Happy New Year/Decade!!! 2020 is Here
Believe it or not, the week of Christmas often tends to be a slow one when it comes to new music announcements. Although there were not a lot of new tours or updates announced, the ones that were happened to be pretty good.
We’re here for you to help you see what’s going on first. Because the sooner you get your tickets to the next big show, the better off you will be. Not only are you more likely to get good seats than if you wait until a day or two before the show, planning ahead and being in the know early will help you to save money, too.
Keep reading to see what’s new in the world of music. And then head on over to our ticket sales page to see who else is performing near you. This is just a partial list of what’s currently going on—so be sure to check out the listings to see what other shows you can check out while you’re at it.
Justin Bieber: May 14th – September 26th, 2020
Justin Bieber has a huge North American tour kicking off this spring. The tour starts out in Seattle, and then has more than 40 other dates currently planned. The one-time teen heartthrob is now all grown up, but he still has a huge fan base. Hits like “Baby,” “Love Yourself,” and “Boyfriend” have been constants on the radio since they were released, and more new music from Bieber is soon to be out. Bieber has seen some ups and downs over the years, but the controversy that he can sometimes churn up has only helped to make his music more popular. Whether you’re a longtime fan or you’re just discovering his music, there’s no doubt that this is going to be one of the biggest events of 2020. You will want to move fast on tickets because they will certainly sell out. Head over to our listings page to see what’s available—you’ll be glad to get the stress of finding tickets out of the way sooner rather than at the last minute.
The Expendables: January 11th – April 23rd, 2020
Reggae sensations, The Expendables, will be touring starting in mid-March and headed into the Spring. The new tour starts in Dallas, but fans have a few shows to look forward to before that. They will be playing a show in January and then a festival in February. Things heat up in March for a mid-sized tour. Cities like Charlotte, Baton Rouge, and Norfolk will be included in this tour, just to name a few. West Coast cities like Salt Lake City and Eugene will also be hit up. The Expendables will be joined by Bumpin Uglies during much of this tour. If you’re interested in seeing them play, be sure that you get tickets for a show where Bumpin Uglies will also be present. You can check this out and more on our ticket listings page.
Tory Lanez: February 20th – February 23rd, 2020
Tory Lanez will be holding a three-city tour in February as part of his promo effort for his newest album, Chixtape 5. These cities include Los Angeles, New York, and Toronto—the rapper’s home city. This new album was his best yet, getting up as high as #2 on the charts. Because of this newfound success, we expect Tory Lanez’s newest tour to be huge. There’s only a handful of cities here, which means that tickets will be insanely popular. So, if you do want to see Tory Lanez play, you’ll need to move fast and have a little bit of luck on your side. Check out what we have available on the tickets page and act fast if you see what you’re looking for. If you don’t see good seats right away, don’t worry. Things are updated constantly, and new tickets will be available soon. Keep checking in so you don’t miss out.
The Acacia Strain: February 29th – April 5th, 2020
Metal heroes, the Acacia Strain, are headed back out on the road again this Spring. They haven’t put an album out in almost three years, but that doesn’t mean they’ve stopped playing. In fact, their live shows are still as powerful as they were years ago. Fans are pretty pumped about this new tour, and you should be too. They’ll be playing a number of small shows early on in the tour, and then dialing up the size. Things start out in New York, head out West, and then finish up on the East Coast (Philadelphia) again at the beginning of April. Metal fans will be flocking to these shows, so grab tickets soon. They are very likely to sell fast.
Other Artists to Watch
Just because this was a slow week as far as new tour announcements go does not mean that there’s nothing happening behind the scenes. For starters, Maroon 5’s newest tour is proving to be bigger than expected. Tickets to the Las Vegas shows went fast, but you can still find a few stragglers. Other dates are also on the verge of seeing tickets disappear.
Post Malone’s new tour is also a hot item right now. Shows pick up in early February—don’t miss your shot to see him!