor internet frenzy
after posting a screenshot of a FaceTime call with the ever-reclusive
Frank Ocean.) Rich released his official debut album, The World Is Yours, in 2018, featuring his biggest hit to date, “Plug Walk.”
Gnash Tour 2019! Gnash, real name Garrett Nash, is an American rapper, singer-songwriter, DJ and producer, from Los Angeles, California. Starting his music career in 2015, he released his debut EP, ‘u’ in March 2015, followed by ‘me’, in December 2015. His third EP, ‘us’ was released in March 2016, which featured the track, hate u, i love u, that hit #1 in the Australian ARIA Singles Chart and #10 in the Billboard Hot 100. Since then he has released his first full length release ‘We’ early in 2019 and is preparing to tour the US and UK to promote the album.
Gnash hits the UK this March for headline gigs in Manchester and London. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
The latest series of 2019 Gnash tour performances
are being hailed as triumphant and incredible. Gnash has been on the
road, relentlessly touring in support of new material from the latest
album. The excitement surrounding the concert series should come as no
surprise given the millions of Gnash fans.
Get ready for the upcoming world tour that is going to be going all
over North America next year. If you are looking for tickets to the
Gnash tour 2019 then you have come to the right place. We have seats
available for every single one of their currently scheduled dates. You
can see that underneath there is a listing of every single concert that
he will be performing. You can find a show that’s nearby your area and
go ahead and pick up some tickets right now before all the seats are
Conor Oberst Tour 2019! Conor Oberst (born February 15th, 1980), former frontman of Bright Eyes, is an American indie-folk singer-songwriter from Nebraska, US, known for his tender voice and confessional style of songwriting.
Oberst has had a long career in music, moving between several
bands until finding success with Bright Eyes and his subsequent
projects. Between 1993 and 1998, Oberst released a number of albums with
different groups on indie label, Saddle Creek Records, including
efforts with The Faint, Commander Venus and Park Ave., yet he did not
find any major success.
Having formed Bright Eyes, initially as a solo project in 1995,
it became Oberst’s main focus after Commander Venus disbanded in 1998.
The band released several records in the late 90s, slowly building a
loyal following, with their third album, “Fevers and Mirrors” (May
2000), turning heads, with Pitchfork Magazine placing it as 170 on their
list of top 200 albums of the 2000s. Bright Eyes continued to release
successful albums, becoming stalwarts of the indie rock scene throughout
the 2000s, enjoying high chart positions on the Billboard 200.
Oberst embarked upon a solo venture in 2007/8, travelling to
rural Mexico to record his self-titled effort, forming The Mystic Valley
Band as his support. In 2009, they released another record, titled
“Outer South,” which featured more contributions from his band, with
Oberst still clearly defined as the bandleader.
After this two year break working on his solo ventures, Bright
Eyes returned again to release “The People’s Key” in February 2011, with
this album being the band’s last release, before Oberst retired the
band. Oberst became involved again with the punk rock-esque group,
Desapareidos, releasing several new singles between 2012 and 2013.
In 2014, Oberst returned as a solo artist with “Upside Down
Mountain,” a record that moved towards an americana, folk sound with
more minimal arrangements. The album was received with largely positive
reviews from music critics, with many lauding Oberst’s new found
maturity in his songwriting. The album debut at number 19 on the
Billboard 200 and number one on the Folk Albums chart.
Illinois State Fair 2019! The Illinois State Fair will once again offer Stage Side Parties for each of the ticketed Grandstand concerts. An additional $30 ticket provides fairgoers access to an exclusive pre-show party that includes food, entertainment, giveaways and early entry into the concert. The Stage Side Party is only available to those who have purchased a concert ticket to attend that night’s concert – BOTH concert and Stage Side Party tickets will be required to enter the party tent. These tickets can be purchased via Ticketmaster once tickets are on sale. Stage Side Party tickets purchased on or before July 15, 2019, will also receive a parking pass for the concert date event. Tickets to all the announced Illinois Lottery Grandstand Stage concerts go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 20 at Ticketmaster.com or by calling Ticketmaster directly at
For those who prefer to purchase tickets in person, the Emmerson Building on the State Fairgrounds in Springfield will begin selling tickets on Monday, April 22. Office hours are 9 a.m. To 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.
important to remember that Ticketmaster and the Illinois State Fair Box
Office are the only authorized outlets to sell concert tickets for the
State Fair Grandstand. Third party outlets often inflate ticket prices,
and the buyer has no guarantee of authenticity of tickets purchased from
a third-party seller.
