We're coming in hot this week, kicking off with an oldie-but-goodie: Dancing Astronaut's Electric Zoo 2013, mixed by EEKO. Next, we're dropping some Pegboard Nerds, a powerful new ZEDS DEAD collab with Greta Svabo Bech, followed by a 12th Planet remix of Dirtyphonics.
The ConcertTickets.com Team ventured down to Chattahoochee Hills, GA for the most magical of all music festivals, TomorrowWorld 2013.
Imported all the way from Belgium, TomorrowWorld made its American debut on September 27th, lasting only a few days until the 29th, but forever leaving lasting memories in the minds of the music-lovers who united and took part in the madness.
Kicking off this week is the UK's Sohn with Lessons, a gentle and melodic yet beat-filled track to bring you right into the mix. Bassnecatar, Feed Me and CHVRCHES follow with some added energy and bass. Then we slow it waaaay down with Mr. DUB's take on Feverkin's Of The Wrist, only to bring it right back up with Mad Decent's Smalltown DJs Mix from this year's Mad Decent Block Party.
On November 30th, our favorite hip-hop star, Jay Z, will kick-off his North American leg of the what is sure to be incredible Magna Carter World Tour, in St. Paul, Minnesota.
After a busy summer - spent partially on stage with the bringin' sexxxy back Justin Timberlake - Jay Z will embark on a 34-date trek in support of his latest album, Magna Carta Holy Grail.
This week, we're starting you off with a little Royal Human Beings by Cosby Sweater Music, followed by two from Monstercat - TwoThirds' Universal, and Rameses B's Full Force, both full of exotic beats and sexy flows.
After that, we'll speed it up for a bit, hitting you with one of our favorites: a remix of Metric's Collect Call by Adventure Club. To it, we add a little Seven Lions and a Kill Paris remix, then wrap up with an A-Trak remix of Phoenix's Trying To Be Cool.
This week's Ten Track Tuesday kicks off with First State's Crossroads 161 mix, an hour-long mix with tracks from Madeon, Fedde Le Grand and Marcus Schossow, just to name a few.
You'll keep on dancing with The Bloody Beetroots' Out Of Sight feat. Paul McCartney & Youth, Dillon Francis' Without You, and a killer collaboration with Skrillex, 12th Planet and Kill The Noise called Right On Time (Alex Young Remix).
Talk about a lot of LOVE to go around!
Singer and reality T.V. star Tamar Braxton will hit the road this fall, joining John Legend on his "Made to Love" tour.
As always, we're blending it up with fast beats and slow rhythms. This week's installment includes a Rudimental remix from Kasiorama, an Aatlas remix from Lovejet, and the latest Superheroes edition from our favorite Polish DJ Tom Swoon.
Last night, L.A. had Bieber Fever.
Boy, did they have it...and will continue to have again tonight...baaaaad.
That's right, my friends. Leave it to teenage heart-throb Justin Bieber to turn our town completely upside-down, and send not just Beliebers into a frenzy, but downtown commuters into one, as well.
This week's Ten Track Tuesday is a special edition, coming straight from the stages of the most recent Electric Daisy Carnival festivals in Chicago and New York.
We've found over 40 live sets on SoundCloud so far, and will continue to keep adding to the list as more pop up.
Leave it to country superstars Rascal Flatts to bring something fun and fresh to their tour: tailgating.
Kicking off on May 31st in Wantagh, NY, the "Live & Loud" tour will offer tailgating events in each U.S. market on their road trip. Before the show, concertgoers will be able to hang out in the Farmers Fan Zone, an area featuring a customized Rascal Flatts off-road vehicle, basketball shootout, ladder golf and other games.
Singer-songwriter James Blake has announced the tour dates for his fall 2013 North American tour, set to kick-off on October 22 in Los Angeles.
In just over a month, Blake will perform 24 concerts, 22 of which are in the U.S. The remaining two will be in Canada. Stops along the way include San Diego, Dallas, New Orleans, Washington, Boston, and New York, just to name a few.
Memorial Day is right around the corner. If you plan to throw down, you'll need to prepare. Not just the food, the music, too!
We're coming at you with another ten track installment. This week, we've thrown in a little freestyle, a little bass & drums, even some nu disco, and paired them with a few mixes recently dropped by some hot newcomers like Alix Perez and Tom Swoon. It's sure to keep you upbeat and on your toes, dancing through the work week.
Bring on the newbies, please!
Like most music enthusiasts in kind, hearing the same "party anthems" each and every weekend while out on the town really grinds our gears. We prefer to practice the repeat-free, "Oooh, what's THIS?!" kind of lifestyle, which is why we are adamant about helping the cause and trying our best to make sure everyone else follows suit.
That's why this week, we're focusing on one word: new.
It certainly is a beautiful day for Michael Buble fans everywhere! The Canadian born singer and songwriter will soon embark on a world tour that will extend throughout the rest of the year. Buble will play in London and Dublin before then flying back to North America. In early September, he will play at Chicago’s United Center.
