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The Rolling Stones – with a little help from AARP – will play 16 cities across the United States and Canada in a new spring-summer 2024 tour, with stops including L.A.’s SoFi Stadium and New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium outside New York City.
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The inexhaustible band includes the longtime members Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ron Wood. Original drummer Charlies Watts died in 2021, and bassist Bill Wyman retired from the group in 1993. The new album, however, includes the song “Live By The Sword,” which includes contributions from both Watts and Wyman.
Tickets for the tour go on sale Dec. 1.
The Rolling Stones 2024 North American tour dates are:
Sunday, April 28, 2024 NRG Stadium Houston, TX Thursday, May 2, 2024 Jazz Fest New Orleans, LA Tuesday, May 7, 2024 State Farm Stadium Glendale, AZ Saturday, May 11, 2024 Allegiant Stadium Las Vegas, NV Wednesday, May 15, 2024 Lumen Field Seattle, WA Thursday, May 23, 2024 MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, NJ Thursday, May 30, 2024 Gillette Stadium Foxboro, MA Monday, June 3, 2024 Camping World Stadium Orlando, FL Friday, June 7, 2024 Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta, GA Tuesday, June 11, 2024 Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia, PA Saturday, June 15, 2024 Cleveland Browns Stadium Cleveland, OH Thursday, June 20, 2024 Empower Field at Mile High Denver, CO Thursday, June 27, 2024 Soldier Field Chicago, IL Friday, July 5, 2024 BC Place Vancouver, BC Wednesday, July 10, 2024 SoFi Stadium Los Angeles, CA Wednesday, July 17, 2024 Levi’s Stadium Santa Clara, CA
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I'm a Swiftie Dad who traded a family summer vacation to take my kids across the country to an Eras Tour concert. It was worth every penny.
- We had already been to one Taylor Swift concert, but we wanted to try for a better experience.
- We decided to give up a typical summer family vacation and travel to LA instead for a show.
- We still had to plan carefully to keep the costs as low as we could.
Behind many young Swifties is a dad who had no idea what he was getting himself into.
Don't tell my friends, but I am apparently now a full-fledged Swiftie Dad, to the point that I have the quintessential fan friendship bracelet with my favorite song — "The Lakes." Additionally, I decided the family needed to forgo our usual summer family vacation and travel from Texas to Los Angeles for our second Taylor Swift "The Eras Tour" concert.
You read that correctly — we had already been to one show.
The first show was great, but we knew it could have been better
We were one of the lucky ones who could afford tickets and spent seemingly all day on Ticketmaster before finally securing seats to one of the shows in Houston.
The seats were OK. About mid-level, to the side of the stage. Swift came over and waved once, but, to be honest, we watched most of the concert on one of the video screens.
It was all still a win for the family. We got there early and got all the right swag — I'm talking about the twin iconic blue Eras Tour crew necks — and Taylor Swift sang live to us for several hours.
It was great.
Still, as an avid concert-goer, I knew the experience could have been better for my diehard Swiftie daughters, aged 12 and 13, and I knew opportunities to see your favorite artists live don't come around often.
As we approached the summer, my better half and I started to plan what we would do over the summer break. We kept bringing up the usual haunts — Disney World, the beach, and New York City. Maybe even overseas to Ireland or Puerto Rico.
But we had a better idea: What if we took the girls to LA for one of the final Eras Tour shows at SoFi Stadium?
We needed to plan carefully
This is where things got tricky.
We didn't have tickets and prefer budgeting for a vacation ahead of time. I knew the tickets were commanding steep prices on the secondary market, sometimes thousands of dollars each, even for seats only slightly better than we had in Houston.
As a veteran of the secondary market , I knew the prices might get better the closer we were to the show, but that would require committing to flights, hotels, and LA in general before knowing for sure we would get into the concert. I also didn't want to get the girls' hopes up before I knew we had tickets in hand.
One component helping our situation was that, after being stuck at home for two years during the pandemic, we saved up a lot of airline miles and hotel points. This made me feel better about how much we might spend on tickets.
Then I went to work. I checked all the secondary ticket sites several times a day, hoping to get lucky.
About three weeks in, it happened. Checking late at night, I found somebody who had posted tickets for $1,500 each, 15 rows from the stage!
It was just two seats, but as an avid reader of Business Insider, I knew the average price for a ticket to "The Eras Tour" on the secondary market was about $3,800. Some even regretted splurging on good seats .
The last time we went to Disney World and stayed at one of its resorts, we spent about $6,500 for five days at the parks for our family of four. And that was before any merchandise the girls just had to have.
