It seems like each week has been bringing a whole bunch of new concert announcements and updates. The past seven days have not been any different. Many groups announced new show dates, and we’ve got some of them profiled right here for you.
This is just a sampling of who’s playing in the near future. There are a lot of great shows going on, there’s just not enough space in one place to highlight all of them. We have a separate section where you can search through the shows playing near you and find tickets so you don’t miss out on the action.
So, if you’re looking for the newest and most exciting updates in the world of live music, you’ve come to the right place. Keep reading to see what’s going on and be sure to check out our tickets page so that you can gain access to the hottest new concert tickets out there.
Ozzy Osbourne: May 27th – July 31st, 2020
Ozzy Osbourne recently had to postpone several of his tour dates because of an injury. Those original shows were scheduled with giants of metal, Megadeth. But because of these shows being rescheduled, some of these later shows didn’t get to have Megadeth accompany Osbourne as was originally planned. Instead, we will be seeing Marilyn Manson join the Oz-man on stage. This will be an epic tour with Manson now scheduled to play a number of shows with Osbourne, one that metal fans will not want to miss. If you already have tickets, check with the venue to see when your show is going to be. And if you don’t have them yet, hurry up and get them. These shows will sell out if they haven’t already. You won’t want to miss one of the biggest collaborations in metal for 2020.
Kiss: February 1st – October 2nd, 2020
Speaking of concert updates, the legendary Kiss just announced that they will be extending the End of the Road tour. The tour was increased by a remarkable 44 different stops, making this one of the biggest tours on the slate for 2020. It’s currently expected that the tour will not be wrapped up until midway through 2021, as foreign dates and a handful of other U.S. dates are still projected to be announced. Kiss is one of the biggest rock groups of all-time. If you’ve never seen them, you might not get another chance. They’ve been touring regularly for decades, and as this tour’s name suggests, this is supposed to be their final one. Grab tickets today so you don’t miss out on one last chance to see Kiss on stage.
Zac Brown Band: February 28th – April 25th, 2020
The Owl tour, led by the Zac Brown Band, just got a big extension, adding a whole bunch of cities to the already impressive lineup. The Country jam band, led by Zac Brown, has become a favorite for concert goers. Even if you’re not a huge fan of Country music, this is one group you will not want to miss out on. In concert, they play all styles of music, ranging from metal, to hip hop, to the Country style that made them famous. Most of the new shows announced by the group are down South or out in the Midwest, but we have high hopes that a lot more shows will be announced in the coming weeks. This is a group that loves to tour, so there’s a good shot that there will be more concert dates coming in the near future. Stay tuned so you don’t miss out!
Harry Styles: December 13th, 2019 – September 5th, 2020
We knew it was coming, and now it’s official. Former One Direction frontman Harry Styles will be heading out on a solo tour in the near future. This is his first major tour in about three years, and there’s a lot of excitement behind it. Whether you’re a pop music fan, or you just have always wanted to see Styles play on his own, this is one of those shows that all of your friends will want to see. Grab tickets for yourself—and a few of your favorite people—and you’ll be the most popular person in town. His second album, Fine Line, is expected to come out in December, and you can bet that this new tour will see a lot of songs from that album being played. You will definitely want to buy tickets as soon as possible if this is a show that you’re interested in seeing.
Other Artists to Watch
Ariana Grande has been battling illness and has had to cancel at least one concert date. This will more than likely be rescheduled, so stay tuned. She’s at the top of her game right now, so we also expect more dates to be announced in the future.
The Boss—Bruce Springsteen—recently performed at a surprise concert. We’re not sure if that’s an indicator that Springsteen and the E Street Band are gearing up for a tour or not, but it can’t be a bad sign to see this. Classic rockers better pay attention so that they can get a jump on tickets if they become available!