Legacy RecordingsTime to add some more volumes of NOW That’s What I Call Music! to your collection.
The compilation series will be releasing its 69th volume next month, featuring 16 major hits from artists including Ariana Grande, Camila Cabello, The Chainsmokers feat. Kelsea Ballerini, Bastille and Marshmello, and more.
The album, due February 1, will also include Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s Golden Globe-winning A Star Is Born duet, "Shallow."
On the same day, NOW That’s What I Call Music! 20th Anniversary (Vol. 2) will also be released, featuring a series of fan favorite tunes selected from 20 years of NOW compilations.
Those songs include “Shake It Off” by Taylor Swift, “I Want It That Way” by Backstreet Boys, "Toxic" by Britney Spears, "Counting Stars" by OneRepublic and “Sorry” by Justin Bieber.
Here are the track lists:
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Ariana Grande -- "breathin'" Bastille & Marshmello -- "Happier" DJ Snake f/Selena Gomez, Cardi B. & Ozuna -- "Taki Taki" The Chainsmokers f/Kelsea Ballerini -- "This Feeling" Silk City & Dua Lipa f/Diplo & Mark Ronson -- "Electricity" Calvin Harris & Sam Smith -- "Promises" Loud Luxury f/Brando -- "Body (Armada)" Ellie Goulding f/Diplo & Swae Lee -- "Close To Me" LSD -- "Thunderclouds" Shawn Mendes & Zedd -- "Lost In Japan (Remix)" Khalid -- "Better" Camila Cabello -- "Consequences" Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper -- "Shallow (Radio Edit)" Dan & Shay -- "Tequila" Lauv f/Julia Michaels -- "There’s No Way" lovelytheband -- "Broken"
Now Presents What’s Next:
George Ezra -- "Shotgun" Jack Samson -- "Slow 3" The Accidentals -- "Heavy Flag" Sasha Sloan -- "Older"
NOW That’s What I Call Music! 20th Anniversary (Volume 2)
Taylor Swift -- "Shake It Off" Britney Spears -- "Toxic" Kesha -- "Tik Tok" Ariana Grande feat. Iggy Azalea -- "Problem" Jennifer Lopez feat. Pitbull -- "On The Floor" Justin Bieber -- "Sorry” Jason Derulo -- "Want To Want Me” Chris Brown feat. Juelz Santana -- "Run It!" Nelly -- "Hot In Herre" Destiny’s Child -- "Survivor” *NSync -- "Pop" Pitbull feat. Christina Aguilera -- "Feel This Moment" Katy Perry -- "Roar" Pink -- "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)" Ne-Yo -- "Let Me Love You" Usher -- "U Got It Bad" Backstreet Boys -- "I Want It That Way" Lady Gaga -- "Million Reasons" OneRepublic -- "Counting Stars" Imagine Dragons -- "Thunder"
ABC/Craig SjodinWe don't know if Katy Perry will be releasing new music in 2019, but now we know that she'll be playing at least one concert. She's one of the headliners for the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, which takes place April 25-28 and May 2-5 in the Big Easy.
Katy tweeted, "The funny thing is, I already had @jazzfest in my calendar for a music and food tour of one of my favorite cities, but now I'll get to work off those calories on stage!"
Katy will perform at the festival on April 27. Among the more current acts on the bill: Pitbull, Ciara, Logic, Lauren Daigle, Leon Bridges, The Revivalists, Alanis Morissette and the Dave Matthews Band.
The lineup also includes rock acts like The Rolling Stones, Bob Seger, The Doobie Brothers, Santana and Van Morrison, and R&B veterans like Earth, Wind & Fire, Chaka Khan, Al Green, Gladys Knight and The O'Jays.
Credit: Jon HoegLovelytheband will hit the road this spring on a North American headlining tour. The run kicks off March 26 in Peoria, Illinois, and will stretch all the way into June.
Tickets for the tour, which will feature support from Flora Cash and Jagwar Twin on select dates, go on sale this Friday, January 18 at 10 a.m. local time via lovelytheband.com.