This was undoubtedly a first-world problem, but it felt like I had just struck gold.
This solved the biggest obstacle — the girls were going to see Taylor Swift again, and this time, they would be within shouting distance of the Queen herself.
As for the wife and I, we decided to wait until the day of the show and snag whatever "cheap" tickets we could find. We would be in the same building and having been to one show already, it felt safe.
It turned out better than we could have hoped
Did the girls regret going to a second Taylor Swift show versus going somewhere they had not been before? To quote Clare, our youngest, "No!"
"It was so much fun," Clare told me. "I love looking back at photos and videos. It was really fun."
When the girls reflect on their two concert experiences, it is night and day. The second one will always be foremost in their memories.
"We were a lot closer to the stage, really close to her, so that was pretty cool," Hannah, our oldest, said. "It felt like we were more a part of the show the second time. The first show, we were more looking at the screen, as opposed to Taylor, but we got to actually watch Taylor a lot more in the second show."
Clare also noted that being on the floor was a much better experience for trading friendship bracelets, as it was easier to walk around.
The girls also described the surprise songs at the second show as "winning the lottery." In Houston, they heard "Cold as You" and "Begin Again." In LA, they got "Dress" and "Exile." Hannah described the latter pair as "fan favorites," and Clare noted they are her favorite songs on their respective albums, "Reputation" and "Folklore."
Does this Swiftie Dad have any regrets? Not a chance, and others have told similar stories .
Winning points with daughters at this age is difficult, but we did. At least until the next time I embarrass them in front of their friends. If I do that too often, I will need Swift to schedule another tour .
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Iowa's Hailey Whitters set to open on country singer Jason Aldean's 2024 tour
Posted: November 29, 2023 | Last updated: November 29, 2023
Iowa native Hailey Whitters is opening for country star Jason Aldean.
Whitters, who hails from Shueyville, will open for the country crooner on his 2024 Highway Desperado tour. The rising country star presented at the CMA Awards in early November and was nominated for Best New Artist.
Whitters last performed to a home-state crowd during her own 2023 tour at Wooly's in Des Moines' Historic East Village in April.
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Aldean himself has connections to Iowa. He performed on the final day of the 2023 Iowa State Fair , where he shouted out his touring guitarist Kurt Allison. Allison is originally from the south side of Des Moines.
Allison was one of four co-writers who penned "Try That In A Small Town," Aldean's controversial country single that drew heat from critics over the summer for its political themes.
Whitters will perform at around a dozen dates through the summer and fall.
Tickets will go on sale on Friday, Dec. 1. There are no dates in Iowa at the original time of publication.
Aldean's closest performance is in East Troy, Wisconsin outside of Madison in August, but Whitters is not expected to perform at that show.
Jay Stahl is an entertainment reporter at The Des Moines Register. Follow him on Instagram or reach out at [email protected] .
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The tour was announced on the group's official Twitter account on January 13, 2017. 
On April 12, Australian group Sheppard, confirmed they would be a supporting act for the tour. On April 13, Ella Eyre confirmed she would also be a supporting act for the tour.
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Pink 2024 tour: Pre-sale, tickets, and full list of dates
The 'trouble' pop icon will play eight dates across the uk in summer 2024.
Pink – the pop star with staying power – has announced a new 2024 summer tour across the UK and Europe.
The “Just Like a Pill” star has announced 16 dates on her UK and European tour, with eight of these taking place in the UK.
Named the Summer Carnival tour, the first leg kicked off in summer 2023 with a headline appearance at British Summer Time in June. Now fans can look forward to a whole host of new dates in 2024.
The pop icon will be joined by support acts The Script, Gayle and KidCutUp.
Pink has described her live shows as “group therapy scream sessions”. Speaking to i earlier this year, she said her aim when she tours is “to feel as many different kinds of emotions as we can feel together.
“Life is messy and f**king beautiful. If the world’s f**king ending, and you’re an asshole, and I’m asshole, then let’s dance,” she said.
When and where is Pink playing on her 2024 tour?
The second leg of Pink’s Summer Carnival tour begins in Cardiff on 11 June, 2024 and closes in Stockholm, Sweden on 25 July.
- 11 June – Cardiff, Principality Stadium
- 15 June – London, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
- 16 June – London, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
- 24 June – Liverpool, Anfield Stadium
- 25 June – Liverpool, Anfield Stadium
- 28 June – Glasgow, Hampden Park
- 29 June – Glasgow, Hampden Park
- 20 June – Dublin, Aviva Stadium
- 3 July – Bern, Wankdorf Stadium
- 6 July – Copenhagen, Parken Stadium
- 10 July – Amsterdam, Johan Cruijff ArenA
- 14 July – Brussels, King Baudouin Stadium
- 17 July – Leipzig, Red Bull Arena
- 19 July – Stuttgart, MHP Arena
- 21 July – Mönchengladbach, Borussia-Park
- 25 July – Stockholm, Friends Arena
How can I get tickets to see Pink in 2024?
