Concerts, Comedy, Theater, Festivals. Looking to attend some premier entertainment? Tired of missing when your favorite performer goes on tour? From big headlining musicians, to the best show on Broadway, here is what people are buying, the Best Tix on Sale today.
Lana Del Rey
Lana Del Rey is touring her sixth studio album, Norman Fucking Rockwell—arguably her best record to date. The “Norman F-cking Rockwell” Tour brings Lana Del Rey in front of her adoring audiences from November 3, 2019 – March 3, 2020. It’s been awhile since Lana Del Rey went on a headlining concert tour and is bringing out some incredible guests to celebrate her return to the stage. Don’t miss Lana Del Rey enjoy what will likely be known as the zenith of her career.
The Avett Brothers
The Avett Brothers are currently on tour to promote their recent, more sociopolitically geared album Closer Than Together. Urgent without being preachy, Closer Than Together finds The Avett Brothers in poignant, lyrical harmony. The Avett Brothers will be touring sporadically from October 24, 2019 – April 23, 2020, in addition to a residency at Red Rocks Amphitheater in July.
Fans, time is running out. You only have a few more opportunities this year to catch Lizzo on the biggest tour of her career, the highly reviewed “Cuz I Love You Too” Tour. Now through December 15, 2019, Lizzo will be performing from her debut album Cuz I Love You—in addition to her early EPs—in stylish, charismatic, and outright dominant fashion. Fans, get ready to be floored by the talent of Lizzo, one of the most exciting voices to come out of this era.
Nobody could’ve foretold how a few guys who met on a Kanye West fan forum would become one of the most fascinating—and successful—rap collectives of their generation. Fresh off the release of GINGER, Brockhampton is touring the U.S this Fall and Winter. The eclectic group of hip-hop vagabonds will be on the road now, through December 13. Don’t miss out on catching one of today’s most vital hip-hop groups as they celebrate the (almost) impossible career they paved.
It’s the production that people keep returning to when in conversation over the best Broadway show of the season. Hadestown, described as “sumptuous” and “hypnotic”, brings all of your favorite characters from Greek mythology to the Walter Kerr Theater. Written by Anaïs Mitchell, the deeply humanizing musical will continue to shine on Broadway now through July 5, 2020.
Each year, iHeartRadio brings America’s most beloved pop artists together to rock around the Christmas tree. This year’s Jingle Ball lineup includes Taylor Swift, BTS, Billie Eilish and the Jonas Brothers, just to name a few. The New York lineup at Madison Square Garden, which takes place Dec. 13, features Camila Cabello, Halsey, 5SOS, Niall Horan, Lizzo, Dan + Shay, and more. Never attended a Jingle Ball? Considering these are some of the best lineups we’ve seen in years, we think “Jingle Ball 2019” may be the year to treat yourself.
Harry Connick Jr.
Two-time Tony nominee Harry Connick Jr. is returning to Broadway for a limited, three week engagement in A Celebration of Cole Porter. The solo show will take place at the Nederlander Theatre beginning December 7, with an official opening set for December 12. Featuring a vibrant, 25-piece orchestra and a modern, multi-media presentation, Harry Connick Jr. – A Celebration of Cole Porter is giving Broadway a chance to honor Cole Porter’s compositions via the exceptional crooning of one of America’s beloved performers this Winter.
Mariah Carey: All I Want For Christmas Is You
From November 22 – December 15, fans can catch Mariah Carey on her “All I Want For Christmas Is You” Tour. This short run of shows will follow her Las Vegas Residency. Proceeds from each ticket will benefit Toys for Tots and fans are encouraged to bring unwrapped gifts to each venue to donate as well. To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Mariah Carey’s seminal holiday album, she is re-releasing Merry Christmas as a double album. The double album will feature a previously unreleased concert she hosted at New York cathedral St. John the Divine, as well as new Merry Christmas remixes.
Chance the Rapper
Postponed for 2020, “The Big Tour” is destined to be one of massive proportions. Not only is Chance the Rapper celebrating a huge album release, but he will be itching to get on the road after delaying the tour for personal, family reasons. Chance the Rapper will be joined by Lil Yachty and Taylor Bennett—his brother—on “The Big Tour” next year, beginning January 15, 2020.
For those Billie Eilish fans out there who couldn’t catch the artist on one of her ‘When We All Fall Asleep” Tour dates, your wildest wishes have come true. Billie Eilish will continue to tour in promotion of her incredible, generation-defining debut record in 2020. Dubbed the “Where Do We Go?” Tour, Billie Eilish’s headlining arena stint will run from March 9, 2020 – April 11, 2020. When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go? has since gone double platinum as it remains part of the soundtrack for people around the world.