Neil Diamond 2015 Tour News and Updates
5/5/15 - With so much music to choose from these days, it can be hard to distinguish one artist from the next. That is certainly not the case for Neil Diamond, as his unmistakable voice and impressive stage presence have charmed him to audiences for decades. While doing show after show, many musicians grow weary from doing the same thing every night, but Neil seems to thrive off of giving the audience exactly what they want—and they want the hits. Songs like “Cracklin’ Rosie,” “Sweet Caroline” and “Cherry Cherry” have never sounded so good as they do when you hear him sing them live. Purchase your tickets today for one of the remaining tour dates on his schedule. This Thursday, he will be at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC. Ticket prices start at $55.
4/28/15 - Rock legend Neil Diamond performed at a sold out Sprint Center in Kansas City on Sunday night, dazzling fans with a hit-studded show. Some 10,000 people were in attendance to catch the crooner who has been relevant since the 1960s. Diamond began with a funked up rendition of “I’m A Believer” before moving on to other hits like “Love On The Rocks” and “Brooklyn Roads.” He also played with a 13-piece ensemble of instruments and vocalists, which added extra gusto to five decades of music. Diamond clearly seemed to be enjoying himself, even stopping to give a woman in the front row a kiss on the lips during his song “Play Me.” Come see what Diamond will do next at his upcoming show on Thursday at the SaskTei Centre in Saskatoon, SK.
4/7/15 - At a show in Pittsburgh a few nights ago, Neil Diamond wooed the crowd with his baritone voice and timeless tunes. In between songs, he spoke briefly of his humble upbringing in Brooklyn and even found some home video footage to accompany “Brooklyn Roads,” which might be considered a musical autobiography. In total, he sang well over 20 songs to the sold out audience. This Sunday, April 12, he will do it all again at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, MN. If you act fast, you can snag one of the final tickets for that concert. Prices start at $118. If you live closer to the Chicago area, he will perform at the United Center on Tuesday, April 14. Get your tickets today for $93 and up.
3/13/15 - When you look at pictures or footage of Neil Diamond on stage, he seems to be having just as good a time as his audience. This was certainly the case on Tuesday night in Providence, RI as the musician put two hour set. The 74-year-old danced and played guitar as he sang many of his classic hits along with some of his newer work, including several from Melody Road, the 12-title album that he released last year. Next up for Diamond is a show on Friday in Uncasville, CT at the Mohegan Sun Arena. There are a limited number of tickets left, starting at $56. On Sunday he will be at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA. Those seats will set you back just $23 and up.
3/5/15 - In a recent interview, Neil Diamond said that when he started planning his “2015 World Tour,” he thought it might be fun to schedule one show for every year he’s been alive, and that is exactly what he has done. The 74-year old opened the event on Feb. 28 in Allentown, PA and the next day he sent out a Tweet that said, “One down, 73 to go! Let’s do this!!!” His excitement and enthusiasm for the stage only make him more likeable—if that’s even possible—and make him a fan favorite and a household name in nations across the world. On Tuesday, March 10 he will make a stop at the Dunkin’ Donuts Civic Center in Providence, RI. Ticket prices start at $65.
2/25/15 - The legendary singer behind such hits as “Sweet Caroline” and “America” responded to a growing number of Neil Diamond tribute bands last Friday following the first of several sold out shows in Allentown, PA. Diamond reportedly has mixed feelings about the tribute acts. While he loves being an inspiration for fellow and upcoming musicians, he would prefer that people reimagine his songs and lyrics in unique ways rather than copy something he did in the past. Although he can’t deny being flattered by the copycats, his advice to all musicians is to stay true to themselves and create their own music, for their own good. You can catch the real Neil Diamond live on tour across the country this year, with tickets still available to most shows right here on Razorgator.
2/18/15 - With just a week to go until Neil Diamond kicks off his 2015 tour in Allentown, PA, the musical icon recently reassured fans that his classic songs aren’t going anywhere. With last year’s release of his new album, Melody Road, some were concerned he would be too busy promoting the new material to get to classics like “I Am I Said” and “Sweet Caroline.” There’s not a chance of that happening, according to Diamond, who says he couldn’t bear the thought of leaving out his most beloved songs. Instead, he says his upcoming shows will be the biggest yet and have more songs in them than any other. Don’t miss your chance to see Neil Diamond perform his biggest sets to date when it all kicks off next Friday.
2/11/15 - With just two short weeks to go until Neil Diamond kicks off his highly anticipated 2015 world tour at the PPL Center in Allentown, PA, fans in Buffalo, NY and other cities will now have their chance to see the living legend live in concert as well. Diamond just announced a new stop on his tour, which will take place on March 31 at Buffalo’s First Niagra Center. The “Sweet Caroline” singer is also expanding his tour to make stops in: Uncasville, CT on March 28, Kansas City, MO on April 26, Las Vegas, NV on May 17, and Los Angeles on May 23. Tickets are selling quickly but are still available in limited quantities for most shows on the tour, with prices varying by date.
