"I'd like to return the favor by coming to YOU."
Pittsburgh metal band Code Orange announced that they would livestream their album release show from an empty concert venue on Saturday. Other artists are also exploring the option.
BTS, Green Day and Stormzy have also cancelled tour dates in Asia in response to the spread of coronavirus.
The One Direction alum's appearance on NBC's Today Show stirred up fans with excitement both on Twitter and in person, despite a rainy New York morning.
The latest BTS concert tour will include 15 dates in the U.S. and Canada, with tickets available from February 5.
The show, 'Fire Fight Australia,' will take place on February 16 in Sydney, Australia.
BTS opened their set with a series of holiday carols.
"Madonna's Madame X concerts previously scheduled for November 30th, December 1st and 2nd at the Boston Center Wang Theatre are canceled due to doctor's orders, said Live Nation, who is handling the tour's promotion, in a statement on Wednesday. "We are sorry and regret the disappointment to fans in Boston."
ASAP Rocky spent a month in a Swedish jail over the summer following a street brawl with a man in Stockholm.
"Kelly Clarkson: Invincible" will kick off at the Zappos Theater inside Planet Hollywood in 2020.
The international tour, "An Evening With Whitney," is scheduled to launch in Mexico in January.
Joana Sainz Garcia, 30, died after a pyrotechnics disaster near Madrid.
Kim Taehyung first coined the phrase during the group's 3rd Muster—a fan club event—back in November 2016.
He may be known as American Idol's most recent runner-up, but Alejandro Aranda has already shattered expectations for reality talent show finalists and is making a name for himself.
"American Idol" runner-up Alejandro Aranda is becoming quite the traveling musician following his run on the reality talent show.
Just because you couldn't make it to the desert doesn't mean you have to miss all the 2019 Coachella Music Festival action.
Former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly relayed a bizarre tale of his Baby Boomer experience alongside "narcissistic" millennials and their smartphones during Monday night's sold-out Fleetwood Mac concert at Madison Square Garden.
"You can say whatever you want, but we aren't going to help you turn this into a political rally," the concert-venue manager told Newsweek.
"We recently got invited to perform at Coachella, which was unbelievable and we're really, really excited, and I guess we thought it would just be the right timing to kick off our US tour," said Rosé.
Parents of students at a Cincinnati middle school were incensed by a letter sent home saying that Afros and dreadlocks would be banned from an upcoming winter concert, and that girls should visit a cosmetologist the night before the event.
A New Orleans concert venue is offering a $3,500 cash reward to identify the person distributing a racist, Nazi swastika flyer for a "whites only" concert event.
"The album's title is 'Egypt Station,' so there might be a little clue there. It might be a grand show, I don't know."
"She came down the stairs and gave me a big, long hug."
"She's watching TV, so God forbid she sees all of this 'Aretha's dead,' so I don't want to dampen her spirits."