Filed under: Justin Bieber | Tags: Justin Bieber, My World 2.0, tickets, tour
Justin Bieber fans have been waiting for his summer tour, and it has finally arrived. Kicking off in Hartford, Bieber stopped at nothing less than spectacular to provide a great show. MTV wrote on what his first concert on this My World 2 Tour was like. It seems well worth the money!
Lights went down, glow sticks went up and lots and lots of screaming commenced as a clip of Justin Bieber playing video games plays flashed above the stage, before the teen dream finally appeared in person. Dressed in all-white, the teen idol showed off some karate moves, whipping the crowds into a frenzy as he opened with “Love Me.” Little did they know that a few high kicks would be the least of his stunts on Wednesday, the opening night of his My World 2.0 summer tour.
Bieber made his way to center stage to sing “Bigger.” He demonstrated his pop-and-lock skills before asking the crowd, “What’s up? We do it all for you guys!”
He then slowed it down a bit, using his sugary-sweet R&B-tinged voice for “U Smile.” For “Runaway Love” he did some chair choreography reminiscent of the Backstreet Boys’ “As Long as You Love Me” video.
“I’m feeling real good, how about you all?” he asked. “I see a lot of beautiful girls out there.” In order to see those ladies better, Bieber broke out his acoustic guitar as he sat in a heart-shaped cage that was lifted above the crowd. He played “Never Let You Go” while suspended in the air, followed by “Favorite Girl.”
He then got to what has become a favorite moment in his shows. “The one thing I do when I get to every city is find one less lonely girl,” he told the room before bringing a lucky fan onto the stage, giving her roses and singing “One Less Lonely Girl.”
For his next stunt, during “Somebody to Love,” Bieber and his dancers took to the air and Bieber pretended to climb the side of a building and spray-paint it.
He slowed down the pace a bit for “Overboard,” which features opening act Jessica Jarrell. The girls went crazy when they held hands for part of it. He asked the ladies, “Isn’t she amazing? You guys are amazing.”
After leaving the stage, Bieber came out again and treated the crowd to “Up” as he descended from the ceiling in a cage. Following a break, he performed “One Time” and “That Should Be Me.” He even sat down at the drums for “Walk This Way.”
Then Sean Kingston joined Bieber onstage for their party-ready collabo, “Eenie Meenie.” “Down to Earth” was the last song of the set. But to no one’s surprise, Bieber returned for an encore.
“I couldn’t just leave you guys,” he said, before singing “With You” a cappella. Then he gave the girls what they wanted: “Baby.”
At the very end, mentor Usher showed up, said a quick “hi” to the fans and retreated backstage. Bieber soon followed and the night came to a close.
What song are you dying to see Justin Bieber sing live? Talk about it in the comments.
Filed under: jonas brothers | Tags: camp rock 2, demi lovato, Final Jam, jonas brothers, movie, not doing well, poor ticket sales, sale, show, tickets, world tour
It seems as though not only did the last Jonas Brothers album do poorly, but their concert ticket sales for their upcoming world tour are not selling well either. Could it be that the Jonas Brothers craze is finally settling down?
The last album the brothers put out, ‘Lines, Vines, and Trying Times’ was released to poor reviews and even worse sales, bringing in less than a quarter million album sales the first week. Youngest brother, Nick Jonas, brought in even worse sales for his solo album, with 80,000 purchases. After their 3D movie fail, and two unsuccessful albums, it was inevitable and no surprise that their tour sales would go down as well.
After playing free shows for any fans that would show up in major cities, the Jonas took on a new world tour in promotion for their upcoming Disney film, Camp Rock 2. Sharing the stage with their co-star, Demi Lovato, the world tour sounded promising, but quickly proved otherwise.
Within three weeks of tickets being on sale, all of their concert tickets stopped selling the seats with service fees, a move the Jonas said, to help all of their fans afford the show. With thousands of open seats still available despite the change and lower price, tickets are still open, and not bought.
