Toto joins the Journey tour playing PPG Paints Arena


Toto is the new opening act for classic rockers Journey on a tour visiting PPG Paints Arena on February 22.

Toto, famous for hits like “Africa” ​​and “Hold The Line,” will replace originally scheduled opener Billy Idol on all Journey dates, according to a Wednesday press release.

Idol announced that he had to pull out of the tour due to a chronic sinus infection requiring surgery in the coming days.

“I am absolutely disgusted that I cannot perform the upcoming dates with Journey as planned,” said Idol.

The local concert calendar is constantly updated.

Monday’s announcements included jam band Gov’t Mule at the Roxian Theater in McKees Rocks on April 11 and Erie at the Warner Theater on April 15, and country-rock band Whiskey Myers at the UPMC Events Center in Moon on May 1. .

On Tuesday, it was revealed that acclaimed UK rockers Wolf Alice will perform at Stage AE on April 1.

Highlights of the concert schedule:

Petersen Event Center

February 14: Ghost & Volbeat

February 25: Alt-J and Portugal. The man

March 7: taming the impala

March 8: Ben Platt

March 12: Tyler, the creator

April 2: Toby Mac

April 3: For King & Country

April 14: Jack White

April 21: Bill Burr

May 9: Lamb of God and Megadeth

May 11: Deftones

May 18: AJR

October 6: Killers

Tyler, The Creator has a concert on March 12 in Pittsburgh.

UPMC Events Center

March 10-11: Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias

April 7: Immobile in white, married in black veils

April 26: Lil Durk

May 1: Myers Whiskey

PPG Paint Arena

February 8: Billie Eilish

February 17: Reba McEntire

February 18: Mercy Me

February 19: Imagine Dragons

February 22: Travel

February 23: Chris Tomlin

February 25, John Mayer

March 1: Tool

March 26: The Eagles

April 1: Trevor Noah

April 4: Justin Bieber

May 1: Jim Gaffigan

June 18: Ringo Starr

July 6: Roger Waters

July 19, New Kids on the Block

July 20: Shawn Mendes

July 22: Perfect Guy

July 29: Rage Against The Machine

August 31: Twenty-one pilots

Billie Eilish headlines the PPG Paints Arena.

Mr. Smalls Theater

February 14: Jamestown Revival

February 24: The Cadillac Three

March 1: Son Volt

March 9: Joshua Radin

March 15: Parquet

March 18: Animal Collective

March 26: Perfume genius

March 29: Circle Jerks

March 31-April 1: They Might Be Giants (sold out)

April 2: Soccer Mommy

April 8: Sierra Farrell

April 19: Houndmouth

April 24: Lights

April 29: Cat Power

May 19: Built to overflow

May 22: King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard

September 7: Mail

Son Volt returns to the Mr. Smalls Theater in Millvale.

club cafe

February 18: Los Straitjackets

February 19: Clem Snide

February 20: Neal Francis

February 23: David Wax Trio

March 3: David Archuleta

April 19: James McMurtry (sold out)

Palace Theater

February 4: Gordon Lightfoot

February 5: Donnie Iris

February 10: Martin Barre plays the classic Jethro Tull

February 18: Tracy Byrd and Aaron Tippin

February 19: second show by Donnie Iris

March 9: Loverboy

March 11: America

March 12: Chris Janson

March 24: Martina McBride

April 3: Boyfriend

April 15: Kenny Wayne Shepherd

April 16: Al Stewart

April 22: Eric Johnson

April 28: Jefferson Starship

April 29: Clay Walker

April 30: Steve Hackett

May 8: Lewis Black

May 11: David Foster

May 22: The Spinners

June 6: Trace Adkins

July 26: Hanson

September 9: Steven Wright

November 7: Steve Vai

November 13: WASP

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Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall

February 12: Sam Vulcano

February 15: Andy Grammer

February 25: Letterkenny Live

March 2: Todd Rundgren, Christopher Cross, Denny Laine playing the Beatles.

