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Rod Stewart announces 2024 tour dates. Get tickets today

Rod Stewart still has gas left in the tank.Although the 78-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer’s children have begged him to retire, he’s going back on the road in 2024.As of now, the legendary knighted “Maggie May” singer has lined up 13 concerts from February through August next year.However, fans should make a point of seeing the classic singer live in the U.S. before it’s too late.“This will be the last time ’round, I think, to do the rock ‘n’ roll stuff because I want to move on to swing music and the Great American Song Book,” Stewart told People Magazine.“No more big tours.

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For LGBTQ Youth, Longtime Ally Ben Cohen Is A Team Player
Patterns, London teen Liam (Rufus Gleave) wishes for guidance from the poster boy on his wall, English rugby champion Ben Cohen, and, in the show’s camp comedy fashion, his wish is granted.Stepping directly out of a shirtless poster into Liam’s room, the former pro winger materializes to help the kid build up the confidence to conquer school bullies, and finally come out to his, incidentally, pretty DILF-y dad, Preston (Matthew Simpson).The role came as a natural fit for Cohen, who has long put combating bullying and homophobia at the center of his activism, founding the Ben Cohen StandUp Foundation in 2011. Few world-class professional athletes, who are straight, have worn their LGBTQ allyship as prominently or as proudly as Cohen, who goes so far in Patterns as to dance a dream ballet in a crop tee and cutoff shorts, all for the sake of supporting Liam, and kids like him.“This was a great opportunity to be a role model and to help support [Patterns director-producer] Rex [Glensy] through something that I’ve probably always been curious of, with acting,” Cohen says over a video call from his home in the English countryside.Though Cohen has made several non-sports-related TV appearances, most famously as a contestant on season 13 of BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing, he had “never really acted before, in front of the camera.”He credits Gleave, the episode’s young lead, with supporting him.
King Charles, ‘tragic’ royals are fighting ‘factions’: body language expert
Trooping the Colour last month.“The composition of this ‘slimmed down’ royal balcony pose looks like a gappy smile with several teeth missing,” James boldly told the Daily Express of the stark contrast to previous years’ assemblies.This year, only working members of the royal family were allowed on the balcony at Buckingham Palace during the event, which means that cousins Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall were not permitted.“Instead of a smaller, tighter, loyal group it looks like five factions in apparent conflict: Anne and Tim stand awkwardly at one end; William and Kate pose in a glittering but slightly cordoned-off family group; Charles and Camilla take all the goodwill from the crowds in the middle; Edward and Sophie try hard to create some sociable links with the Gloucesters at the other end,” James claimed to the outlet.“Any ‘One united family group’ vibe seems to be totally lacking,” James added.During Queen Elizabeth’s reign, the crowd was much bigger, as she had all of the members of the royal family — both working and nonworking — join her on the balcony.James noted that under her tenure, people looked “animated and excited.”Queen Elizabeth died last September at the age of 96 and had reigned for 70 years at the time of her death.The body language expert also pointed out that the sparse lineup only drew more attention to those who were missing from the family — like estranged Prince Harry.“The gaps only call to mind the people who are missing,” James told the outlet. “Charles once had a mother, father, brother, son and his son’s family to mingle with.“But each of the gaps now seems to tell its own tragic or murky tale,” she said.
Ricky Gervais has 4 North American shows in 2023. How much are tickets?
Ricky Gervais is crossing the pond and heading to the U.S. and Canada for four huge shows in June, July and August as part of his massive, international ‘Armageddon Tour.’That includes back to back gigs at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall on Friday, June 30 and Saturday, July 1.Want to see Gervais live as he prepares material for his 2024 Netflix special?Well, thankfully, you can still pick up last-minute tickets for the five-time Golden Globe host’s pair of Big Apple gigs.They’re not particularly cheap though.At the time of publication, the lowest price we could find on seats was $158 before fees on Vivid Seats.Should you choose to see the funnyman in Canada come August, you’ll find much more affordable inventory.Based on our findings, some tickets started at $60 USD before fees for those shows.For more information on catching the original Michael Scott — David Brent, for those in the know — live, keep reading.We’ve got everything you need to know and more below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A complete calendar including all Ricky Gervais tour dates, venues and links to the cheapest tickets available for each show can be found here:(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time.