The 2019 Grandstand Schedule is:
Sunday, August 11: Dan + Shay
Monday, August 12: The Traveling Salvation Show – A Tribute to Neil Diamond (Free Concert – no tickets needed)
Tuesday, August 13: Why Don’t We
Wednesday, August 14: Pentatonix with Rachel Platten
Thursday, August 15: Old Dominion
Friday, August 16: Snoop Dogg w/ Dogg Pound, Warren G, DJ Quik, Twista, and Do or Die
The Illinois State Fair will once again offer Stage Side Parties for
each of the ticketed Grandstand concerts. An additional ticket provides
fairgoers access to an exclusive pre-show party that includes food,
entertainment, giveaways and early entry into the concert.
Stage Side Party is only available to those who have purchased a
concert ticket to attend that night’s concert – BOTH concert and Stage
Side Party tickets will be required to enter the party tent. These
tickets can be purchased via Ticketmaster once tickets are on sale.
Stage Side Party tickets purchased on or before July 15 will also receive a parking pass for the concert date event.
Wu Tang Clan Tour 2019! One of the most revolutionary hip-hop acts, Wu-Tang Clan helped prove rap to be an art form, establishing a hip-hop enterprise in the process whilst delivering their uncompromising, dark sound and hard-hitting, intelligent wordplay.
Wu-Tang Clan were the antidote to Dr. Dre’s G-funk domination, offering a distinctly grimy, hardcore alternative to the West Coast sound with their 1993 debut, “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).” Formed in Staten Island, New York, US, the Clan developed into a sprawling collection of artists, rooted by RZA’s musical direction and vision. Made up of roughly nine members, each artist delivered their own persona and style, with the crew being started by GZA and Ol’ Dirty Bastard, soon expanding to include Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, U-God, Masta Killa, and Inspectah Deck.
Their debut release forged a new sound in hip-hop, through
darkly funky soundscapes full of a sense of eerie, urban-dystopian
menace which grounded their seamless, gritty vocal attack loaded with
violent martial arts imagery. Achieving widespread critical acclaim and
commercial success, Wu-Tang’s sound became instantly recognizable which
would go on to influence countless artists across genres subsequently.
Following their debut, the various artists embarked on a host
of solo ventures, with five of the crew landing solo contracts on the
strength of the single “C.R.E.A.M” alone. The may artists of Wu-Tang
became household names, collaborating with many others in the industry
and finding their new projects receiving the same success as their
In 1997, Wu-Tang Clan reunited together to work on their second
album, the double-disc “Wu-Tang Forever,” finding huge anticipation for
the release. The album went straight to number one in the charts and
sold over 600,000 copies in its first week. Wu-Tang Clan became a
branded franchise, expanding its roster of artists to include new
members and to aid young protégés gain their first exposure. The
collective became a huge business, dominating the airwaves. Meanwhile,
Ol’Dirty Bastard’s behavior began to become erratic and a series of
incidents in 1998 left the rapper incarcerated and in and out of rehab
for drug addiction.
Following “Wu-Tang Forever,” the many artists released further
solo albums and projects, although they were unable to maintain such
high levels of fervor around these releases, although they were still
widely critically acclaimed. The Wu-Tang Clan project was perhaps spread
too thin, with the vast number of ventures causing inconsistency and
over-dilution. In 2000, the Clan returned with a new effort, “The W,”
which was a more focused offering, a release marred by Ol’Dirty
Bastard’s continuing erratic behavior that was quickly spiraling out of
It was only a year later that a new Wu-Tang release arrived,
with their fourth record, “Iron Flag.” Solo projects continued
subsequently, with the next release for the collective only being the
2004 live album, “Disciples of the 36 Chambers.” Sadly that same year,
Ol’ Dirty Bastard suffered a fatal heart attack, with this release being
In 2007, new Clan material surfaced, with “8 Diagrams,” which
suffered from criticism from GZA and Raekwon about RZA’s chosen
direction. Another bout of solo albums followed before the 2011
compilation, “Legendary Weapons” was released. To huge anticipation, in
2013, a new studio album was announced, planned for 2013 to commemorate
their 20th anniversary. However, the album did not appear until 2014,
when it was finally released on Warner Bros., titled “A Better
Tomorrow.” Alongside this album, Wu-Tang Clan also made music history,
after announcing their creation of “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin,” a
secret album that was only to have one copy pressed, to be sold to the
highest bidder, likely to be housed in a museum, with RZA suggesting the
music would not be available for another seven years. An artistic
statement never before created in popular music.