Lovelytheband will be touring behind their debut album finding it hard to smile, which features the band's breakout hit "broken," as well as the singles "these are my friends" and "maybe, i'm afraid."
Here are lovelytheband's North American headlining tour dates:
3/26 -- Peoria, IL, Monarch Music Hall 4/17 -- Portland, OR, Wonder Ballroom 4/19 -- Vancouver, BC, Imperial 4/20 -- Seattle, WA, Neptune 4/23 -- Salt Lake City, UT, The Depot 4/24 -- Colorado Springs, CO, The Black Sheep 4/26 -- Omaha, NE, Slowdown 4/27 -- St. Louis, MO, Delmar Hall 4/28 -- Minneapolis, MN, Varsity Theater 4/30 -- Indianapolis, IN, Deluxe @ Old National Center 5/1 -- Chicago, IL, House of Blues 5/2 -- Toronto, ON, The Mod Club 5/3 -- Cleveland, OH, House of Blues 5/6 -- New York, NY, Irving Plaza 5/7 -- Boston, MA, Paradise Rock Club 5/8 -- Baltimore, MD, Baltimore Soundstage 5/9 -- Charlotte, NC, The Underground 5/10 -- Atlanta, GA, Buckhead Theater 5/11 -- Nashville, TN, Cannery Ballroom 5/13 -- New Orleans, LA, House of Blues 5/15 -- Austin, TX, Scoot Inn 5/16 -- Dallas, TX, House of Blues 5/21 -- Los Angeles, CA, The Fonda Theatre 5/22 -- San Francisco, August Hall 5/23 -- Sacramento, Ace of Spades 5/25 -- Santa Ana, CA, Observatory 6/20 -- Pittsburgh, PA, Stage AE 6/21 -- Detroit, MI, Majestic Theater
Getty Images via ABCAll is not right in the Fenty family.
Rihanna sued her father Ronald Fenty on Tuesday, claiming he is “seeking to trade on her hard-earned success” for his own profit.
The lawsuit, filed in federal court in Los Angeles, is seeking a cease-and-desist order and damages.
The singer accused Ronald Fenty and his business partner of giving the public the “false impression” that their talent and entertainment booking business, Fenty Entertainment, is affiliated with Rihanna and is authorized to represent her.
“Although Mr. Fenty is Rihanna’s father, he does not presently, nor has he ever, had the authority to act on Rihanna’s behalf, or had the right to use her name,” the lawsuit said.
The lawsuit cites several instances where Mr. Fenty and his business partner attempted to arrange for Rihanna to make appearances around the world, without her knowledge or approval. Among the misrepresentations: a booking for a $15 million tour in Latin America and two shows -- one at Staples Center in Los Angeles and one at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas -- for $400,000.
“Defendants are aware of the falsity of these statements and have been repeatedly told to stop,” the lawsuit said. “Notwithstanding these warnings, Defendants continuously and repeatedly made and make these misrepresentations.”
The damages the singer is seeking were not specified, but the lawsuit said, “Rihanna has suffered and will continue to suffer substantial damage and irreparable harm in an amount to be proven at trial.”
Cameron Spencer/Getty ImagesA year ago, Adele caused a sensation by dressing up like Dolly Parton on Instagram. Now, she's dressed up as yet another pioneering female of country music: the late June Carter Cash.
June Carter Cash, who was married to the late country icon Johnny Cash, was a musician and songwriter in her own right, and a member of country's famed Carter Family group. A dancer, actress, author and philanthropist, she won five Grammys and co-wrote Cash's classic hit "Ring of Fire." She died in 2003.
Adele dressed up as Carter Cash in an old-fashioned high-necked lavender dress and a brunette wig, and as a prop, she held an autoharp, one of the instruments the late singer played. She captioned the photo, "June Carter Cash," with a heart emoji.
It's not known why Adele dressed up in the costume, but she took the picture in what looks to be the same location as she took the Dolly Parton photo. Maybe Adele has a friend who throws a costume party around the same time every year, in the same place?