2/6/15 - As “Sweet Caroline” rocker Neil Diamond prepares to embark on the North American leg of his world tour, he also recently gave fans in New Zealand something to look forward to. Diamond announced he would add a second show in Auckland at the Vector Arena on Wednesday, October 21. The new show will take place two days after his opening performance in Auckland and is one of ten shows scheduled in New Zealand and Australia. No matter where in the world you are, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to see a living legend perform live. Diamond’s world tour will kick off later this month in Allentown, PA at the PPL center. Limited quantities of tickets are still available on Razorgator, with prices varying at each location.
1/27/15 - Iconic rocker Neil Diamond celebrated his 74th birthday on Saturday, January 24, just weeks before he prepares to take the stage for his 2015 global tour. He originally found fame writing for the Monkees, composing the well-known classic hit, “I’m A Believer.” Diamond ultimately catapulted to success as a solo artist in the 1960s, with unforgettable songs like “Sweet Caroline” and “America.” His global tour kicks off in Allentown, PA at the PPL Center on Friday, February 27. Although Diamond’s tour was cited as one of the most expensive of the year, tickets can still be found well below the average for many shows through Razorgator. Don’t miss the rare opportunity to see a living legend and a performance by the third biggest-selling artist in the world!
1/23/15 - Legendary rocker Neil Diamond is set to take the stage for his worldwide tour this year, having just completed an extensive tour in Europe at the end of 2014. His tour is set to be one of the most expensive ones of the year, with tickets averaging around $260. Fortunately, there are several tickets still available on Razorgator for well under the national average. While fans can expect to hear generations-old classics like Sweet Caroline and Forever in Blue Jeans, they will also get to enjoy newer music like lead single Something Blue from his new album Melody Road. The album is Diamond’s first new material in six years. Neil Diamond’s North American leg of the tour will kick off on February 27 in Allentown, Pennsylvania and wrap up on May 31 in Denver, Colorado.
1/15/15 - In a recent interview, Neil Diamond explained what it is he loves so much about performing live. He called being on the stage “fearsome and scary and joyful and delicious, all at the same time.” The music icon relishes being on stage and sharing his music with fans all over the world. After releasing 32 albums that feature 40 number one hits, he is once again taking his art to the stage. His most recent record, Memory Road, is full of the classic Diamond sound that you have grown to love, but isn’t a mere repeat of previous work. Allentown, PA will have two chances to see him perform live before he travels to Canada in early March. Tickets for the Feb. 27 and March 1 performances are still for sale on Razorgator.
1/8/15 - To say it’s a treat to see Neil Diamond perform live would be an understatement. The singer is 73 years old, but is keeping up with a touring schedule that would test someone less than half his age. He will embark on a tour at the end of February, beginning with a North American leg that will conclude on May 31 in Denver, Colorado. After just a two-week break, he will head for Europe, and will be there through the end of July. He will undoubtedly perform many of his classic hits and songs from his most recent album, Memory Road, which has been called something that he “has got to be proud of” by Rolling Stone Magazine. The critics also complimented his voice, calling it “remarkable.” Purchase your tickets today to see this music legend perform live.
1/1/15 - Listening to Neil Diamond as he sings, you might never guess that he attended New York University on a fencing scholarship and with a plan to become a laboratory scientist. As a senior in college he was offered $50 a week to write songs for a publishing company, which launched his career in music. Forty years later, Diamond’s songs are more beloved than ever. Fans will have the pleasure to see him perform them live, as he will embark on a worldwide tour that will begin on Feb. 27, 2015 in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Tickets are on sale now for as little as $80, a bargain price to see such an icon. The announcement of the tour follows the release of Memory Road, Diamond’s latest studio album.
12/25/14 - Although he rose to fame five decades ago, Neil Diamond is still performing concerts to screaming fans across the country. Diamond writes music, sings, and plays guitar. His talent and clean image have kept him in people’s hearts and on the radio for years and years. His music speaks about love, and his shows are family-friendly and highly enjoyable. Tickets for his World Tour in 2015 make great gifts for the holiday season. You can see Neil Diamond in Allentown, Pennsylvania on February 27 before he heads north to Canada. He will then spend March 2015 touring the east coast of the United States. By April, he will be entertaining the crowds in Austin, Texas. Tickets range in price, so get your great seats as soon as possible.
12/17/14 - Regarded as "the world's best-selling artist of all time," Neil Diamond has experienced the kind of music industry success that protégés aspire to achieve. With a career spanning five decades and counting, Neil Diamond has sold over 125 million records worldwide and has received a plethora of awards and accolades. "Melody Road," Diamond's 32nd album, debuted at number three on the Billboard charts and was praised by critics for retaining its deep, rich orchestra sound and rustic quality from his previous two albums. Neil Diamond fans can catch him live in or near their cities when he goes on tour in 2015. His concerts will start in the U.S. from February until the end of May. Diamond will then wrap up his tour in Europe performing throughout June and July. All scheduled dates and additional information are available on the artist's web site.
