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Tom Jones, Bryan Adams, Sting and Blondie for very first Plymouth Summer Sessions

Tom Jones, Bryan Adams, Madness and Sting have been announced as headliners for the inaugural Plymouth Summer Sessions festival 2024.Gabrielle, Cassyette, The Lightning Seeds and Blondie will also perform as support at the shows between June 13-16 at The Plymouth Hoe.Tickets are set to go on sale Friday (December 1) at 9am GMT, and you can buy your tickets here.A post shared by Sir Tom Jones (@realsirtomjones)Jones will kick off the first-ever Plymouth Summer Sessions on Thursday, June 13 with support from Gabrielle. Adams will then take to the stage on Friday, 14 June alongside special guest Cassyette.Madness are set to headline Saturday, June 15, joined by The Lightning Seeds, and Sting will close out the debut Plymouth Summer Sessions with special guest Blondie.“We are thrilled to bring together an extraordinary lineup of legendary artists for the first-ever Plymouth Summer Sessions,” said Peter Taylor, co-founder of festival partner Cuffe & Taylor in a press statement.“We can’t wait to enliven the spectacular location that is The Hoe, with the magic of world-class music.

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Bryan Adams announces ‘So Happy It Hurts’ tour with Euythmics. Get tickets
Bryan Adams returns to the road for the second leg of his ‘So Happy It Hurts Tour’ with The Eurythmics’ Dave Stewart on select dates from January through March.Toward the end of the run, the 64-year-old Canadian rocker will swing into Newark, NJ’s Prudential Center on Saturday, March 16.At all shows, fans can expect a career retrospective from Adams’ storied catalog as well as an introduction to his Grammy-nominated 2022 album “So Happy It Hurts” that shares a name with the tour.And if you want tickets to rock out with your “first real six string” alongside Adams next year, you can snag your tickets as soon as today.Although inventory isn’t available on Ticketmaster until Friday, Nov. 17, fans who want to ensure they have tickets ahead of time can purchase on sites like Vivid Seats before tickets are officially on sale.Vivid Seats is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.They have a 100% buyer guarantee that states your transaction will be safe and secure and will be delivered before the event.A complete calendar including all 29 North American tour dates, venues and links to buy tickets can be found here:Adams has been touring all year long.Most recently, he’s played a handful of shows in Cape Town, South Africa.
What do tickets cost for the very ‘80s Darker Waves Festival?
Huntington Beach, CA’s Huntington Beach Pier for the ultimate trip down memory lane aka the 2023 Darker Waves Festival.Just a few of the big-name headliners set to perform include New Order, Tears For Fears, The B-52s, Echo and The Bunnymen and Devo.They’ll be joined by Soft Cell, The Psychedelic Furs, The Human League, Violent Femmes and Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark.That’s not all though.Over 20 (!) other major throwback acts will take the stage at the one-day extravaganza.And if you want to grab single-day passes, it isn’t too late.At the time of publication, general admission tickets start at $225 before fees on Vivid Seats.General Admission Plus and VIP passes are available as well.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.All three ticket types — GA, GA plus and VIP — for the one-day festival can be scooped up right here.As noted above, over 30 acts are performing at this year’s Darker Waves.To make sure you’re up to date on who’s going to be in Huntington Beach, you can check out the complete bill right here.Wondering who’s playing when?You can start mapping out your nostalgia-tinged day right here.Who else is on the road from the Reagan era?We’re glad you asked.Here are just five of our favorite ’80s icons you won’t want to miss live in the near future:• Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band• Madonna• Journey• Bryan Adams• New Kids On The BlockLooking for more options? Check out our list of the 107 biggest ’80s stars on tour in 2023 here.
How much are last-minute Stagecoach Music Festival tickets?
Stagecoach Music Festival will land at Indio’s Empire Polo Field from Friday and bring along some of the biggest names in country music to party all weekend long.Just a few of the major acts lined up for the three-day weekend include superstars Luke Bryan, Kane Brown, Chris Stapleton, Jon Pardi and Brooks and Dunn.Plus, Old Dominion, Gabby Barrett, Riley Green, Parker McCollum and Tyler Childers will be there too.To top it all off, a few novelty non-country acts are set to appear as well.This year’s counter programming has ZZ Top, Melissa Etheridge, Nelly, Diplo and Bryan Adams ready to go for fans looking to mix things up.Now, that’s a lineup.And we didn’t even mention Guy Fieri’s Stagecoach Smokehouse “celebrating regional BBQ favorites from across the country.”Need last-minute tickets?At the time of publication, the cheapest three-day general admission passes we could find was $513 before fees on Vivid Seats.If that’s still too steep a price for you, we have a solution.For fans that want to go but need a bit more time to accumulate capital, you can make four interest-free payments via Klarna on Vivid Seats.Looking for more information before committing?Keep reading — we’ve got everything you need to know and more.Want to see every act playing Stagecoach and what days they’re performing?Check out the festival’s official lineup below for a closer picture of who to expect on which day.A post shared by Stagecoach (@stagecoach)The New York Post’s senior music festival expert P.J.
107 biggest ‘80s concerts in 2023: Get tickets for Madonna, Guns N Roses
Madonna, Guns N’ Roses, Duran Duran, B-52s, Bruce Springsteen and many, many more.In fact, over 100 more.You wouldn’t believe it but A Flock of Seagulls, Rick Springfield, Slick Rick, Kenny G and Billy Idol are all performing live over the next few months as well.With that being said, it doesn’t matter if singling along to “Like A Virgin,” “Welcome to the Jungle” or “Born In The U.S.A.” sends you back — we’ve got ‘something for everyone.Below, you’ll find a comprehensive list of 107 rock, pop, hard rock, alternative rock, new wave, R&B, hip-hop, jazz, folk, country, punk and Latin concert options to choose from.Plus, if you scroll to the bottom we have the ultimate ’80s-tastic festival.So, if you want to re-live your Gen X glory days or catch your favorite group live for the first time, here’s who you have to see and everything you need to know about each and every tour from opening acts to tour dates to how to get tickets.Now, fire up the time machine (and grab your shoulder pads, leg warmers, and gold lamé leotards while you’re at it) — we’re going back to the ’80s.Runs March 2 through Dec. 10(co-headlining w/ Stevie Nicks on select dates as part of ‘Two Icons, One Night’ Tour)Runs March 10 through Nov. 10(co-headlining w/ Billy Joel on select dates as part of ‘Two Icons, One Night’ Tour)Runs March 10 through Nov. 10Runs April 16 through May 8Featuring Toto on select datesRuns March 1 through May 19Runs March 1 through April 8Runs March 1 through June 24Featuring John MayerRuns May 4 through July 16Runs April 27 through June 30Featuring Loverboy on select datesRuns March 24 through Sept. 30Runs March 30 through Sept. 3Featuring Iggy Pop, The Strokes, St. Vincent, Mars Volta, The Roots and moreRuns March 29 through July