2011 Upcoming Tours: Good Charlotte, Miranda Cosgrove, Adelitas Way & more

If you’ve been stuck in a dreary winter rut, now’s the time to get out of it.  Along with February comes more gloom & doom with Cupid’s arrow aiming straight for your wallet and your butt with all of that Valentine’s Day candy & flowers.  Screw that, put your dollar toward something that gets you out of the house and with your real true love.  Music is the real universal language!  Trudge through that snow and check out one of these live shows!  Yeah, I know…that rhymed…admit it, you liked it…

Catch Adelitas Way on the road with Sick Puppies!

Las Vegas-based rock band Adelitas Way will hit the road for a spring tour with Sick Puppies in March. Please see below for all confirmed tour dates. Adelitas Way will release their second album, entitled Home School Valedictorian, on May 17th on Virgin Records. Their self-titled debut album was released in 2009 and spawned the hit single “Invincible”, which climbed to #6 on the Active Rock Chart. The song was also heard in promos for CSI Miami and was the official theme song of the WWE Superstars.

March 15 The Town Ballroom Buffalo, NY
March 16 Northern Lights Clifton Park, NY
March 17 The Chance Poughkeepsie, NY
March 18 Mohegan Sun Casino Uncasville, CT
March 20 Starland Ballroom Sayreville, NJ
March 23 Rams Head Live! Baltimore, MD
March 24 Grammercy Theater New York, NY
March 25 Chameleon Club Lancaster, PA
March 26 Crocodile Rock Allentown, PA
March 27 Water Street Music Hall Rochester, NY
April 14 Diesel Pittsburgh, PA
April 15 The NorVa Norfolk, VA

Miranda Cosgrove – Dancing Crazy Tour with Greyson Chance

International Nickelodeon star Miranda Cosgrove is hitting the road in support of her debut album, Sparks Fly. With success on iCarly and lending her voice to the animated film “Despicable Me” as well as being March’s Seventeen Magazine cover girl, Miranda’s winter is burning up! Catch her  in a city near you along with Ellen’s child prodigy, Greyson Chance.

2/2        Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead     Munhall, PA
2/4        Oakdale Theatre     Wallingford, CT
2/5        Beacon Theatre      New York, NY
2/6        Keswick Theatre    Glenside, PA
2/9       Music Center at Strathmore        Bethesda, MD
2/10    Lowell Memorial Auditorium     Lowell, MA
2/12    Wellmont Theatre          Montclair, NJ
2/13    Theatre at Westbury    Westbury, NY
2/15   Center Stage      Atlanta, GA
2/16   Tampa Theatre   Tampa, FL
2/17  Hard Rock Live     Orlando, FL
2/19  Verizon Theatre     Grand Prairie, TX
2/20  House of Blues       Houston, TX
2/23  Marquee Theatre      Tempe, AZ
2/24  House of Blues          Anaheim, CA

Good Charlotte’s Cardiology Tour with Forever The Sickest Kids & The Century

Benji & Joel are at it again! GC fans will be excited to hear their favorite songs live like “Boys & Girls”, “The Anthem”, and “Hold On” along with new hits off their latest album, Cardiology. Good Charlotte is proving more and more that they’re not a trend–they’re here to stay!

3/3 Atlanta, GA Center Stage
3/4 Washington, DC 9:30 Club
3/5 Allentown, PA Crocodile Rock
3/6 Philadelphia, PA Theatre of Living Arts
3/8 New York, NY Irving Plaza
3/9 Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club
3/11 Toronto, ONT Phoenix
3/12 Cleveland, OH House of Blues
3/13 Detroit, MI St. Andrew’s Hall
3/14 Milwaukee, WI The Rave
3/15 Chicago, IL House of Blues
3/16 Minneapolis, MN First Avenue
3/18 Denver, CO The Summit Music Hall
3/19 Salt Lake City, UT In The Venue
3/21 Portland, OR Roseland
3/22 Seattle, WA Showbox at The Market
3/23 Spokane, WA Knitting Factory
3/25 San Francisco, CA The Regency Ballroom
3/26 Los Angeles, CA House of Blues
3/27 Anaheim, CA House of Blues

And these tours are just scratching the surface of what’s ahead in 2011!  This summer will feature huge tours for Katy Perry and NKOTBSB (That’s New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys for those who aren’t on their acronym A-game).  Be sure to catch some live music — it heals the soul and melts the icicles off your ears.


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