Santana and Earth, Wind & Fire push tour to 2022, including American Family Insurance Amphitheater show in Milwaukee

Another 2021 concert is off the calendar for Summerfest’s renovated American Family Insurance Amphitheater. 

Soccer Mommy Announces 2021 North American Tour

Singer-songwriter Soccer Mommy ( aka Sophie Allison) has announced new tour dates for 2021. The North American shows begin in September and stretch into November; Emily Reo and Squirrel Flower are set to support.

Many of the shows have been rescheduled from 2020, and tickets to the previous gigs will be honored on these new dates.

The Nashville native’s most recent album color theory was released in February 2020 to critical acclaim, but its accompanying tour was postponed due to the pandemic. color theory was the follow-up to her breakout debut album Clean, which was released in 2018.


Genesis Announce North American Reunion Tour

Genesis officially announced their long-rumored reunion tour in March 2020, right before the pandemic became inescapably real and the world entered lockdown. After being postponed twice, their European tour is currently scheduled to kick off in September and October of this year, although those dates are now seeming a little questionable. But in the meantime, Genesis have announced that the reunion tour will indeed be coming to North America in the fall.

Here Are All the Rescheduled 2021 Tour Dates & Festivals

Rescheduled Shows in January

Jan. 28: The SWANS shifted their North American tour dates to January and February. Tickets for the new shows can be found here.

Rescheduled Shows in March

March 5: The Who postponed its U.K. tour to March. See the new tour dates here.

March 12-14: The C2C: Country to Country Festival in London, Dublin and Glasgow ships in its originally scheduled headliners Luke Combs, Darius Rucker and Eric Church for the 2021 edition.

March 17: Shawn Colvin’s 30th-anniversary shows for Steady On will carry on throughout 2021, beginning in March and ending on Jan,

Not every PGA Tour star is chasing mysterious new $40 million prize

Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay are top-10 players in the world. But will they benefit from the PGA Tour's new program?

Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay are top-10 players in the world. But will they benefit from the PGA Tour’s new program?

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It was only fitting that just a few hours after Golfweek reported the PGA Tour’s new $40 million popularity-related prize pool, two top pros unlikely to make the top 10 list addressed the media.

“You all seem to write articles saying that we’re ‘under-the-radar’ or ‘unsung’ or whatever — you guys have better adjectives for that,” Patrick Cantlay told reporters on Tuesday. He was sitting beside Zurich Classic playing partner Xander