March 5: William Shatner

March 14: Toto

March 16: Henry Rollins

March 18: Christone “Kingfish” Ingram

March 30: Colin Hay

May 6: Valerie June

May 12: Marc Maron

May 21: Eels

June 4: Nikki Glaser

June 26: Zombies

November 10: Richard Marx

December 2: Dave Landau

Jergel’s Rhythm Grid

February 14: Neal Morse Band

February 16: Stephen Pearcy

February 17: Bettye Lavette

February 20: Gaelic Storm

February 26: Lauren Alaina

March 8: Devon Allman Band

March 15: Adelitas Road

June 4: Steve Earle

Stage AE

February 2: Greensky Bluegrass

February 3: Dillon Francis

February 5: The War on Drugs

February 9: Lucy Dacus

February 12: Goose

February 14: Louis Tomlinson

February 16: Yungblud

February 18: Beach house

March 1: about surviving

March 4: Ministry

March 5: Kid Laroi

March 11: The Wonderful Years

March 12: Khruangbin

March 16: Saint Paul and the Broken Bones

March 19: May Day Parade

March 27: Brockhampton

March 29: Mitsky

April 1: Wolf Alice

April 5: Bright Eyes

April 8: Kip Moore

April 28: Steel Panther

April 30: Girl Talk (outdoor)

May 9: Testament

May 13: Hot Chip

May 27: The Head and The Heart (outdoors)

May 28: The Commonheart (outdoors)

June 3: Pride on the Shore Festival

June 4: Bon Iver (outside)

June 8: Lord Huron (exterior)

August 8: Andrew Bird with Iron & Wine (outside)

August 15: Dispatch and OAR (outside)

August 18: Kid Laroi (outside)

August 19: Avett Brothers (exterior)

September 22: Goo Goo Dolls (outdoor)

November 12: AFI

Roxian Theater

February 4: Ryan Hurd

February 9: iDKHOW

March 11: Hippopotamus Campus

March 18: Manchester Orchestra

March 29: Bob Weir and the Wolf Brothers

March 31: Jerry Cantrell

April 3: The Menzingers

April 10: Brian Culbertson

April 11: Gov’t Mule

June 11: Bastille

October 17: airborne toxic effect

Heinz Hall

March 20: Alice Cooper

April 14: The Temptations and The Four Summits

June 22: Ben Folds

Byham Theater

February 22: Punch Brothers

April 20: Amos Lee

June 2: Chelsea Handler

Benedum Center

February 18: Darius Rucker

April 5: “The Bachelor” live on stage

Manchester Craftsmen Guild

February 26: David Sanborn

March 12: Dee Dee Bridgewater

March 19: Antonio Carols Jobim with strings

March 25-26: Jazz at Lincoln Center with Wynton Marsalis

April 2: SFJazz Collective

April 30: Stefon Harris and Blackout

May 21: Arturo O’Farrill and the Latin Jazz Orchestra

Thunderbird Cafe

February 25: Buffalo Rose

March 18: Gary Numan

March 26: Cactus flowers

April 5: Will Hoge

April 15: Sonny Landreth

May 16: Midlake

Pavilion at Star Lake

May 14: Foo Fighters

July 5: Backstreet Boys

July 6: Santana

July 9: Doobie Brothers

July 14: Thomas Rhett

July 15: Matchbox Twenty

July 21: Morgan Wallen

July 22: Chicago with Brian Wilson & Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin

August 6: Kid Rock

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Cabin crew fleet

August 11: Billy Joel

August 12: Def Leppard, Motley Crue

September 16: Elton John

Heinz field

June 11: Kenny Chesney

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Casino of the rivers

February 19: The Marshall Tucker Band

March 12: Ron White

March 26: Andrew Schulz

April 23: Gladys Knight

May 14-15: Thunder from Down Under

Scott Tady is the local entertainment reporter for the Beaver County Times and Ellwood City Ledger. He is easy to reach at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter at @scotttady

Scott Tady is the local entertainment reporter for the Beaver County Times and Ellwood City Ledger. He is easy to reach at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter at @scotttady


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