As more artists begin to detail tours for next summer, fans are eager to get their hands on tickets ahead of time. Here’s the top shows on sale today, along with ticket information.
The Eagles – Legendary rockers The Eagles have announced plans to hit the road next summer, bringing some very famous faces in tow. The band will play 12 North American shows, including a handful of ballpark gigs, from March through July in their first proper tour since founding member Glenn Frey’s 2015 death. Remaining members Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit have recruited Vince Gill and Frey’s son Deacon to join the lineup for the duration of the tour following a successful festival appearance together this past summer. Special guests pegged to support the band on select dates include Jimmy Buffett, Chris Stapleton, and James Taylor, putting tickets for the trek in high demand. Find yours here.
Brad Paisley – 25 new dates are on the agenda next year for Brad Paisley’s Weekend Warrior World Tour, which brought him to 38 cities across North America earlier this year. The country star will be joined by Dustin Lynch, Chase Bryant and Lindsay Ell on the trek, which kicks off January 25 in Los Angeles and stretches through late-April. Paisley will play major arenas in Louisville, Reno, Kansas City and Grand Rapids among other cities. Tickets are available for the extended tour here.
Fetty Wap – “Trap Queen” rapper Fetty Wap will head to nearly 20 U.S. cities early next year on his recently announced FMF Tour. The 19-date trek begins January 13 in Silver Spring, Maryland and travels coast-to-coast before wrapping up February 18 in Raleigh. Seven stops on the tour will be to various House of Blues venues, including the Boston, Chicago, Dallas and San Diego locations. The tour will support Fetty Wap’s forthcoming sophomore album King Zoo, due out later this month. Find tickets for the FMF Tour here.
Khalid – The “Location” singer celebrated earning five Grammy nominations this week by announcing his upcoming Roxy tour. Khalid will kick off his second headlining trek next May in Portland and travel to 18 cities throughout the U.S. and Canada before wrapping up June 7 in Raleigh. The tour supports the singer’s critically acclaimed debut album American Teen, as well as his rescue dog Roxy, whom the trek is named for. To support animals in need of rescue, Khalid has vowed to donate $1 from every ticket sold to area shelters.
Andrea Bocelli – The famed Italian tenor has added a string of West Coast shows to his itinerary next summer. After several springtime gigs across Europe, Bocelli returns to the U.S. to next June to play shows in San Jose, Los Angeles, San Diego, Portland, and Seattle. The new dates are among Bocelli’s lone U.S. shows in 2018—he also has three shows in February scheduled in Florida and North Carolina. Tickets expected to be a hot seller so get yours here.