Here’s A List Of 2020 Concert Tours You’ll Probably Want To Buy Tickets To Immediately

Here’s A List Of 2020 Concert Tours You’ll Probably Want To Buy Tickets To Immediately

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Taylor Swift is headlining and creating her own festivals in honor of her amazing album, Lover. Imagine watching Taylor end the patriarchy while she sings “The Man” with a pretty pink sky in the background? I’ll be at both nights of Lover Fest East so I don’t have to imagine, and you should get tickets so you don’t have to imagine it either.


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More info: If traveling to see Taylor at one of the festivals she’ll be headlining abroad, be sure to check out her official website for more details. You can also catch her at Lover Fest West in Los Angeles on July 25th and 26th, or Lover Fest East in Foxborough on July 31st and August 1st.

Tickets: Check out Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

Billie Eilish is going on an arena tour in honor of her debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? and it’ll be one party you never want to be over, because Billie is an absolute icon.


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More info: The tour kicks off on March 9th in Miami and will visit arenas across North America through April 11th where she’ll wrap in Vancouver before heading to Latin America and Europe.

Tickets: Check out Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

Camila Cabello is bringing her second studio album, Romance, to arenas across Europe and North America and I think you should be shameless in buying tickets to see her when she comes to a city near you.


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More info: The North American leg of the tour kicks off on July 29th in Vancouver and is currently slated to wrap-up in Miami on September 26th, although additional dates may be announced soon.

Tickets: Check out Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

Harry Styles is #blessing us with his contagious on-stage presence in 2020 in support of his recent album, Fine Line. If you fancy listening to “Watermelon Sugar” from the watermelon pit or “Cherry” from the cherry pit, or anywhere in the arena, really, buy a ticket ASAP.


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More info: The North American leg of Love On Tour will start on June 26th in Philadelphia. His last U.S. date will be September 6th in Inglewood, before he heads to Latin America. Jenny Lewis will be the opener on the North American leg.

Tickets: Check out Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

Niall Horan is visiting arenas across North America this spring to promote his upcoming second studio album. If the first two singles are any indicator of how it’ll sound, then it’s gonna be SO GOOD.


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More info: The tour will kick-off on April 20th in Nashville and run for exactly one month where he’ll wrap-up on May 20th in San Jose. His openers are the ultra-talented Fletcher and Lewis Capaldi.

Tickets: Check out Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

Maroon 5 is gearing up to head out on the road for their seventh concert tour, appropriately titled, the “2020 Tour.” The band, who had quite the year in 2019 performing in the Super Bowl Half Time Show, are a must-see act.


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More info: The North American leg will begin on May 30th in Chula Vista and run through September 17th in Tampa. Meghan Trainor will be opening the entire North American tour, with special guest, Leon Bridges also accompanying for a select few dates.

Tickets: Check out Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

Miranda Lambert is visiting arenas across North America this winter and spring in support of her seventh album, Wildcard. This is Lambert’s TENTH concert tour, and one you won’t want to miss, that’s for sure.


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More info: The tour will start on January 16th in Tupelo and will run until May 9th, where it’ll wrap in Montreal. Opening acts include Cody Johnson, LANCO, Randy Rodgers Band, and Parker McCollum.

Tickets: Check out Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

Post Malone is heading back out on the road for a second leg of his popular 2019 tour, which means, if you’re kicking yourself for not going to the first leg (me), then he’s handing you a second chance to see him this time around (again, me).


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More info: The second leg is slated to start on February 4th in Omaha and will go through March 21st where it’ll wrap in Salt Lake City, with openers Swae Lee and Tyla Yaweh.

Tickets: Check out Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

Green Day, Fall Out Boy, and Weezer are teaming up for what is guaranteed to be the concert tour of 2020. You literally have three of the biggest names of music in ONE NIGHT. This show is what I imagine what you see when the gates of heaven open up, TBH.


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More info: The North American leg tour will begin on July 17th in Seattle and visit stadiums throughout North America before wrapping on August 29th in Philadelphia, and as if these three acts weren’t already enough, they’ll be accompanied by openers, The Interruptors.

Tickets: Check out Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

Michael Bublé is what an angel would sound like if an angel could make albums and go on concert tours — AKA, he has the voice of an ANGEL.


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More info: The next North American leg of Bublé’s popular tour will kick-off on March 17th in Jacksonville and run through May 23rd where he’ll wrap in Moncton, before heading to Europe and South America.

Tickets: Check out Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

Louis Tomlinson, who’s no stranger to touring thanks to a little band he was once in titled “One Direction,” is heading out on his very first headlining tour in 2020 in support of his upcoming debut album, Walls.


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More info: The North American leg of the tour will kick-off on June 9th in Minneapolis and run through July 23rd where it’ll wrap-up in Vancouver.

Tickets: Check out Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

Cher is continuing the second North American leg of her “Here We Go Again” tour in March, so if you missed the first, now is your chance to go see a living legend! In the meantime, she’ll be playing a short Las Vegas residency in February if you find yourself in sin city that month.


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More info: The 14th leg of the Las Vegas residency is slated to run from February 19th to February 29th at the Park Theater. After that, the Here We Go Again Tour will kick off the remainder of the North American tour starting on March 6th in El Paso and will run through May 6th where it’ll wrap in Sacramento.

Tickets: Check out Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

When someone tries telling me that I go to too many concerts:


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