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As in most other areas, Taylor Swift dominated the touring landscape in 2023. Her The Eras Tour grossed more than $1 billion , the biggest haul for any tour ever.

But there were other notable acts making big bucks on the road this year, including Beyoncé , Harry Styles and Drake .

Scroll through the gallery below to see who came out where on the list.

1. Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour

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2. Beyoncé: Renaissance World Tour

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$579 million

3. Bruce Springsteen And The E Street Band 2023 World Tour

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$379 million

4. Coldplay: Music Of The Spheres Tour

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$325 million

5. Harry Styles: Love On Tour

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$290 million

6. Morgan Wallen: Dangerous Tour

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$284 million

7. Ed Sheeran: + – = ÷ x Tour

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$268 million

8. P!NK: Summer Carnival Tour

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$231 million

9. The Weeknd: After Hours ‘Til Dawn Tour

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$220 million

10. Drake: It’s All A Blur Tour

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$184 million

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Taylor Swift Taps Paramore for European Eras Tour Run

Taylor Swift knows we need more — so she’s giving us just that. The singer has added 14 more shows to the European/U.K. leg of her Eras Tour , and announced that Paramore will provide support throughout the trek.

“Really can’t contain my excitement because… we’re adding 14 new shows to The Eras Tour,” Swift wrote on Twitter Wednesday, July 5. “And I get to travel the world doing shows with @paramore !! Hayley and I have been friends since we were teens in Nashville and now we get to frolic around the UK/Europe next summer??? I’m screaming???”

Really can’t contain my excitement because… we’re adding 14 new shows to The Eras Tour. And I get to travel the world doing shows with @paramore !! Hayley and I have been friends since we were teens in Nashville and now we get to frolic around the UK/Europe next summer??? I’m… pic.twitter.com/kl1aijxR2o — Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) July 5, 2023

Last month, Swift added dozens of shows to her Taylor Swift: The Eras stadium tour — bringing the total count of shows to a whooping 104 nights . She also extended her run at Los Angeles’ So-Fi Stadium with a sixth show scheduled for Aug. 7.

The new addition comes after the singer announced shows in Japan, Australia, Singapore, and Europe earlier this week. (See below for the full tour dates.)

“EXCUSE ME HI I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY 🙋‍♀️,” she wrote on Instagram. “I can’t wait to see so many of you on The Eras Tour next year at these new international dates!”

She also added more dates to her already-announced Latin America tour. After wrapping her U.S. dates in Los Angeles on Aug. 9, Swift will head to Mexico City for four straight shows at Foro Sol starting Aug. 24. She’ll then stop in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and both Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo in Brazil in November.

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Swift first announced the tour last October after she completely took over the Billboard Hot 100 top 10 with Midnights . The added dates, which follow the addition of eight new shows last week, were slotted in “due to unprecedented demand,” according to the singer’s camp.

“Good Morning America, it’s Taylor,” Swift said during the announcement. “I wanted to tell you something that I’ve been so excited about for a really long time and I’ve been planning for ages, and I finally get to tell you I’m going back on tour. The tour is called the ‘Eras’ tour, and it’s a journey through all of my musical eras of my career.”

She gave us 8 shows last week, honey, but we want ‘em all. 💕 Due to unprecedented demand for tickets to #TSTheErasTour , Taylor has added 17 more shows in the US! https://t.co/ebjX0GgXTu pic.twitter.com/1NQeUZ7vml — Taylor Nation (@taylornation13) November 11, 2022

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Across the tour, Swift is being supported in select cities by a combination of special guests including Paramore, beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers, girl in red, MUNA, HAIM, GAYLE, Gracie Abrams, and OWENN.

The Eras tour follows the cancelation of her planned 2020 Lover Fest tour, which was originally going to see her make stadium stops in Los Angeles, Boston, and New York, along with Brazil, Denmark, Norway, and Poland. “This is an unprecedented pandemic that has changed everyone’s plans and no one knows what the touring landscape is going to look like in the near future,” she wrote in 2021.

Swift last went the road in 2018 for her massive Reputation Stadium Tour , which saw Swift accompanied by the likes of Charli XCX and Camila Cabello across the United States, the United Kingdom, along with Australia, New Zealand, and Japan. The tour was the highest-grossing music tour by a female artist that year.

Since her last tour, Swift has released four albums and two re-releases: Lover , Folklore , Evermore , Midnights , and Taylor’s Version editions of Fearless and Red with additional songs. In total, she’s dropped 90 tracks of new material, not including collaborations with the likes of Haim and Big Red Machine.

Fans have long wondered what music she’ll be performing on the road, with some theorizing that she’d host a residency in Las Vegas or a music festival where she’d perform different “eras” on different nights.

Along with packing her setlist with songs from Reputation in 2018, she surprised each city with an acoustic rendition of fan favorites like “Red,” “Holy Ground,” and “Wildest Dreams.” At select shows, she also brought out special guests. Shawn Mendes, Selena Gomez, Hayley Kiyoko, and Maren Morris were among the artists to be brought out by Swift.

She previously took her 1989 album on the road for 85 dates, where she was accompanied by the likes of Mendes, James Bay, Vance Joy, and Haim. Before then was The Red Tour in 2013 and 2014, and her Speak Now World Tour from 2011 to 2012.

