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Van Halen Tour News and Updates
9/18/15 - The month of September is already halfway over and that means that fans only have eight more opportunities to catch hard rockers Van Halen live in concert. Their 2015 tour is winding down and will come to close on Sunday, October 4 with the final concert at Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, CA. Eddie and the rest of the guys are playing practically every other night until then, so you still have some time to catch these legendary rockers in person. Their next show takes places this coming Monday, September 21 at Austin360 Amphitheater in Austin, TX. Tickets are available in large quantities and can currently be purchased for as little as $34. Don’t miss Van Halen live before their tour ends early next month!
9/11/15 - David Lee Roth and the rest of the Van Halen hard rockers put on an epic performance in Detroit, MI at the DTE Energy Music Theatre last weekend. Guitarist Eddie, for whom the band is named, put on a thrilling pyrotechnic show while shredding the band’s greatest hits. Lead singer Roth was on point, relying on his usual showmanship and antics throughout the night. After several decades in business, however, Roth’s voice was noticeably shaky. The band has been touring extensively this year, so it’s not surprising that Roth’s voice seemed to be just barely holding on. Don’t worry, though, because he’s not slowing down until October. Catch Van Halen live at their next show this Friday, September 11, at PNC Music Pavilion in Charlotte, NC.
9/4/15 - Hard rock fans are known for being a bit rowdy at concerts, but even bands like Van Halen have limits when audience members get out of control. Lead singer David Lee Roth stopped in the middle of a performance of “Dirty Movies” when one guy threw a beer on stage. He responded with a great comeback and made an obscene gesture as the other members of the band laughed before they launched right back into the song. While the rest of the night went uninterrupted, it was still a great show full of all the antics you would expect from a Van Halen show. The tour continues this weekend with a show on Friday (Sept. 4) in Clarkston, Michigan, at the DTE Energy Music Theatre and on Sunday (Sept. 6) at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel, New York.
8/28/15 - Lead singer David Lee Roth proved he’s still tough as nails this Tuesday at Darien Lake. Although Van Halen had canceled one of their prior shows in Pennsylvania due to Roth’s illness, he managed to rally for the Buffalo, NY stop on Tuesday. Roth did this despite doctor’s orders, which recommended that he nix the show and let his body and voice rest for a bit. Although he reported that the stomach flu was still bothering him on Tuesday night, Roth and the rest of the guys went on to perform a stellar concert in front of a sold out crowd. Hopefully the singer has recovered, because there is no rest for the weary scheduled amid Van Halen’s 2015 tour. Their next show is tonight at the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, NJ.
8/21/15 - Have you ever performed a wicked air drum or air guitar solo to the tunes of Van Halen? Well, you’re not alone, and now you no longer have to play in the air! That’s right, the epic video game, Rock Band 4, has gained the rights to use some of the band’s hit songs, meaning that you can soon be listening to yourself singing and playing along to the likes of “Panama.” While the game won’t be released until October, fans of Van Halen will be happy to know that the band’s summer tour continues this weekend. On Sunday, Aug. 23, they will play a show at Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey, Pennsylvania. We have tickets for sale now, and with prices starting at just $34, this is not a show you want to miss!
8/14/15 - When you have been playing music together as long as these guys have, you are bound to build up a bit of a reputation over the years. For David Lee Roth, Eddie and Alex Van Halen, that reputation usually includes feuding and butting heads. Fans who came to last night’s show at the Nikon Theater at Jones Beach may have been expecting to notice tension between the lead singer and famed guitarist, but saw no such thing. In fact, Eddie and David Lee surprised the audience by appearing on stage spinning with linked arms and then offering each other a handshake before starting the show. They proved that although they might not see eye to eye, they do agree on one thing: rock ‘n’ roll.
7/31/15 - Iconic hard rockers Van Halen stopped by Bangor, ME to play two hours of hits at the Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion on Thursday night. The sold out crowd went wild with every beloved classic they played, and even kept the energy going for the debut of a few new songs as well. Legendary brothers Eddie and Alex, for whom the band is named, still know how to wail on the guitar and drums respectively. Lead singer David Lee Roth proved his voice is still going strong as he sang hits like “Runnin’ With the Devil,” “Hot for Teacher,” “Panama,” and “Dance the Night Away.” Even a few rogue rainstorms couldn’t keep the crowd from enjoying the night. Don’t miss the guys’ next show in Mansfield, MA this Saturday.
7/24/15 - Continuing their 2015 North American tour, Van Halen rocked the Cricket Wireless Amphitheater in Bonner Springs on Wednesday night, rolling out a series of classics for fans in attendance. Front man David Lee Roth busted out his trademark ensembles and stage moves, exciting concertgoers who enjoyed a laundry list of favorites from throughout the band’s storied history. Opening with “Light Up the Sky” and closing with favorites “Panama” and “Jump,” Van Halen started strong and didn’t let up throughout the evening. Listeners were also treated to hits including “Hot for Teacher”, “Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love”, and the classic “Runnin’ With the Devil”. The legendary rock outfit will continue this weekend in Maryland Heights, Missouri before taking to Burgettstown, Pennsylvania on Tuesday 7/28. Get your tickets for First Niagara Pavilion starting at $29!
