The Most Anticipated Concert Tours of Summer 2017

With spring officially upon us, it’s time to gear up for the summer concert season as music’s biggest artists hit the road. Check out the concert tours you don’t want to miss out on and be sure to get your tickets before it’s too late!

Ed Sheeran – After taking a hiatus in 2016, the singer/songwriter returned in January and more than ready to make 2017 his year. His third album ÷ shot to the top of charts worldwide upon its release in March, and his voice has remained a steady fixture on radio waves with singles like “Castle on the Hill” and latest no. 1, “Shape of You.” Sheeran will travel across 46 North American cities starting June 29 after completing extensive European and Latin American tour legs.


Coldplay – Chris Martin and company embarked on their first North American stadium tour last year on their A Head Full of Dreams Tour. Five legs later of the same tour, they’ll travel once again to the same massive stadiums from August 1 through October 8.


Metallica – Heavy metal powerhouse Metallica embarks on their first world tour in six years, and will hit stadiums in 28 North American cities on the upcoming leg of their WorldWired Tour. The 8-time Grammy-winning band kicks off their summer tour in Baltimore at M&T Bank Stadium May 10 and wraps ups their North America trip in Canada at Edmonton’s Commonwealth Stadium August 16.


John Mayer – Fans of the bluesy crooner will get a double dose of Mayer, who has a jam-packed summer of touring ahead of him. He is currently traveling around North America solo on The Search For Everything Tour, marking his first headlining tour in four years. The guitar master will take a couple weeks off his solo tour to play an additional 17 cities with Dead and Company, before resuming The Search for Everything Tour.


Justin Bieber – The pop superstar has kept busy since releasing his monumental no. 1 album Purpose in November 2015 and touring seemingly nonstop since March 2016. The remainder of his Purpose World Tour takes him across Latin America, Asia, Africa, Europe and North America in a hectic summer schedule before wrapping up in his native Canada on September 6. Bieber will play North American stadiums for the first time in his career for the tour’s final leg, allowing him to go out in style.


Bruno Mars – All-around entertainer Bruno Mars will play 60 shows across North America from July through November on his 24K Magic World Tour in support of his latest album of the same name. Mars’ catalog of funk and pop hits along with his often underrated talent as a dancer make his concerts a high-energy experience that rivals his musical influences like Michael Jackson and Prince.


Lady Gaga – Mother Monster celebrated the start of her Joanne World Tour with a headlining (and head-turning) performance at Coachella Music Festival. She will head to 16 North American cities beginning August 1 in Vancouver and finish the first leg in Philadelphia on September 11. Have no fear if you can’t catch one of these shows, as Gaga will play a second leg across 18 cities throughout November and December.


Shawn Mendes – At just 18-years-old, Mendes is already working on his third major headlining tour. The “Mercy” singer will travel across 29 North American cities for his Illuminate World Tour, starting in Portland’s Moda Center on July 6 and concluding on August 23 at Boston’s TD Garden.


Florida Georgia Line – Country music’s top duo of Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard a.k.a. Florida Georgia Line are sure to have one of the top-grossing tours of the summer, as their Smooth Tour kicks off on April 20 and runs until October 21. In that time, they’ll play historic ballparks like Fenway Park and Wrigley Field, as well as make an appearance at the Country USA Music Festival.


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