Average Ticket Prices
Theresa Caputo $68.98      Neon Trees $23.77      "Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival" $31.47      Tedeschi Trucks Band $53.23      ThePianoGuys $49.27      Citizen Cope $38.91      Mannheim Steamroller $56.76      Tech N9ne $28.74      The English Beat $27.25      Aaron Pritchett $35.59      Sarah McLachlan $65.37      Boston $49.08      Papadosio $20.47      "DigiTour" $25.51      Get The Led Out - The American Led Zeppelin $29.24      Brantley Gilbert $32.91      Dierks Bentley $36.63      Ray LaMontagne $48.17      Johnnyswim $19.94      Widespread Panic $47.30      Alison Krauss + Union Station feat. Jerry Douglas $57.69      Bassnectar $42.56      Dirty Heads $28.80      SoMo $24.03      Bridget Everett $32.42      Chevelle $28.82      "So You Think You Can Dance" $55.04      Death From Above 1979 $30.56      Cherub $17.27      Lecrae $28.36      Twiddle $15.74      One Direction $84.06      St. Paul And The Broken Bones $19.90      Bruno Mars $81.73      Luke Bryan $48.59      The Gaslight Anthem $29.99      Black Veil Brides $25.49      Foreigner $40.76      Casting Crowns $29.28      Phish $54.93      Jerry Seinfeld $85.76      Augustana $19.20      John Fogerty $59.54      Jeff Dunham $71.17      Little Big Town $40.99      Blue Man Group $58.18      The Black Keys $59.44      "American Idol Live" $47.53      Keys N Krates $19.69      The Chris Robinson Brotherhood $22.94      
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Featured Music Festivals

Swamp Thing And Crawfish Festival
Austin, TX 4/25
Ventura County Blues Festival
Moorpark, CA 4/25
Welcome To Rockville
Jacksonville, FL 4/25 - 4/26
Monster Energy Fort Rock
Fort Myers, FL 4/25
Monsters Of Rock (Brazil)
Sao Paulo, Brazil 4/25 - 4/26
Groovin The Moo (Oakbank)
Oakbank, Australia 4/25
Hit The Deck Festival (Bristol)
Bristol, United Kingdom 4/25
Summer Meltdown (Santa Clarita)
Santa Clarita, CA 4/25
Hit The Deck Festival (Nottingham)
Nottingham, United Kingdom 4/26
Groovin The Moo (Bunbury)
Bunbury, Australia 4/26
Reggae On The Hill
Barbados, Barbados 4/26
Kingsday Festival
Amsterdam, Netherlands 4/27
West Palm Beach, FL 4/29 - 5/3
Cheltenham Jazz Festival
Cheltenham, United Kingdom 4/29 - 5/4
Karmoygeddon Metal Festival
Kopervik, Norway 4/30 - 5/2
Dortmund, Germany 4/30
Movin' On Festival
State College, PA 5/1
Bayou Rendezvous
New Orleans, LA 5/1
Beale Street Music Festival
Memphis, TN 5/1 - 5/3
Groezrock Festival
Meerhout, Belgium 5/1 - 5/2
M3 Rock Festival
Columbia, MD 5/1 - 5/2
Queen Of The Prairie
Guthrie, OK 5/1 - 5/2
Midwest Rock Fest
Springfield, IL 5/2
Carolina Rebellion
Concord, NC 5/2 - 5/3
Lone Star Jam
Austin, TX 5/2 - 5/3
Desert Daze Festival
Mecca, CA 5/2
Groovin The Moo (Bendigo)
Bendigo, Australia 5/2
IHeartRadio Country Festival
Austin, TX 5/2
Impericon Festival (Leipzig)
Leipzig, Germany 5/2
Parklife Festival (Capetown)
Cape Town, South Africa 5/2

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  • Apr 21
    Charli XCX & Bleachers Join Forces

    Watch out, America. Charli XCX and Bleachers are teaming up for a co-bill dubbed “Charli and Jack Do America.” Jack, of course, is Jack Antonoff, the frontman for fun. and his side project, Bleachers. more

    05:30 PM, Tuesday | | |  

  • Apr 21
    • Weezer

      NCAA March Madness Music Festival, Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn At White River State Park, Indianapolis, Ind.
      April 3, 2015

      (Joey Foley)


  • Apr 21
    Dawes Announces ‘All Your Favorite Bands’ Dates

    Dawes has a packed summer coming up with festival appearances, gigs with Hozier, Gentlemen Of The Road Stopover shows and a whole bunch of new headline dates. The tour begins June 2 in the band’s hometown of Los Angeles. more

    04:45 PM, Tuesday | |  

  • Apr 21
    Graham Nash’s Solo Summer

    Graham Nash announces an extensive solo headlining run taking place in between Crosby, Stills & Nash tour legs.  Beginning in July at British Columbia’s Vancouver Island MusicFest, stops include Seattle, Boise, Indianapolis, St. Louis and Wichita with select shows going on sale this week. more

    04:01 PM, Tuesday | |  

  • Apr 21
    Smashing Pumpkins Go Acoustic

    Since forming nearly 30 years ago, one thing The Smashing Pumpkins has never done is an acoustic tour – until now. Billy Corgan & Co. will unplug in June on an outing billed as “The Smashing Pumpkins: In Plainsong – An Acoustic-Electro Evening.” more

    03:08 PM, Tuesday | | |  

  • Apr 21
    • Reba

      ATM Presents: Superstar Duets, Globe Life Park, Arlington, TX
      April 17, 2015

      (Chris Pizzello / Invision / AP)


  • Apr 21
    Quebec Is For Metallica Fans

    Metallica will give Quebec City some extra love come September when the legendary metal band plays two completely different shows using two different staging configurations in two separate venues.  If you’re a Metallica fan, you’re going to Quebec.  It’s what you do. more

    02:01 PM, Tuesday | |  

  • Apr 21
    A ‘Pilgrimage’ To Tennessee

    The newest festival on the block is a two-day extravaganza set in Franklin, Tenn., featuring Willie Nelson, The Decemberists, Sheryl Crow, Weezer, Jimmy Cliff and many, many others.  Read all about the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival after the jump. more

    01:01 PM, Tuesday | |  

  • Apr 21
    Strong Initial Response To AC/DC Downunder

    AC/DC’s upcoming homecoming to Australia met with overwhelming support when tickets went on sale April 20.  more

    12:01 PM, Tuesday | |  

  • Apr 21
    • Rihanna

      NCAA March Madness Music Festival, Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn At White River State Park, Indianapolis, Ind.
      April 4, 2015

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  • Apr 21
    Ed Sheeran Headed To Stadiums In Australia

    After wrapping up an Australia/New Zealand tour earlier this month, Ed Sheeran has already planned a trip back Down Under. Instead of playing arenas, the English singer/songwriter is moving on up to stadiums. more

    11:07 AM, Tuesday | |  

  • Apr 21
    Mötley Crüe Adds Dates To Final Tour

    Mötley Crüe has a few more places to visit before the band says farewell. In response to “overwhelming fan demand,” the guys have added more than 20 North American dates to its final tour – “All Bad Things Must Come To An End.” more

    10:11 AM, Tuesday | |  

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