World Wrestling Entertainment has expanded from national tours to international phenomenon, and now regularly travels overseas for sold-out shows. WWE's Monday night 'RAW' and 'Friday Night SmackDown!' programs showcase the best sports-entertainment talent known the world over. Fans will be greeted by familiar faces when they see some of WWE's most popular and enduring superstars.
After beginning his career as a producer, Kanye West joined Jay-Z's Roc-A-Fella Records, who lauded his soulful approach to hip-hop production. His debut album, "The College Dropout," scored with critics and fans alike, and "Late Registration," produced by Jon Brion, pushed the envelope even further with the hit singles "Gold Digger" and "Touch the Sky." It was his Grammy-winning album, "Graduation" that opened the floodgates, with hits like "Stronger," "Good Life" and "Can't Tell Me Nothing." The multi-Grammy-winning rapper/producer takes to the road in support of his seventh straight No. 1 album, "The Life of Pablo."
The Trans-Siberian Orchestra is the brainchild of veteran hard-rock producer Paul O'Neill, along with collaborators Robert Kinkel and Jon Oliva. Combining a 60-piece orchestra plus chorus with electric guitars, keyboards and drums in a synergy of musical celebration, the group released its debut album, "Christmas Eve and Other Stories," just in time for the 1996 holiday season. "The Christmas Attic" followed in 1998, and two years later the group issued its first non-seasonal recording, "Beethoven's Last Night." They are back on tour for the winter season with this rock holiday tradition.
The latest Disney on Ice tour features Dory, Nemo, Marlin and new pal Hank from "Finding Dory" as they embark on a life-changing excursion to find her parents and discover the true meaning of family; the enotions from "Inside Out" - Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust - as they help Riley find the confidence to win the hockey championship and experience the emotional rollercoaster of growing up; and the wintry world of Arendelle from "Frozen," where Olaf and Kristoff help reunite royal sisters Anna and Elsa and learn love is the most powerful magic of all. Also on ice will be Rapunzel, Tiana and the Disney Princesses; Buzz Lightyear, Woody and the "Toy Story" gang; and, of course (it's a Disney, after all), Mickey, Minnie and their pals.
This official alumni game will feature representation from every era of Flyers hockey, including Bob Clarke, Reggie Leach, Tim Kerr, Mark Howe, Eric Lindros, John LeClair, Danny Briere, Simon Gagne and more.
Kings of Leon is a band that picks up where Molly Hatchet and Lynyrd Skynyrd left off and adds a dash of modern rock 'n' roll to keep things from sounding too dated. While the band, made up of the Followill brothers (Caleb, Nathan and Jared) and a cousin (Matthew), exhibits a love for loud and dirty rock 'n' roll that made Skynyrd's "Sweet Home Alabama" a radio hit, there's more than long hair and confederate dreams in its music. With a keen ear for gooey pop melodies that hints at a closet love for '60s and '70s pop, the Kings may woo the fans of typical alt-rock balladry as well. Their most well known hits include "Use Somebody" and "Sex on Fire."
Eric Church is a rising country music singer and songwriter. He is known for his hit single, 'How 'Bout You,' from his debut album, 'Sinners Like Me.' His second album, 'Carolina,' sold over 500,000 copies and his third album, 'CHIEF,' featured radio hit, 'Homeboy,' and No. 1 single, 'Drink in my Hand.'