Think warm: Eddie Izzard, Tim McGraw, Cirque and more coming this summer

January 30, 2014
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One possible solution (or, at least, temporary salve) for cabin fever is to give yourself events to look forward to. While I usually write about events coming up in the next few days, here are some that are already on the books for the summer and beyond.

This season's Klipsh Music Center's lineup includes Dave Matthews Band, Journey, Vans Warped Tour, Motley Crue, Fall Out Boy, and Chicago/REO Speedwagon.

On the country front, the arena will host Rascal Flatts/Sheryl Crow, Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Toby Keith, and Dierks Bentley.

Jack Johnson plays the Lawn at White River State Park and comic/actor Eddie Izzard comes to the Murat in June.

Cirque du Soleil will be returning with "Varekai" July 24-27 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. And if those are too soon for you, maybe you have an opening in your schedule for Janury of 2015?

That's when Bankers Life Fieldhouse hopes you'll visit for "Marvel Universe LIVE!," the first arena tour by the entertainment giant. In it, the Avengers, Spider-Man and Wolverine join forces to defeat the evil Loki, whose evildoer bench includes Green Goblin, Red Skull, Madame Hydra and more.

It will be here for six performances following as part of an 85 city tour.

Anything in the above that you are looking forward to?

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    Its always such a big treat for my husband and I when cirque du soliel comes to town something to really look forward to.

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