Conor McDonnellSince her 2015 album Delirium,Ellie Goulding has been releasing one-off collabs – the most recent one being “Close to Me” with Diplo and Swae Lee. But now she’s gearing up to release her follow-up album, which will be out sometime this year.
Ellie tells Billboard her new release will move away from the collaborations and will be more focused on her own voice.
“This album is definitely a return of some sorts, because it's very much written by me,” she says. “It's much less collaborative than the last album. It has much more clarity and space.”
She adds, “This album is the album of my voice, and my songwriting, and that's kind of what I've always wanted to do.”
As for the album’s sound, Ellie says there will be electronic and hip-hop influences, as well as “the music that I grew up listening to and that I'll never be able to shake off.” That music ranges from classical, to dance music, to songs by Joni Mitchell and Bjork.
“I've always had my own interpretation of what's happening in pop music,” she says.
Ruven AfanadorSam Smith's got a sense of humor: Following surgery on his eye to treat a painful stye, he posted a photo of himself wearing a jaunty eye patch -- with the caption "Stye with me."
OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder sure thought it was funny: He reposted the photo to his Instagram Story with the caption, "Best post on the Internet 2019."
Sam had been complaining about the stye for several days on social media. Earlier this week, he posted a photo of himself eating a huge bowl of ice cream, with the caption, "Been feeling sorry for myself all day because my f****ng eye is in agony and getting worse and worse."
He also posted several photos of himself with a red, swollen eyelid on his Instagram Story, before documenting the run-up to his surgery.
"So. I’m getting it operated on in 20 minutes," he wrote on his IG story. "I’m f***ing scared and also super hyped that I get to wear this pirate patch."
After posting a photo of himself in the doctor's office with a surgical cap, making a "woe is me" gesture, he wrote, "I'm being super dramatic. It's like a 15 minute operation LOL."
Jaclyn Martinez/Courtesy of AK Worldwide, IncAlicia Keys knows a thing or two about the Grammys, having won 15 of them herself. Now it's been announced that she'll be taking the stage at next month's telecast, not to perform, but to host the proceedings.
"I know what it feels like to be on that stage, and I’m going to bring that vibe and energy," says Alicia in a statement. "I'm so excited to be the master of ceremonies on the biggest night in music and celebrate the creativity, power and, magic. I'm especially excited for all the incredible women nominated this year! It's going 'UP' on February 10!"
Alicia posted a lengthy video in which she's seen on the phone receiving the offer to host, and then excitedly telling everyone in her family, including her mom, her husband Swizz Beatz and her two sons, one of whom asks, "What's the Grammys?" We then see her getting dressed and ready to film promos for the Grammys. At one point, all 15 of her trophies are seen lined up on a piano.
"Look at this, these are my actual babies, y'all!" she marvels. "Like, my actual babies! Ahhh! See them lookin' all pretty up there? I mean, that's pretty sick!"
In the video, Alicia notes of the gig, "I feel like it's the perfect opportunity for me to give the light back, lift people up, especially all the young women who are nominated. To me, it feels like sister vibes. And who's the best sister on Planet Earth? Me!"
The 61st annual Grammy Awards air February 10 on CBS, live from Los Angeles.
Travis SchneiderBefore Maroon 5 was officially confirmed to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show, a petition urging them not to take the gig attracted over 85,000 signatures on Change.org. But now that the band has confirmed that it will indeed be performing at the game in Atlanta February 3 -- along with rappers Travis Scott and Big Boi -- the petition has changed its focus.
Now renamed "Tell the Artists to #Take A Knee," the petition states, "There's one way they can still redeem their reputation with their fans. Maroon 5, Travis Scott and Big Boi: take a knee during your set."
It continues, "Show the hundreds of millions of people watching that you stand in solidarity with [Colin] Kaepernick and all players who protest police brutality. Use this opportunity to force the NFL to change their policy."
Kaepernick, who was previously a quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, spearheaded the current movement of players protesting racial injustice in the U.S. by kneeling during the national anthem before football games. Kaepernick filed a grievance against the NFL in October of 2018, alleging that NFL team owners colluded to keep him out of the league because of his protests.
