Summer is almost here and that means it’s time for warm weather and live music, preferably outdoors. Is your favorite artist or band touring the US this summer? Do you have tickets yet? Here are six of the most anticipated summer concert tours of 2019 and what you can expect. Oh, and we’ve got a great selection of cheap summer concert available right here!
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We’ve written about a few other summer tours you might want to check out, including the biggest Rappers on Tour and The Best Upcoming Rock Concerts in 2019. But for now, check out a few of our favorites and where they’ll be touring this summer…
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We are delighted to announce the new US and Canada tour dates today! All of the cities from the previously postponed shows are locked in, starting at Soldier Field in Chicago on June 21st and including a brand new date in New Orleans! Tickets sold for the original date will be honoured – fans DO NOT need to exchange their tickets. Those who cannot attend the re-scheduled date can refund their tickets by accessing their Ticketmaster account. For transferred tickets, the refund will go to the fan who originally bought the tickets, once they have been transferred back. Tickets for New Orleans will go on general sale Friday May 31, at 10am (local time). The pre-sale for the Rolling Stones mailing list will run from 10am on Wednesday May 29 to 10pm on Thursday May 30 (local time). We apologise again for any inconvenience the re-scheduling of these dates may have caused you and hope to see you at a show very soon! #therollingstones #stonesnofilter #tour #newdates #USA #Canada
The Rolling Stones – No Filter Tour
Any time the Stones hit the road, it’s a big deal. They’ll be taking off this summer for their North American stadium tour, which was supposed to begin this spring but had to be postponed as frontman Mick Jagger underwent heart surgery. They missed out on events like Jazz Fest in New Orleans but they’ll be making it up to the city by returning to Mercedes-Benz Stadium in July. Many of those tickets are already sold out, as you can expect them to be all around the country considering the band is only doing 17 shows. Get yours ASAP if you want to see this legendary rock n’ roll band perform! They always deliver.
Eric Church – Double Down Tour
Country star Eric Church just released his new album Desperate Man last year, so fans are eagerly awaiting this tour to hear all the new stuff live as well as some old favorites. The best part? Church is playing two stops in almost every city he hits (thus the name of the tour). With 50 dates, 27 cities, and no particular set list, his shows are ideal for engaging with fans and each one is unique. He’s even been taking requests! Church began his tour earlier this year but dates have been added along the way and he’ll be on the road through November. You can also catch him at the CMA Music Festival in Nashville this June! Yeah, we’ve got tickets to that too…
Ariana Grande – Sweetener World Tour
Just try not to love thank u, next as an album. This summer, the sexy sounds of Ariana Grande will be traveling the world, with dates in North America through July before the pop princess flies to London in August. Much to the delight of her biggest fans, aka the Arianators, her shows involve fun pink- and purple-hued sets, incredible back-up dancers, and bangin’ vocals. Grande has been pumping out hits with back to back albums – Sweetener just came out last year too – and her tour is drawing songs from both. You’re in for a sing-a-long fest for sure. Grande’s opening acts include the catchy tunes of Normani (of Fifth Harmony fame) and Social House.
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see you soon I love you 5/29 – san francisco, ca – bill graham civic auditorium 5/31 – portland, or – theater of the clouds 6/1 – vancouver, bc – pne forum 6/2 – redmond, wa – marymoor park 6/4 – salt lake city, ut – the complex 6/5 – morrison, co – red rocks amphitheatre 6/7 – kansas city, mo – arvest bank theatre 6/8 – minneapolis, mn – the armory 6/9 – chicago, il – aragon ballroom 6/11 – toronto, on – rbc echo beach 6/12 – laval, qc – place bell 6/14 – boston, ma – rockland trust bank pavilion 6/15 – philadelphia, pa – the met philadelphia 6/19 – new york, ny – radio city music hall 6/20 – washington, dc – the anthem 6/21 – nashvillie, tn – ascend ampitheatre 6/23 – atlanta, ga – coca-cola roxy 7/11 – los angeles, ca – the greek theatre 7/13 – san diego, ca – calcoast credit union open air theatre
Billie Eilish – When We All Fall Asleep Tour
This “bad guy” singer has risen to fame at light speed, or at least you’d think so, but this is her fourth headlining tour. Eilish’s breakout album When we fall asleep, where do we go? along with her performance at Coachella (which kicked off the tour) has propelled her up even higher in the charts. This tour has a whopping 67 dates and rumor has it her shows will include a creepy mechanical spider to accompany her nightmare-pop sounds. She’ll hit cities all over the US and festivals like Life is Beautiful in Las Vegas as well as Austin City Limits. Prices are only going up for this ridiculously popular songstress, so get your tickets now.
Kacey Musgraves – Oh, What a World Tour
Album of the Year-winner Kacey Musgraves is hitting the road hard this summer, playing theaters and boutique amphitheaters after hitting several festivals, including Coachella, Bonnaroo, Governors Ball, and Lollapalooza. She’s been known to play every track off the highly-acclaimed Golden Hour, which won her three other Grammys, btw! The outspoken country singer has been making waves recently as her Grammy sweep has opened her up to an even broader fanbase. With smaller venues on the schedule, several of her August and September shows are already sold out, so if you want tickets, you better get on it!
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I’m too excited to write this caption gracefully. All these songs. This big beautiful band. Your smiling faces. Our looking into our own lives and singing along to it. THE AIR CONDITIONING. Can’t wait to see you…. ⏱presale begins tomorrow at 10am local time. Details at johnmayer.com 🎟Tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, February 1, at noon local time through Ticketmaster.com
John Mayer – 2019 World Tour
This guitar-phenom heartthrob is going on a solo tour around the world this summer – finally! But he’s a busy man, so he’ll also continue to accompany Dead & Company on several of their tour dates as well (we’ve got tickets to those too). Mayer already visited Asia and Australia this spring and he’ll be back in North America in July to make a run of the East Coast, followed by Canada, the Midwest, South, and West Coast. He wraps up the US in September before heading to Europe. Mayer isn’t just playing the hits on this tour – you can expect a few deep cuts, acoustic numbers, and several covers (so far, fans have been treated to songs by Prince, Otis Redding, Bob Dylan, and more). Mayer hasn’t released a full album since 2017 but he has satiated us with singles like “New Light” and “I Guess I Just Feel Like.” This is going to be a great tour!