Billie Eilish Announces New HIT ME HARD AND SOFT Tour

10th May 2024 | Category: Concerts

Billie Eilish is back, y’all! The famous singer immortalized through her hits such as ‘bad guy’, ‘bellyache’, ‘Ocean Eyes’, and many others is returning to both the radios and the stage this year.

The newly announced Hit me Hard and Soft album is her third studio album, set to release on May 17th, 2024. The album will be directly followed by a concert tour taking place September 2024 – July 2025.

Hit Me Hard and Soft: The Album

Like with every album, Billie and her brother Finneas will embark on a concert tour in celebration of new music. The creative duo has been insanely creative over the years, so it’s no doubt the new album is going to be considered a masterpiece in no time. After all, every single thing Billie and Finneas write turns into gold, as evidenced by the award-winning “What Was I Made For?” and “No Time to Die” written for Barbie and James Bond ‘s No Time to Die movies.

However, while Billie had released some music in the meantime, we haven’t had a studio album since 2021, when she released Happier than Ever. It’s been three years since we’ve had a collection of all-new Billie songs, and this summer is the summer that changes.

Not much is known about the new album expect it’s called Hit me Hard and Soft. The album comes out on May 17 2024.

Billie Eilish announced the album on April 8 through an elaborate marketing strategy involving billboards displaying snippets of lyrics from the album.

A couple of weeks later, Eilish announced a tracklist which showed the album consisting of 10 tracks. There’s going to be a listening party on May 15, and you can get tickets for it HERE.

Hit Me Hard and Soft: The Tour

Three weeks after the announcement for the new album, the artist announced the upcoming concert tour in support of the new album. In the announcement, she mentioned tickets going on pre-sale – and many fans were puzzled as to why would she announce a tour this early considering the album was not yet out. In fact, the main question was, how could fans buy tickets for a tour celebrating an album they haven’t even heard. However, it seems the fans weren’t puzzled by those questions too long as they quickly lined up to purchase tickets.

The tour titled Hit Me Hard and Soft: The Tour will officially begin in September 2024.

The first show will take place in Quebec City in the Videotron Centre, on September 29, 2024. Ultimately, the tour is set to conclude on July 27, 2025, at the 3Arena in Dublin.

Tour Dates

Here is the full list of dates for all the shows announced for the Hit me Hard and Soft: The Tour.

Let’s start with the 2024 dates.

  • September 29 – Quebec City, Canada  (Videotron Centre)
  • October 1 – Toronto, Canada (Scotiabank Arena)
  • October 2 – Toronto, Canada (Scotiabank Arena)
  • October 4 – Baltimore, USA (CFG Bank Arena)
  • October 5 – Philadelphia, (USA Wells Fargo Center)
  • October 7 – Detroit, USA (Little Caesars Arena)
  • October 9 – Newark, USA (Prudential Center)
  • October 11 – Boston, USA (TD Garden)
  • October 13 – Pittsburgh, USA (PPG Paints Arena)
  • October 16 – New York City, USA (Madison Square Garden)
  • October 17 – New York City, USA (Madison Square Garden)
  • October 18 – New York City, USA (Madison Square Garden)
  • November 2 – Atlanta, USA (State Farm Arena)
  • November 3 – Atlanta, USA (State Farm Arena)
  • November 6 – Nashville (Bridgestone Arena)
  • November 8 – Cincinnati, USA (Heritage Bank Center)
  • November 10 – Saint Paul, USA (Xcel Energy Center)
  • November 11 – Saint Paul, USA (Xcel Energy Center)
  • November 13 – Chicago, USA (United Center)
  • November 14 – Chicago, USA (United Center)
  • November 16 – Kansas City, USA (T-Mobile Center)
  • November 17 – Omaha, USA (CHI Health Center)
  • November 19 – Denver, USA (Ball Arena)
  • November 20 – Denver, USA (Ball Arena)
  • December 3 – Vancouver, Canada (Rogers Arena)
  • December 5 – Seattle, USA (Climate Pledge Arena)
  • December 6 – Seattle, USA (Climate Pledge Arena)
  • December 8 – Portland, USA (Moda Center)
  • December 10 – San Jose, USA (SAP Center)
  • December 11 – San Jose, USA (SAP Center)
  • December 13 – Glendale, USA (Desert Diamond Arena)
  • December 15 – Inglewood, USA (Kia Forum)
  • December 16 – Inglewood, USA (Kia Forum)
  • December 17 – Inglewood, USA (Kia Forum)

