Once again, it’s time to update you with the latest concert announcements. This is where we post the highlights from the last week when it comes to concert announcements and updates, helping you to plot out your concert-going schedule for the next few months.
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With that said, keep reading to see the biggest announcements from the last week. And if you’re looking for tickets for these or any other show, be sure to check out our sales page to make sure you get the best deals when you make a ticket purchase.
The Rolling Stones: May 8th – July 9th, 2020
The Rolling Stones are one of the biggest names in all of Rock and Roll. Spanning a career of over 50 years, the Stones are one of the most well-known groups of all-time. Hits like “Brown Sugar,” “Sympathy for the Devil,” “Street Fighting Man,” “Wild Horses,” and “Angie” have all become legends in their own right over the years. Whenever the Stones go out on tour, thousands flock to see them. They might not be young men anymore, but they still perform with all of the energy that they once brought to the stage. Frontman Mick Jagger had emergency heart surgery a while back, putting future tours in jeopardy, but Jagger seems to be healthy and ready to rock once more. Not only will tickets for this show be hot items, but they are also going to be a bit pricier than what you’re probably used to spending on a show. Don’t worry; we are here to help. Not only do we have a huge selection of tickets available here, but we also have some of the most competitive prices you will find. Be sure to comparison shop before you finalize your purchase so that you know you’re getting the best deal possible. But don’t wait too long. Rolling Stones tickets are not going to stick around for very long.
John Legend: August 13th – September 25th, 2020
John Legend, a Grammy winner and cultural icon, just announced a new tour with more than 25 dates scheduled as of right now. The Bigger Love tour will be one of his biggest yet, bringing the musician to cities like Nashville, Las Vegas, Berkley, and New York. Whether you’re on the East Coast or the West, there will be Legend shows for you to get tickets to. Legend first hit it big with songs like “Tonight” and “Love Me Now,” but his fame has multiplied recently thanks to his time on a hit music show, The Voice. He was even featured in a commercial that aired during the 2020 Super Bowl. His name and music have become staples on the radio, indicating that this tour is going to be far bigger than anything we’ve seen from him yet. If you’re a John Legend fan, you won’t want to miss this. Tickets will sell out quickly. But who knows? This tour might be so popular that additional dates are added soon. But that’s not something we can count on just yet. Grab tickets now so you don’t miss out on your shot to see him perform.
Fetty Wap: February 29th – May 18th, 2020
Rapper Fetty Wap is headed out on tour at the end of this Winter and well into the Spring. The tour starts out in New York before heading down the East Coast and then Westward. Fetty Wap has a number of hits like “Bang My Head” and “679” even though he’s a relatively new musician. He has a second album coming out sometime in 2020, which will be titled King Zoo. Rap fans are ecstatic about this announcement and for good reason. He has a reputation for amazing, energetic live shows—and he’s still a new enough sensation that you won’t have to pay too much to see him perform. But be sure you get your tickets early on. Demand is expected to be big for this tour. You won’t want to miss out.
Dead & Company: April 30th – August 8th, 2020
The Dead & Company are comprised of some of the former members of the Grateful Dead, including Bob Weir and Mickey Hart, along with a few newcomers to the group, like John Mayer. Although they might seem like just a remnant of the original thing, this band still really knows how to jam. The Dead is one of the original jam bands, paving the way for modern groups like Phish and Dave Matthews, and this is pretty close to the same sound that you could have experienced back in the late 60s and early 70s. A lot has changed over the years, but the Dead & Company play with the same command and mastery that the original members brought. If you’re a long time Dead Head, or you’re just looking for a fun band to see over the summer, this is the group to go see. Head over to the tickets page to see what tickets near you are available. You won’t want to miss this one.
Other Artists to Watch
Green Day just released a new album called Father of All. It’s already received some great reviews, and there are rumors that the band might be heading out on the road again soon.
Speaking of new albums from older groups, Stone Temple Pilots also just put out a new album. This is a great group to see live, so hopefully, tour dates are soon to follow!