The Most Highly Anticipated Tours of 2024 (So Far)

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It’s never too early to start planning your concert-going calendar for next year, and luckily for music fans, there are already several highly anticipated tours that have been announced for 2024. From pop and rock to hip-hop and country, there’s something for everyone. Here are some of your favorite artists that you can look forward to seeing later this year.

Taylor Swift

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Whether you love her or hate her, Taylor Swift has easily become one of the biggest names in music today, and after the release of her eleventh studio album “The Tortured Poets Department,” her legacy is sure to keep on growing. The second leg of her “Eras Tour” starts on May 9 in Paris, France, with stops scheduled across Europe. There are also Canadian dates in Toronto and Vancouver and additional U.S. dates in Miami, New Orleans and Indianapolis this fall. If you were lucky enough to grab tickets, this is one show you definitely don’t want to miss.


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If you’re a fan of Lana Del Rey, Lorde or Taylor Swift, there’s another artist you should look out for – Bleachers. This group is actually Grammy-winning producer Jack Antonoff’s solo project, which has been around long before he produced albums for big name artists like Swift, Del Rey and more. Bleachers has had their biggest year so far. Not only have they released their self-titled album this past March, they also performed both weekends at this year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. You can catch Antonoff on the road this summer on their “From the Studio to the Stage” tour across the U.S., or at his sold-out show at Madison Square Garden in New York City on October 4.


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The biggest and unexpected pop-punk reunion of last year is keeping their momentum going in 2024. Blink-182′ latest album, “One More Time…,” is their first album since 2011 where all three of the band’s original members – Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker and Tom DeLonge – are together. After kicking things off last month in Australia, Blink-182 will continue making their way across the globe, playing in South America this spring and across North America this summer. If you’re a fan of mosh pits, foul-mouth banter and reliving your Warped Tour emo days, this show is for you.

Megan Thee Stallion

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What better way is there to celebrate the start of summer than with the queen of “hot girl summer” Megan Thee Stallion? Since becoming an independent artist last year after her departure from her previous labels, 1501 Certified Music and 300 Entertainment, she has shown that she is still at large and in charge. Her most recent singles, “Cobra” and “Hiss,” have reached critical success, with the latter becoming her first solo number one hit on the Billboard Hot 100. As the weather warms up in May, she’ll kick off the “Hot Girl Summer Tour” across the U.S., along with a couple of dates in Europe and the UK.

Noah Kahan

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Indie rock singer Noah Kahan is quickly becoming a household name, and if you do a quick internet search, you’ll understand why. Since the release of his third studio album “Stick Season,” he was nominated for Best New Artist at this year’s Grammys, collaborated with big-name artists like Post Malone, Hozier and Kacey Musgraves, and was a musical guest on Saturday Night Live last December. Kahan doesn’t show any signs of slowing down soon. His long-awaited “We’ll All Be Here Forever” tour that kicked off in March is his biggest tour to date, and will continue all summer long, finishing with two sold-out fates at Fenway Park in Boston, MA.

Zach Bryan

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If your idea of a good night involves putting on your best pair of cowboy boots, drinking an ice cold beet and listening to some classic country music, then a night with rising country music star Zach Bryan might be right for you. Bryan has grown in popularity, seemingly overnight, with songs like “Something in the Orange” and “I Remember Everything” showcasing his homespun production and heartfelt storytelling. You can catch him on the road from now until this December on his “Quittin’ Time” tour across the U.S. and Canada – if you can manage to get your hands on tickets!

Foo Fighters

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If the last two years have proven anything, it’s that even in the face of tragedy, legendary rock band Foo Fighters will persevere and continue to come out on top. Their latest album, “But Here We Are,” is dedicated to their late drummer, Taylor Hawkins, who passed away suddenly in March 2022 due to a drug overdose. The”Everything or Nothing At All” tour, which has been ongoing since 2023, will make its way across the U.S. this summer, with additional headlining dates at the Shake Knees Music Festival in Atlanta, GA, and Welcome to Rockville in Daytona Beach, FL.