With the end of April comes the start of May, which means we've already begun channeling our best Will Smith and have busted out our favorite 1991 track, Summertime.
On that note, we've stacked this week's Ten Track Tuesday with both the freshness you expect as well as a pleasant blend of up-and-down tunes, to keep you on your toes but also relaxed and level-headed, during the hectic work week.
The Monkees will return to the stage this summer and grace long-time fans on a 24-date American tour. The tour, appropriately titled "A Midsummer's Night With The Monkees," will kick-off on July 15th in Port Chester, New York.
Fresh (and still a little grimey) from weekend one of Coachella, this week's Ten Track Tuesday includes all of the live-sets we've been able to round-up so far. We'll continue to update and add to the list as more become available.
It doesn't get much fresher than this. Kicking it off, we have Adventure Club's latest mix, Superheroes Anonymous Vol. 1, which just dropped last night on ThisSongIsSick.com. From there, we'll keep it mostly upbeat, with a few slow-downs featuring MGMT and Jayme Dee, to balance it out, and bring you back down to earth.
If only for a moment, that is.
Just call it JB2013. Along with the drop of their new single, “Poms Poms" on March 2, the Jonas Brothers divulged their plans to hit the road on tour this summer, their first in three years. Besides melting the hearts of fans every where, the announcement comes at the peak of summer concert season, adding to their increasing popularity and teenage take-over.
We're back again. Here comes our fourth week of Ten Track Tuesday, this time with a set that not only gets you dancing, but also incorporates the harmonious, enchanting voices of Active Child, Rogue Wave and Alys Williams, just to name a few.
Dads, hide your daughters: Chicago-born and bred punk pop band Fall Out Boy is back and ready to start stealing the hearts of teenage girls, all over again. The band, led by vocalist/guitarist Patrick Stump and bassist Pete Wentz, will take to the road starting in May on its "Save Rock and Roll" U.S. Fall Arena Tour.
Sir Paul McCartney has announced the date and location of his first confirmed U.S. date for his upcoming “Out There” World Tour: Boston's Fenway Park. Back by popular demand, for one night only on July 9, the legendary McCartney will return to the famous ballpark, his first time back since August of 2009, when his shows set the record for the highest ever two-day concert attendance in the history of the ballpark.
New Zealand-born and Australia-raised country star Keith Urban has added more dates to the first leg, and released the second leg dates, of his upcoming Light The Fuse Tour. Scheduled to kick-off on July 18th in Cincinnati, Ohio, the first-year American Idol judge will hit venues across the U.S. until December, when he'll wrap up in Louisville, KY. Some of the newly added cities include Austin, Albuquerque, Denver, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Kansas City, and Toledo.
Earlier this month, we learned that rapper Lil Wayne had been hospitalized for seizures. Now, just days after being released, we learn that not only is the rapper recovering, he’s getting ready to hit the road this summer, too.
We've got round three of our weekly Ten Track Tuesday installment. This week, we kick it off with a nice hour-long dance mix, then transition right into some future funk. We travel through some progressive house, dubstep and trap, then slow it down with some Indie Pop out of London. From there, we speed it back up and go out with an hour-long, magical mix that is sure to have you grooving.
Earlier this month, Daft Punk sent fans into a tizzy with the airing of a cryptic commercial during "Saturday Night Live." Since then, the world has been waiting to hear what's up next for this French techno duo.
Fitting enough, the news seemed to break just as weekend number two of Ultra Music Festival wrapped up in Miami.
After an extended 3-year vocal hiatus triggered by throat issues, #MAYERISBACK, announcing today that he will travel on tour to North America and South America this summer. The singer-songwriter couldn’t be more excited, and thankful, considering at one point, he was told he might never sing again.
It's time for dose number two of Ten Track Tuesday. Our goal is to always mix it up, and this week, we're really delivering. You'll get a steady mix of upbeat tunes in a unique fashion. First, some funk and future pop. Then a bit of trance. A hint of house. And then a little indie folk, to finish it off.
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For all of our Swedish House Mafia fans out there, here's a fancy bit done by the Eastside Deejays. Running right around 1 hour and 13 minutes, this tribute combines both new and nostalgic tracks from our favorite Swedes.
Introducing ConcertTickets.com's Ten Track Tuesday, a weekly selection of 10 of the freshest tracks that we're listening to right now. You know, the ones we've got looped to play throughout the day and tend to cause us to reach 'volume max' on our earphones. We're pretty passionate about music over here, so there's never a lack of new tunes being shared around the CT Headquarters. And now, we look forward to sharing them with you, too.
The English electronic music band Depeche Mode will visit the U.S. during the North American leg of its Delta Machine world tour. The first show over here will be in Detroit on August 22; the last in Phoenix on October 8.
If the song ‘1979’ means anything to you, then you're in luck: frontman Billy Corgan and Chicago-natives the Smashing Pumpkins will hit the road this spring, kicking off their tour on April 29th, in Melbourne, Florida.
