WEDNESDAY // AUGUST 22, 2017
An oldie but a goodie. From returning 90s alternative rock bands to historical music icons, these are the shows you won't want to miss!
10/7 - 12/12
The North American tour kicks off on October 7 at Cal Jam Fest in San Bernardino, CA, alongside over 19 bands including Queens of the Stone Age, Cage the Elephant and more. After Cal Jam, Foo Fighters will play at 26 venues until December 2017. Dave Grohl cut his self-proclaimed one-year hiatus six months early to write the band’s ninth album, Concrete and Gold, set to release September 2017.
10/14 - 12/19
Evanescence is back and better than ever with their new album, Synthesis, and a three-month tour featuring a full-blown orchestra this fall. The band’s first album since 2011 includes both new tracks and re-recorded tracks such as “Bring Me to Life”. The tour begins October 14 in Las Vegas and ends December 19 in Portland.
10/27 - 11/29
The Used is hitting the road with Glassjaw with tour dates from October 27 through November 29. The Utah-based, post-hardcore rock band released their first album in 2002, parted ways in 2015, and reformed last year for their 2016 tour to celebrate their 15-year anniversary.
9/30 - 10/27
The Eagles announced more tour dates this upcoming Fall that will take place from September 30 through October 27. The short, six-show tour includes new additional members Vince Gill and Deacon Frey, son of Eagles founder and guitarist Glenn Frey who passed away early 2016.
Guns N’ Roses
9/3 - 11/29
The band has been touring nonstop since the reunion of Slash and Duff McKagan in 2016, and have had no problem selling out venues across the country. July marked the 30th anniversary of the Guns N’ Roses first album ever, Appetite for Destruction, as well as when the band announced additional tour dates in the U.S.
10/11/17 - 3/2/18
After selling out much of his 2017 Australian tour, Elton John will perform several shows in Las Vegas at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace this fall through early 2018. The 31-platinum solo artist returns to perform following an illness that resulted in multiple show cancellations earlier this year.