Olivia Rodrigo

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This former Disney star has quickly climbed to the top of pop stardom, and based on her accomplishments in the past year, Olivia Rodrigo star power continues to shine brighter. In this past year alone, she released her critically acclaimed second album, “Guts,” released the song “Can’t Catch Me Now” for the blockbuster movie “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes,” and launched a charity called Fund 4 Good that aims to support reproductive healthcare for women. If you’re willing to see her spill her guts (pun intended) on the stage, her ongoing “Guts World Tour” will make its way to the U.S. this July and August for the second leg of North American dates. A portion of ticket sales from the Guts Tour will also go to her charity and the National Network of Abortion Funds, of North America, so you can have fun while support an important cause.

Billie Eilish

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If there’s one thing that you can expect from Grammy and Oscar award-winning singer Billie Eilish, it is to always expect the unexpected from her. From having spiders crawl out of her mouth in the music video for her song “You Should See Me in a Crown” to submerging herself underwater for six hours straight for the cover of her upcoming album “Hit Me Hard and Soft,” Eilish continues to the test the limits of what’s conventional for the sake of art. While her “Hit Me Hard and Soft” world tour doesn’t start until September, tickets are already selling fast, so get them while you can!

Maggie Rogers

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Have you ever wanted to go back to the good old days, where you could buy a concert ticket by going up to a ticket booth, interacting with someone face-to-face, and purchasing it for a set price with no crazy hidden fees? If you’re a fan of folk singer Maggie Rogers, then you’re in luck. Along with her collaborations with artists like Phoebe Bridgers, Florence and the Machine and Clairo, Rogers is also known for offering “Box Office Week” where fans in certain cities could buy tickets to her concert for a special in-person price. Box office tickets for her upcoming “Don’t Forget Me” tour this fall may be gone, but in an age where online ticket companies are plagued with high fees and bots, it’s refreshing to see that artists like Rogers are making an effort to get tickets directly into the hands of fans.

Billy Joel

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If you know anything about New York, it’s that there is one thing people love more then their classic slice of New York style pizza – Billy Joel, of course! In addition to performances scheduled across the United States and in the UK, the legendary singer-songwriter will finish his record-breaking residency at Madison Square Garden this summer. The last show of his residency, which started in January 2014, will also mark Joel’s 150th lifetime performance at Madison Square Garden.

Stevie Nicks

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Legendary singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks is set to grace stages across the U.S. and the U.K. this summer with her highly anticipated “Live in Concert” tour. Known for her iconic vocals and enchanting stage presence, Nicks’s performances are sure to captivate audiences as she delivers classic hits from her solo career and her time with Fleetwood Mac. Many shows on this run are already sold out, so if you’re a music lover and you want to experience the magic of Steve Nicks live, make sure to grab your tickets while you can.

Twenty One Pilots

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Twenty One Pilots – the dynamic duo of singer Tyler Joseph and drummer Josh Dun – are gearing up for an incredible year. Their highly anticipated new album “Clancy” is set to release on May 24, with music videos for each song on the album’s track listing to follow suit. Alongside the album drop, Twenty One Pilots have also announced a massive “Clancy World Tour” throughout 2024 and 2025, which is set to kick off in the U.S. this summer and fall. With their unique blend of genres and meaningful lyrics, Twenty One Pilots are sure to make a lasting impact on fans around the world with both their new album and upcoming tour.

Charli XCX

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If you’ve been scrolling through TikTok anytime this past year, British pop artist Charli XCX has more than likely popped up on your feed. Known for her infectious hyperpop sound and fierce style, Charli XCX has gained a loyal fanbase and critical acclaim for her genre-defying music. In addition to her new album, “Brat”, coming out this June, she will also be embarking on a co-headlining tour with Australian pop artist Troye Sivan. The tour, which is scheduled to take place this fall, will take them to arenas across the U.S. and Canada. With Charli XCX’s electrifying stage presence and catchy tunes, this tour is sure to be a must-see event for pop music lovers everywhere.

Tate McRae

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Canadian pop singer Tate McRae has become a rising sensation over the past few years, and her most recent album, “Think Later” proves exactly why. This album showcases not only her unique blend of pop and R&B influences, but also her growth as an artist since her viral song “You Broke Me First” first hit the airwaves in 2020. McRae is currently in the middle of her “Think Later” tour, with 53 dates this year throughout Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand.  With her infectious energy and undeniable charisma, Tate McRae is sure to leave a lasting impact on the music scene for years to come, so don’t “think later” about buying your tickets; get them now!


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