General sale tickets for Pink’s 2024 tour go on sale at 10am on Thursday 30 November.
Presale tickets are available from Tuesday 28 November at 10am.
In order to be in with a chance of securing a presale ticket, fans must register with Ticketmaster beforehand.
Pink: 'I’ve been through a lot of s*** and pain, and I wanted to scream it out'
Registration is open until 11.59pm on Thursday 23 November – click here for more details.
Fans should get a confirmation email within 24 hours and will find out whether they have been selected to buy tickets or put on a waitlist on Monday 27 November.
A select number of lucky fans will then receive a unique code that gives them access to presale ticket purchasing.
Season ticket holders at the football stadiums hosting Pink may also be eligible for priority booking – check with your provider.
What has Pink said about the 2024 tour?
The 44-year-old said she was excited to mark the start of her 2024 tour in Cardiff as the Principality Stadium marks its 25th birthday.
“Starting the tour in Cardiff is going to be so fun,” she said.
“It’s been way too long since I’ve been in Wales and to celebrate the 25th anniversary of this amazing venue is going to make it even more special.
“See you there, love bugs,” she added.
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Madness announce huge UK outdoor tour for Summer 2024
It comes following the release of their latest album ‘Theatre Of The Absurd Presents C’est La Vie’
Madness have announced a huge run of outdoor UK performances, set to kick off in summer 2024. Find ticket details below.
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Announced this morning (November 27), the new run of shows will see Suggs and Co. play multiple stops across the UK in celebration of their new album ‘Theatre Of The Absurd Presents C’est La Vie’ , which arrived earlier this month.
The huge 2024 tour consists of 19 dates across the country, kicking off with a stop at the Summer Series in Margate on June 14. It continues over the next two days with appearances at the Summer Sessions in Plymouth and Southampton.
From there, Madness will perform at outdoor venues in Newcastle, Lincoln, Edinburgh and more throughout the remainder of June and July, before wrapping up the final leg of dates in August.
These final three shows consist of a show at Audley End in Essex, a gig at the Custom House Square in Belfast and a final slot at Galway Airport in Ireland on August 10.
Tickets go on sale this Friday (December 1) and will be available here . Check out a full list of tour dates in the poster below.
Madness’s new LP marks their 13th studio album, and arrived seven years after the release of their last record – 2016’s ‘Can’t Touch Us Now’. The band teased the release with singles ‘Baby Burglar’ and ‘C’Est La Vie’ , as well as an intimate show at the Koko venue in London.
The announcement of the 2024 tour also comes in light of the album going on to top the UK charts. “Would you Adam and Eve it?! It only took us 40 years to get there but we’ve just gone and ruddy scored our first no 1 album with Theatre Of The Absurd Presents C’est La Vie and we thought, what better way to celebrate than to announce a summer tour,” said the band. “There are still a few tickets left for some of the Christmas leg if you can’t wait until then though.”
The run of Summer 2024 shows also follows on from a previously-announced run of tour dates set to kick off later this week.
These consist of a stop at P&J Live in Aberdeen on Thursday (November 30) and continue throughout December with shows in Glasgow, Newcastle, Liverpool, Manchester and more. The dates also include a sold-out stop at The O2 Arena in London, taking place on December 15. Find any remaining tickets for the 2023 tour here .
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All of Little Mix's spectacular tours over the last decade🎤
They love performing live!
Little Mix are one of the most successful girl groups of all time - having brought out six albums in their 10-year career , as well a greatest hits album 'Between Us'. Perrie Edwards , Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall absolutely love performing live - and we love going to see them!
After announcing their ' Summer 2020 Tour ', in April 2020, the girls were sadly forced to cancel all dates due to the Coronavirus pandemic - however, they WILL be touring their sixth album 'Confetti' , after the tour was postponed until April 2022.
In December 2021, Little Mix confirmed they will be taking a break to pursue solo projects following their 'Confetti' tour.
Little Mix's 'Confetti' Tour in 2022
Little Mix's sixth album 'Confetti' was announced in October 2020, and the girls didn't waste any time before also announcing a tour to go with it - the 'Confetti' tour . The tour was due to start in 2021 but the dates have been rescheduled to start in April 2022 due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
You can get tickets now from Aloud.com !