While urging people to sign, the organizers are taking credit for Maroon 5 allegedly having trouble convincing any other artists to perform at the Super Bowl with them, and for Travis Scott demanding that the NFL match a $500,000 donation to a social justice organization before he'd agree to play.
"The halftime show is forever changed, thanks to the conversation we helped create," reads the petition.
In other Maroon 5 news, the band performed Monday night at the inauguration of Illinois Governor J.B Pritzker, though none of the band's seven members actually hail from that state.
ABC/Paula LoboRyan Tedder is feeling the pull of Hollywood: The OneRepublic frontman tells Forbes that in addition to music, he’s lining up new projects in TV and film, including a top-secret project with a "well-known actress."
Ryan admits that being on screen has been a dream of his since he was a kid, but he's only been able to make it a reality recently. He signed an exclusive deal with NBC about a year ago and has been developing a show called Songland, which will start airing in May. He's an executive producer, but he'll also be on camera.
“It's all about music; it's pulling back the curtain on songwriting and producing for the first time,” he says. “It's like what the Food Network did for food; this does for the songwriting process. Every episode has a different well-known artist. I love doing it."
Ryan says he’s also being courted by the movie industry.
“I'm definitely not stopping OneRepublic but I recently also got asked to co-executive produce a film with a very well-known actress and her production partner...I'm not at liberty to say who that is right now, but it'll be a musical,” he says. “So, I'm loving this, man.”
But in addition to film and TV projects, Ryan promises more music from OneRepublic this year too, telling Forbes the band will "do an album, if not two albums, in 2019." And on top of all that, he's still managing to carve out time to work with other artists.
He says, “You know, I'm still percolating and doing records with Ed Sheeran and Paul McCartney and Major Lazer and Pink, some of the Jonas Brothers and some urban guys, kind of all over the musical map."
Rasmus Weng Karlsen"Love Someone," the latest hit by Lukas Graham, sounds like a typical love ballad, but the chorus speaks to one of Lukas' very real fears: that one day, despite his best efforts, something bad might happen to his girlfriend or his daughter.
The lyrics to the song go, "If you love someone/And you're not afraid to lose 'em/You probably never loved someone like I do," and Lukas tells ABC Radio they sum up how his viewpoint has changed since he became a father to two-year-old Viola.
"I didn't know that that's how it felt!" says Lukas. "Like, when my mom said, like, 'Oh, well, once you have a kid, you're worried forever'...[now] I get these 'what-ifs.'"
"Elevator shafts are scary things now!" he adds, admitting he sometimes wakes up in the middle of the night, gasping in fear of what terrible things might happen to Viola and his girlfriend Rillo.
"[Like], I'm on the 19th floor, and for the first time, it bothers me," he laughs. "It's a long way down if there's an emergency -- and you start thinking, WHEN there's an emergency!"
And it isn't just his family that Lukas worries about these says.
"I became afraid of losing good friends," he reveals. "Like, I tell my friends I love them now when I'm on the phone with them. Like, 'Hey, I love you. I love you a lot, bro.'"
But on the bright side, Lukas says, it shows that he's finally becoming more mature.
"That is to me the magnificence of growing up, in the sense that you stop being self-conscious about being honest with people if you love them," he explains. "Give them a hug. Compliment them. Tell them you love them!"
Andrew Lipovsky/NBC/NBCU PhotobankAs if it wasn't exciting enough that Ariana Grande is headlining Coachella, Variety now reports that she'll also be the main stage act for that other big music festival: Lollapalooza.
Sources tell Variety that come August, Ariana will be performing in Chicago's Grant Park as part of the 2019 edition of legendary festival. However, the official announcement won't come until March.
According to Variety, Ariana has actually been in talks to headline Lollapalooza for several months, and the booking was in the works before the Coachella spot was even discussed. In fact, sources tell Variety that Ariana only got the call for Coachella at the last minute, after Kanye West dropped out as a headliner when the festival wouldn't meet his staging demands.
