The tour will be ticking off on July 12th in Phoenix, Arizona at the Gila River Arena and ends August 9th after three shows in his hometown of Los Angeles.
Travis Scott and D.R.A.M. will open for the whole DAMN. tour and other guests may be announced. Tickets are on sale now for all dates via Ticketmaster. See the dateshere.
The Chicago rapper will no longer appear in Oslo, Norway, Way Out West in Gothenburg, Sweden, HAVEN in Copenhagen, Denmark, and Pukkelpop in Hasselt, Belgium.
However, he will still play the Wireless Festival in London on July 7. "It is with regret that Chance the Rapper has to cancel his upcoming performance at Way Out West and his European festival tour in August," reads a statement. Read morehere.
Other than "Party," which features Gucci Mane and Usher, the record appears to feature free, although it's certainly possible special guests will be revealed at a later date.
The massive release will be the follow up to his 2015 release Royalty. Check out the social media post that includes the full Heartbreak on a Full Moon tracklistinghere.
Additional acts include Camila Cabello, Celine Dion, Drake, Florida Georgia Line, Imagine Dragons, John Legend and Lorde. Many more performers are promised to take the stage and those artists will be announced in the coming weeks.
Drake and The Chainsmokers lead the nominees for the awards show with 22 nods while Twenty One Pilots follow with 17 nominations. Read morehere.
In the clip, Antonoff plays a nervous (and elaborately bedazzled) groom with pre-wedding jitters. He talks through his nerves with a friend before the ceremony begins, and it's populated by a crowd of mannequins. Everything is going as planned until the proceedings take a calamitous turn.
In the middle of the service, his fiancee's former lover (clad in racy black gear) crashes the party, steals the bride and punches Antonoff in the face. It's The Graduate meets Jonathan Demme's Rachel Getting Married meets the films of Wes Anderson--on acid.
Now that Dunhams HBO flagship Girls has wrapped, perhaps she has a second wind as a music video director ahead of her. Watch the video for "Don't Take the Money"here.
Earlier this week, a countdown clock on her website promised big news -- at 9 P.M. EDT, Janet dropped a video message to fans and revealed 55 American tour dates starting in September.
The 55-date tour has been rechristened the State of the World Tour and kicks off September 7 in Lafayette, Louisiana. Despite the tour's title, Janet promises it's 'not about politics. It's about people, the world, relationships, and just love." See the dateshere.
The 5/5 release will be hitting digital retailers and streaming services. The emotional track was co-written by Frank Rogers and Monty Criswell in 2015 a couple weeks following the death of Scotty's grandfather.
McCreery had the following to say, "I've been performing 'Five More Minutes' in my live show every night for almost a year and it always earns a standing ovation.
"Fans have been asking me for months to release it. When Frank, Monty and I got together to write, we talked about all those moments we could've used five more minutes to say 'I love you' or 'goodbye' .it poured out. Now we can get it out to fans on Friday, May 5. 'Five More Minutes' on 5/5 it's fate. And it's my favorite song I've ever written."
"Fear Of Loss" comes from the group's forthcoming EP "Automated People" and the band had this to say about the track, "Fear of Loss delves into the beginning stages of one cycle. Specifically one that happens during the exuberance of youth when all good things electrify you and motivate you toward the thrill of danger."
They will be releasing the 6-track EP on May 12th and will hit the stage at the Subterranean in Chicago that night to celebrate the release .Watch the new videohere.
"When the song was released in the spring of '92 the world, believe it or not, felt much like it does right now," Cyrus says in the announcement. "There were wars and rumors of wars. Famine and darkness was revealing itself much around the globe. People were divided. And politically it felt as crazy across America as it does now.
"Basically, it felt like a good time for a happy song. Something simple that everyone could sing and yes, even dance to. Take your mind off all the heavy stuff for 3 minutes and 27 seconds!" Listen to the new versionhere.
At over $1,000 a ticket, guests showed up to their island getaway festival expecting expensive perks such as sunrise yoga, guided meditation and massages.
Instead, they found the festival grounds strewn with garbage. Rolling Stone reports festival goers were met with feral dogs, shoddy tents, no security or festival workers and Styrofoam-boxed cheese sandwiches.
After festival organizers decided to postpone the weekend and refund tickets, Ja Rule assured the public the festival "was not a scam." Taking to social media, Ja Rule apologized, writing, "I will make a statement soon I'm heartbroken at this moment my partners and I wanted this to be an amazing event it was NOT A SCAM as everyone is reporting I don't know how everything went so left but I'm working to make it right by making sure everyone is refunded I truly apologize as this is NOT MY FAULT but I'm taking responsibility I'm deeply sorry to everyone who was inconvenienced by this." Check out the posthere.
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