The pop tour de force that is Ariana Grande doesn’t appear to be slowing in the least. Adding another leg to her wildly successful “Honeymoon Tour,” which brought the “Love Me Harder” singer to the Wells Fargo Center just this month, Grande will make another Philadelphia appearance (her third in less than a year) at the Wells Fargo Center on Wednesday, July 29.
Starting 10 a.m. Saturday, April 4, tickets will hit the market. Citi cardmembers will have access to a presale beginning 10 a.m. on Tuesday, March 31.
The tour made headlines this weekend when Justin Bieber made a surprise appearance on Saturday, March 28 for a performance of “Love Me Harder” and his own songs “All That Matters” and “As Long As You Love Me.”
Van Halen are bouncing back after canceling a portion of their 2012-2013 tour. With original lead singer David Lee Roth, the rockers are hitting the road again, making a stop at the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden on Thursday, Aug. 27.
Grab tickets starting Saturday, April 4 at 10 a.m.
Before the tour’s start, Van Halen will make a special two-night appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday, March 30 and Tuesday, March 31 from an exclusive live performance on Hollywood Boulevard.
Social media flubs have become the sadly prevalent way of the present and no one is safe. Not even Kesha.
The pop star prematurely leaked information of her performance at the University of Pennsylvania on April 17 on her Facebook page on Saturday, inviting fans to submit selfies for a chance to win tickets.
The problem is, the show hadn’t been announced by the university yet. The lineup for Spring Fling, the school’s annual music festival, was originally aimed to roll out the following evening, according to The Daily Pennsylvanian, however due to Kesha’s untimely Facebooking, the university’s Social Planning and Events Committee made the announcement via Twitter an hour and a half later.
The Mann Center continues to roll out their summer concert schedule. The next performance on the venue’s Skyline Stage comes from singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson on Tuesday, June 30.
Last year, Michaelson hit Camden for July’s XPoNential Festival.
Philadelphia's The Hooters and Willie Nelson are among the initial bookings announced today for the outdoor event space at Atlantic City's Borgata Hotel will be operating this summer.
While Taylor Swift is cashing in on the year 1989, John Fogerty is paying homage to a year two decades prior. Adding a stop to his “1969” world tour — the year he wrote and recorded three Creedence Clearwater Revival albums — Fogerty is set to come to Philadelphia on Saturday, June 27 to the Mann Center.
Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, April 3.
Later this year, fans will get to read the musician’s take on his prolific career when “Fortunate Son: My Life, My Music,” Fogerty’s memoir, hits shelves on October 6.
When he’s not on tour, Mike Hadreas — the birth name of Seattle-based musician Perfume Genius — binge-watches The Bachelor.
“I kind of watch The Bachelor as a sci-fi show because I can’t identify with him or any of the women or anybody on that show,” Hadreas said. “It’s like watching all the people from high school that I was terrified of who are pretty much exactly like I thought they were.”
Other shows on his guilty pleasure-viewing list? Gossip Girl and “awful sci-fi shows.” He can’t behind the phenomenon that is House of Cards, though.
If you tuned into Good Morning America on Friday, you saw the charismatic crooner Andy Grammer performing his latest rockabilly hit, “Honey I’m Good,” the did-he-or-didn’t-he-OK-he-didn’t genre-blending earworm in which fidelity wins in the end.
The former street performer and happily married musician, who admits temptation is a very real thing, keeps it authentic with the track.
“Sure, yes, there are smoking-hot girls,” Grammer revealed. “But my girlfriend’s smoking hot, my wife, whatever. I’m going to make the right choice — I’m going to get out of here.”