And that wraps up the 2024  half of the tour. This year is for the US tour dates, while 2025 is all about Europe. Here are all the European dates for 2025.

  • February 18 – Brisbane, Australia (Brisbane Entertainment Centre)
  • February 19 – Brisbane, Australia (Brisbane Entertainment Centre)
  • February 21 – Brisbane, Australia (Brisbane Entertainment Centre)
  • February 22 – Brisbane, Australia (Brisbane Entertainment Centre)
  • February 24 – Sydney, Australia (Qudos Bank Arena)
  • February 25 – Sydney, Australia (Qudos Bank Arena)
  • February 27 – Sydney, Australia (Qudos Bank Arena)
  • February 28 – Sydney, Australia (Qudos Bank Arena)
  • March 4 – Melbourne, Australia (Rod Laver Arena)
  • March 5 – Melbourne, Australia (Rod Laver Arena)
  • March 7 – Melbourne, Australia (Rod Laver Arena)
  • March 8 – Melbourne, Australia (Rod Laver Arena)
  • April 23 – Stockholm, Sweden (Avicii Arena)
  • April 24 – Stockholm, Sweden (Avicii Arena)
  • April 26 – Bærum, Norway (Telenor Arena)
  • April 28 – Copenhagen, Denmark (Royal Arena)
  • April 29 – Copenhagen, Denmark (Royal Arena)
  • May 2 – Hanover, Germany ( ZAG-Arena)
  • May 4 – Amsterdam, Netherlands (Ziggo Dome)
  • May 5 – Amsterdam, Netherlands (Ziggo Dome)
  • May 7 – Amsterdam, Netherlands (Ziggo Dome)
  • May 9 – Berlin, Germany (Uber Arena)
  • May 29 – Cologne, Germany (Lanxess Arena)
  • May 30 – Cologne, Germany (Lanxess Arena)
  • June 1 – Prague, Czech Republic (O2 Arena)
  • June 3 – Kraków, Poland (Tauron Arena)
  • June 4 – Kraków, Poland (Tauron Arena)
  • June 6 – Vienna, Austria (Wiener Stadthalle)
  • June 8 – Bologna, Italy (Unipol Arena)
  • June 10 – Paris, France  (Accor Arena)
  • June 11 – Paris, France  (Accor Arena)
  • June 14 – Barcelona, Spain (Palau Sant Jordi)
  • June 15 – Barcelona, Spain (Palau Sant Jordi)
  • July 7 – Glasgow, Scotland (OVO Hydro)
  • July 8 – Glasgow, Scotland (OVO Hydro)
  • July 10 – London, England (The O2 Arena)
  • July 11 – London, England (The O2 Arena)
  • July 13 – London, England (The O2 Arena)
  • July 14 – London, England (The O2 Arena)
  • July 16 – London, England (The O2 Arena)
  • July 17 – London, England (The O2 Arena)
  • July 19 – Manchester, England (Co-op Live)
  • July 20 – Manchester, England (Co-op Live)
  • July 22 – Manchester, England (Co-op Live)
  • July 23 – Manchester, England (Co-op Live)
  • July 26 – Dublin, Ireland (3Arena)
  • July 27 – Dublin, Ireland (3Arena)

You can purchase the tickets for the event right HERE.

Stay tuned for more info and updates on tickets and concert tours!

Coachella 2024: Lineup, Tickets, Info & Fun Facts

9th April 2024 | Category: Concerts

Coachella is here, guys! We are days away from the first weekend of the bi-weekend bash in the middle of California. The internationally acclaimed music festival picks up again this weekend, with a plethora of music guests and performers you should not miss if you happen to find yourself in Indio this Sunday and Saturday.