12/12/14 - Neil Diamond fans are anxiously awaiting the start of the new year so that they can see the musical legend in person as he begins his “Melody Road” tour, with his first performance in Allentown, Pennsylvania on Friday, February 27th. After more than 50 years stunning audiences with his catchy tunes and heartfelt songwriting, “Forever in Blue Jeans” crooner Diamond is still as in demand as ever. Fans are sure to be treated to a bevy of his famous hits such as “Brooklyn Roads,” “Kentucky Woman,” and “Nothing but a Heartache” as he tours the US next year. Less than one hundred tickets are still available for his first performance, and as this is Diamond’s first extensive tour in over two years, they’re sure to be in high demand. Get your tickets today, with prices starting as low as $85 per seat.
12/4/14 - Neil Diamond confirmed Tuesday that he will be taking the long road next summer, when he heads Down Under as part of his “Melody Road” tour. The “Sweet Caroline” crooner will visit seven arenas and wineries across Australia and New Zealand beginning Oct. 19. Diamond has plenty of stops in the U.S. first. He kicks off his tour in Allentown, Pennsylvania on Feb. 27. He’ll make a couple of stops in Canada before returning to tour various cities in the Northeast. There are still some good seats available for the Allentown show, where ticket prices start at $185. Diamond will be keeping busy with three shows a week. His itinerary is flexible enough to include more shows if there is enough audience demand for them.
11/25/14 - Neil Diamond recently released his first studio album in six years, titled Melody Road. It has received rave reviews from Rolling Stone magazine and other critics. Featuring Diamond’s iconic voice and songwriting, fans young and old will be delighted with the record. With his upcoming tour that will put him in some 30 cities across the United States and Canada, admirers will have a chance to see him perform hits like “Sweet Caroline,” “Song Sung Blue,” and “Brooklyn Roads.” The tour begins February 27th in Pennsylvania and ends May 31st in Denver, Colorado. Tickets for shows start at around $80 and are available for purchase now. With a legendary career that has spanned over five decades, you don’t want to miss this chance to see this great singer and songwriter live.
11/18/14 - Neil Diamond says he is a little nervous about starting a new concert tour, wondering if he still has the chops. It has been over six years since he released an album, after all. He may have a little more confidence now, thanks to a call from a fellow legend. He tweeted this week that Bob Dylan rang him up to talk about Diamond’s new album, “Melody Road.” “If any record connects with me, this one does,” Dylan reportedly said. Sounding as giddy as a kid Diamond tweeted, “Wow…How cool is that?” Diamond kicks off a whirlwind tour in February, where he’ll perform songs from his new album in venues across the U.S., Canada and England. Tickets are now on sale, with prices in the U.S. starting at $72.
11/12/14 - With his heartfelt lyrics, genuine voice, and enduring melodic hits, Neil Diamond is an American music legend. Promoting his latest record, “Melody Road,” Diamond will hit cities across the nation on his 30-day tour in 2015. His 32nd album is full of fresh songs such as “The Art of Love” and “Nothing But a Heartache,” which exhibit the characteristic soulfulness of Diamond while still being contemporary. You’re sure to hear classic tunes like “Cracklin’ Rosie” and “You Don’t Bring Me Flowers” added into the mix of his new music as well. Extra tour stops and shows have already been added in order to meet popular demand for this Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member. Tickets are in high demand to see the singer-songwriter in person, so grab your ticket to his first show in Allentown, PA on February 27th now.
11/6/14 - Fans of Neil Diamond were delighted to hear that he would be touring the country in 2015 when he released his 32nd album, “Melody Road.” The singer-songwriter has been stealing audience’s hearts for decades and continues to sell out shows year after year, proving that he has true staying power and a dedication to the craft. The 30-day Neil Diamond tour kicks off in February with stops all across America, giving fans from every generation the opportunity to see him perform top hits such as “Cherry, Cherry” and “Sweet Caroline.” The first show of the tour is in Allentown, Pennsylvania on February 27. Tickets for that show and the rest of the shows on the tour are still available, with prices starting at $64.
10/31/14 - Neil Diamond released his 32nd album, Melody Road, on October 21st and announced that he'll tour in 2015. The 30-date Neil Diamond tour opens in Allentown, PA on February 27th and features stops in Austin 4/19, Boston 3/23, Brooklyn 3/26, Chicago 4/14, Dallas 5/28, Denver 5/31, Indianapolis 4/17, Los Angeles 5/19, Milwaukee 4/9, Philadelphia 3/15, San Diego 5/15, San Jose 5/12, Seattle 5/10 and Washington DC 4/4. Cheap Neil Diamond tickets start at $64 and average $262.