How to Get Tickets – Billboard
Written by GRB on 19/08/2023
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Your favorite artists are ready to hit the road! After two years of rescheduled, postponed or canceled tours and concerts, music fans can rejoice in knowing that live shows are back in full swing.
Beyoncé, Madonna, Anita Baker, John Meyer, Blink-182, 5S0S, Taylor Swift, Janet Jackson, Jonas Brothers, Bruce Springsteen, Willy Nelson and Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks are just a small portion of acts that have announced tours for 2023 and 2024. And the list keeps growing.
Below, find a roster of more than 30 of the year’s most anticipated concerts, tours and music festivals. We’ll be updating this story regularly, so be sure to check back for new dates and ticket information.
From A-Z: A List of Must-See Music Tours (Updating)
Anita Baker — In February, the music legend hit the road for her first tour in decades. Baker will resume performances in Las Vegas on Oct. 6-7 in addition to shows scheduled until the end of the year.
Anita Baker Tour
Beyoncé — The Renaissance World Tour launched in Stockholm, Sweden in May in the U.S. in July. Get tickets here.
Blink-182 – After postponing its upcoming world tour, which was scheduled to start March 11 in Tijuana, Mexico, Blink-182 is officially back on the road. Find tickets to their international dates here.
Bruce Springsteen – Bruce Springsteen’s 2023 tour launched Feb. 1 at the Amelia Arena in Tampa, Fla. Get tickets to see The Boss here.
Chris Stapleton – If you enjoyed his rousing rendition of the National Anthem at this year’s Super Bowl , the country star’s tour launched at the Buckeye County Superfest on May 27. Get tickets to see Stapleton here.
Janet Jackson – The Together Again Tour ended in June but Jackson has a couple more concerts lined up for October. Get tickets here.
Jonas Brothers — The Jonas Brothers’ forthcoming tour launched on August 12. Get ticket here and below.
Jonas Bros. Tour Tickets
Liz Phair — Phair’s tour, celebrating the 35th anniversary of Exile in Guyville, launches this fall. Get tickets here.
Luke Combs – The country star’s tour launched in March 25. Pre-sale tickets for additional shows in 2023 and 2024 start on Aug. 23. Get tickets here.
Metallica – The hotly anticipated M72 2023-2024 Tour from the rock legends follows the release of new album 72 Seasons. Get tickets here.
Paramore – The pop-punk band hit the road with Taylor Swift in addition to its own tour dates. Get tickets to see Paramore at New York City’s Webster Hall here.
Post Malone — The rapper’s North American tour launched in July. Get tickets here.
Red Hot Chili Peppers – The Red Hot Chili Peppers tour — featuring Iggy Pop, The Roots, The Strokes St. Vincent and more — launched March 29 in Vancouver. Get tickets here.
Santana – The band’s upcoming tour dates includes performance at the House of Blues Las Vegas. Get tickets to see Carlos Santana here.
Taylor Swift – The North American leg Eras Tour wrapped in August, but Swift will be back stateside next year. Get tickets here.
Zac Brown Band – Zac Brown & Co.’s 2023 tour dates include Summer Fest in June. Get tickets to see Zac Brown Band live here.
50 Cent — The Final Lap Tour kicked off last month. Get tickets here.
2023 Music Festivals: Where to Get Tickets
Coachella, SXSW, Dreamville Fest and Lovers & Friend came and went — but festival season isn’t over yet. See a list of upcoming festivals below.
Austin City Limits Music Festival — Oct. 6-15. Get tickets here.
ONE Music Fest — Kendrick Lamar and Janet Jackson will headline ONE MusicFest in Atlanta on Oct. 28-29. Get tickets here.
Life Is Beautiful Fest — Kendrick Lamar, ODEZSA and The Killers are billed to headline the Life Is Beautiful Festival on Sept. 22-24. Get tickets here.