No word on what will happen if a majority of tickets are still un-sold at the time of the performance, but one thing is for sure, the Jonas Brothers are no longer at the height of their careers.
Filed under: Justin Bieber | Tags: dates, Justin Bieber, My World, tickets, tour
Justin Bieber has been promising the announcement of additional dates of his ‘My World’ tour, and it seems the 16-year-old pop star has kept his promise. The second leg of the U.S. run was announced today, and will hit over 35 additional cities, bringing fans more opportunities to see JB perform live.
The second leg of the tour will begin on September 5 in Timonium, Md. and wrap up on December 23 in Atlanta, Ga. One dollar from each ticket sold will be donated to one of Justin’s favorite charities, Pencils of Promise, an organization that helps to build schools in developing countries. The Canadian singer hopes to build 15 schools around the world with the help of his concert ticket sales.
The first leg of the ‘My World’ tour was announced in March, and sold out within minutes. A pre-sale for the second leg will begin on June 9 at noon, while the public sale will being on Friday, June 11 for the Canadian shows and Saturday, June 12 for the remainder of the tour dates. Three VIP packages will be available during the pre-sale for the most die-hard Bieber fans.
Filed under: jonas brothers | Tags: jonas brothers, live nation, no fees, ticketmaster, tickets
Live Nation is eliminating service fees for reserved and lawn seats purchased in June for shows at its 50 amphitheaters. Live Nation CEO said: ‘This is every show in every amphitheater. Basically, our entire summer inventory.’ About 60% of fans said dropped fees were the deciding factor in purchasing.
Jonas Brothers are offering fee-free tickets to their tour and promoting with a fanclub show Wednesday in Washington. Nick said: ‘With the tough economy, my brothers and I wanted to do something. We have a close relationship with our fans, and this is one way to help them out.
Growing up our family financial situation wasn’t that great, and we’d have to refrain from going to concerts.’ Kevin Jonas Sr., added: ‘I’ll speak as a dad. It can be difficult to buy one ticket, much less three or four. When you eliminate any fees, it makes it much more possible.’
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Convention, eclipse, los angeles, meet the cast, tickets, twilight
Next month, Summit Entertainment’s official Eclipse convention will take place at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in L.A., and Twi-hards are in for an extra special treat. Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner will all be on hand to attend a panel event on Saturday, June 12.
Other stars scheduled to appear at the event include: Booboo Stewart, Christian Serratos, and Michael Welch, among others. The three-day convention will take place from June 11-13, and, according to its official Web site, will include celebrity panel discussions and the unveiling of exclusive footage. Attendees will also get to participate in contests, auctions and presentations from major Twilight fan sites.
Unfortunately, Rob, Kristen and Taylor won’t be able to hang out for photo opportunities or autographs surrounding their panel event, but fans are still promised an action-packed Twilight-themed weekend. And with just two weeks until the premiere of Eclipse on June 30, the convention is a perfect way to get psyched for the movie. Tickets are available now atTwilightConvention.com.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Arenas, north america, She & Him, tickets, tour, Tour Dates
She & Him, Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward’s band, have released their new album, “Volume Two” today.
“What makes the album so distinctive isn’t just the sound of her voice, the quality of her songwriting, or even the resourcefulness of his arrangements, but their joint insistence that these old sounds have as much to say nowadays as they ever did.”
- Pitchfork, on Volume Two
2010 TOUR DATES
A number of recently announced shows (including nine new North American shows in May and June 2010) are on sale now! Make sure to click here to visithttp://www.sheandhim.com/#/shows and see the latest tour information as it becomes available.
