On sales this week are lengthy. Joe Bonamassa has 21 shows on sale, and Maroon 5 has three shows. Phish added New Year’s Eve dates at Madison Square Garden with four shows. Garth Brooks added a stop in Tacoma, Washington. 2Cellos went on sale with 10 shows. Jackson Browne added 7 shows. Celebrating David Bowie is touring in the late rockstar’s honor with 13 shows. Simple Plan is going on their 15th Anniversary Tour with 6 shows. Game of Thrones Live Experience has 25 shows on sale. The 2018 NHL Winter Classic went on sale earlier this week. The Big 12 Conference Football Championship is on sale. In addition, the NFL Pro Bowl in Orlando, FL is on sale. For announcements, Ed Sheeran announced his 2018 U.S. stadium tour leg. John Mayer and Dave Chappelle will perform a New Year’s Eve show in L.A. titled “Controlled Danger.” Lastly, Lana Del Rey will tour in support of her latest album. The tour is titled “LA to the Moon Tour,” and Jhene Aiko is opening.
In regards to singles, Chance The Rapper debuted a song on ‘Stephen Colbert’ titled “First World Problems.” BTS released their album last week, and their single “DNA” is a hit. Noah Cyrus collaborated with XXXTentacion for “Again.” Young Thug collaborated with Carnage for “Liger.” Demi Lovato released her album today, and her last single leading up to the release was “Sexy Dirty Love.” Rich the Kid and Kendrick Lamar collaborated for “New Freezer.” Kelsea Ballerini released her first single before her album ‘Unapologetically’ drops in November titled “High School.” Harry Styles covered Little Big Town’s “Girl Crush” for Spotify Singles. For albums, Jhene Aiko surprise-dropped ‘Trip’ last week accompanied by a short film. Macklemore released ‘GEMINI,’ and The Killers dropped ‘Wonderful Wonderful.’
For sports, the NFL protest controversy is discussed as well as a Week 3 Review and Week 4 Preview. College football heats up with Clemson vs. Virginia Tech this weekend. The Presidents Cup gets underway in Jersey this weekend with the U.S. team against the International Team. Lastly, MLB playoffs begin with a Cubs vs. Nationals matchup and a Twins’ playoff berth that makes their last season, losing by 100 games, skyrocket to this season’s playoffs spot.
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