Grammy Winners On Tour: Lorde, Imagine Dragons, Bruno Mars and more
The 56th annual Grammy Awards took over Los Angeles' Staples Center Sunday (1/26), mixing music industry accolades with nearly two dozen buzzworthy performances. Several of the evening's winners--including Lorde, Imagine Dragons and Bruno Mars, among others--will take to the road in the coming days and weeks to continue drumming up support for recent projects, as well as celebrate their subsequent wins.
Lorde Teenage singer/songwriter and New Zealand native Lorde is a just a month away from a North American theater tour. Tickets for the 15-city outing, which follows her recent Grammy win for Song of the Year ("Royals"), are on sale now.
Imagine Dragons Alt-rockers Imagine Dragons, who took home a trophy for Best Rock Performance for "Radioactive," are prepping for an arena trek that canvases the continent beginning in early February and pushing through mid-March. The Las Vegas-based group is continuing the push behind their 2012 debut, "Night Vision."
Recent Grammy winner for Best Pop Vocal Album Bruno Mars will follow up his Super Bowl halftime performance Sunday (2/2) with a serious international tour behind 2012's "Unorthodox Jukebox." The U.S. portion of dates begins in mid-April; tickets are on sale now.
New father and Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album Grammy winner Michael Buble will spend the spring and part of the summer on a worldwide tour supporting last year's "To Be Loved." The extensive itinerary includes legs in the U.K., Australia, Canada and the U.S.
Black Sabbath, Sunday's (1/26) Grammy winner for Best Metal Performance for "God Is Dead?," will perform in a couple major U.S. markets and across Canada before beginning the summer on a European outing. Tickets for the domestic shows are available now.
Just a couple months after taking home a Grammy trophy for Best Alternative Music Album for "Modern Vampires of the City," Vampire Weekend will take part in the 45th annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. A handful of major market theater shows throughout the South are also on sale now.
Crossover star Darius Rucker will celebrate his Grammy win for Best Country Solo Performance ("Wagon Wheel") with a stateside arena run that kicks off this weekend (1/31) and extends through late April.