Coachella 101

Before we get into the details about this week’s first bash, let’s quickly list all the important details about Coachella. You know, just in case you haven’t had the chance to hear about this festival before.

Coachella, or officially, Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, is an annual festival for music and arts taking place in the Colorado Desert. The exact location is the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, Coachella Valley.

The festival became a thing in 1999, when Paul Tollett and Rick van Santen joined forces and founded the event. The first festival is organized by Goldenvoice.

Regarding the choice of music and arts offered at the festival, there’s huge variety. For the most part, the festival is all about rock, pop, hip hop, and electronic music, with indie and rap performances adding much needed variety as well.

What started as a one-day event evolved over the years into two 3-day weekend events taking place in April. What’s curious is that the lineup is exactly the same on both weekends.

Coachella 2024

So, let’s take a look at this years lineup and what we can expect from Coachella this year. Like every year, it is a global event, attracting thousands of visitors from around the world. However, perhaps the most famous thing about Coachella is the guest list: it’s a known celebrity hangout place, and every year, people gather just so they could get a chance to spot their favourite stars.

Hollywood stars love the attention too, so it’s a well-oiled machine that works for everyone involved.

Now, for the past several years, Coachella has had the same format: two weekends, the same lineup on both occasions. This year is the same. Take a look below at the lineup at this year’s festival.

This Year’s Lineup

The main performance at 2024 Coachella is Lana del Rey. Lana is the Friday headliner, appearing before the audience on Friday, April 12 and 19.  Besides Lana, the opening nights of the festival will also feature Peso Pluma, Lil Uzi Vert, along with a number of stars and performers such as ATEEZ, Peggy Gou, Suki Waterhouse, Sabrina Carpenter, Neil Frances, Gorgon City, Tinashe, ANOTR, Steve Angello, Mall Grab, and more.

The second evening, or Saturdays April 13 and 20 will feature Tyler, The Creator. Besides him, you will also have th eprivilege to watch Ice Spice, Gessaffelstein, Sublime, Blur, Jungle, Grimes, Jon Batiste, LE SSERAFIM, Charlotte de Witte, Purple Disco Machine, Raye, FLO, Hatsune Miku, Saint Levant, Will Clarke, and Kimonos.

Lastly, the closing nights of the festival, Sunday April 14 and 21, will be headlined by Doja Cat. Besides Doja, we will also get a chance to enjoy performances by J Balvin, Jhene Aiko, Khruangbin, Carin Leon, Anyma, DJ Snake, LUDMILLA, Bebe Rexha, Coi Leray, Veronica Monet, Olivia Dean, Barry Can’t Swim, JOPLYN, and jjuuujjuu.

There are more names there, don’t worry. We just named a few on the top of our mind, but you can enjoy dozens of other performances and artists visiting Coachella this year.

Fun Facts

If you happen to be indisposed and couldn’t attend Coachella this year, the organizators of the event have a surprise. All players can watch the even in live mode! A YouTube live will be played throughout the weekend (both weekends) so you should get a chance to watch the entire thing and not miss anything. Of course, it’s always best to watch it in person, but a YouTube live is the next best thing.

If you want to find tickets for Coachella, please bear in mind that all tickets for the first weekend are sold out. There is no option to find tickets for the first weekend. However, if you want to attend the second weekend, you can find the tickets right HERE.

Kid Cudi Announces 2024-2025 Insano World Tour

14th March 2024 | Category: Concerts

Kid Cudi is going on a world tour! The Cleveland-born American rapper is a multifaceted artist whose genius is reflected in many forms, including music, acting, and fashion. This year, he is starting his sixth tour titled the Insano: Engage the Rage World Tour. The tour is split into two parts – the North American leg, lasting throughout 2024, and Europe, which Cudi visits in 2025.

Insano Album Conceptualization

Insano is the ninth studio album released by Kid Cudi.  It’s the last album Kid Cudi is set to release through his contract with Republic Records.

