Indie rockers The Decemberists have been away for a while, but they're back and they're ready to go.
Get ready for your alt-rock fix -- Linkin Park and 30 Seconds to Mars are joining forces to bring you "The Carnivores Tour".
French indie rockers Phoenix have announced a few North American dates. They're bringing along The Strokes' Albert Hammond Jr. for some of the ride, too.
Karmin just finished its first leg. Are you ready for a second?
Two legends of the music world are getting together for a little romp around North America this summer.
Eminem and Rihanna joined forces for the hit song "The Monster". Now they are going on tour together.
Save a little room in your June calendar for some Arctic Monkey action.
The famous Tennessee music festival has announced its lineup, and it's a doozy.
This isn't a joke, but I can see how you got confused.
The Boss is coming to a city near you, if you live on the east coast.
Aziz Ansari, one of the stars on NBC's Parks and Recreation, is getting ready for a full slate of U.S. stops.
Sometimes it's all about that paycheck, son.
Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx, Mick Mars and Tommy Lee are going on one last jaunt before hanging up the spikes.
Due to popular demand, Katy Perry has added 12 new shows to "Prismatic World Tour".
John Legend has plans for this spring, and he'd like you to join him.
In addition to their stop at Coachella this April, the guys from Foster the People will be serving up other dates for their North American fans.
According to reports, Justin Bieber has been arrested after drag racing and failing a field sobriety test in Miami early Thursday morning.
Dave Matthews and Co. are gearing up for another tour, but this one should prove to have a little bit more... 'Dave' than any previous tour.
Katy Perry is bringing 'Prismatic' to an indoor venue near you.
Country singer Trace Adkins has entered an alcohol rehabilitation program.
Outkast won't stop with Coachella and Governors Ball. They've got big plans for their reunion.
Coachella is just around the corner and they've announced the lineup for their 2014 festival.
Everyone's favorite megalomaniac has added a few dates to his North American tour.
Singer/songwriter Ke$ha has checked into a rehab facility for an undisclosed eating disorder.
Justin Bieber has had enough, so he's retiring. Or maybe he's not.
Plan on counting stars this summer with OneRepublic and The Script, as they hit an amphitheatre near you.
St. Vincent has been busy this week. She's announced a release date for her fourth album (not including 2012's collaboration with David Byrne). She also released the first single off that album, "Birth in Reverse". And now, she's announced her 2014 plans for North America.
Lorde had some of the biggest hits of 2013, and now the New Zealand sensation will bring those tunes to a town near you in 2014.
LA-based indie rockers Grouplove have announced a little tour that will spread rumours throughout the U.S. in 2014.
The aging alt rockers are unplugging next year for a more intimate feel.
Prince is at it again. Get ready, East Coast.
Indie rock group Young the Giant has announced a big ol' tour for 2014. You're city might even be on the list.
A lot has been going on in the world of Vanessa Carlton recently, but the singer/songwriter says she is ready to get back on the road.
You've probably heard St. Lucia somewhere. Now you'll get a chance to hear them on their very own headlining tour.
Karmin is coming to a venue near you, so get ready for your pulse to get a little bit faster.
The Jonas Brothers are no more -- at least in band form.
Fans in Monroe, La., are seeking a refund for their tickets to an R. Kelly show. Why?
Roseland Ballroom, one of Manhattan's most beloved venues, is scheduled to close its doors after more than 95 years in business.
Pink isn't quite ready to come back from a little vocal hiatus. We've got the new dates after the jump.
Imagine Dragons have added what they are calling the "final chapter" of their North American tour in support of their 2012 release, Night Visions.
The Wanted are coming back to North America in April of 2014.
The Kings of Leon are having a great time. Problem is, no one really believes them.
A very public meltdown in Dallas in 2011 led to some acrimonious tweets, the cancellation of 26 concert dates and a bunch of negative buzz that’s persisted a surprisingly long time. Since then, band members have played dozens of shows without incident, put down roots, married a few supermodels, had children and recorded an album.
They’ve moved on, and they’re patiently waiting for their story to update.
Britney Spears is set to embark on a two-year Las Vegas residency.
Rick Ross is at it again, but this time it's going to be a little different.
Robin Thicke's gonna give it to you starting in February.
And you thought it was all over... George Strait is heading back to the road.
Jay-Z's back at it, announcing the "Magna Carter World Tour".