Concerts in 2020 Coming Your Way
2020 is more than a cool-looking number, it’s going to be the year for amazing concerts covering the full spectrum of music, so you shouldn’t having any trouble finding the tunes you crave – live and in person.
Here’s the list of our top concerts that cover the oldies but goodies, today’s pop stars, and some great shows for everything in between.
Check out who’s back… in black of course. Yep, there’s a rumor circulating that AC/DC is finishing up on another album confirmed by music engineer, Mike Fraser.
With new music on the horizon, it is likely the band will make a reappearance for a 2020 tour. Some things never go out of style including stellar rock and roll.
With over 22 million subscribers on Youtube, A stadium tour is in order for this breakout teenage phenom. She’s calling this, Where Do We Go? World Tour.
Picking up in March 2020, she’s hitting lots of east coast cities then heading over to the west coast in April. Checking out her website, she’s mostly sold out already and something tells me the scalpers might have had a hand in this, but where there’s a will, there’s a way. It just might cost you a pretty penny.
Since the release of her last album in 2017, Taylor Swift is back with new music. Taylor Swift has announced the first round of dates for her 2020 tour, Lover Fest.
Fans can catch the pop icon live next summer at cities across the globe.
Aside from playing guitar, piano, and banjo, she’s also a talented painter.
Probably a nice way to unwind after spending so much time on the road.
Another comeback concert in 2020 we’re excited about is the recent announcement by Rage Against The Machine.
After taking their final bow in 2011, RATM is back and ready to rock in 2020. The group has announced a reunion tour, which will be hitting the road in March.
With the band re-emerging onto the scene, more RATM tour dates are sure to be announced. Their songs express revolutionary political views.
As of 2010, they had sold over 16 million records worldwide. The band was nominated for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in their first year of eligibility in 2017 and 2018. Although both bids failed- which to them might be considered a success as this would be the ultimate raging against the machine.
Taking it down a couple of notches, there’s great news for fans of No Shoes. Kenny Chesney is hitting the road hard with his concerts in 2020, doing a massive trek around North American that he’s calling the Chillaxification Tour.
He’ll be playing at the likes of Gillette Stadium, Arrowhead Stadium, and Ford Field. Kenny has produced more than 40 Top 10 singles on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts. And 30 of these have reached number one.
No doubt this will be standing room only. And if you really want to take it down a couple more notches (in the sense nobody holds up lighters for an encore) check out our top orchestras around the world. These will also stir your emotions, no lighter required.