Biggest Concerts on Sale: December 8

Another Friday means another huge day of concert tickets going on sale. Rock artists make up the biggest batch of concerts to go on sale today. Find out all tour and ticket information below.

Foreigner – The classic rock band is back for more shows, with not one but two tours on the itinerary next year. Foreigner’s 40th Anniversary Tour launched earlier this summer and by popular demand, the band added 22 shows stretching from February through April. Not long after the anniversary tour wraps, Foreigner will kick off their Juke Box Heroes Tour, a 30-date summer trek that will bring them to Raleigh, Nashville, Denver, and Chicago among other cities. Browse tickets for all upcoming tour dates here.

Jimmy Eat World – Alt. rockers Jimmy Eat World took on a supporting role this year when they opened for Incubus on their summer tour. Now they’re ready to step into the spotlight as the headlining act for 12 shows on their Integrity Blues tour. The trek begins May 5 in Cincinnati and travels to Chicago, St. Louis, Minneapolis and Boston among other cities through mid-June. Find your tickets here.

Dashboard Confessional – Dashboard Confessional spent the summer of 2017 visiting nearly two dozen U.S. cities, and now they’re dedicating an entire tour leg of their We Fight tour to Canadian fans. The emo band will travel to 13 cities across Canada throughout February and March, including stops in Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg and Edmonton. Following those dates, more U.S. gigs are on hand throughout May. Tickets available here.

Papa Roach – Like Foreigner, Papa Roach also have two tours on the way in 2018. They’ll spend a month on a co-headlining trek with A Day to Remember through March 20 and kick off their own headlining North American tour a few weeks later. Cities on the itinerary include Detroit, Fresno, Houston, and Louisville. Canadian stops include Calgary, Montreal, and Regina. Find your tickets here.

Jason Mraz – Singer-songwriter Jason Mraz may be trying his hand at Broadway right now as a leading man in Waitress, but not long after his tenure with the production is up he’s heading straight back to his roots for an intimate, acoustic tour. The newly-announced 17-city tour will keep Mraz busy for the entirety of March and bring him to performance venues throughout the Southern U.S., including San Antonio, Orlando, Baton Rouge and Miami. It will mark Mraz’s first proper tour since 2015. Tickets available here.