As previously reported, Ariana's Sweetner North American tour schedule has been rearranged to allow for the Coachella performances, and is now slated to wrap up July 13. However, multiple sources insist to Variety that the early August performance at Lollapalooza is a go.
ABC/Image Group LAKaty Perry was a very naughty schoolgirl back in the day.
In a post on her Instagram Story over the weekend, the singer revealed the hilarious reason why she got suspended in the 6th grade, when she was a student at Santa Barbara Christian School. She posted a screenshot of the 1996 suspension report after finding it at her parents’ house.
"At the 2:00 p.m. recess, Katy and four other students were in an 'off-limits' area (behind the backboards) practicing a skit," the report reads. "Katy pretended that a tree was Tom Cruise and began making sexual motions (pelvic thrusts) to the tree."
The report goes on to detail other incidents involving Katy’s conduct.
"On October 17, she was called into my office to discuss her use of inappropriate language ('p***ed off' and calling 3rd grades 'brats') and using the Lord's name in vain (saying, 'oh my God'),” the report says.
It continues, “She has also admitted being previously involved in playing 'Spin the Bottle' and 'Truth or Dare' which resulted in students kissing on the cheek. She was told then that any more inappropriate behavior would result in a suspension."
Katy also sparked scandal by “doing the Macarena dance” and wearing “crop tops” to school.
Katy captioned the Instagram post, "WHEN I WAS SUSPENDED IN 6TH GRADE FOR HUMPING A TREE AND I GUESS OTHER STUFF."
In other Katy news, on Sunday, she wished her boyfriendOrlando Bloom a happy 42nd birthday, calling him "the kindest and cutest man I’ve had the pleasure of spending time with."
ABC/Heidi GutmanZedd was treated like a king in Las Vegas this weekend.
Omnia Nightclub Las Vegas at Caesars Palace – where "The Middle" star frequently performs – hosted an extravagant bash for DJ/producer on Friday.
According to New York Post’s Page Six, the party cost $100,000 and featured a massive ball pit, a money machine party cube and a hot tub full of Dom Perignon Champagne. There was also gladiator-style jousting, live human statues and an oversized throne.
“Omnia just likes to do everything bigger and better and lead the nightclub scene, which was the reason for the party,” a rep for the nightclub tells Page Six.
“We figured, who better to do it for than Zedd, who is a resident headliner that sells out and is always a good sport! This was the first of its kind and in the middle of the club of all things, which is unheard of.”
Ethan Miller/Getty Images via ABCDrake may be the latest star heading to Las Vegas for a lucrative residency.
Thursday night, rumors began to swirl of a possible Sin City run after Drizzy performed at the Wynn's XS Nightclub in Vegas and teased that the set wouldn't be the last they'd see of him.
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the rapper told the crowd “Vegas, when I came back, I thought it’d be back at T-Mobile Arena…but I’ll be back here at XS all year."
He added, "You’ll have a lot of chances to see me."
The OVO head honcho further added to the speculation by sharing a cryptic Instagram post on Friday. Alongside a photo of himself performing onstage at XS, Drake captioned the snapshot "New home."
Sources tell the paper that the Scorpion rapper has agreed to perform over 12 shows at the ritzy nightclub over the span of the next two years. Drake reportedly scored two million dollars for his performance last week, and is expected to rake in nearly $25M by the completion of his contract.
If Drizzy were to actually take on a Las Vegas residency, he would join the likes of Lady Gaga, Britney Spears, Mariah Carey, The Backstreet Boys and Jennifer Lopez, who've all cashed hefty checks for their past and present stints in Sin City.
Frazer Harrison/Getty ImagesLady Gaga can’t say enough good things about her A Star Is Born director Bradley Cooper, so you might assume that they'd want to work together again. Well, they might, but Gaga's not talking about it.
Gaga told reporters backstage at the Critics’ Choice Awards Sunday that she’d love to collaborate with Cooper on future projects, but those plans will remain “in a locked box” for now.
