Following a hugely successful run in Western Canada, the queen of daytime television will be making a visit to Eastern Canada this spring.
Oprah Winfrey announced yesterday that she will be bringing her arena speaking tour to Ottawa, Montreal and Hamilton this April. Fans of the talk show icon will get to spend An Evening with Oprah on the following dates: April 10, 2013 – Ottawa, Scotiabank Place
April 11, 2013 – Montreal, Bell Centre
April 13, 2013 – Hamilton, Copps Coliseum
Tickets to Oprah’s previous three shows in Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton sold out almost immediately as fans flocked to see their idol deliver her inspiring message live on stage. Riding the momentum of glowing reviews, tickets to her new Eastern dates are expected to go just as quickly. Public onsales for the April shows take place February 28.
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Following lots of speculation the past few weeks, the announcement came late Thursday on Jay-Z’s website confirming 12 cities whose stadiums will host the Legends of Summer tour. The tour begins July 17 at Toronto’s Rogers Centre and ends in Miami’s Sun Life Stadium on August 16. The only other Canadian city on the tour is Vancouver, where fans will get to see the two music superstars at BC Place on July 31.
The tour’s announcement follows weeks of hype, news that the duo will headline London’s Wireless Festival, and the release of the single track “Suit & Tie”. Justin Timberlake’s first album in six years, The 20/20 Experience, is expected in stores on March 19.
Presales for the tour begin today at noon local time, and the general onsale is scheduled for February 28. They are expected to be a hot commodity, but you can buy your Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake tickets with ShowTimeTickets.com, where We Are Never Sold Out and can guarantee you access to any show, anywhere! Continue reading →
The prayers of music fans in Western Canada have been answered. Legendary Canadian rock band and future Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Rush have added additional dates to their Clockwork Angels tour, which now includes summer stops in Vancouver and Calgary. Rush fans – and there are certainly many of them – initially decried the band’s omission of Western Canada for their first run of the tour last fall.
The new dates include July 24 in Calgary, followed by a July 26 appearance in Vancouver. Tickets go on sale February 22, but fans can buy Rush tickets in advance with ShowTimeTickets.com.
Fresh off her much talked-about halftime show at the Super Bowl, Beyonce Knowles is going back on tour in a big way. The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour will take the singer through Europe and 22 North American cities in 2013, beginning April 15 in Belgrade, Serbia. The North American stretch of the tour begins June 28th at the Staples Center in Los Angeles; dates for Latin America, Australia and Asia are still forthcoming.
It’s been three years since her last tour, and this tour marks the first big foray back into the public spotlight – Super Bowl notwithstanding – since Beyonce gave birth to her and husband Jay-Z’s first daughter.
For the full list of concert dates, you can check out this Pollstar article – Canadian dates include a Toronto concert for July 21 at the Air Canada Centre, and a Montreal date July 22 at the Bell Centre. Fans in Western Canada are out of luck for the time being, as no Vancouver or Calgary dates have been announced (yet).
Shuffle over, Tim McGraw – the Dixie Chicks are coming to town.
The best-selling female music group of all time will headline the summer concert lineup if the 2013 Calgary Stampede. Their performance is the latest big-name announcement in the annual Stampede’s Virgin Mobile concert series, as the Chicks join fellow country music superstar Tim McGraw on the card. The Dixie Chicks will be delighting crowds at the Scotiabank Saddledome on July 12, 2013.
The group has taken a break from performing for the past five years since releasing their last album Taking the Long way back in 2006 and running afoul with some U.S. country music stations after making critical remarks during the Iraq War. While the ensuing controversy and hiatus has dimmed their star somewhat, the Dixie Chicks are expected to be a hot ticket come July 12.
Presales for the Calgary concert are set to begin Tuesday morning, with the general onsale scheduled for Saturday February 9th. After their long hiatus, tickets for the Dixie Chicks are expected to be in high demand and will likely sell out quickly.