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TODAY Show Announces 2017 Summer Concert Series

The TODAY Show just announced their annual Summer concert series performers and this year they’ve got some HUGE names coming to the plaza to perform all Summer long!  They’re no strangers to getting the biggest names in music to perform and this year is no different.  Past artists include 5SOS, Dierks Bentley, Shawn Mendes, Celine Dion, Charlie Puth, Fifth Harmony, Fall Out Boy, Nicki Minaj, Hunter Hayes, Jason Aldean, Puff Daddy, and Meghan Trainor.

All concerts take place live from Rockefeller Plaza outside of the TODAY show studios in NYC.  If you plan on attending, we suggest showing up no later than 5am  as there is usually a crowd and entry is not guaranteed even with a Fan Pass. All concerts take place between 7am and 9am and most of the time, you’ll get to see the artists soundcheck as well!

TODAY Show fan passes are available by signing up for the TodayShow newsletter and are the best way to experience these early morning sing alongs.  These passes get you closer to your favorite artists and let’s face it, you’ll always remember that morning when Niall/Harry/Thomas Rhett/Joe Jonas/Halsey serenaded you – not that Wednesday or Friday that you were so well rested for work/school.

Sign up for fan passes HERE and we’ll see you out on the plaza!!  Check out the full line up below.

TODAY Show + Citi 2017 Summer Concert Series
May 9th – Harry Styles
May 15th – New Kids On The Block
May 16th – Zac Brown Band
May 19th – Mary J. Blige
May 26th – Miley Cyrus
May 29th – Niall Horan
June 2nd – Thomas Rhett 
June 9th – Halsey
June 16th – Shania Twain
June 30th – Charlie Puth
July 6th – Ed Sheeran
July 7th – Flo Rida
July 18th – Chris Stapleton
July 21st – DNCE
July 28th – Fitz and The Tantrums
Aug 4th – Brad Paisley
Aug 18th – Hailee Steinfeld 
TBD – Bruno Mars
TBD – Faith Hill & Tim McGraw
TBD – Camila Cabello

Be sure to follow the TODAY Show and Secret Fangirls on Twitter for the latest news on your favorite artists!

Tennis Tuesday: News Roundup

This Week’s Tournament:
Miami Open – Miami, FL USA

Rafael Nadal Plays 1000th Career ATP Match
Nadal played the 1000th match of his career at the ATP World Tour Level at the Miami Open over the weekend.   He defeated Phillip Kohlschreiber 0-6, 6-2, 6-3 to gain his 822nd victory on tour.  The match was just the 3rd time in Rafa’s career that he’s come back to win the match after getting “bageled” in the first.  Nadal takes on Nicolas Mahut in the 4th round in Miami today.   Vamos!

Shania Twain Meets Stan The Man
Our fangirl worlds collided over the weekend when one of our favorite artists, Shania Twain, posted a photo with one of our favorite players, Stan Wawrinka!

Iggy The Iguana Takes Over Miami
Tommy Haas also posted a photo with the now famous “Iggy” the Iguana at the Miami Open.  Haas captured the selfie mid-match, after a giant iguana came onto the court, halting play as linesmen scrambled to catch him.  (He’s a fast one!)

Linesman Frankie Melendez, who eventually caught the iguana, is the real hero.

Jo-Wilfred Tsonga Welcomes First Child
Tsonga announced the birth of his son on social media.  We hope he gets his dad’s amazing hair (and tennis skills!)

The Friday Five: Super Bowl Halftime Shows

It’s Super Bowl time once again and while the ads are fun (remember the Tim Tebow one with the puppies?) the halftime show is what we’re all watching for…right?  Coldplay is set to perform this year, along with some special guests.   In honor of Sunday’s game, we’re throwing it back to our five favorite halftime shows!  Which reminds us:  how have Backstreet Boys not done a halftime show?   Can someone get on that for 2017?

