Biggest concert tours on sale: November 17

A heap of country music’s biggest stars are ready to hit the road next year on tours that make up a majority of today’s biggest shows on sale. Here’s the concerts with tickets available today. 

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill – The longtime couple recently announced over two dozen additional dates on their Soul2Soul World Tour, which will stretch through next summer. McGraw and Hill played an incredible 80 sold out shows this year on the trek, which marked their third co-headlining tour together. They’ll hit cities like Phoenix, Minneapolis, Baltimore and Raleigh in 2018, along with a pair of Canadian shows in Ontario. The tour comes in support of the couple’s first joint album, The Rest of Our Life, out today. Find tickets here.

Reba, Brooks & Dunn – This trio of country legends return to Caesars Palace Colosseum for two more legs of their acclaimed Las Vegas residency. Their latest stretch of shows will run from November 29 through December 10. After the final leg of 2017, they’ll return for 12 more shows in March and August of next year. Browse tickets for all upcoming shows here.

Luke Combs – Currently on the road for his Don’t Tempt Me With a Good Time Tour, Luke Combs has announced an additional 25 tour dates to keep him busy through next spring. Combs, whose debut album dropped earlier this year, will kick off the trek February 1 in Toledo and bring him to Seattle, San Jose, Oklahoma City and Honolulu among other cities. The tour will wrap April 26 in Edmonton following two other Canadian gigs in Vancouver and Calgary, respectively. Also on tap for Combs is a two-night stint at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium. Tickets for the Don’t Tempt Me With a Good Time Tour are available here.

Barenaked Ladies – Barenaked Ladies announced they’ll embark on their Last Summer on Earth Tour next year. They are scheduled to perform in 30 cities, including Boston, Chicago and Indianapolis. The trek begins June 1 in Minnesota and stretches to July 15 when it wraps up in Cleveland. Special guests Better Than Ezra and KT Tunstall are joining the band on the tour, which comes in support of their latest album Fake Nudes, out now. Find tickets for the Last Summer on Earth Tour and Barenaked Ladies’ remaining 2017 dates here.

Electric Light Orchestra – Jeff Lynne is bringing his Electric Light Orchestra back on the road for their first tour in over 35 years. ELO, who were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last year, are scheduled to perform at ten major U.S. arenas next August. The band’s touring comeback begins August 2 in Oakland, Calif. and wraps August 24 after traveling to New York, Denver, Toronto, Houston and Los Angeles. Find tickets here.

Foo Fighters Dave Grohl and company have quite a busy 2018 ahead. Their Concrete and Gold Tour will take them to some of the biggest venues in the country, with the demand for tickets being so hot, the band keeps adding dates. They are now scheduled for two nights at Fenway Park, Madison Square Garden and Wrigley Field next summer and announced a string of fall dates as well. The rockers added six shows along the west coast for next September, including stops in Seattle, Portland and Vancouver, and will headline the CalJam 18 festival the following month. Tickets available for all upcoming performances here.

Celine Dion – The Canadian songstress may have over a dozen scheduled performances remaining this year, but she is already looking ahead to 2018, extending her long-running Las Vegas residency through next spring. Dion announced 26 new dates at Caesars Palace Colosseum stretched across three legs. The first runs from December 30 through January 20, while the following legs run intermittently from March through June. The Caesars Palace staple has been one of the most popular shows on the Las Vegas strip since 2011 and always sells fast. Find tickets here.

Tyler, The Creator – Tyler, The Creator is continuing to support his latest album Flower Boy with 23 new tour dates. The rapper is wrapping up the first leg of shows this month, and is slated to resume touring January 26 in Vancouver. He will perform venues in Detroit, Washington, D.C., Chicago, San Francisco and Dallas, as well make stops in Canada in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver for the opening show. Vince Staples is joining Tyler, The Creator for the duration of the tour, which wraps up March 4 in Milwaukee. Find tickets here.