'The Summer 2020 Tour'
Little Mix announced 'The Summer 2020 Tour' in November 2019, preparing to perform in Falkirk, St Helens, Cardiff, Peterborough, Southampton, Plymouth, London, Lytham, Gloucester, Colchester, Colwyn Bay, Hull, Ardingly, Durham, Leicester, Holkham, Canterbury, Scarborough, Carlisle, Ayr and Aberdeen.
However, in April 2020, Little Mix released the following statement, confirming the tour had been cancelled .
'We are so sad to announce that following the latest government advice, we have to cancel our upcoming UK Summer Tour. The health and safety of all our fans and crew is always our number one priority. Please look out for an email from your ticketing agent shortly. Please only contact them if you have not received an email by May 5th.'
'LM5 - The Tour' in 2019
The girls announced 'LM5 - The Tour' in 2019 for their latest album, 'LM5'. They performed across the UK including, Glasgow, Liverpool, Newcastle, Sheffield, London, Birmingham, Nottingham, Manchester and Leeds.
After Jade fell ill at a practise session, Jesy's boyfriend Chris Hughes stepped in for the sound check! Jade also broke down in tears during 'Secret Love Song' at one of their shows in London. You can read up on the 'LM5 Tour' setlist , and find out who their support acts were.
The girls had to cancel the Australia and New Zealand legs of their 'LM5' tour , so that they could focus on new music, and Perrie was also forced to pull out of a gig in Brazil in March 2020, cancelling her appearance at the GRLS Festival in the Memorial da America Latina on International Women’s Day (Sunday 8th March).
The other three girls still performed at the event, but Perrie was devastated about her no-show, which was down to illness. She wrote on her Instagram Story, 'Hey everyone, I’m so sorry to announce that I am unable to travel and perform in Brazil with the rest of the girls on Sunday due to being unwell.
'To all the fans that are attending the show, I’m heartbroken I can’t be there with you, but I know the girls will absolutely smash their performance and give you everything in my absence. Lots of love Perrie x.'
2018's 'Summer Hits Tour'
Little Mix's 'Summer Hits Tour' was their fifth concert tour, made up of 15 dates around the UK in July 2018 with a set list that included a wide range of songs from all their albums to date.
Little Mix toured the country in 2018, visiting Hove, Swansea, Colchester, Northampton, Hull, Bolton, Huddersfield, Derby, Lincolnshire, Norwich, Maidstone, Gateshead, Falkirk, Aberdeen, Inverness.
'The Glory Days Tour' in 2017
The girls took their fourth album 'Glory Days' on the road in 2017, playing 77 shows in Europe, Asia and Oceania. They kicked off in Birkenhead on 21st May 2017, finishing in Kobe's World Memorial Hall in Japan on 25th March 2018.
2016: 'The Get Weird Tour'
Little Mix's third tour promoted their third album 'Get Weird', which was released in November 2015. It became the eighth-highest grossing girl group tour in history, with the girls performing 60 dates in Europe, Oceania and Asia.
Little Mix's 'The Salute Tour' in 2014
The girl group took their second album 'Salute' on the road in 2014, performing at 20 dates around the UK at venues in Birmingham, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Liverpool, Sheffield, London, Manchester, Nottingham, Plymouth, Cardiff, Blackpool, Bournemouth, Brighton, Dublin, Belfast, Isle of Wight and Scarborough.
'DNA Tour' 2013
Little Mix's first ever tour took them to dates around the UK in January and February 2013, performing 23 dates in Rhyl, Nottingham, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Glasgow, Sheffield, Liverpool, Wolverhampton, Manchester, York, Blackpool, Plymouth, Oxford, London, Brighton, Bournemouth, Bristol, Cardiff, Ipswich, Dublin and Belfast.
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2011 - the x factor auditions.
Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson and Leigh-Anne Pinnock all auditioned for The X Factor in 2011 as solo artists. Although they were then eliminated at the Boot Camp stage, each of them was brought back along with other contestants to form groups. Jesy and Perrie formed Faux Pas, and Jade and Leigh-Anne made up two-thirds of a group called Orion.
2011 - Little Mix win The X Factor
Both groups were then eliminated, but Jade, Perrie, Jesy and Leigh-Anne were put into a group by Kelly Rowland, calling themselves Rhythmix before changing their name to Little Mix for legal reasons. Little Mix were mentored by Tulisa and beat Marcus Collins in the final with 48.3% of the vote, becoming the first group to ever win the show. Judge Louis Walsh at the time predicted the girls would be the biggest girl group in the UK - and he was right! Their winning single was a cover of Damien Rice's 'Cannonball'.