Insano mixes elements of hip hop and trap, acting as the sequel to Cudi’s Entergalactic from 2022.

But here’s the fun part – Insano was launched on January 12, 2024, and a little over a month later, Kid Cudi released a sequel titled Insano (Nitro Mega).  Insano release was preceded by two promo singles “Porsche Topless” and “At the Party”.

When he announced the album, Kid Cudi first discussed the album and said it is going to be ‘the album of the year’ and that it’s “probably the first album I’ve ever made where I’ve been truly 100% happy”. Finally, as Kid Cudi previously discussed potential retirement from music, he clarified that Insano and Insano (Nitro Mega) are not his last albums and that he indeed is not retiring.

Now, let’s see the tour dates and when you get to see Kid Cudi in all his glory.

Insano World Tour North America Dates

The tour will be supported by Pusha T, Jaden, and EarthGang. Here are the tour dates for the Nort American leg that will take place during 2024.

  • Fri Jun 28, 2024, Austin, TX / Moody Center
  • Sun Jun 30, 2024, Dallas, TX / American Airlines Center
  • Wed Jul 3, 2024, Nashville, TN / Bridgestone Arena
  • Fri Jul 5, 2024, Sunrise, FL / Amerant Bank Arena
  • Sat Jul 6, 2024, Tampa, FL / Amalie Arena
  • Tue Jul 9, 2024, Duluth, GA / Gas South Arena
  • Thu Jul 11, 2024, Raleigh, NC / PNC Arena
  • Sat Jul 13, 2024, Washington, DC / Capital One Arena
  • Sun Jul 14, 2024, Philadelphia, PA / Wells Fargo Center
  • Wed Jul 17, 2024, Newark, NJ / Prudential Center
  • Fri Jul 19, 2024, Toronto, ON / Scotiabank Arena
  • Sat Jul 20, 2024, Montreal, QC / Bell Centre
  • Tue Jul 23, 2024, New York, NY / Madison Square Garden
  • Wed Jul 24, 2024, Boston, MA / TD Garden
  • Sat Jul 27, 2024, Detroit, MI / Little Caesars Arena
  • Sun Jul 28, 2024, Rosemont, IL / Allstate Arena
  • Wed Jul 31, 2024, Cleveland, OH / Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
  • Fri Aug 2, 2024, Cincinnati, OH / Heritage Bank Center
  • Sun Aug 4, 2024, Kansas City, MO / T-Mobile Center
  • Wed Aug 7, 2024, Minneapolis, MN / Target Center
  • Fri Aug 9, 2024, St. Louis, MO / Enterprise Center
  • Sun Aug 11, 2024, Denver, CO / Ball Arena
  • Wed Aug 14, 2024, Phoenix, AZ / Footprint Center
  • Fri Aug 16, 2024, San Diego, CA / Pechanga Arena San Diego
  • Sat Aug 17, 2024, Las Vegas, NV / MGM Grand Garden Arena
  • Tue Aug 20, 2024, San Francisco, CA / Chase Center
  • Thu Aug 22, 2024, Portland, OR / Moda Center
  • Sat Aug 24, 2024, Vancouver, BC / Rogers Arena
  • Sun Aug 25, 2024, Seattle, WA / Climate Pledge Arena
  • Wed Aug 28, 2024, Sacramento, CA / Golden 1 Center
  • Fri Aug 30, 2024, Los Angeles, CA / Crypto.com Arena

Insano World Tour Europe Dates

As soon as the North American leg of the tour ends, Kid Cudi will take a little break. And then, once the new year starts, Cudi will return to touring again, only on a new continent. The second part of the world tour is in Europe during 2025.

