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The tour begins in the U.S. on July 6 with a Milwaukee, Wisconsin, performance. The singer will tour extensively in the United States throughout the summer months and into the fall, with his last U.S. show taking place on October 5 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. SuperbTicketsOnline.com has reduced the price of tickets for concert events, and there is no better time than the present to acquire seats.
Many major cities are scheduled for a visit. Some of the locations that have been put on the itinerary include Cincinnati, Dallas, Ridgefield, Quincy, Irvine, Clarkston, Noblesville, Springfield, Hartford, Camden, Virginia Beach, Allentown, Kansas City, Charlotte, Albuquerque, Phoenix, and Chula Vista. On August 14, the talented performer will also entertain Canadian fans in Toronto, Ontario. The entertainer will also perform at Philadelphia's 4th of July Jam before actual tour dates begin. After U.S. shows have taken place, the singer/songwriter will travel to Europe for a number of shows in October.
In 2011, the versatile entertainer needed to put off production of his "Born and Raised" album due to throat surgery that was required. In March of last year, he also had to cancel tour plans due to complications with his throat. The artist is now back to performing and eager to be on the road for the purpose of entertaining his fans and promoting his latest release. Because of unexpected delays, fans are now more eager than ever to obtain John Mayer tickets for upcoming concert events, and shows are certain to be booked solid across America and in other regions of the world where he will perform.
The award-winning singer has toured with many groups over the years, so he is certainly no stranger to traveling and being on the road for long periods of time. His upcoming "Born and Raised Tour" with Phillip Phillips is attracting attention from many fans, especially U.S. enthusiasts. He actually allows audience members to tape the audio portion of his shows and also allows trading of those recordings as long as it is for personal entertainment among fans. He wants his audiences to be able to enjoy the live concert experience long after the show has concluded.