Hip-hop superstar Kendrick Lamar — whose seven 2018 Grammy Awards nominations include Album and Record of the Year nods — has announced his “TDE: The Championship Tour” dates. He’ll be accompanied by six other acts who also record for the Top Dawg Entertainment record label, including the innovative R&B singer SZA, who has five Grammy nominations going into next Sunday’s awards fete. Both Lamar and SZA are scheduled to perform during the Grammy telecast.
Brad Paisley, Jason Aldean, Lady Antebellum and Dierks Bentley are just some of the artists who will perform at Mattress Firm Amphitheatre as part of the San Diego venue’s annual Country Megaticket. The discounted concert package, which is billed this year as the KSON Country Megaticket Presented by Pennzoil, is offering deals for six concerts between June and October at the largest outdoor concert site in San Diego County.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Darryl Hall and John Oates arel mounting a four-month concert tour with Train that will feature individual sets by each band, followed by a grand finale in which both will perform side by side. Whether or not this will result in any live mash-ups of their respective hits — “Drops of Maneater” or “Out of Soul Sister Time,” anyone? — remains to be seen. A yet-to-be-announced opening act will be added to the lineup at a later date.
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