1. *NSYNC, Britney Spears, & Aerosmith – 2001
THE GREATEST HALFTIME SHOW OF ALL TIME.

2. NKOTB – 1991
This one’s for the children.

3. Shania Twain & No Doubt – 2003
Not sure what the theme was here, but what’s not to like?  Shania Twain?  Good.  No Doubt?  Good.  Let’s go football fans!

4. Justin Timberlake & Janet Jackson – 2004
If they had just had *NSYNC perform again, that whole wardrobe malfunction wouldn’t have happened, just saying.

5. Beyonce & Destiny’s Child – 2013
Like JT briefly acknowledged *NSYNC at the VMAs in 2013, Beyonce brought back Destiny’s Child for a hot second at the halftime show the same year.

The Friday Five: Rock This Country With Shania Twain

It’s no secret that everyone loves Shania Twain.  She’s gorgeous, talented, smart, and still one of the top reigning women in pop-country cross over!  Picking just five of her live videos for this list was difficult(as always) but we’ve narrowed it down to Shania’s best live performances from her touring years.  We can’t wait to Rock This Country with Shania this Summer!  The tour kicks off tonight in Seattle.

1. “Man! I Feel Like A Woman”
Live from Las Vegas

2. “That Don’t Impress Me Much”
Live from Las Vegas

3. “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under”
Live from Chicago

4. “Gonna Getcha Good”
Live from Chicago

5. “Any Man Of Mine”
Live from Washington

The Friday Five: Summer 2015 Tours

Livenation kicked of the summer concert season with a huge show in NYC on National Concert Day, May 5th and that got us super excited about all of the huge tours we’re going to!   This week, we’re bringing you our five summer tours we’re the MOST excited about.

1. “The Main Event Tour” ft. NKOTB, TLC, & Nelly
This tour deserves the name “The Main Event” with three huge acts on one stage, one night, the night of a lifetime!  Yahoo!Screen is also streaming the show next Thursday, May 14th at 10pm EST for 24 hours only – if you can resist tuning in, we salute you.

2. “The Wheels Up Tour” ft. Lady Antebellum, Hunter Hayes, & Sam Hunt
If you are a regular reader you know we’ll go pretty much anywhere to see Hunter or Sam.  We were so excited when this tour was announced we literally screamed in a French restaurant.   Tickets for this tour went on sale in waves which drove us nuts waiting for the email with our dates in it but once it arrived, it was wheels up, baby!  If you can score tickets to this tour, you’ll be treated to some extra special in flight entertainment all night long.  After all, we don’t have to go home we can leave the night on.

3. “Rock This Country! Tour” ft. Shania Twain
Shania announced a brand new tour on the heels of her Las Vegas residency coming to a close but she made sure we knew this was her last tour – EVER!  Put on your cowboy boots and get ready to rock this country with Shania!

4. “Dazed & Confused Tour” ft. Jake Miller
When our bae Jake Miller just released his brand new single “Dazed & Confused” and he announced a tour with the same name, we knew we had to be there to see those arms in person – and hear his angelic voice obviously!

5. The Vamps USA Tour
It’s been entirely too long since The Vamps last US invasion and we can’t wait for their first headlining tour here this Summer!  They’re bringing Before You Exit along for what’s sure to be a memorable evening.    We have high hopes that you’ll be lovestruck and will shout about it for weeks to come.

 

Shania Twain Adds New Dates to “Rock This Country” Tour

We were a mix of emotions when Shania Twain announced her “Rock This Country” Tour earlier this year.  It’s her first North American Tour in 12 years!!  But also her last tour, ever.  If your city wasn’t on the list fear not – you still have a chance to Rock This Country with Shania.  She just added 19 new dates to the tour!   The second leg of the tour kicks off in Spokane, WA on September 12th.  Tickets for the new dates go on sale Friday, May 15th.  Make sure to sign up for the newsletter at ShaniaTwain.com for pre-sale info!  

