A slew of major artists revealed plans for upcoming tours that it may be hard to keep track of who is hitting the road when. See the full breakdown of the biggest tour announcements made this week and prepare accordingly to see your favorite artist when they head to a city near you.
P!nk – Beautiful Trauma Tour
With her seventh studio album Beautiful Trauma due out next Friday, Oct. 13, P!nk unveiled her corresponding North American tour in support of the record. The Beautiful Trauma tour, P!nk’s first headlining tour in three years, is slated to kick off March 1 in Phoenix and stop in 40 North American cities before wrapping up June 2 in Los Angeles. Tickets available here.
Sam Smith – 2018 North American Tour
Soulful British crooner Sam Smith has recently returned to music three years after the release of his critically acclaimed debut album In the Lonely Hour. He gifted fans with new single “Pray,” revealed his second album The Thrill of It All will be released November 3 and announced plans for a 2018 North American tour. Smith will serenade packed arenas in 38 cities on the tour, which begins mid-June and stretches to September. He will begin and conclude the tour with Canadian gigs, in Toronto and Calgary, respectively. Browse tickets here.
Niall Horan – Flicker World Tour
Currently traveling to select small venues on his Flicker Sessions tour, Horan has laid out plans for a massive Flicker World Tour in 2018. He announced 25 European shows via Twitter, which will kick off in March in his native Ireland and wrap up in May in Portugal. Julia Michaels will be joining him for the overseas leg, with Maren Morris supporting the former One Direction star on the 35-date North American leg next summer. Tickets for all upcoming shows available here.
iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour
iHeartRadio’s annual Jingle Ball tour brings together some of music’s biggest names for a star-studded holiday concert series. This year’s schedule consists of 13 shows beginning in Dallas November 28. The tour includes stops in Boston, New York, Chicago and Toronto among other cities, and concludes December 17 in Miami. Horan’s 1D bandmate Liam Payne and former Fifth Harmony member Camila Cabello have been pegged as headliners, though the full lineup is yet to be announced. Find tickets for upcoming Jingle Ball dates here.
Mariah Carey – All I Want for Christmas Is You Tour
What would the holiday season be without Mariah Carey’s inescapable hit “All I Want for Christmas Is You?” The Grammy winner brings the holiday spirit to cities across North America on the seasonal tour, which starts November 17 in Windsor, Ontario. Carey will hit six other cities on the trek, including Chicago and Atlantic City, before the tour wraps with brief residencies in New York (Beacon Theatre) and Las Vegas (Caesars Palace Colosseum). Tickets available here.
Be sure to stay tuned here for the latest tour announcements and where to find tickets to the hottest shows on the market.