New year, new tours! 2024 is shaping up to be an unimaginable year for live music; with artists across every genre gearing up to take the stage. From epic co-headlining treks to your favorite mainstream pop stars in their prime, it’s never been easier to enter the room where it happens. Whether you’re more excited to rock out, rap along, or sing along to every pop song, you’ll have a blast at the most anticipated tours of 2024.
Olivia Rodrigo — GUTS Tour
Are you prepared to see the modern queen of power ballads and No.1 pop singles? Olivia Rodrigo concerts are a wild ride that put her epic voice front and center; powered by Gen Z angst, recognizable choruses, and captivating backdrops that transport you into a new world. Olivia’s world, that is. On the Guts tour, you can expect to hear all the best new Olivia Rodrigo songs from her sophomore album of the same name, including “Vampire” and “bad idea right?” She’ll also play her older favorites including “Good 4 U,” “drivers License,” “deja vu,” and more!
Def Leppard and Journey — The Summer Stadium Tour
It takes a certain amount of rock anthems to fill up major venues like SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, CA (capacity of 70,000!) and the 42,000-seat Citi Field in Queens, NY. But if anybody can do it, it’s Def Leppard and Journey! Both iconic groups have a half-century’s worth of instantly-recognizable hard rock hits right at their fingertips. And they can’t wait to hear you sing along to all of them on The Summer Stadium Tour in 2024. Def Leppard will go full glam metal with 1980s essentials like “Pour Some Sugar On Me,” “Bringin’ On The Heartbreak,” and “Hysteria.” Meanwhile, Journey is taking a break from their solo 50th anniversary trek to play alongside their old friends…and their inspirational rock repertoire needs no introduction. How excited are you to hear “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Wheel In The Sky,” and “Any Way You Want It” amplified? Because we sure are.
Green Day — The Saviors Tour
“We’ve never been more excited to unleash new music than with Saviors, a record that’s meant to be rocked live, together,” Green Day said when announcing their latest tour. “So let’s thrash.” You don’t have to tell us twice! The rock legends are celebrating not only Saviors, their fourteenth album due for release in January 2024, but also more musical milestones from their illustrious career.2024 also marks the 30th anniversary of their third album, Dookie, which spawned singles like “Longview” and “Basket Case” and brought punk rock to the forefront of mainstream music. Additionally, next year is also the 20th birthday of American Idiot, the band’s seventh album that established them with the younger crowd. Are you really a millennial if you didn’t scream “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” at the top of your lungs in between classes or post a lyric from “Wake Me Up When September Ends” on your MySpace every fall? The bottom line? Green Day will play through their entire prestigious punk rock catalog during the Saviors tour, and it will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for any rock fan.
Bad Bunny — Most Wanted Tour
Fresh off the release of his fifth album, Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana, Bad Bunny is ready to bring the dance party to your city on the Most Wanted Tour! New singles like “Where She Goes,” “Un Preview,” and “Monaco” are a tribute to not only his Latin trap roots, but also the countless other genres that he’s made his own since the 2010s. We’re talking about drill, house, Jersey Club, and of course, Reggaeton. Basically, Bad Bunny is musically experimenting more than ever in his Most Wanted era, and you’ll be blown away by every aspect of this trek. From the high-tech onstage visuals and bold vocals to Bad Bunny’s fierce dedication to Puerto Rican culture, he’s a musical phenomenon that’s destined to own the stage every night.
Sleater Kinney — US Tour
As Sleater-Kinney sets up for the release of their eleventh album, Little Rope, in January, they’ve also announced a lengthy tour to debut these brand-new tunes. And if the first two singles, “Hell” and “Say It Like You Mean It” are any indication, we’re in for a surreal show that highlights the musical repertoire of these alternative rock-meets riot grrrl favorites. Carrie Brownstein and Corin Tucker have been killing it since the 1990s with their empowering tracks about feminism, politics, and relationships. And while it’s not quite their 30th anniversary just yet, Sleater Kinney has a lot to celebrate in 2024. Don’t miss your chance to see this talented duo on tour!