Steely Dan Tour 2019! Steely Dan concert tickets are on sale. You can find the list of Steely Dan tour dates here.
Steely Dan is an American jazz rock/rock band consisting of core members Donald Fagen and Walter Becker. The band’s popularity peaked in the late 1970s, with the release of seven albums blending elements of jazz, rock, funk, R&B, and pop. Rolling Stone has called them “the perfect
Surviving Steely Dan member Donald Fagen is paying tribute to his longtime musical partner Walter Becker with a new tour in 2019, one that he’s bringing to venues all across North America — and this website can help you find amazing tickets for any upcoming dates! Steely Dan are synonymous with an intelligent, eclectic style of music, one that fuses pop, rock, and jazz into an immediately identifiable sound. It’s a sound exemplified by classic hits like “Reelin’ in the Years,” “Rikki Don’t Lose That Number,” and “Do It Again,” and this is your chance to hear those songs and more performed by the Nightfly himself. So check back regularly for the latest schedule updates, and get your Steely Dan 2019 Tickets right away!
The latest series of 2019 Steely Dan tour performances are being hailed as triumphant and incredible. Steely Dan has been on the road, relentlessly touring in support of new material from the latest album. The excitement surrounding the concert series should come as no surprise given the millions of Steely Dan fans.
Get ready for the upcoming world tour that is going to be going all
over North America next year. If you are looking for tickets to the
Steely Dan tour 2019 then you have come to the right place. We have
seats available for every single one of their currently scheduled dates.
You can see that underneath there is a listing of every single concert
that he will be performing. You can find a show that’s nearby your area
and go ahead and pick up some tickets right now before all the seats are
Nelly Tour 2019! Cornell Iral Haynes Jr. (born 2 November 1974), better known as Nelly, is a Grammy award winning rapper, songwriter and multi-platinum recording artist from St. Louis Missouri, USA.
Originally born in Austin, Texas, Nelly moved to Missouri as a result of his parents’ separation at the age of 7. It was there that he found initial musical success, with the formation of the hip-hop group “St. Lunatics” with his high school friends in 1993.
After achieving moderate local interest with their song “Gimme
What U Got” it became apparent to Nelly and the rest of the group, that
he was the star of the group, and they encouraged him to push forward
with his solo career.
He was finally signed by Universal, despite concerns about his
geographical background not being commercially viable, as the majority
of well-liked rappers hailed from New York or California at the time.
However Nelly’s debut release Country Grammar in 2000, was
fairly successful, with the title track’s popularity helping pull the
album to the top of various charts in the US. The album established
Nelly’s personal pop-rap style, matched with his southern drawl that
made him distinctive in the genre at the time.
Two years later, Nelly released his second full-length album,
“Nellyville”, which took the rapper to superstardom. Tracks such as the
catchy “Hot In Here” and R&B collaboration jam “Dilemna” with
Destiny Child’s Kelly Rowland, established Nelly at the top of the
charts around the globe, with the album certified as six times platinum
and ranked as the fourth best selling rap album of all time.
Suddenly, Nelly and his trademark plaster were everywhere. His
third LP, a “dual” album called Sweat, Suit, was a half Rap, half
R&B album, Both albums were released simultaneously in 2004, with
the latter featuring the hit single “Over and Over” a surprise joint
track with country singer Tim McGraw. The album was yet another
commercial triumph for the rapper, cementing his place as one of the
true icons of the 2000’s.
Alongside his musical career, Nelly became known for his
business acumen, during a time when rappers could seemingly release
anything! Nelly’s ventures included, collaboration with Nike for a
limited edition sneaker, his own brand of energy drink “Pimp Juice” and a
women’s clothing range called “Apple Bottoms.” He also made a name for
himself in the acting industry, starring in comedy sports movie “The
Longest Yard” with comedians Adam Sandler and Chris Rock.
Pitbull Tour 2019: Born Armando Christian Perez but known artistically as Pitbull, this Cuban-American rap artist was born on 15 January 1981 in Miami, Florida. Singing both in English and Spanish, Pitbull’s music ranges from rap to reggaeton.
Though Perez admits he always aspired to be a rapper, growing
up he admired Latino artists Celia Cruz and Chirino and was influenced
by the Miami bass genre whilst living in Florida. There he was
introduced to hip-hop artist Lil Jon. His first recorded debut was on
Lil Jon and The East Side Boyz’s album “Kings of Crunk” released in
2002. Perez chose the musical alias “Pitbull” to represent him because
he relates to the canine’s ferocious nature and determination. “They
bite to lock” he explains.