Here are all the European dates:

  • Thu Feb 27, 2025, Hamburg, Germany / Barclays Arena
  • Fri Feb 28, 2025, Berlin, Germany / Uber Arena
  • Sun Mar 2, 2025, Oberhausen, Germany / Rudolf Weber-ARENA
  • Mon Mar 3, 2025 Amsterdam, Netherlands / Ziggo Dome
  • Wed Mar 5, 2025, Milan, Italy / Forum Milano
  • Sat Mar 8, 2025, Paris, France / Accor Arena
  • Sun Mar 9, 2025, Brussels, Belgium / ING Arena
  • Wed Mar 12, 2025, Dublin, Ireland / 3Arena
  • Fri Mar 14, 2025, Birmingham, UK / Resorts World Arena
  • Sat Mar 15, 2025, Manchester, UK / Co-op Live
  • Tue Mar 18, 2025, London, UK / The O2

If you want to attend the Insano World Tour in 2024 and 2025, you can find the tickets HERE.

The Eagles Add European Dates to Long Goodbye Tour

5th February 2024 | Category: Concerts

The Eagles are having a very Long Goodbye. After half a century of music and changing the industry with their sound, The Eagles have decided to stop making music. Aiming to honor their long and fruitful career, the band embarked on an international tour called The Long Goodbye Final Tour that has been already underway in the USA. However, the tour was recently expanded with several new dates added – this time in Europe.

The Long Goodbye – More About the Tour

Here is a fraction of the official statement from the band upon the announcement of the new tour.

“The Eagles have had a miraculous 52-year odyssey, performing for people all over the globe; keeping the music alive in the face of tragic losses, upheavals and setbacks of many kinds. Credit and thanks go to our longtime management team, our dedicated road crew, and our exceptional backup musicians for providing skilled and steadfast support, throughout these many years. We know how fortunate we are, and we are truly grateful. Our long run has lasted far longer than any of us ever dreamed. But, everything has its time, and the time has come for us to close the circle.”

And indeed, “The Long Goodbye” will honor and celebrate the musical behemoth by giving the fans a chance to say goodbye by listening to The Eagles’ most popular hits.

US Dates

Before we switch to the full list of dates of the European leg of the tour, we thought it would be great to list out the dates for the current US leg of the tour. The tour officially started back in September 2023, and lasts even now.

The first batch of dates stretched from September 7 until November 17. However, that was soon expanded with a new list of dates. Here are the current dates for the tour.

  • 06/02 – St. Louis, MO (Enterprise Center)
  • 10/02 – Omaha, NE (CHI Health Center Omaha)
  • 13/02 – Tulsa, OK (BOK Center)
  • 16/02 – Houston, TX (Toyota Center)
  • 17/02 – New Orleans, LA (Smoothie King Center)
  • 01/03 – Hollywood, FL (Hard Rock Live)
  • 02/03 – Hollywood, FL (Hard Rock Live)
  • 04/03 – Orlando, FL (Amway Center)
  • 08/03 – Chicago, IL (United Center)
  • 09/03 – Chicago, IL (United Center)
  • 13/03 – Toronto, ON (Scotiabank Arena)
  • 16/03 – Charlotte, NC (Spectrum Center)

That’s a very exciting schedule for The Eagles, and if you have a chance to attend any one of these shows, don’t miss it – this is the last time you get such a chance to witness the Eagles playing live. Or playing at all.

European Dates

Now that we’ve covered the US tour dates, here are the dates in Europe. Note that the two only locations where the concerts will take place are Manchester, UK and Arnhem in the Netherlands.

  • 31/05 – Manchester, UK (Co-Op Live)
  • 01/06 – Manchester, UK (Co-Op Live)
  • 04/06 – Manchester, UK (Co-Op Live)
  • 07/06 – Manchester, UK (Co-Op Live)
  • 08/06 – Manchester, UK (Co-Op Live)
  • 13/06 – Arnhem, NL (GelreDome)
  • 15/06 – Arnhem, NL (GelreDome)

There you have it, all the dates of the new shows in Europe for the summer and for the final Eagles tour called “The Long Goodbye”. If you want to purchase tickets for the events, you can do so right here.

Judas Priest Announce Concert Tour Dates for 2024

12th December 2023 | Category: Concerts

Six years after the release of their album Firepower, Judas Priest are releasing a brand-new album. After waiting more than half a decade to release new music, the band is more than ready to promote the new album.