The rumor mill is abuzz, this time with news that Prince will tour the U.S. this year. Over in the UK, we’re hearing that Prince will perform at this year’s Glastonbury Festival, the country’s biggest music event. He had been rumored to headline it in 2011, however it was ultimately Beyonce who scored the main stage.
No ticket? No problem. That is, if you happen to live in, nearby or are willing to travel to one of the cities of the newest tour stops just added to Kenny Chesney’s ‘No Shoes Nation’ Tour.
Millennials, rejoice. Grab your 90’s gear and nostalgia out of the closet. New Kids on the Block has announced what’s on tap for this summer, and we couldn’t be more delighted about it. It’s boy-band heavenly.
Leave it to the tantalizing JT to throw fans into a frenzy on Twitter!
Building on the momentum and success of 2012, rock-folk supergroup Crosby, Stills and Nash (or CSN, for short) has decided to tour again in 2013
On Tuesday, Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen announced the Canadian dates for his “Old Ideas World Tour” across North America.
What a better way to celebrate your birthday than by dropping a fresh new track. That’s exactly what English rocker David Bowie did to celebrate his big 66.
Talk about an announcement to end the year! Justin Bieber will start up his “Believe” Tour again on June 22, 2013, at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, California.
What’s on tap for 2013? Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, The Who, Carrie Underwood, Bon Jovi, Eric Clapton, Mumford & Sons, One Direction, Rihanna, Pink, Maroon 5, No Doubt, and the Rolling Stones
Get ready to get rocked. All-american rock icon Jon Bon Jovi has announced the first set of U.S. dates for his band’s upcoming monumental tour, “BON JOVI Because We Can -- The Tour
One of the world’s guitar legends, Eric Clapton, recently announced a 2013 15-city U.S. tour that will culminate in New York City with his fourth Crossroads Guitar Festival.
A gentle, Bon Iver-like lull with hints of trance is how we describe Iceland’s rising ambient/post-rock band, Sigur Rós. The band and frontman Jónsi Birgisson, who have been active since 1994, are known for their ethereal wave sound, aka a darker, goth sound.
Close your eyes, for a moment, and imagine this: It’s New Years Eve, in New York City. You’re inside Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. You’re dancing the night away, encompassed by the words of two very different performers, each with two very different sounds...
Ladies, get ready to melt! R&B sensation Trey Songz is hitting the U.S. during his Chapter V World Tour, which kicks off on November 16 in Estero, Florida.
If you haven't heard of the 80's - meets Indie - meets a pinch of EDM Capital Cities sound, you will soon. On Halloween night, the CT team got Hallo-weird with LA’s own Capital Cities, down at American Junkie, in Hermosa Beach.
Leave it to Ms. Underwood to shock and awe her fans again-- she’s added another 40 shows in 2013 to her critically acclaimed “Blown Away Tour.”
Grammy-winning artist Taylor Swift will kick-off her “Red” tour on March 13, 2013 in Omaha, Nebraska. Of her fourth studio album’s sixteen songs, the 22-year old
As ConcertTickets.com, we love to experience the entire music scene and check out more than just concerts. We’re fans of art in all forms, and this past weekend, the CT team took the party to Burning Man Decompression in Los Angeles.
With the recent release of her 36th album, Release Me, a compilation of unreleased songs spanning the nearly 50 years of her sublime career, Streisand has decided to go on tour for the fifth time since 1966.
The word “legendary” is often overused when describing today’s musicians, but when it comes to The Rolling Stones, the description is more than justified.
It’s pretty rare to go to a show and be totally blown away by the opening act, but that’s what happened last Thursday night when we saw AWOLNATION perform at Club Nokia in Los Angeles.
R. Kelly’s amazing voice and ever expanding ability to stay relevant have made him one of the most successful performers in the history of popular music. With his 11th studio album, Write Me Back, released earlier this summer, Kelly plans to hit the road with the Single Ladies Tour.
What goes better with today’s announcement that The Black Keys are releasing a six-song EP of music they recorded live in the studio in December 2011? Try this-- presenting the first ConcertTickets.com Ultimate Fan Experience: The Black Keys.
Two of the greatest hip hop icons of all time, Nas and Lauryn Hill will continue to wow fans in person over the next two months. Their exclusive tour, "Life is Good/Black Rage" takes first stage at the Palladium Ballroom in Dallas, TX on October 29, 2012.
This article details popular hip hop artist Lupe Fiasco's fourth studio album, Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album Pt. 1.
This article details Wiz Khalifa's announcement of The 2050 Tour, to follow the release of O.N.I.F.C. The release date of the popular hip hop artist's next album remains unknown.
This article details first impressions from G.O.O.D. Music's much anticipated collaboration album, Cruel Summer. Contributers to the album include Kanye West, Big Sean, Pusha T, John Legend, Common, Kid Cudi, Raekwon, Jay-Z, and Ghostface Killah.
Photos and captions from the red carpet at the wrap party for will.i.am's new solo album, Willpower.
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