There’s nothing quite like being in the crowd at a hip-hop and R&B concert. And no one does this style of music quite like Sean “Puff Daddy” Coombs. The revered artist has assembled some of the finest performers of the genre for a month and a half of concerts. The group, known as Bad Boy Family Reunion, is based off Coombs’ record label, founded in 1993. With the Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour Tickets Guide you can get your seat to an upcoming show. Tickets to the next performance in Chicago, Illinois, Sept. 1, start at $35.
Bad Boy Family Reunion will hit a number of venues in the U.S. and Canada from now through Oct. 8, when the group finishes its tour in Oakland, California at Oracle Arena. Other tour highlights will be appearances in New York City, Sept. 4; Toronto, Ontario, Sept. 6; Miami, Florida, Sept. 10, 11; Dallas, Houston and San Antonio, Texas, Sept. 14, 15, 16; Washington, D.C., Sept. 22; Las Vegas, Nevada, Oct. 1; and San Diego, California, Oct. 6. No matter where you live, you’ll find a place near you to catch what promises to be an unbelievable show.
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If any group is synonymous with hard rock and loud sounds, it’s AC/DC. The renowned band has been a top concert draw since the mid-1970s. If you can’t get enough of AC/DC’s unique brand of high-energy music, you’re in luck. The group is on tour through Sept. 20. To secure your seat at an upcoming show, use the AC/DC Tour Tickets Guide. Tickets to the next performance, Aug. 30 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, start at $23.
AC/DC will hit select spots in the U.S., including visits to Atlanta, Georgia; Columbus, Ohio; Cleveland, Ohio; New York City, New York; Washington, D.C.; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The group will also make later appearances in Maryland Heights, Missouri on March 26, along with an encore in Philadelphia on April 1.
AC/DC formed in 1973 in Australia. By 1976, the band began to tour throughout Europe, gaining a massive following. The following year, the band began to make headway in the U.S., as many of their hits found their way onto American radio stations.
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Some musicians put on a concert, but some put on a show. Kanye West is one artist who delivers an energy-packed spectacle that will leaving you clamoring for more. Luckily, the celebrated singer and songwriter is on tour right now, giving you and other devoted fans an ideal chance to catch one of the legends of the hip-hop industry. If you’re hoping to get a piece of the action, use the Kanye West Saint Pablo Tour Tickets Guide and get a seat at a venue near you. Tickets to Kanye’s next show in Indianapolis, Indiana, Aug. 25, start at $83.
No matter where you live in the U.S. Kanye will make a stop close to your hometown. The music mogul will take his tour to all parts of the country and even in to parts of Canada. Some of his other notable stops will be Boston, Massachusetts, Sept. 3; New York City, New York, Sept. 5 and 6; Washington, D.C., Sept. 8; Dallas, Texas, Sept. 22; Detroit, Michigan, Sept. 28; Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 1; Chicago, Illinois, Oct. 7; and Las Vegas, Nevada, Oct. 29. These are just a handful of his many anticipated shows during this marathon tour in the next two months.
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If you love the music and performances of Demi Lovato, you’ll be thrilled to know that you’ll have no shortage of opportunities to see the pop sensation in concert. Demi is on the road through Sept. 17, hitting various locations in the U.S. and Canada. Use the Demi Lovato Tour Tickets Guide to get a seat at a venue near you. Tickets to Demi’s upcoming show Aug. 24 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada start at $48. You won’t want to miss out on the opportunity to see Demi sing her biggest hits and thrill the audience with her show-stopping entertainment.
Demi is teaming up with Nick Jonas on her current tour. The duo will head to Edmonton and Calgary, Alberta, Aug. 26 and 27. Then, on Aug. 29, they’ll stay in Canada with a stop in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Another tour stop guaranteed to generate some buzz will occur on Sept. 14 when Demi plays in front of rabid fans in her hometown of Albuquerque, New Mexico. She and Nick conclude the tour Sept. 17 in Inglewood, California.
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The NFL preseason is already underway, and every football fan know that the regular season is just a few weeks away. Excitement in the Lone Star state is boiling over, as the Dallas Cowboys are set for another year. With the Dallas Cowboys Tickets Guide, you can be a part of the crowd for every game for the 2016 campaign. You can also buy single-game tickets. The first regular season contest is Sept. 11 against division rival New York Giants. Tickets to Opening Day start at $43.
Last season, the Cowboys went 4-12, placing last in the NFC East. It was a rough year for America’s Team. Quarterback Tony Romo suffered through injuries, including a broken collarbone. The injury played a role in the Cowboys’ seven-game losing streak after winning their first two games of the season. In Romo’s absence, the Cowboys struggled offensively, never topping the 28-point mark. Romo returns this season, hoping to regain his Pro Bowl form.
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