Concert Calendar: The Moody Blues’ “Days Of Future Passed” 50th Anniversary Tour Hits Texas + Don Henley To Top Hurricane Harvey Benefit
The Moody Blues are the first superstar rock band to confirm a 2018 date at the new Toyota Music Factory. Their historic "Days Of Future Passed- 50th Anniversary Tour" will take over the Pavilion's Indoor Theater stage on January 22nd. For long-time Moody Blues fans, this show will be extra special. Justin Hayward, John Lodge, & Graeme Edge will perform the group's most popular tracks during the 1st half of the concert, then dedicate the 2nd portion to playing the entire iconic "Days" album.
A fundraising event for Houston-area victims of the recent massive storm has also just been locked in for November 28th. Don Henley will headline a show also featuring Clint Black & Lyle Lovett. "Helping Texans: A Hurricane Harvey Benefit Concert" will happen at Bass Hall in Fort Worth. Texas businessman Ed Bass is donating the venue & covering production expenses so all the money from ticket sales can be distributed to relief groups working on the recovery efforts in Southeast Texas.
Check out Classic Rock 96-1's updated concert calendar below for what's coming up in & near East Texas:
27th- KISS. Irving Music Factory Pavilion.
29th- Smokey Robinson. Dallas Starplex Amphitheatre.
5th- Tesla. Irving Music Factory Pavilion.
6th- Joan Jett & The Blackhearts. Bossier City Horseshoe Casino.
6th- Tom Jones. Irving Music Factory Pavilion.
7th- The Laid Back Festival, with Lynyrd Skynyrd, & Jimmie Vaughan. Irving Music Factory Pavilion.
7th- Rich Springfield, with Richard Marx. Bossier City Margaritaville Casino.
9th- The Beach Boys. Longview Belcher Center.
10th- Greg Gutfeld. Tyler Cowan Center.
12th- Scorpions & Megadeth. Irving Music Factory Pavilion.
12th- Aaron Lewis. Shreveport Auditorium.
21st- Bob Seger. Frisco Ford Center At The Star.
24th- Lindsey Buckingham & Christine McVie. Irving Music Factory Pavilion.
11/2- America. Tyler Cowan Center.
11/3- Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band. Irving Music Factory Pavilion.
11/4- Kenny Loggins. Bossier City Margaritaville Casino.
11/5- Charlie Daniels Band. Longview Belcher Center.
11/7- Kenny Loggins. Ft. Worth Bass Hall.
11/28- Helping Texans: A Hurricane Harvey Benefit Concert, with Don Henley, Clint Black, & Lyle Lovett. Ft. Worth Bass Hall.
1st- Dead & Company, with Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, & Bill Kreutzmann. Dallas American Airlines Center.
22nd- Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Dallas American Airlines Center.
30th- Robert Earl Keen. Ft. Worth Bass Hall.
11th- The Doobie Brothers. Tyler Cowan Center.
22nd- The Moody Blues. Irving Toyota Music Factory.