Thursday, March 25 @ Los Angeles, CA – El Rey Theater – Sold Out
Saturday, March 27 @ Savannah, GA – Savannah Music Festival – Sold Out
Monday, March 29 @ New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom – Sold Out
Tuesday, March 30 @ New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom – Sold Out
Thursday, April 15 @ Pomona, CA – The Glass House – Sold Out
Friday, April 16 @ Indio, CA – Coachella – Buy Tickets
Friday, May 28 @ Santa Cruz, CA – Rio Theatre – Buy Tickets
Saturday, May 29 @ Oakland, CA – Fox Theatre – Buy Tickets
Sunday, May 30 @ Bend, OR – Les Schwab Amphitheatre – Buy Tickets
Monday, May 31 @ Quincy, WA – Sasquatch Music Festival – Buy Tickets
Friday, June 4 @ Milwaukee, WI – Verge Music Festival – Buy Tickets
Saturday, June 5 @ Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue – Buy Tickets
Sunday, June 6 @ Royal Oak, MI – Royal Oak Theater – Buy Tickets
Monday, June 7 @ Chicago, IL – Millennium Park – Free
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: concert, Kids Choice Awards 2010, Miranda Cosgrove, Seatfiller, tickets
From OCATV: Miranda Cosgrove (Nickelodeon’s iCarly) is performing a live mini-concert to be taped for the Kid’s Choice Awards and you can attend for FREE!!!
Join us as Miranda performs a few of her favorite songs in front of a live audience next Wednesday, March 24th at the UCLA campus in west Los Angeles. The arrival time is 12:30 PM and will last until approximately 5 PM. The taping of this concert will be used at Nickelodeon’s Kids Choice Awards. The minimum age to attend this show is 12 and the concert is for kids between the ages of 12 and 17. There will be an area for parents to watch from, but only kids between the ages of 12 and 17 will be allowed to take part in the live concert audience. Having said that, all minors must be accompanied to the concert by an adult. Only one adult is needed for each group of minors. For example, a party of three kids between the ages of 12-17 only needs one adult to accompany them to the concert.
For more information and to print free tickets, please use the following link:
Filed under: carrie underwood | Tags: carrie underwood, Play On Tour, tickets
Carrie Underwood just announced she will be kicking off her “Play On Tour” starting in March 2010.
“I am getting so excited about next year as we are currently working through all the big plans for the tour,” Carrie said on her Official Website Thursday. “I cannot wait to perform new music and see familiar faces across the U.S. and Canada!”
You can find out ticket details (which go on sale Friday) via her official site here.
Underwood spent this past year writing and recording for her new album PLAY ON and performed a few select concerts. Her previous tour, 2008’s highly successful “Carnival Ride Tour” wrapped after 137 shows with 1.2 million fans in attendance.
Filed under: selena gomez | Tags: concert, Glamour Magazine, Selena & The Scene, selena gomez, tickets, tour
Selena Gomez rocks a darker look and curly locks for her feature in the November issue of Glamour! magazine. Credi: Selena-Fan.
Tickets for Selena & The Scene’s House Of Blues Tour go on sale today (10.10) which can be purchaced here!
Filed under: Taylor Lautner | Tags: new moon, screening, tickets, twilight
A special screening of their movie The Twilight Saga: New Moon will be held in Knoxville, TN and Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner are confirmed to attend the charity function. On November 17th, Regal Entertainment Group is holding an advance screening benefit with proceeds going to Variety – The Children’s Charity of Eastern Tennessee. To all fans – there is a general drawing for the opportunity to purchase 2 tickets for $100. Here is what you have to do:
A limited number of tickets will be available to the public. A drawing will be held for the opportunity to buy two general admission tickets for $100 each. Registration for the drawing is scheduled from Oct. 9-11 during regular business hours at Regal Cinemas in Knoxville. No purchase is necessary to sign up. However, contestants must be 18 or older, and only one entry per person will be accepted. Complete rules for the drawing will be available at participating theatres.
Winners will be chosen by Nov. 3 and notified by phone. Tickets cannot be resold. At the time of purchase, both guest names will be registered. For entry to the event, valid identification must be shown.
Benefit screening guests will enjoy a catered reception at the Pinnacle. The reception will be held before Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner greet the crowd. After the red carpet reception, attendees will have the honor of being some of the first moviegoers to view “New Moon”.
If you are in Tennessee on those dates in October, go register to win! Good luck to everyone who enters.