Three very funny acts are on the road together again in 2011. Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall, and Larry the Cable Guy will be making their way to cities all over North America beginning in January.
The tour kicks off at Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, AB on January 13th, and closes out in Saint Paul, MN on November 18th.
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Country music’s Alan Jackson will be bringing his Freight Train Tour to Canada in February. The tour begins in Sudbury, ON on February 1st, and ends in Dawson Creek, BC on March 31st.
Jackson is touring in support of his newest studio album, Freight Train, which hit the shelves last spring. Jackson’s best-of album, 34 Number Ones, which includes a cover of Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire,” was released in November.
Longtime rockers, Bob Weir and Phil Lesh of Furthur will not only be playing two nights in San Francisco this weekend, but also dates all over the U.S. through spring.
The 2011 tour dates kick off Feb 11th with three nights at the Broomfield Event Center in Broomfield, CO. Highlights of the tour include a five night stand at Best Buy Theater and three nights at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The final show is April 6th at Mizner Park Amphitheater in Boca Raton, FL.
Hip-hop artist, Lauryn Hill has had a somewhat elusive decade, since topping the charts back in 1998. Recently though, the songstress thrilled fans with the announcement of nearly twenty tour dates set for this winter.
The tour kicked off earlier this month, and will continue through March. Hill will play shows in both Toronto and Montreal, as well as twelve U.S. cities.
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Country music’s Reba McEntire and Lee Ann Womack will be joining George Strait on the road for another round of dates together in 2011.
Each successful in their own right, these three performers received rave reviews from fans and critics alike when they teamed up for eleven shows this past fall. Fans who missed the popular lineup the first time Continue reading
Heavy metal band, Motorhead, is celebrating their 35th anniversary with a North American tour in 2011.
The tour kicks off at the House of Blues in Anaheim, CA on January 25th. The band will play six Canadian cities, as well as twenty U.S. cities before closing out in Los Angeles, CA on March 11th.
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If you were unable to catch James Taylor touring with Carole King this past summer, the folk singer has announced plans to tour with another very special guest in 2011, his son, Ben Taylor.
The tour will kick off on February 26th at the Brady Theater in Tulsa, OK, with shows booked through July 4th.
Taylor’s official website calls the events “a series of intimate and unforgettable performances across the U.S.”
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Stand-up comedian, Jeff Dunham, began his tour of North America back in the fall, but has plenty of winter dates still in store for Canada and the U.S as the Identity Crisis tour continues through May.
The ventriloquist and his sidekicks have taken the comedic world by storm, selling out major venues all over North America. Along with Dunham’s unprecedented touring success, “The Jeff Dunham Show,” which premiered on Comedy Central in 2009, was Continue reading
Fans will have new opportunities to see Sarah McLachlan live this winter, as the artist has added nearly twenty new dates to her Sarah and Friends tour.
McLachlan will be touring in support of her newest release, Laws of Illusion. She will be joined on stage by fellow musicians, Butterfly Boucher and Melissa McClelland.
The buzz surrounds the 2011 Heritage Classic, whose return to Canada this winter has NHL fans eager to take part. Tickets went on sale last Friday for the upcoming outdoor event, set for February 20 at Calgary’s McMahon Stadium.
The Montreal Canadiens will face the Calgary Flames in the first game played in Canada since the Heritage Classic’s debut back in 2003. More than thirty thousand fans are expected to turn up for the highly anticipated event.
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