Straight from Berlin, it’s Rammstein to the US. Rammstein and their wild pyrotechnic metal concerts are making their way to the United States this year. Due to their tremendous success touring in Europe, the Rammstein tour will probably be the same madness in America. They last toured the US in 2011 with a short 9 […]
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Van Halen fans are thrilled! David Lee Roth has finally come home and Van Halen with their original band members are back together for a 2012 tour that will knock your socks off. It’s about time Eddie and David ironed out there differences; life is short so let’s Rock N Roll boys!
Ozzy and Black Sabbath fans rejoice! Recently announced was the fact of a Black Sabbath reunion with Ozzy and they plan on making a new album and performing a world tour for this 2012 year. No exact tour dates have been announced yet, but I feel the announcement coming soon.
Red Hot Chili Peppers, who are currently on tour in Europe, will launch the North American leg of their Red Hot Chili Peppers Tour in January 2012. Concert tickets for the shows listed below will go on sale on December 3rd, with more shows and Red Hot Chili Peppers tour dates slated to be announced in the coming weeks.
Lady Antebellum is gearing up for the long haul this year on a tour that will span over 6 months alone just within the US and Canada. The country band starts 2012 off early with concerts starting in Tulsa Oklahoma on January 27th and officially doesn’t end until late June 2012. Within the past couple of years, Lady Antebellum has taken the country music scene by storm and have really exploded in popularity.
Roger Waters has extended the Roger Waters tour dates to go well into 2012. The Wall tour starts in Brazil in the end of March and goes until Mid July where he’s playing in Philadelphia at Citizens Bank Park. We hope our wish comes true that David Gilmour will appear at some of the Roger Waters concerts, but only Time will tell. If your a Pink Floyd fan or Roger Waters fan, this is not a concert tour to miss. Ever since the break up of Pink Floyd, it was said that they would only play together again ‘when pigs fly’, but recently David Gilmour and Roger Waters have played benefit concerts and have surprisingly shown up at each others tour on different concert dates.