John Legend 2014 All of Me Tour
7/11/14 - John Legend just dropped a powerful new video to accompany his heartstring-tugging tune, “You & I (Nobody in the World).” As customary for the master of soul, the video celebrates female beauty of all kinds; but after getting your fill of the clip, make sure to score John Legend tickets and let the crooner serenade you in person! Hear his emotive vocals and empowering lyrics live during his next concert on schedule: pay a $110 minimum 7/17 at San Manuel Casino in California. If you want to secure cheap John Legend tickets, then buy them when the “All of Me” Tour hits Texas! Legend's Cedar Park concert on 7/22 starts at $33 to get-in, while his Houston show on 7/23 starts at $45. John Legend tickets in Florida jump back up to the higher get-in prices: shell out $107 to get into St. Augustine Amphitheatre on 7/25, and pay $81 to get into Mizner Park Amphitheatre in Boca Raton (7/27).
6/4/14 - Bummed that you missed "An Evening With" John Legend this year? Not to worry, this pianist-singer is extending his "All of Me" Tour through summer! As soon as his intimate-venue shows wrap up this June, he'll embark on a brand new second leg starting mid-July. John Legend tickets are available from July 17 in Highland, Cedar Park, Boca Raton, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Brooklyn, Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas and more, before wrapping up Aug 26 in Morrison, CO. It's your second chance to see this legendary act live, so don't wait—buy your John Legend tickets today!
2/3/14 - In one month, talented singer-pianist, John Legend, will be gracing a theater near you on his intimate “All of Me” tour. Legend will be toting a string quartet on this not-to-miss tour that is specifically tailored for every acoustic setting on schedule—not to mention, the theaters will offer an unrivaled view of the artist who always sells out much larger venues. Tickets for Legend’s “All of Me” tour went on sale this past weekend, and because of the intimacy offered, seats are coveted and prices are running high. The R&B crooner will kick off his 46-date journey at The Bushnell in Hartford 3/15 ($298 min.), and hit the likes of Cadillac Palace in Chicago ($77 min.) and Bardavon Opera House in NYC ($258 min.), before concluding at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia 6/6 ($284 min.). Lucky SoCal fans will be among the first to see Legend perform, with visits to Temecula at Pechanga Casino ($137 min.), Indio at Fantasy Springs Resort ($260 min.), San Diego at Balboa Theater ($156 min.) and Los Angeles at Walt Disney Concert Hall ($128 min). John Legend 2014 tickets offer a one-of-a-kind experience, treat yourself to some today!
John Legend 2013 Made To Love Tour
After completing a 50-date tour with Sade in 2011, John Legend began working on his forthcoming album ‘Love in the Future’ due out September 3. New John Legend music was finally released in March of 2013 with the R&B singer’s first single “Who Do We Think We Are” featuring Rick Ross. ‘Love in the Future’ succeeds his collaborative studio album with The Roots Wake Up! And solo album ‘Evolver’ that included “Green Light”, Legend’s highest-charting single since “Ordinary People”.
To promote his latest album, John Legend announced a tour titled Made To Love Tour with opening act Tamar Braxton. The former member of The Braxtons is currently co-hosting a talk show called “The Real” with Adrienne Bailon, Jeannie Mai, Loni Love, and Tamera Mowry-Housley. Like John Legend, Braxton is set to release an album in September. Titled ‘Love and Way’, the album is Tamar’s second.
The 26-City tour will open in Mashantucket, CT at the MGM Grand at Foxwoods October 20 and conclude in Los Angeles at the Nokia Theatre at LA Live December 1. Legend will perform in almost every major market in the States including Boston, Washington DC, New York (twice), Atlanta, Miami, Salt Lake City, Seattle (twice), and Las Vegas. Made To Love Tour tickets are averaging $176. A majority of John Legend tickets went on sale this week.
The nine-time Grammy Award winner will be a married man when he begins the trek through North America after a scheduled September wedding to Chrissy Teigen. ABC’s singing competition Duets that John Legend had judged with Kelly Clarkson (also touring), Robin Thicke, and Jennifer Nettles, was not renewed for a second season.