The album titled Invincible Shield will drop in March 2024. More specifically, the official drop date is March 8, and a couple days after that, Judas Priest will embark on a concert tour to promote the release of their nineteenth (!) studio album.

About the Concert Tour

The international concert tour will consist of UK and Ireland dates as well as US dates. The opening shows of the tour begin not even three days after the album release, which means Judas Priest aren’t wasting any time here – they are jumping straight into action with this release!

The album introduces 11 new tracks alongside three bonus tracks that will be available via the deluxe version of the Invincible Shield album.

Tickets went on sale Friday November 17th, and are already available RIGHT HERE.

Invincible Shield Tour Dates

Here are the UK and Ireland concert tour dates which start three days after the album goes live.

  • 11th March 2024 – Glasgow, Ireland
  • 13th March 2024 – Leeds, UK
  • 15th March 2024 – Dublin, Ireland
  • 17th March 2024 – Bournemouth, UK
  • 19th March 2024 – Birmingham, UK
  • 21st March 2024 – London, UK
  • 24th March 2024 – Frankfurt, Germany
  • 25th March 2024 – Munich, Germany
  • 27th March 2024 – Dortmund, Germany
  • 29th March 2024 – Prague, Czech Republic
  • 30th March 2024 – Krakow, Poland
  • 1st April 2024 – Vienna, Austria
  • 3rd April 2024 – Basel, Switzerland
  • 5th April 2024 – Lyon, France
  • 6th April 2024 – Assago, Italy
  • 8th April 2024 – Paris, France

USA Concert Tour Dates

  • 18th April 2024 – Wallingford, CT, USA
  • 19th April 2024 -Newark, NJ, USA
  • 21st April 2024 – Reading, PA, USA
  • 24th April 2024 – Bangor, ME, USA
  • 25th April 2024 – Boston, MA, USA
  • 27th April 2024 – Youngstown, OH, USA
  • 28th April 2024 – Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • 1st May 2024 – Rosemont, IL, USA
  • 2nd May 2024 – Minneapolis, MN, USA
  • 4th May 2024 0 Kalamazoo, MI, USA
  • 5th May 2024 – Maryland Heights, MO, USA
  • 7th May 2024 – Huntsville, AL, USA
  • 9th May 2024 – Daytona Beach, USA
  • 11th May 2024 – Alpharetta, GA, USA
  • 12th May 2024 – Mobile, AL, USA
  • 14th May 2024 – Charlotte, NC, USA
  • 16th May 2024 – Columbus, Ohio, USA
  • 17th May 2024 – Evansville, IL, USA
  • 19th May 2024 – Washington, DC, USA
  • 21st May 2024 – Albany, NY, USA
  • 22nd May 2024 – Syracuse, NY, USA

Europe & Germany Concert Dates

  • 5th-8th June 2024 – Solvesborg, Sweden
  • 10th June 2024 – Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • 13th June 2024 – Barcelona, Spain
  • 15th June 2024 – Pamplona, Spain
  • 17th June 2024 – Madrid, Spain
  • 19th-22nd June 2024 – Cartagena, Spain
  • 21st June 2024 – Dessel, Belgium
  • 23rd June 2024 – Nancy, France
  • 26th June 2024 – Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 27th-29th June 2024 – Oslo, Norway
  • 1st July 2024 – Hamburg, Germany
  • 2nd July 2024 – Berlin, Germany
  • 4th July 2024 – Nurnberg, Germany
  • 8th July 2024 – Mannheim, Germany
  • 10th July 2024 – Dresden, Germany

The tour will start in Ireland and then switch to Great Britain, and ultimately cross over to Germany and other EU states. The first leg of the European part of the tour ends on April 8th, and 10 days later, the US leg of the tour picks up.

After the US dates, Judas Priest will visit Europe again – starting with Sweden and ending in Germany in July 2024.

The spring and summer of 2024 is already looking quite fun for Judas Priest fans worldwide!