Shania Twain Rock This Country Tour Dates
Sept 12 – Spokane Arena – Spokane, WA
Sept 13 – Moda Center – Portland, OR
Sept 15 – Taco Bell Arena – Boise, ID
Sept 17 – Scotiabank Saddledome – Calgary, AB
Sept 18 – Scotiabank Saddledome – Calgary, AB
Sept 20 – MTS Centre – Winnipeg, MB
Sept 21 – Fargodome  – Fargo, ND
Sept 23 – Premier Center – Sioux Falls, SD
Sept 24 – Pinnacle Bank Arena – Lincoln, NE
Sept 26 – Target Center – Minneapolis, MN
Sept 27 – Kohl Center – Madison, WI
Sept 29 – Peoria Civic Center – Peoria, IL
Sept 30 – Nationwide Arena – Columbus, OH
Oct 2 – PPL Center – Allentown, PA
Oct 3 – First Niagara Center – Buffalo, NY
Oct 6 – Verizon Wireless Arena – Manchester, NH
Oct 7 – Times Union Center – Albany, NY
Oct 9 – Videotron Centre – Quebec City, QC
Oct 11 – Air Canada Centre – Toronto, ON

Previously Announced Dates
June 5 — Key Arena – Seattle, WA
June 7 — Rogers Arena – Vancouver, BC
June 9 — Rogers Arena – Vancouver, BC
June 11 — Rexall Place – Edmonton, AB
June 12 — Rexall Place – Edmonton, AB
June 14 — SaskTel Centre – Saskatoon, SK
June 15 — MTS Centre – Winnipeg, MB
June 19 — Budweiser Gardens – London, ON
June 20 — Budweiser Gardens – London, ON
June 22 — FirstOntario Centre – Hamilton, ON
June 24 — Air Canada Centre – Toronto, ON
June 25 — Air Canada Centre – Toronto, ON
June 27 — Wesley Clover Parks – Ottawa, ON
June 28 — Bell Centre – Montreal, QC
June 30 — Madison Square Garden – New York, NY
July 1 — Nassau Coliseum – Uniondale, NY
July 3 — Mohegan Sun Arena – Uncasville, CT
July 7 — Prudential Center – Newark, NJ
July 8 — TD Garden – Boston, MA
July 10 — CONSOL Energy Center – Pittsburgh, PA
July 11 — Van Andel Arena – Grand Rapids, MI
July 13 — Bankers Life Fieldhouse – Indianapolis, IN
July 15 — Veterans Memorial Arena – Jacksonville, FL
July 16 — American Airlines Arena – Miami, FL
July 18 — Bon Secours Wellness Arena – Greenville, SC
July 19 — Time Warner Cable Arena – Charlotte, NC
July 21 — Verizon Center – Washington, D.C.
July 22 — Wells Fargo Center – Philadelphia, PA
July 25 — Palace of Auburn Hills – Detroit, MI
July 26 — iWireless Center – Moline, IL
July 28 — Target Center – Minneapolis, MN
July 29 — AllState Arena – Rosemont, IL
July 31 — Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TN
August 1 — Philips Arena – Atlanta, GA
August 3 — KFC Yum! Center – Louisville, KY
August 4 — Scottrade Center – St. Louis, MN
August 6 — Wells Fargo Arena – Des Moines, IA
August 7 — Sprint Center – Kansas City, MO
August 9 — Frank Erwin Center – Austin, TX
August 10 — American Airlines Center – Dallas, TX
August 12 — Chesapeake Energy Center – Oklahoma City, OK
August 14 — Pepsi Center – Denver, CO
August 15 — EnergySolutions Arena – Salt Lake City, UT
August 17 — SAP Center – San Jose, CA
August 19 — Honda Center – Anaheim, CA
August 20 — Staples Center – Los Angeles, CA
August 22 — Valley View Casino Center – San Diego, CA
August 24 — Save Mart Center – Fresno, CA

Watch Shania perform “That Don’t Impress Me Much” live from Las Vegas!

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