“Bradley, I am convinced, will be making many future films and brilliant ones,” she says in the video clip posted to Deadline. “I would of course be very happy and lucky to be working with him again. But, you know, the truth is, he's my friend and I want him to create the art and cast the actresses and cast the cast the way that he wants.”
She continues, “I will always be supportive of him in whatever way he chooses to go, and I feel the same way from him. We talk about future films for me, he gives me advice. He’s wonderful, but as far as future collaborations, I guess that’s going to stay a secret in a locked box somewhere.”
But whether she works with Bradley again or not, Gaga says she “will definitely continue acting.”
“I love acting,” she says. “I loved acting on American Horror Story as the Countess for Ryan Murphy, and I loved acting in A Star Is Born for Bradley Cooper. It was a tremendous experience, and I want to continue to do more, but I am a bit spoiled. I’ve had some fantastic directors and fantastic visionaries.”
Gaga picked up the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Song and tied for Best Actress with Glenn Close.
Republic RecordsAfter one week at #1, Halsey's "Without Me" has been replaced by two guys who are pretty familiar with the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100.
"Sunflower," Post Malone and Swae Lee's collaboration from the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse soundtrack, has taken over the #1 spot. It's Posty's third #1 hit, and Swae's first as a solo artist. He previously hit #1 with "Black Beatles," as half of the duo Rae Sremmurd.
Billboard notes that Swae Lee is the first artist since 2016 to score a #1 hit as a solo artist after previously topping the chart as a group or a duo. The last artist to do it was former *NSYNC member Justin Timberlake with "Can't Stop the Feeling!"
In addition, "Sunflower" is the first #1 hit by two male artists who are sharing equal billing in close to 27 years. The last one was George Michael and Elton John's "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me," back in 1992.
Halsey shouldn't feel too badly, though: She just hit the top 10 with another song: "Eastside," featuring Khalid and Benny Blanco.
Dennis LeupoldElle King is going to Shake the Spirit in even more cities.
The singer has added additional dates to her North American headlining tour. The new spring leg will kick off April 11 in Tallahassee, Florida and wrap up on May 30 in Santa Barbara, California. She’ll hit 30 cities, with special guest Barns Courtney joining her for most of them.
Tickets and VIP packages go on sale Friday, January 18 at 10 a.m. local time. Check ElleKing.com for more details.
Here’s a list of the spring dates:
4/11 -- Tallahassee, FL, The Moon 4/12 -- Fort Lauderdale, FL,Tortuga Music Festival 4/13 -- Jacksonville, FL, Mavericks 4/16 -- Athens, GA, Georgia Theatre 4/18 -- Columbia, SC, The Senate 4/19 -- Norfolk, VA, The NorVA 4/20 -- Richmond VA, The National 4/23 -- Portland, ME, State Theatre 4/24 -- Albany, NY, Upstate Concert Hall * 4/26 -- Cleveland, OH, Masonic Auditorium 4/27 -- Pittsburgh, PA, Stage AE 4/29 -- Cincinnati, OH, Bogarts* 4/30 -- Asheville NC, Orange Peel 5/2 -- Knoxville, TN, The Mill & Mine 5/5 -- Houston, TX, White Oak Music Hall* 5/6 -- Austin, TX, Stubb's* 5/7 -- Dallas, TX, House of Blues * 5/9 -- Louisville, KY, Mercury Ballroom 5/10 -- St. Louis, MO, Delmar 5/11 -- Indianapolis, IN, Deluxe @ Old National Center 5/13 -- Omaha, NE, Sokol Auditorium 5/14 -- Kansas City, MO, The Truman 5/16 -- Boulder, CO, Boulder Theatre 5/17 -- Salt Lake City, UT, The Depot 5/18 -- Boise, ID, Revolution Center 5/20 -- Seattle, WA, Neptune 5/21 -- Vancouver, BC, Commodore Ballroom 5/23 -- Portland, OR, Crystal Ballroom 5/25 -- Napa, CA, BottleRock Festival 5/29 -- San Diego, CA, House of Blues 5/30 -- Santa Barbara, CA, The Granada Theatre
Ariana Grande's Sweetener tour is getting rearranged to accommodate her Coachella shows.