7/17/15 - Turning back the clock, Van Halen treated a raucous San Bernardino crowd to quite a show on Saturday night. Led by David Lee Roth on vocals, the classic hard rock outfit treated concertgoers to hits including “Hot for Teacher”, “Panama”, and the ever-popular “Jump”, the lone encore performance. Roth did not disappoint, bringing his trademark energy and eclectic stage wardrobe to display in full force. Eddie delivered the virtuoso performance fans have come to expect from the guitar-rock legend; brothers Alex and Wolfgang delivered on drums and bass, respectively. The band will remain in California for a 7/16 show in Mountain View followed by a Saturday night performance in Salt Lake City, Utah. Get your tickets for Saturday night at the USANA Amphitheatre starting at just $21!
7/10/15 - Van Halen's summer tour kicked off in Seattle on July 5. The band delighted fans by playing some rarely played songs from their catalog, including the show's opener "Light up the Sky." This was last played live in 1980. They also performed two songs live, "Drop Dead Legs" and "Dirty Moves" for the first time ever. Another rarely performed song included in the set was "In a Simple Rhyme," which was last performed in 1978. Prior to the performance, Wolf Van Halen tweeted that he felt it was the best setlist made, and would have something for everyone. Fans around the country will get their chance to enjoy this setlist during their tour. They next play on July 9 in Concord, CA, with tickets still available starting at $18.
5/6/15 - If you are tuning in to the Billboard Music Awards on May 17, you may be surprised at one of the live acts you see. Van Halen is scheduled to perform for the event, and this is extra special because it will be their first time performing on an awards show, a shocking fact considering the band’s commercial success and notoriety in the heavy metal industry. Their performance will be broadcast live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena on ABC, so be sure to tune in! If seeing them on your TV set isn’t enough for you, their upcoming tour is just a few months away! They will be in Devore, California at the San Manuel Amphitheatre on Saturday, July 11. We have your lawn seats for that show starting at $53.
5/1/15 - Eddie, Wolfgang, and the rest of the Van Halen crew are currently in rehearsals to gear up for their highly anticipated summer tour. While the guys are staying relatively quiet on what fans can expect at their shows, they recently hinted that they might unleash a few rare cuts on tour. In fact, bassist Wolfgang was caught asking fans via Twitter, “Which ‘deep cuts’ or ‘b-sides’ would you like to hear...?” Based on other social media posts, fans can already expect to hear “Dirty Movies,” “In A Simple Rhyme,” and “Drop Dead Legs,” all of which are lesser-known fan favorites. Come see what Eddie and the rest of the gang has in store when they kick things off Auburn, WA at the White River Amphitheater on July 5.
4/24/15 - Although their new album Tokyo Dome Live in Concert has been met with mixed reviews, Eddie Van Halen doesn’t regret making the record. He recently sat down to discuss the new album, saying that the band came to the realization that they had never done a live album with new singer David Lee Roth. He says it only made sense to create one, especially given that they had already released fresh material with new band member Wolfgang. Although some fans are divided in opinion on the new lead vocalist, most agree that the new album is still a beautiful tribute to the Eddie Van Halen’s prowess on the guitar. Come see these legends live in concert when they kick things off in Auburn, WA on July 5.
4/17/15 - While the iconic rockers behind the group known as Van Halen typically shy away from the media, they’ve been grabbing some serious attention lately. Not only did the group perform on both Jimmy Kimmel Live and The Ellen DeGeneres Show last week, guitarist Eddie even sat down to do an interview with The Washington Times. The group has also been busy promoting their new live album, Tokyo Dome Live in Concert, which has been met with some criticism largely from former band member Sammy Hagar. David Lee Roth and the rest of the guys aren’t letting any of that slow them down, however, as they prepare to embark on an intensive world tour that kicks off on July 5 in Auburn, WA at the White River Amphitheater.
4/8/15 - Van Halen is celebrating the release of a new album, titled Tokyo Dome Live In Concert, which is the first live record that features David Lee Roth, the original vocalist for the group. Making appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live and Ellen this past week, they are working to promote the work and an accompanying North American tour, which will begin in July. Despite criticisms from former (and somewhat disgruntled) front man Sammy Hagar, the band stands firmly behind Roth and his infamous vocals. With 38 scheduled shows this time around, you have plenty of chances to rock hard with Van Halen. Tickets for the July 7 concert at the Ampitheater Northwest in Ridgefield, WA will set you back just $43 when you purchase them from us.
4/1/15 - Still going strong over 40 years after their original formation, legendary rock group Van Halen will be kicking off a North American tour this summer in Seattle, Washington at the White River Amphitheater. Each show will feature special guest Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band, with the tour concluding in October at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, California. Front man David Lee Roth will assume lead vocal duties throughout, backed by Eddie, Alex, and Wolfgang Van Halen, as the band performs a range of favorites pulled from their dozen studio albums. Opening night is July 5, and a small handful of tickets are still available for the event starting at just $49! Seats are going fast for all 39 shows of the tour, so secure yours today!