They’ve reemerged onto the mainstream music scene with Moves like Jagger, and now Maroon 5 is bringing the moves on the road. The band announced today the dates of their 2013 North American arena tour, which begins February 13th in Columbus, Ohio. It’s expected that Maroon 5 will feature their latest album Overexposed that was released this past June, which contained mega-hit singles “Moves Like Jagger”,
“Payphone” and “One More Night”. Canadian dates on the tour include Toronto, Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver – tickets to Maroon 5’s Overexposed tour go on sale Saturday, October 27th.
Accompanying Maroon 5 on tour will be Owl City and Neon Trees.
Maroon 5’s music has come a long way since it originally emerged onto the music scene back in 2002 with Songs About Jane and “She Will Be Loved”. For better or worse, their music has taken a turn towards more of pop sound with Overexposed. What do you think of their latest music?
For the first time in months, a Canadian UFC event is getting more publicity because of who’s on the card, rather than who isn’t. Following the debacle in Calgary and the drama surrounding Jon Jones’ last-minute move from Las Vegas to the UFC 152 card in Toronto, fans with UFC 154 tickets finally have an event worth shelling money out for from the get-go.
UFC superstar Georges St-Pierre returns to the ring at the Bell Centre on November 17th to defend his welterweight championship belt against interim champion Carlos Condit. St-Pierre has missed an entire year due to a knee injury and subsequent time spent in rehab. In contrast with the war of words that surrounded Jon Jones’ move to UFC 152 after UFC 151 was cancelled, there’s been little trash talk this time around as both fighters have opted for – at least publicly – words of respect. It’s almost a little boring, but Montreal fans will probably take a bona fide superstar on their ticket over juicy press.
The big fight is just a month away – get your tickets for the return of GSP and UFC 154 today with ShowTimeTickets.com, Canada’s leading ticket broker since 1985. We Are Never Sold Out!
British rock group Muse is following up the release of its latest album, 2nd Law with a series of North American tour dates beginning in February 2013. The group is currently already on tour in Europe, and will kick off dates on this side of the Atlantic with February 3rd concert at Edmonton’s Rexall Place. Other Canadian tour stops include Calgary, Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal.
He’s only 3 concerts in, but Justin Bieber’s already racked up his share of headaches on his latest Believe tour.
First it was JB catching a bit of Bieber Fever himself on the tour’s opening night in Glendale, Arizona, leading to an unexpected appearance by guests Milk and Spaghetti not once, but twice onstage in front of a rabid crowd. That incident lit up the Twitterverse and video of the incident is now all over YouTube.
All this press, of course, is ample publicity for Bieber’s 4-month concert tour, which kicked off earlier this week. Tickets for the tour sold out almost immediately at the box office, but it’s still possible to secure your Believe Tour tickets with ShowTimeTickets.com. The pop superstar kicks off the Canadian leg of his tour October 10th with a date in Vancouver – get your tickets today!