Lil Jon and the Diaz Brothers jumpstarted Pitbull’s musical
career by producing his first full-length album “M.I.A.M.I.” in 2004,
which featured the single “Culo.” A collaboration with the Ying-Yang
Twins on the single “Shake” propelled Pitbull to commercial success. The
single jumped to No. 41 on the Hot 100. In 2005 Pitbull asserted a
leadership role in the music industry by co-founding the label Bad Boy
Latino with rapper P. Diddy.
Pitbull’s sophomore album “El Mariel” released in 2006 was met
with rave reviews. Popular singles like “Bojangles,” “Ay Chico (Lengua
Afuera),” and “Fuego” pushed the album to No. 17 on the Billboard 200.
Pitbull’s subsequent albums such as “Boatlift” in 2007 and “Rebelution”
in 2008 released hits that dominated the Hot 100. In 2011 Pitbull’s
collaboration with Ne-Yo on single “Give Me Everything” garnered a No. 1
spot on charts. Pitbull has also experienced success into the film
industry. The song “Blanco” is featured on the soundtrack of “Fast &
Furious” and “Back in Time” appeared in “Men and Black 3.”
Pitbull’s musical fusion of reggaeton, rap, crunk, and hip-hop
has garnered success both in the Latino and English-speaking
communities. He is one of the most nominated artists at the Billboard
Latino Music Awards.
Luke Bryan 2019 Tour! Luke Bryan is ready to see the sunset time and time again this summer as he’s announced his headlining Sunset Repeat Tour. The Georgia native will kick off his nearly 30-date tour in Philadelphia, PA on May 31, hitting cities in New York, Alabama, California, among others.
Taking its name from the 2018 Number One hit “Sunrise, Sunburn,
Sunset,” the trek will launch May 31st in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
with Cole Swindell, newcomer Jon Langston and DJ Rock supporting. As of
this announcement, dates are scheduled through October 12th, when Bryan
is set to play Raleigh, North Carolina. Of note, Bryan plays
back-to-back nights at the Wharf Amphitheater in Orange Beach, Alabama
on July 19th and 20th, and no Nashville performance has been announced.
These dates do overlap with the 2019 CMA Music Festival, running June
6th – 9th in Nashville, which leaves Sunday, June 9th as a possible date
for Bryan to give a Music City performance.
Get out your calendars, Luke Bryan fans: The country superstar has
officially announced his 2019 Sunset Repeat Tour, a trek that will also
feature supporting acts Cole Swindell and Jon Langston. The string of
dates is set to kick off on May 31 in Philadelphia, Pa., and will
continue through the summer, wrapping on Oct. 12.
Luke Bryan Tour Dates 2019:
May 31 — Philadelphia, Pa. @ BB&T Pavilion
June 1 — Bristol, Va. @ Jiffy Lube Live
June 2 — Charlotte, N.C. @ PNC Music Pavilion
June 6 — Hershey, Pa. @HersheyPark Stadium
June 7 — Burgettstown, Pa. @Keybank Pavilion
June 8 — Cincinnati, Ohio @Riverbend Music Center
June 13 — Phoenix, Ariz. @ Ak-Chin Pavilion
June 14 — Albuquerque, N.M. @ Isleta Amphitheater
July 11 — Saratoga Springs, N.Y. @ Saratoga Performing Arts Center
July 13 — Wantagh, N.Y. @ Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater
July 19 — Orange Beach, Ala. @ The Wharf Amphitheater
July 20 — Orange Beach, Ala. @ The Wharf Amphitheater
July 21 — Brandon, Miss. @ Brandon Amphitheater
July 25 — Birmingham, Ala. @ Oak Mountain Amphitheatre
July 26 — Atlanta, Ga. @ Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood
Aug. 17 — St. Louis, Mo. @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
Aug. 18 — Indianapolis, Ind. @ Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center
Aug. 22 — Fresno, Calif. @ Save Mart Center
Aug. 23 — Sacramento, Calif. @ Toyota Amphitheatre
Aug. 24 — Mountain View, Calif. @ Shoreline Amphitheater
Sept. 5 — Toronto, Ontario, Canada @ Budweiser Stage
Sept. 7 — Holmdel, N.J. @ PNC Bank Arts Center
Sept. 8 — Virginia Beach, Va. @ Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
Sept. 12 — Bethel, N.Y. @ Bethel Woods Center for the Artsbethel
Sept. 14 — Cleveland, Ohio @ Blossom Music Center
Oct. 12 — Raleigh, N.C. @ Coastal Credit Union Music Park