Now that spring has sprung, is looking ahead to exciting new events across the country. From the hottest music stars to your favorite sports teams to the best performances in arts and theatre, our guide to Spring 2019 events offers something to appeal to every attendee. Don’t miss your chance to see the events everyone is talking about: get tickets today, right here on!



Lizzo w/Tayla ParxMay 12–13

One of the most exciting performers to come along, hip-hop artist Lizzo has been having an epic year. She’s touring with the multi-talented Tayla Parx, who has co-writing credits for the hit songs “Thank U, Next” and “Dirty Computer.”

BTS World Tour “Love Yourself: Speak Yourself”May 18–19
The biggest pop act on the planet comes to MetLife Stadium for two shows. The K-Pop septet is known for catchy tunes like “I Need U” and “Blood Sweat Tears.”


Head out to the ballpark and root for your hometown team during the Subway Series. First two of the four scheduled games between the Mets and Yankees will be June 10 and June 11 at Yankee Stadium. Yankees fans, catch a home game against the Tampa Bay Rays on May 17 and May 18 to see two of the top teams in the league in action.


In May and June, legendary New York comedian Jerry Seinfeld will be in residency at the Beacon Theatre.

“People” magazine called “Tootsie: The Musical” the “most anticipated musical of the year, and at the rate tickets have been selling, “Tootsie” may also become the biggest Broadway show of the year.

“Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Farewell Tour” is your chance to say goodbye to this hilarious, outspoken and big-hearted character before she retires from the stage.



Judas Priest: FirepowerMay 22–23, May 25

The British heavy-metal band Judas Priest is touring in support of its 18th album, “Firepower”: expect scorching hot new tunes and classics. Catch them at Riverside Theatre in Milwaukee for two shows, May 22–May 23, or at the Rosemont Theatre in the Chicago area on May 25 .

Ariana Grande: Sweetener World TourJune 4–5, July 5

In early 2019 singer Ariana Grande took over the top three spots on the charts with “7 Rings,” “Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored” and “Thank U, Next” — a record no one has matched since the Beatles did it in 1964. Catch her in Chicago in June, in Milwaukee in July, and on August 1 at Lolla.


Chicago always shows up to support their favorite teams. Cubs fans will want to see their team playing against top rival the Cardinals, while White Sox fans will head to Guaranteed Rate Field to see their hometown heroes take on the Detroit Tigers on April 26, April 27 and April 28. Many believe, however, the rivalry that matters most to fans is between the Cubs and White Sox. Get tickets now for the 2019 Crosstown Classic Cup games.


Not only is Chicago a baseball town, it’s a funny town with a vibrant, diverse comedy scene that includes stand-up, improv and sketch shows nightly. This spring, two of the biggest comics in the business are in town: Eddie Izzard is bringing two shows to the Chicago Theatre and Adam Sandler is making a rare visit.

With the revival of the Tony Award-winning musical “Rent,” a  new generation has a chance to experience one of the theater’s most bold, vibrant and important shows.



Blackpink World TourApril 17

Highest-charting female K-pop group Blackpink is taking the US by storm with their great style, great hooks and great choreography.

P!NK: Beautiful Trauma World TourApril 13, April 15, April 19
P!nk puts on a spectacular show combining song, dance and aerial thrills in support of her Beautiful Trauma album.


Enjoy the ultimate Championship experience at the 2019 US Open at the prestigious and historic Pebble Beach golf course, June 10–June 16.

The 2019 NBA Playoffs will soon be underway. Look for the Golden State Warriors to dominate.


The world’s most popular musical, “Les Miserables,” is back with new staging and scenery.  See it at one of the greatest landmarks in Los Angeles, the Hollywood Pantages Theatre.

In the mood for stand-up? Catch the multi-talented outrageous, audacious Marlon Wayans live and unfiltered at Ontario Improv in May.



Carlos SantanaApril 19

Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Carlos Santana is touring in celebration of the anniversaries of his blockbuster “Supernatural” album and his legendary Woodstock appearance.

Leon BridgesApril 19

Four-time Grammy-nominated singer Leon Bridges is bringing his unique soul sound to Miami Beach. His charismatic live performances are a tour-de-force of musical showmanship not to be missed!


ESPN calls the Tampa Bay Rays the most exciting team in baseball. Catch them against top rival the Boston Red Sox.

It’s too early to call whether the Miami Heat or Orlando Magic will make the first round of the 2019 NBA Playoffs. Check for tickets once games are announced.


“Dear Evan Hansen” is winning fans — and selling out — everywhere. This touring production is currently getting rave reviews in Ft. Lauderdale and heads to Orlando in mid-April.

The musical that changed everything, “The Lion King,” is bringing theatrical magic to West Palm Beach with amazing scenery, fabulous costumes and masks and your favorite songs.

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