Ticket Report: Christina Aguilera, Bruce Springsteen, Katy Perry, Billy Joel and more
As Katy Perry worked through a few rounds of presales late last week, ticket sales prompted the addition of several shows to her already lengthy schedule, while Bruce Springsteen, Christina Aguilera and Foster the People all dipped their respective toes into U.S. tour activity with Jazz Fest ticket onsales.
Katy Perry While still in pre-sale mode, Perry's ticket demand forced the addition of shows in Los Angeles, Anaheim, San Jose, Dallas, Houston, Edmonton, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Brooklyn, Toronto and Washington, DC. And all that before the main sales kick off this morning (1/27) in most places.
Christina Aguilera Aguilera will follow up her recent fifth season on "The Voice" with a headlining performance at New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, tickets for which are available now.
Amid the pushback on his recently announced pricing structure for live show recordings, Springsteen has revealed plans to return to the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. The festival early May performance follows an international run that touches down in South Africa, New Zealand and Australia.
The Piano Man has a spring schedule of arena shows spread across the nation. Tickets for several markets, including Hollywood, Phoenix and Philadelphia, are on sale this week.
John will take some time away from his Las Vegas residency to work the North American tour trail behind "The Diving Board." Tickets go on sale Friday (1/31) for shows in Tupelo, MS, and Virginia Beach, VA.
Indie outfit The National continue trekking behind their sixth studio album, "Trouble Will Find Me." The springtime run includes concerts in Los Angeles, Chicago, Berkeley and Atlanta, tickets for which are on sale now.
Foster The People
Grammy-nominated pop-rockers Foster the People has not only joined the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage festival lineup, but they're also hitting clubs and theaters across the south. Tickets are on sale now in Las Vegas, Nashville, Dallas and Houston, as well as an appearance at Tampa's Big Guava Music Festival.
Singer, songwriter and Matchbox 20 frontman Rob Thomas has tickets available now for a month-long intimate solo trek this spring. Tickets for the Las Vegas show went on sale Saturday (1/25) and are currently still available.