I love all kinds of music, but I have a special place in my heart for live concerts. It’s not just the music, though; it’s also being surrounded by other people who love that same artist as much as you do. In fact, there aren’t many experiences more satisfying than attending a concert at Madison Square Garden or Coachella with thousands of other people who are just like you! But what about the unexpected perks? For instance, when one of your favorite bands announces an upcoming tour and tickets go on sale... And then suddenly get sold out before even making it to Ticketmaster! Well, this happened to me last week when I found out about Taylor Swift's Eras tour which kicks off later this year. So if you're looking for some new tunes to jam out to while driving down Route 66 or lounging poolside on vacation—or even just sitting around your apartment getting ready for bed—these are some must-see shows coming soon.
Taylor Swift - Eras Tour
Taylor Swift’s Eras tour is a nostalgic trip through some of her biggest hits, as well as some surprises. From the moment she takes the stage at each show, fans will be transported back to their favorite moments from Swift’s career with a full band and backup singers who help recreate that experience! In addition to performing her No. 1 hits like “Shake it Off” and “Love Story,” Swift will also be bringing out special guests for some duets—like Troye Sivan and Brendon Urie from Panic! At The Disco.
Ed Sheeran - +-=÷x Tour
You’re not going to want to miss this show. Ed Sheeran will be touring Australia, New Zealand and the US in 2023. He is set to perform at the Sydney Cricket Ground on 29 March 2023, so if you are living in one of these countries it would be worth booking your ticket now!
Ed has announced his new album +-=÷x which will be released on 25th January 2023. Fans have been eagerly anticipating his new album since he teased fans with a sneak peek of one song from it called “Ain’t No Reason” back in December/January 2019.
With an incredible stage presence and some of the most popular songs around (Shape Of You, Thinking Out Loud & Barcelona), this concert tour is bound to sell out fast!
Billy Joel with Stevie Nicks - Two Icons, One Night Tour
In the second half of 2023, you'll have a chance to see one of the most iconic duos in music history. Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks will be touring together—their first joint tour ever—for just one night: on June 8 at Madison Square Garden!
The show promises to be an unforgettable event, as these two legends share their decades of experience with each other on stage. Fans will hear hits from both artists' extensive catalogs and maybe even some new material. We can't wait for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!
Blink 182 - Tour 2023
Blink-182 is an American rock band formed in 1992. The band currently consists of Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker, and Matt Skiba. The trio got their start as a punk project in Poway, California and were later influenced by Southern California's skateboard scene to become a pop punk group.
The group released their debut album Cheshire Cat in 1994 under Grilled Cheese Records. They later signed with MCA Records and released Dude Ranch in 1997, which peaked at number six on Billboard 200 chart. Their next two albums Enema of the State (1999) and Take Off Your Pants and Jacket (2001) both peaked at number one on Billboard 200 chart.
The band's mainstream success continued with Blink-182 where they reached number one on same chart with "All The Small Things".
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
Bruce Springsteen is one of the most popular musicians of all time. In his nearly 50-year career, he has sold more than 65 million records and been inducted into both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame. His music has influenced many other musicians, who have covered his songs or played with him on stage (including members of U2, Pearl Jam, and Rage Against the Machine). He's known for his singing ability as well as his songwriting talents; he's also known for his guitar playing skills.
P!nk - Summer Carnival Tour 2023
The Summer Carnival Tour 2023 will be P!nk's first tour in 7 years. The concert dates for the tour have been announced and the first show will take place on June 5th in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It will last until August 3rd at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York.
The tour will feature special guests such as Shawn Mendes (July 27th), Lady Gaga (July 30th), Demi Lovato (May 11th) and more!
Shania Twain’s - Queen of Me Tour
Shania Twain is bringing her new album to cities across the US! The powerhouse singer will be performing in Houston, Dallas, New Orleans and more from May 8 to June 8, 2023. Tickets start at $250 for general admission and go up to $350 for VIP packages with exclusive merchandise and access to the meet-and-greet with Shania.
Janet Jackson - Together Again Tour 2023
Janet Jackson is a pop icon and her upcoming tour will be one of the most buzzed about events of 2023. The name of the tour, Together Again Tour 2023, is a play on Janet’s album title Rhythm Nation 1814 (2019).
The tour will feature a wide range of songs from Janet’s career, including tracks from her 2019 album State of the World Tour. The concert will likely sell out quickly so if you want to see this show make sure you buy your tickets now!
Carrie Underwood’s - Denim and Rhinestones Tour
Carrie Underwood’s latest tour will be one of the most anticipated concerts of 2023. The country music star is taking her show on the road for a tour that will feature songs from all aspects of her career, from her debut album to those from her most recent album, Cry Pretty 2. If you want to see Carrie Underwood live in concert in 2023, check out our list below for dates and cities.
Zac Brown Band’s - From the Fire Tour
The Zac Brown Band, a country music band from Atlanta, Georgia, has announced its From the Fire Tour—a 15-date concert series spanning five states and two countries. The tour kicks off on April 7th in Milwaukee and runs through May 6th in Vancouver BC.
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