According to Billboard, 10 of the dates on the tour have changed. The tour was originally scheduled to end June 26, but it's now been extended to July 13 so Ari can reschedule her shows in Chicago, Columbus, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Milwaukee, St. Paul, Denver, and Salt Late City. All those concerts were originally going to take place in April.
The singer has also outright canceled her concert in Omaha and Raleigh.
Dave MeyersThe Sweetener tour starts March 18 in Albany, NY. Ariana performs at Coachella April 14 and April 21. The final date of the North American leg of the tour will be July 13 at the Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah.
In other Ariana news, she's gotten a new tattoo of her favorite Pokémon character, Evee, over the weekend. She showed off the new ink on her Instagram Story, with the caption, "I've wanted this for so long."
On Sunday, prior to posting a photo of the tattoo, a fan asked her on Twitter which games she had on her Nintendo Switch. She wrote, "Honestly. Yesterday I had a day off and I played Pokémon Let’s Go Eevee for fifteen hours. Honestly."
Here are Ari's rescheduled tour dates:
3/18 -- Albany, NY, Times Union Center 3/20 -- Boston, MA, TD Garden 3/22 -- Buffalo, NY, KeyBank Center 3/25 -- Washington, DC, Capital One Arena 3/26 -- Philadelphia, PA, Wells Fargo Center 3/28 -- Cleveland, OH, Quicken Loans Arena 3/30 -- Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena 4/1 -- Montreal, QC, Bell Centre 4/3 -- Toronto, ON, Scotiabank Arena 4/5 -- Detroit, MI, Little Caesars Arena 4/14 -- Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival 4/21 -- Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival 4/25 -- Edmonton, AB, Rogers Place 4/27 -- Vancouver, BC, Rogers Arena 4/30 -- Portland, OR, Moda Center 5/2 -- San Jose, CA, SAP Center 5/3 -- Sacramento, CA, Golden 1 Center 5/6 -- Los Angeles, CA, STAPLES Center 5/7 -- Los Angeles, CA, STAPLES Center 5/10 -- Los Angeles, CA, The Forum 5/11 -- Las Vegas, NV, T-Mobile Arena 5/14 -- Phoenix, AZ, Talking Stick Resort Arena 5/17 -- San Antonio, TX, AT&T Center 5/19 -- Houston, TX, Toyota Center 5/21 -- Dallas, TX, American Airlines Center 5/23 -- Oklahoma City, OK, Chesapeake Energy Arena 5/25 -- New Orleans, LA, Smoothie King Center 5/28 -- Tampa, FL, Amalie Arena 5/29 -- Orlando, FL, Amway Center 5/31 -- Miami, FL, American Airlines Arena 6/1 -- Miami, FL, American Airlines Arena 6/4 -- Chicago, IL, United Center 6/5 -- Chicago, IL, United Center 6/7 -- Nashville, TN, Bridgestone Arena 6/8 -- Atlanta, GA, State Farm Arena 6/10 -- Charlotte, NC, Spectrum Center 6/12 -- Pittsburgh, PA, PPG Paints Arena 6/14 -- Brooklyn, NY, Barclays Center 6/15 -- Brooklyn, NY, Barclays Center 6/18 -- New York, NY, Madison Square Garden 6/19 -- New York, NY, Madison Square Garden 6/21 -- Washington, DC, Capital One Arena 6/22 -- Boston, MA, TD Garden 6/24 -- Philadelphia, PA, Wells Fargo Center 6/26 -- Toronto, ON, Scotiabank Arena 6/29 -- Indianapolis, IN, Bankers Life Fieldhouse 7/1 -- Columbus, OH, Schottenstein Center 7/5 -- Milwaukee, WI, Fiserv Forum 7/6 -- St. Louis, MO, Enterprise Center 7/8 -- St. Paul, MN, Xcel Energy Center 7/11 -- Denver, CO, Pepsi Center 7/13 -- Salt Lake City, UT, Vivint Smart Home Arena