It is finally 2019 and many of the artists we love to love are hitting the road for their tours. While you are penciling in all of the times you will go to the gym (resolution high hopes), we thought we would give you a few more things to add to your calendar – some tour dates.

While people like Ozzy Osbourne and Elton John are entering their second year of their farewell tours, some are just getting started and we have the deets!

Styx with Larry the Cable Guy on the sisde

Beginning on Jan. 11 and ending on March 30, this legend will be performing with comedian Larry the Cable Guy for what they’re calling the Laugh. Rock. Seriously tour. Check out dates HERE.


Kiss has finally announced their End of the Road farewell tour, with two North American legs. Check it out HERE.

Fleetwood Mac

The revamped Fleetwood Mac — with Mike Campbell from Tom Petty’s Heartbreakers and Neil Finn of Crowded House replacing Lindsey Buckingham — will continue their lengthy tour in Houston on Feb. 5. Check out the other dates HERE.

John Mellencamp

John Mellencamp will begin on Feb. 7 in South Bend, Ind., and finish up on March 30 in Clearwater, Fla. Bonus- all fans will apparently receive an actual copy of the new record with every ticket purchased. Get to scheduling (click HERE)


Aerosmith. 50th Anniversary. Vegas. Can we stop talking now and start booking? HERE are the dates.

The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones are bringing their No Filter tour to the U.S. Starting on April 20 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, it will be their first show in North America since the dates during the Desert Trip festival in October 2016. HERE ya go.

Judas Priest

Beginning May 3 in Hollywood, Fla., and ending June 29 in Las Vegas- HERE are the dates.

Paul McCartney

After release of the new album ‘Egypt Station,’ in 2018, Paul McCartney will spread out 12 shows between May 23 (New Orleans) and July 13 (Los Angeles). Get tickets HERE.


‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ movie sparked interest in Queen again so they will embark on a six-week arena tour that kicks off July 10 in Vancouver, B.C., and wraps up on Aug. 23 in Charlotte, N.C. All Rusy’s Cool Guitars lovers should get at least one ticket HERE.
Our next blog will have a few dates for some newer bands throughout the year to keep you connected to the live music scene, but we think this little list should help you book some classic music escapes from what life has to offer you in 2019.
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