The Red Hot Chili Peppers are officially back on tour and the beloved band just kicked off the next leg of their world tour.
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Rod Stewart canceled a tour date six hours before the show, citing a viral infection that irritated his throat.
The 78-year-old singer was scheduled to play at Geelong in Australia, part of his “A Day on the Green” tour. Cyndi Lauper and Jon Stevens were the support acts.
Concert producers Live Nation and Roundhouse Entertainment said details on a makeup or refund will be announced next week.
Stewart posted his apologies to Instagram.
“Hello my friends,” he wrote. “I’m absolutely downhearted that I’m disappointing my fans who bought tickets to A Day On The Green. Late this morning I was advised that I have a viral infection and my throat is too irritated to sing. I’m only human and sometimes get sick just like you do. My greatest joy is performing for you, so I’m doing everything I can to get on the mend and get back on stage.”
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The Red Hot Chili Peppers are officially back on tour and the beloved band just kicked off the next leg of their world tour.
50 Cent on tour.Not for long though — the popular rapper that brought the world “In Da Club,” “Candy Shop,” “21 Questions” and many more is playing just two shows this year.On March 31, the Grammy winner is taking his hits to Mashantucket, CT’s Shrine at MGM Grand Foxwoods.The next night, April 1, the “Get Rich Or Die Tryin'” star will perform at Everett, MA’s Memoire at Encore Boston Harbor.That’s it.Want to see Fifty live?If so, it’ll cost you more than 50 Cent(s) but prices are fairly reasonable.At the time of publication, we found last-minute tickets going for as low as $80 before fees on Vivid Seats for the March 31 gig.April 1 tickets start at $127 before fees.All prices are subject to fluctuation.Although 50 only has two shows scheduled at the moment, many of the biggest rappers around have full-fledged tours lined up this year.Here are just five of our favorite hip-hop tours you won’t want to miss these next few months.• Snoop Dogg with Wiz Khalifa and Too $hort• Wu-Tang Clan with Nas• Lil Wayne• Drake• Legendz of the Streetz with Rick RossNot enough concert options? Check out our list of the 52 biggest concert tours in 2023 here.
The new rules, among other things, prevents the region’s new Board from using Disney characters or concepts without express permission from Disney, and even forbids them from use of the name Disney. The rules give Disney broad power sue for any violation, and as an added dig, it states the rules remain in effect in perpetuity; if that clause is found to violate laws against perpetuity, it states the new rules instead remain in effect until “21 years after the death of the last survivor of the descendants of King Charles III, king of England.”Reedy Creek is the former name for the central Florida region where Walt Disney World is located and where, until 2022, Disney held almost total authority.
Taylor Swift shows.For Swift’s third weekend of her ‘Eras Tour,’ she’ll play her three biggest concerts yet on March 31, April 1 and April 2 at Arlington, TX’s 80,000-seat AT&T Stadium, which also happens to be the home of the Dallas Cowboys.And if you’re thinking that ticket prices are cheaper because a) she’s playing more shows than she typically does over a single weekend and b) there are more seats at the venue, well, bless your heart.At the time of publication, the cheapest tickets we could find on Taylor Swift ‘Eras Tour’ tickets in Arlington, TX start at $454 before fees on Vivid Seats.That being said, seeing Swift live might be worth it just for the people watching alone.Swift’s past few gigs have seen celebrities like Laura Dern, Emma Watson, Shania Twain, JJ Watt, Cara Delevigne and more pop up in the crowd.Plus, of course, you’ll be treated to a show-stopping, career spanning performance from Tay Tay herself along with sets from opening acts Muna, Gayle, beabadoobe and Gracie Abrams on select dates.Want to know more about which show makes the most sense to attend?Here’s everything you need to know.We broke down all upper deck, lower deck and floor seats below.(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time.
Andre Portasio said he died "peacefully". The Brit personality made a name for himself in comedy, and television - and later became known for his love of dogs. Paul suffered heart attacks in 2002, 2006 and 2014, and his parents both died of heart issues.
Anthony Joshua will face Jermaine Franklin in London on Saturday night, with his first fight at the O2 Arena since 2016 as he hopes to bounce back from successive defeats to Oleksandr Usyk.
Raw and Smackdown, it’s finally time.On April 1-2, the 39th WrestleMania is headed to Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium and some of wrestling’s biggest names are coming along for the ride to duke it out for WWE glory on the sport’s biggest stage.2023’s main event pits Cody Rhodes against Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal championship.And given the historic nature of this high-profile matchup between these two heavyweights with wrestling in their lineage, fans can get in the door for shockingly affordable prices.At the time of publication, we found some tickets going for as low as $40 before fees for a single-day pass into WrestleMania.Two-day passes start at $182 before fees.Want to know more about the Rhodes vs. Reigns matchup, predictions and why Wrestlemania is so huge?Keep reading.
Jazz Tangcay Artisans Editor Friends of Oscar-winning makeup artist Greg Cannom have set up a GoFundMe page after major health issues and setbacks have led to soaring medical bills. Cannom, whose career spans over four decades and is a mastermind in prosthetics, has been nominated for 14 Oscars. He has won four Oscars in best hair and makeup for his work on “Dracula,” “Mrs. Doubtfire,” “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” and “Vice.” So far, over $21,000 has been raised as Cannom suffers from poor health and is no longer able to work and care for himself. According to the GoFundMe, Cannom’s health issues began with shingles, which resulted in permanent nerve damage to his lower legs, making walking difficult and painful. A Staph infection on his ankle never healed properly and spread to his foot, leading to a partial amputation.Late last year, Cannom’s health deteriorated and he remains in the hospital.
