The Boston Red Sox will battle the Baltimore Orioles for three games starting Friday night. Head out to Fenway Park on September 21-23 to see Dustin Pedroia and the rest of the Red Sox take on their division-rivals. The Orioles are currently fighting with the New York Yankees for first place in the division. As the Orioles haven’t made the playoffs since 1997, this is an important game for them. Boston is out of the playoff hunt but is positioned to play a spoiler in the series. (more)
As the summer winds down, the number of concerts put on at outdoor amphitheaters does too. While that means the show must go on rain or shine, it does muster up a little sadness about having to be cooped up indoors for a concert for the next six months. But no need to sink into hibernation just yet, the Comcast Center’s grand finale concert on September 25th will be put on by none other than country’s finest- Toby Keith.
Although he’s been on tour for most of the last three months, Keith is not ready to call the summer quits yet- his American Ride tour wraps up on October 15th in Oklahoma after playing fourteen dates up the East Coast. Celebrating his eighth consecutive year at the “Ford Truck Man”, Ford presented this American Ride concert, Keith playing even bigger venues and more locations throughout the US than he did in 2009. For his first return to Massachusetts since hosting this year’s Boston Pops 4th of July Spectacular, which drew more than a half-million Americans in person and millions more to the telecast, Toby Keith will be promoting his upcoming album- the 15th full-length studio album of his career- titled Bullets in the Gun.
Available as a Deluxe Edition, Bullets In The Gun will be released Oct. 5, with four live tracks in addition to the standard album. The four songs, recorded during the impromptu “Incognito Bandito” show at the Fillmore in New York City, are Johnny Paycheck’s “11 Months And 29 Days,” Waylon Jennings’ “I’ve Been A Long Time Leaving (But I’ll Be A Long Time Gone),” Roger Miller’s “Chug-A-Lug” and Gordon Lightfoot’s “Sundown”. Keith also took part in co-producing and writing all 10 new songs. Toby also wrote two songs by himself, including the lead single “Trailerhood,” which is moving quickly to the top of the charts.
With the end of the summer concert schedule coming to a close, Mansfield’s Comcast Center is by no means slowing down its big name lineup. Beginning next week, the Comcast Center will host the Jonas Brothers for a two night extravaganza featuring their Camp Rock co-star Demi Lovato for the first night, August 25th. The Jonas Brothers have broken out of the boy-band brand by proving themselves to be a close-knit threesome of song-writing brothers that emulates a modern day Beatle-mania (with shrieking tweens and all) while conquering the television world with a hit fictional sitcom “JONAS” and the summer spinoff of High School Musical, Camp Rock. Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas have even made names for themselves individually, one getting married and one branching out to form his own rock band. Paul McCartney himself even recently invited the Jonas Brothers to cover a Beatles song at the White House, performing “Drive My Car”. Their headlining tour will be a sign of everything the Jonas Brothers have accomplished in the five-year span of their career while reflecting on the limitless future that lies ahead of them.
One of the most sought after live bands in the country, the Rascal Flatts are among the largest grossing touring groups in the music industry- well known for their live shows that been known to weave special effects, video and pyrotechnic into their ever-changing set lists. Over the course of their ten-year career, the Rascal Flatts have taken country music and made it their own, creating a more accessible image and sound to the genre we so fondly refer to as country. Releasing Greatest Hits Volume 1 in the fall of 2008, wrapping up with their latest hit cover song, “Life is a Highway” and a second greatest hits two-disc collection in October 2009 featuring a live disc, the Rascal Flatts have come full circle in ten years, reflecting on their success while refusing to take a backseat in the country world. The band has been touring all summer and will be wrapping up their tour with a sold out show at the Comcast on September 19th. 15 of the 18 dates left of their amphitheater tour are already sold out. (more)
The Comcast Center in Mansfield, MA is prepared to play host to a number of artists through the rest of 2010. Check below for featured artists ready to take center stage at the 20,000 capacity outdoor amphitheatre.
Dave Matthews Band will arrive in Mansfield for two shows on June 7th and 8th as part of their 2010 North American tour. They are currently on the road to further promote their latest studio album Big whiskey and the GrooGrux King. Featuring singles “Funny The Way It Is”, “Why I Am,” and “You and Me,” the album reached platinum status and attained the top spot on the Billboard 200 charts after it’s release in June of 2009.
Jimmy Buffet’s Under the Big Top tour will light up the Comcast Center for a pair of concerts as well on June 17th and 19th. Parrotheads should expect to hear their beloved “Big 8″ classics and also some new material from his new studio project Buffet Hotel.
The venue will then welcome Brooks & Dunn the following week during their final string of shows. In 2009 the duo had announced to end their run with the release of #1′s And Then Some. Other country acts to perform at the Comcast include Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts and Toby Keith.
Popular country singer Toby Keith will be playing at the Comcast Center in Mansfield, MA on Sunday, July 26th. Known for his trademark goatee and cowboy hat, Toby Keith has always been an icon among the modern country world. He has been recognized as the 2003 American Country Music Awards Entertainer of the Year, the 2004 Favorite Male Artist for Country Music, and the 2005 Billboard Music Awards Top Country Artist. Don’t miss your opportunity to see Toby Keith live, as he is making his way to every major city in the U.S. this summer.
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Just weeks into the cross country “Biggest & Baddest Tour”, Toby Keith has added more dates and released a new single. “She Never Cried in Front of Me” was realeased digitally this week. His previous single “She’s a Hottie” spent its 18th straight week in the Billboard Hot Country top 40 chart.
Keith is touring in support of last year’s Big Dog Daddy, this summer’s Toby Keith’s 35 Biggest Hits, and a few new tunes from the soundtrack to the film Beer For My Horses, due in theatres next month. The new Southwest shows will run the tour through the middle of September.
18 Ridgefield, WA – Clark County Amphitheater
19 Auburn, WA – White River Amphitheatre
20 Spokane, WA – Spokane Arena
24 Paso Robles, CA – California Mid-State Fair
25 Mountain View, CA – Shoreline Amphitheatre
26 Las Vegas, NV – Mandalay Bay
27 Stateline, NV – Harvey’s Outdoor Arena
31 Maryland Heights, MO – Verizon Wireless Amphitheater St. Louis
1 Tinley Park, IL – First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
2 Noblesville, IN – Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
3 Burgettstown, PA – Post-Gazette Pavilion
8 Scranton, PA – Toyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain
9 Bristow, VA – Nissan Pavilion
10 Hartford, CT – New England Dodge Music Center
15 Virginia Beach, VA – Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
16 Camden, NJ – Susquehanna Bank Center
17 Mansfield, MA – Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts
21 Meadville, PA – Crawford County Fair
22 Holmdel, NJ – PNC Bank Arts Center
23 Darien Center, NY – Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
28 Syracuse, NY – NY State Fair
29 Allentown, PA – The Great Allentown Fair
30 Essex Junction, VT – Champlain Valley Exposition
1 St. Paul, MN – Minnesota State Fair Grandstand
5 Dallas, TX – Superpages.com Center
6 Woodlands, TX – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
7 Selma, TX – Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
11 Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Amphitheatre
13 Cuyahoga Falls, OH – Blossom Music Center
14 Clarkston, MI – DTE Energy Music Theatre
18 Albuquerque, NM – Journal Pavilion
19 Englewood, CO – Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre
20 West Valley City, UT – USANA Amphitheatre
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