Some new shows featuring big name classic rockers have confirmed tour stops near East Texas since we first published our concert calendar last month.  Former Van Halen front man & solo star Sammy Hagar will take the new Irving Music Center stage in September, while Lynyrd Skynyrd is now set to perform at a different Dallas-area venue on May 20th.  

Here's the updated rundown by event date:


May:
5th-  John Kay & Steppenwolf.  Fort Worth Billy Bob's Texas.
11th-  Alice Cooper.  Shreveport Auditorium.
19th-  The Wildflower Arts & Music Festival, with Martha Davis & The Motels, & The B-52s.  Richardson Galatyn Park.
20th-  ZZ Top.  Belton Bell County Expo Center.
20th-  The Wildflower Arts & Music Festival, with Lynyrd Skynyrd, & Night Ranger.  Richardson Galatyn Park.
21st-  The Wildflower Arts & Music Festival, with The Outlaws, & Orleans.  Richardson Galatyn Park.
26th-  U2.  Arlington AT&T Stadium.
27th-  Dennie DeYoung.  Bossier City Margaritaville Casino.

June:
10th-  Jimmy Buffett, with ZZ Top.  Frisco Toyota Stadium. 
16th-  Doobie Brothers & Chicago (co-headliners).  Dallas Starplex Amphitheatre.
16th-  Metallica.  Arlington AT&T Stadium. 
21st-  John Mellencamp.  Grand Prairie Verizon Theater. 
23rd-  Iron Maiden.  Dallas American Airlines Center.
30th-  Boston, with Joan Jett & The Blackhearts.  Dallas Starplex Amphitheatre.


July:
3rd-  Roger Waters.  Dallas American Airlines Center.
8th-  Ted NugentFort Worth Billy Bob's Texas.
11th-  Hall & Oates, with Tears For Fears.  Dallas American Airlines Center.
18th-  Neil Diamond.  Dallas American Airlines Center.
22nd-  Don Henley.  Dallas American Airlines Center.
30th-  REO Speedwagon & Styx (co-headliners), with Don Felder.  Dallas Starplex Amphitheatre.


August:
4th-  Queen, with Adam Lambert.  Dallas American Airlines Center.
11th-  Rod Stewart, with Cyndi Lauper.  Dallas Grand Prairie Verizon Theater.
18th-  Foreigner & Cheap Trick (co-headliners), with Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin ExperienceDallas Starplex Amphitheatre.
19th-  Deep Purple & Alice Cooper (co-headliners).  Dallas Starplex Amphitheatre.
24th-  Lost 80s Live, with Berlin, Naked Eyes, Wang Chung, Cutting Crew, Tommy Tutone, Spandau Ballet, & Information Society.  Grand Prairie Verizon Theater.
25th-  Kansas Shreveport Auditorium.


September:
14th- Sammy Hagar, with Collective Soul.  Irving Music Factory Pavilion.
19th- Steve Winwood.  Irving Music Factory Pavilion.
22nd-  Depeche Mode.  Dallas Starplex Amphitheatre.
27th-  KISS.  Irving Music Factory Pavilion.
29th-  Smokey Robinson.  Dallas Starplex Amphitheatre.


October:

12th-  Scorpions & Megadeth.  Irving Music Factory Pavilion. 

Keep checking back as we'll update the calendar again as more events are booked for the the further we get into the Spring/Summer/Fall concert season.  And as always- please tell us if we missed a venue or particular show so we can add 'em to our list.

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