Drake — It’s All A Blur - Big As The What? Tour
Champagne Papi himself is hitting the road once again next year, extending his It’s All A Blur tour and visiting dozens more US arenas. While the first leg of this trek featured support from 21 Savage, these newly-announced Drake concerts will feature J. Cole as opening act…giving hip-hop fans the show of a lifetime as they witness the two multiplatinum rappers in action. Drake continues to support tracks off his eighth and latest album, 2023’s For All The Dogs. Therefore, the setlist will include modern favorites like “Slime You Out,” “8AM in Charlotte,” and “Rich Baby Daddy.” Additionally, the record also includes a collaboration with J. Cole called “First Person Shooter,” which we’re hoping these tourmates will perform together onstage!
The Rolling Stones — Hackney Diamonds Tour
“(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” right? Well, unless a set of rock legends like The Rolling Stones comes into town, which they are in 2024! Composed of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie Wood, it’s not easy to explain the profound impact of The Rolling Stones. Their gritty blend of rock and roll and blues was at the forefront of the British Invasion back in the 1960s, while they’ve continued to record and perform to perfection for over six decades now. The group just released Hackney Diamonds, their 26th album and first new material in 18 years. And they intend to do justice to these new songs, especially as they pay tribute to their late drummer, Charlie Watts, who passed away in 2021. Furthermore, they’ll also play all the top classic rock favorites from the vault, including “Paint It, Black,” “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” “Honky Tonk Women,” and “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.”
Melanie Martinez — Trilogy Tour
Everybody’s favorite alien is taking the stage once again in 2024, but this won’t be your typical Melanie Martinez concert. Rather, the Trilogy tour will take attendees on a mystical, magical, and flawlessly musical journey through all three of Martinez’s albums! Whether your favorite is 2015’s Cry Baby, 2019’s K-12, or 2023’s Portals, the renowned art pop-rock singer will showcase her entire artistry each night. At the center of each record is her Cry Baby protagonist, a shape-shifting creature that most recently took on the form of a galactic glamazon. Martinez will more than likely perform in full prosthetic makeup and costume attire to represent each album cycle. And you’ll be blown away by her sense of theatricality and mind-numbingly beautiful voice.
Adele — Las Vegas Residency
Weekends with Adele is the first concert residency by Adele, held at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Initially scheduled to commence on January 21, 2022, she postponed it due to production delays and her team contracting Covid-19. Adele rescheduled the residency to begin on November 18, 2022, and after being extended, it is set to conclude its run on June 15, 2024. As part of it, she performs two shows at the venue every weekend. Its set list is the longest of Adele’s career and includes songs from multiple of her studio albums.
Madonna — The Celebration Tour
The Celebration Tour is the ongoing 12th concert tour by Madonna, visiting cities in North America and Europe and anticipating 79 shows. The tour started on October 14, 2023 at The O2 Arena in London, England, and it is set to conclude on April 26, 2024 at the Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City, Mexico. As Madonna’s first retrospective tour, it highlights her more than four decade-long recording career. The Celebration Tour is a two-hour-plus set with multiple-costume-change and more than 30 songs.
Doja Cat — The Scarlet Tour
The Scarlet Tour is the ongoing second concert tour and debut arena tour by rapper and singer Doja Cat. It is her first arena tour, in support of her fourth studio album, Scarlet (2023). The supporting acts are American rappers Ice Spice and Doechii. The North American leg of the tour commenced on October 31, 2023 at Chase Center in San Francisco and ended on December 13, 2023 at United Center in Chicago. The European leg of the tour is set to commence on June 11, 2024 at the OVO Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland.
Alanis Morissette — The Triple Moon Tour
Alanis Morissette is going on a massive tour throughout summer 2024 and bringing a handful of very special guests on the road. The Grammy winner will embark on The Triple Moon Tour along with Joan Jett and the Blackhearts and Morgan Wade. The 31-date tour spans across North America, kicking off in Phoenix, Arizona on June 9, 2024 and continuing through the summer until it wraps up on August 10, 2024 in Inglewood, California at the Kia Forum. The alternative star, the rock star, and the rising country music singer, will play in major cities like Dallas, Nashville, Toronto and Denver, among many other cities.
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