2012 - Debut album 'DNA' released
A year later, they released their debut album 'DNA' through Simon Cowell's label, Syco. 'DNA' peaked in the top 10 in ten countries. This made Little Mix the first girl group since the Pussycat Dolls to reach the US top 5 with their debut album. 'DNA' was also certified Gold in both Australia and Ireland, and Platinum in the UK.
One year on from their historic win on The X Factor, Little Mix returned to the show to perform their new single, looking more grown up.
All of the Little Mix girls have experimented with their hair colours, but in 2013 Perrie went for purple, whilst Jade was rocking the colour blue.
Attending their first ever BRIT Awards in 2013, Little Mix dressed up for the occasion, all wearing totally different outfits.
Experimenting even further with her hair in 2013, Perrie changed her look from purple to dip dye pink later in the year.
Perrie couldn't resist getting into the Disney spirit in 2015 when she made a trip to Disneyland Paris!
After taking some time off to work on their new album, Little Mix returned in 2016 with a brand new look. Looking a lot more grown up, the girls started to wear a lot more custom-designed outfits on stage.
Walking the red carpet ahead of their first ever BRIT Awards performance, Little Mix oozed glamour as they invited their mums along for the party.
That same night the girls took to the stage in matching green and black outfits to give an incredible performance of their hit song 'Black Magic'.
After taking more of an interest in fashion, attending various fashion events with her bandmate Jade, Leigh-Anne wore this cute number for her birthday in 2017.
After receiving some harsh criticism online for some of the more risqué outfits, Little Mix wore suits for their performance of 'Power' during The X Factor finals in 2017.
Little Mix embraced the race driving theme brilliantly in 2017 when they performed at F1 Live in London.
The girls attended the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards in Los Angeles in 2017, rocking the red carpet with their different outfit choices.
Looking completely stunning, Jade, Leigh-Anne, Jesy and Perrie rocked the red carpet at the 2018 BRIT Awards. Whilst most fans loved their look, Jesy, Jade and Perrie were quick to mock Leigh-Anne for wearing her 'dressing gown'.
Little Mix stars Leigh-Anne and Jade attended The British Fashion Awards in 2018, wearing stunning dresses to the prestigious event.
The girls went for a more retro look during a performance to their fans in Germany in 2018.
At the launch of their amazing album 'LM5' in 2018, Leigh-Anne, Jesy, Perrie and Jade looked casual and chic as they signed copies of their album for fans.
Ahead of their performance with American rapper Nicki Minaj, Jesy injected a bit of colour into Little Mix's red carpet look at the 2018 MTV EMA Awards, whilst Leigh-Anne rocked green dreadlocks.
The girls then changed into smart black and white suits for their first ever performance of 'Woman Like Me' with Nicki Minaj.
The ladies oozed glamour at the BRIT Awards in 2019, looking stunning in ballgowns.
The girls donned a tonne of different looks on their 2019 'LM5' tour, playing dates across the UK and Ireland.
In November 2019, Little Mix teamed up with clothing brand PrettyLittleThing to release their own clothing collection. Here they are looking super hot at the official launch party.
In 2020, Little Mix announced their own TV talent show called Little Mix: The Search . Both Perrie and Jesy went platinum blonde for the photo shoot with the BBC, looking sensational.
Little Mix released their sixth album 'Confetti' in November 2020!
After their Summer 2020 Tour was scrapped due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Little Mix delighted fans by announcing a massive arena tour for 2021 .
In December 2020, Jesy Nelson announced she'd made the tough decision to quit Little Mix , after the band was having a negative effect on her mental health. Jade, Leigh-Anne and Perrie announced they would continue Little Mix as a three.
Jade, Leigh-Anne and Perrie attended The BRIT Awards in May 2021, with Lee Lee and Pez both glowing whilst showing off their baby bumps !
Celebrating their 10th anniversary in style, the girls looked gorgeous and chic as they posed for the cover of their surprise album 'Between Us' , which was released on 12th November 2021.
Perrie and Jade supported Leigh-Anne at the premiere of her first ever movie called Boxing Day in November 2021, with all three girls looking fabulous on the red carpet.
Little Mix announced they would be going on hiatus in December 2021 to focus on their individual careers, but reassured fans that it wasn't the end of the group.
Perrie, Jade and Leigh-Anne have gone forward with their solo careers in hugely exciting ways - in fashion, charity work and solo music, of course. Find out what Perrie Edwards is up to... Find out what Leigh-Anne Pinnock is up to... Find out what Jade Thirlwall is up to...
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