Biggest Concert Tours on Sale: November 3

This fall brought a stream of new album releases from some of the biggest acts in music, who unsurprisingly are now heading out on tour to promote their latest work. Check out all of the top artists with newly announced tours on sale now.

Demi Lovato – The pop songstress is behind one of the most anticipated new tours of 2018. She’ll team up with fellow music superstar DJ Khaled on a 26-date North American trek beginning February 26 in San Diego. The tour, which is in support of her latest album Tell Me You Love Me, will conclude March 31 after stopping in cities like Philadelphia, Miami, New York, Dallas, and Las Vegas. Lovato has also promised a pair of Canadian gigs in Montreal and Toronto. In addition to her winter tour, the “Sorry Not Sorry” singer will take part in the iHeartRadio Jingle Ball tour, joining artists like The Chainsmokers, Nick Jonas, and Ed Sheeran on select dates. Find tickets for all upcoming shows here.
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Foo Fighters – Good news for Foo Fighters fans! The band’s ongoing Concrete and Gold Tour will extend through next summer, as 19 U.S. shows have been added to the agenda. Dave Grohl and company are currently hitting major North American arenas until December, after which they will travel to Europe, South America and Australia. The second North American tour leg will kick off April 18 in Austin and stretch til the end of July with the finale taking place at Chicago’s iconic Wrigley Field. Tickets for all shows available here.
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Maroon 5 – Adam Levine and company dropped their sixth studio album Red Pill Blues today, and are embarking on a 33-date tour next summer in promotion of the LP. The jaunt will kick off May 30 in Tacoma, WA and extend through October, hitting major arenas in Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh, New Orleans, Denver and Nashville among other cities. Joining the Grammy-winning group is acclaimed newcomer Julia Michaels, who appears on Red Pill Blues as a featured vocalist on “Help Me Out.” Browse tickets for the Red Pill Blues Tour here.
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Thomas Rhett – The past year has been a whirlwind for the country star, who released his third album Life Changes in September, became a father to two daughters this summer and toured the U.S. on his Home Team Tour through it all. The chaos won’t stop there, as he will head out on his Life Changes Tour beginning next April. The trek will bring Rhett to 28 U.S. cities throughout October, though it will overlap with his plans to support Kenny Chesney on his Trip Around the Sun stadium tour next summer. Find tickets for all of Thomas Rhett’s upcoming shows here.
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Luke Bryan – Keeping up his annual touring schedule, Luke Bryan has announced his What Makes You Country Tour, in support of his upcoming sixth studio album of the same name. Bryan will open his latest trek February 16 in Springfield, MO and is expected to be on the road through next fall. However, only the first six dates of the tour have been confirmed by the country singer. He will be joined by Kip Moore and The Cadillac Three on the venture. Stay tuned for more info and additional dates, and browse available tickets here.
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Rod Stewart – Rocker-turned-crooner Rod Stewart has announced a Canadian tour for early 2018. The 10-date tour will run February through April and includes stops in Vancouver, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto. The outing also marks a return to Canada in some time for Stewart, who has performed a string of European shows this year on his From Gasoline Alley to Another Country tour as well as two more legs of his long-running Las Vegas residency show. Tickets for his newest gigs are available here.
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Kid Rock – The outspoken Southern rocker made headlines earlier this year when he hinted at a possible Senate run in 2018. Fast forward a few months, and he returned to headlines when he squashed the campaign rumors with the announcement of a new album and tour instead. Kid Rock’s Greatest Show on Earth Tour will launch January 19 in Nashville, and head to 21 additional cities through March. The tour comes in support of the Grammy winner’s eleventh studio album Sweet Southern Sugar, out now. Find Kid Rock tickets here.
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