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Everything We Know About The New BTS Album and 2022 Tour
It’s official: BTS have announced a release date for their new album. The new BTS album, following 2020’s BE, will arrive June 10, 2022. Additional details have finally been announced, making clear that the new BTS album will be an anthology record titled Proof. The anthology album will album include three new songs, the first ...Read More →
How to Sell Coldplay Tickets
Trying to sell your Coldplay tickets, but don’t know where to start? We’ve got you. This blog will go into a step by step guide to selling your Coldplay tickets, why selling on TickPick is a great option, and any other ticket selling info you’ll need. Selling your tickets is easier than it seems. There’s ...Read More →
Coldplay 2022 Tour | Tour Dates & Ticket Info
The British superstar band Coldplay has just announced a summer 2022 North American tour in support of their newest album, Music of the Spheres. This is one of the most anticipated tours in years, so fans of the band who’s responsible for huge hits like “Viva La Vida” and “The Scientist” will be doing everything they ...Read More →
Will Coldplay Tour ‘Everyday Life’ in 2020?
First, there were the mysterious, faux-antique images dispersed throughout major cities around the globe. Then, there were the social media updates, notably the band’s profile images changing into depictions of a sun and moon. It’s been long rumored that Coldplay has been working on their experimental album during this extended hiatus—one which began after 2015’s ...Read More →
Concerts in NYC, May 2014 | 15 Concerts You Shouldn’t Miss
Ok, so we know we said a few weeks ago that the second half of April was the best two weeks for concerts we’d seen this year…But that was before we saw the first two weeks of May. You can still catch some of those end-of-April shows, so feel free to peruse that ol’ blog ...Read More →