Taylor Swift live in Las Vegas.The 12-time Grammy winner is playing back-to-back nights at Allegiant Stadium as part of her ongoing ‘Eras Tour’ on March 24 and March 25 and tickets are not cheap.At the time of publication, the lowest price we could find on seats for the two concerts was $502 before fees on Vivid Seats.To be fair, that’s almost $1000 cheaper than it would cost you to see Adele who has her final two shows of her ‘Weekends With Adele’ residency at Caesars Palace at the same time.That being said, if you attend a Swift concert you will be treated to a career-spanning greatest hits set list, outfit changes, stage dives and maybe even a dancing security guard.In short: yes, it’s worth every penny to see the “Lavender Haze” singer live.Want a complete breakdown of how much it costs to see Swift perform from the upper deck all the way down to floor seats?Keep reading, Swifties.We’ve got everything you need to know below from prices to opening acts to insider Tay Tay tips.We broke down all upper deck, lower deck and floor seats below.(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time.
Last week, Rod Stewart confirmed that he had pulled out of an appearance with Cyndi Lauper as he contracted a viral infection that affected his ability to sing.However, on Thursday, the 'Maggie May' hitmaker revealed a series of gigs that he would be playing during the summer – and he would be joined by another music icon. Taking to his social media pages, Rod confirmed that he would be appearing alongside Boy George and Culture Club for a series of six dates running from 24 June to 6 July.WATCH: Rod Stewart shows off his best dance moves in hilarious clipAlongside a poster with the news, Rod penned: "I'm absolutely thrilled to be sharing the stage with my dear old friend, Boy George & Culture Club for this run of special summer shows.DISCOVER: Inside Rod Stewart's family tree - his eight children revealed"I'm excited for them to join me on what is sure to be a memorable set of concerts at a variety of special venues – some that I've been away from for a long time and some that I've never played before - football, cricket and rugby stadiums, estates and castles!"He concluded: "We'll all be dancing under the stars.
’90s Con.After previously being scheduled to appear at the nostalgia-filled convention, “The Amanda Show” alum, 36, dropped out due to an undisclosed illness.The company behind the event, That’s4Entertainment, revealed the news on their Instagram Story on March 17, Connecticut Insider reported.Bynes was set to reunite with her “All That” castmates Kel Mitchell, Danny Tamberelli, Lori Beth Denberg and Kenan Thompson.The “Kenan and Kel” stars, both 44, shared a sweet message for Bynes regarding her absence.“I’ve just been praying for her,” Mitchell told Entertainment Tonight at the convention. “It’s awesome to see she’s doing better.
Amanda Bynes did not attend ’90s Con with the cast of “All That” due to an unknown illness.
Sad news for fans hoping to see Amanda Bynes at ’90s Con.
Sir Rod Stewart said he been forced to cancel a performance in Australia due to being told he has a “viral infection”. The 78-year-old singer-songwriter, who has had six number one hits in the UK charts including Baby Jane and Maggie May, was due to sing at the venue A Day On The Green in Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong. He posted a statement on Twitter that he was “absolutely downhearted” to be “disappointing” fans and is working hard to return to the stage.
Sir Rod Stewart has been forced to cancel an upcoming performance in Australia due to a mystery illness. The 78-year-old was due to play in the city of Geelong alongside his support acts Cyndi Lauper and Jon Stevens, as part of his ongoing A Day On The Green tour.
Sir Rod Stewart has sold his 2001 Ferrari 550 Barchetta at auction for over £300,000. The Maggie May singer joined the likes of Simon Cowell and actor Will Ferrell selling their luxury motors at the Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale Auction.
It is absolutely no secret that Rod Stewart is a huge Celtic fan and, even from the other side of the world, he is still shouting about his team from the rooftops.
following the death of his wife Tiffany last year. Tiffany was diagnosed with Hodgkin Lymphoma - a form of blood cancer - shortly after the birth of daughter Maisie in 2014. Three years later she was told her illness would be terminal and, despite being told she was in remission in 2018, lost her fight with the disease at the age of 35.
Nightdive Studios has announced that the developer’s upcoming System Shock remake has been delayed, moving from a planned launch in March to a PC release in May.In a statement published today (March 14), Nightdive Studios announced that the PC version of System Shock will launch on May 30.“We had hoped to bring the game to market by the end of March, but that turned out to be just beyond our reach; we are after all merely human (unlike Shodan!),” added the developer.As for what the remake entails, Nightdive’s latest announcement says it has “taken the classic gameplay from the original game and added stunning HD visuals, revamped controls, and a totally new interface.”The studio added that it will also feature new enemies and a fresh hacking system.The System Shock remake was funded by Kickstarter backers in 2016, and the game has been delayed multiple times since development started.In 2022, Nightdive Studios said the game “can essentially be finished from beginning to end” already, but it wants to release the remake in the best state possible.In January, the studio confirmed that System Shock‘s remake was still on track for its now-delayed March release date, and shared a fresh look at the game’s upcoming dismemberment system.NME got to preview System Shock in September, and said that it will be “worth the wait” when it arrives.“1994’s System Shock was a UI-heavy point-and-click adventure, while this remake plays out like the games that it inspired,” reads our preview.
The executive producers of the 2023 Oscars, Glenn Weiss and Ricky Kirshner, gave an interview about the show and revealed some interesting information in THR.