We’ll be posting the lineup for various venues this summer throughout the week. Find TD Garden’s listing below:
April 30– Country star Eric Church heads out this summer on Outsiders World Tour, named after his top-selling album of 2014. After filing a lawsuit in March against counterfeit merchandisers outside his shows, he continues the trek with special guest Drive-By Truckers.
June 5 & 7– Popular comedian and actor Kevin Hart is set to play TD Garden three times in just two days. He is on track to establishing the biggest comedy tour ever reported with 600,000 tickets sold and $35 million dollars in just March.
June 12– Iconic performer Bette Midler is set to perform material from her extensive career and also from her new album. “It’s the Girls!” is a tribute record to girl groups throughout time. The Grammy, Emmy, Oscar and Tony winner has worn many characters hats, but will for once play herself in concert at the Garden.
June 16– This trek marks Manilow’s final tour, “ONE LAST TIME!” Dave Koz is set to open the the “Copacabana”‘s farewell tour throughout the summer.
June 23– Rush’s R40 Live tour is set to be every ’70s and ’80s rocker’s dream with high energy, classic music and an ambiguous ending. The band hasn’t officially announced it as a farewell tour, but says that it’s possible. Guitarist Alex Lifeson told magazines that they plan way ahead for their tours–as in rehearsing six weeks before scheduled rehearsals to make the best show possible for fans.
New Kids on the Block with TLC and Nelly
June 24 & 25– It’s the summer of joint tours with popular groups of different decades. This show will be taking audiences back to the nineties. Headliners New Kids on the Block are bringing along rap star Nelly and R&B sensation TLC this summer. TLC is also amidst crowdfunding for a final album, the first since Lisa Lopez’s death. A night of pop and hip-hop awaits with these three.
June 27– Stars of World Wrestling Entertainment are headed to Boston this summer. The WWE Live Super Show is set to include John Cena, Bray Wyatt, Dean Ambrose, Kane, Seth Rollins, Randy Orton, Roman Reigns, Big Show and Daniel Bryan.
July 1– Grammy-winning quartet Imagine Dragons heads out on their world tour this summer, including dates in the U.S. and Australia. They’re promoting their second album, “Smoke + Mirrors,” after a lawsuit awarded Marvin Gaye $9.7 million for Dragon’s collaboration with Robin Thicke on “Blurred Lines.” The rockers are planning lots of special affects go along with the theme of their recent release. Fans can expect vibrant graphics and fog machines.
July 8– This is reportedly the country diva’s final tour. Shania Twain is taking her victory lap this summer on the “Rock This Country” tour, the first in over 10 years. The all-time top-selling female country songstress is set to play hits from her albums, the last being over a decade old.
July 10, 11, 14 & 15– U2 stops in Boston for a long stint this summer. The Innocence + Experience Tour is in support of their 13th studio album, “Songs of Innocece.” Most got the album last September involuntarily downloaded from iTunes, to much frustration. However, fans will be able to celebrate the band’s decades of music with them in areans across the country.
September 26– The Queen of Pop is heading worldwide this summer on the “Rebel Heart” tour. With over 300 million records sold, her energetic, pyrotechnic live shows are a vital experience for prvoing just why she’s earned the title.
Iggy Azalea (Originally on 05/06/2015)
October 6– The “Fancy” performer had to reschedule her spring tour to the fall due to production delays. She will be recording her sophomore album whiel waiting for this tour to start, describing the trek as a “powerful ’80s androgynous women vibe.”
The Who – Hits 50
October 29– The legendary English rock band is set to bring their songs all across North America this summer. Leader singer Roger Daltrey has described the tour as the “beginning of the long goodbye.” Special guests will include Joan Jett & The Blackhearts.
Find tickets to everything at TD Garden here. Check back throughout the week for other venues!