Taylor Swift The Eras Tour 2023 Europe, Asia, Australia (new dates in bold) Feb. 7 – Tokyo, JPN @ Tokyo Dome Feb. 8 – Tokyo, JPN @ Tokyo Dome Feb. 9 – Tokyo, JPN @ Tokyo Dome Feb. 10 – Tokyo, JPN @ Tokyo Dome

Feb. 16 – Melbourne, AUS @ Melbourne Cricket Ground Feb. 17 – Melbourne, AUS @ Melbourne Cricket Ground Feb. 23 – Sydney, AUS @ Accor Stadium Feb. 24 – Sydney, AUS @ Accor Stadium Feb. 25 – Sydney, AUS @ Accor Stadium March 2 – Kallang, SGP @ Singapore National Stadium March 3 – Kallang, SGP @ Singapore National Stadium

Taylor Swift The Eras Tour 2022 Latin America Dates (Additional Dates Bolded)

Aug. 24 – Mexico City, MEX @ Foro Sol Aug. 25 – Mexico City, MEX @ Foro Sol Aug. 26 – Mexico City, MEX @ Foro Sol Aug. 27 – Mexico City, MEX @ Foro Sol Nov. 9 – Buenos Aires, ARG @ Estadio River Plate Nov. 10 – Buenos Aires, ARG @ Estadio River Plate Nov. 11 – Buenos Aires, ARG @ Estadio River Plate Nov. 17 – Rio de Janeiro, BRA @ Estadio Nilton Santos – Engenhão Nov. 18 – Rio de Janeiro, BRA @ Estadio Nilton Santos – Engenhão Nov. 19 – Rio de Janeiro, BRA @ Estadio Nilton Santos – Engenhão Nov. 24 – São Paulo, BRA @ Allianz Parque Nov. 25 – São Paulo, BRA @ Allianz Parque Nov. 26 – São Paulo, BRA @ Allianz Parque

Taylor Swift The Eras Tour Second Round Additional Dates (Latest Addition Bolded) March 17 – Glendale, AZ @ State Farm Stadium March 24 – Las Vegas, NV @ Allegiant Stadium March 31 – Arlington, TX @ AT&T Stadium April 13 – Tampa, FL @ Raymond James Stadium April 21 – Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium April 23 – Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium April 30 – Atlanta, GA @ Mercedes-Benz Stadium May 7 – Nashville, TN @ Nissan Stadium June 4 – Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field June 9 – Detroit, MI @ Ford Field June 16 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Acrisure Stadium June 23 – Minneapolis, MN @ U.S. Bank Stadium June 30 – Cincinnati, OH @ Paycor Stadium July 7 – Kansas City, MO @ GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium July 14 – Denver, CO @ Empower Field at Mile High Aug. 7 – Los Angeles, CA @ SoFi Stadium Aug. 8 – Los Angeles, CA @ SoFi Stadium Aug. 9 – Los Angeles, CA @ SoFi Stadium

Taylor Swift The Eras Tour Additional Dates April 14 – Tampa, FL @ Raymond James Stadium May 5 – Nashville, TN @ Nissan Stadium  May 14 – Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field  May 21 – Foxborough, MA @ Gillette Stadium  May 28 – East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium  July 23 – Seattle, WA @ Lumen Field  July 28 – Santa Clara, CA  @ Levi’s Stadium Aug. 3 – Los Angeles, CA @ SoFi Stadium

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MORGAN WALLEN ANNOUNCES 2023 ONE NIGHT AT A TIME WORLD TOUR

4 Countries, 2 Continents, 17 Stadiums; Plus Arenas, Amphitheaters & Festivals

ERNEST  &  Bailey Zimmerman  Join All Dates in the U.S. and Internationally with  HARDY  and  Parker McCollum  Joining Select Dates

Tickets on Sale Friday, Dec. 9 at  MorganWallen.com

One Thing At A Time – Sampler  Drops at Midnight TONIGHT with Three New Songs: “One Thing At A Time,” “Days That End In Why” and “Tennessee Fan”

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NASHVILLE, TENN.  –  Morgan Wallen  admittedly treats his tours like an athlete approaching a new season, so when the East Tennessean wrapped his wildly successful 55-city Dangerous Tour   on Oct. 8, no one expected he’d come with a line-up of more shows this soon. Yet, the ACM  Milestone Award  Winner and only country artist nominated for  Pollstar ‘s Major Tour of the Year  award revealed this morning he’s not only expanding the size of the venues he’s playing, he’s traveling around the globe to see his fans in 2023!

Morgan Wallen’s   One Night At A Time World Tour , produced by Live Nation in North America and Frontier Touring for Australia/New Zealand, kicks off overseas  March 15-24  with shows in New Zealand and Australia with  HARDY  before returning stateside on  April 15  at Milwaukee’s American Family Field with HARDY, hitting New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, Chicago’s Wrigley Field and Boston’s Fenway Park with  Parker McCollum , before wrapping on  Oct. 7  at Tacoma Dome in Washington.  ERNEST  and  Bailey Zimmerman  will support across all dates, U.S. and internationally. Thirty-nine dates in total with 17 stadiums, amphitheaters, and arenas to boot.  Tickets on sale at  MorganWallen.com  beginning Friday, Dec. 9.

Wallen named his tour after one of three new songs dropping tonight at midnight on his  One Thing At A Time – Sampler : “One Thing At A Time”; “Tennessee Fan,” paying homage to Wallen’s East Tennessee upbringing; and “Days That End In Why.” Together, these three songs serve as the first taste of what’s to come from his time in the studio and arrive on the heels of his new single at country radio, “ Thought You Should Know ,” cowritten with  Miranda Lambert  and  Nicolle Galyon , currently sitting Top 20 as his latest No. 1 “You Proof” returns to the top of the charts for a rare sixth, non-consecutive weeks atop the Country Airplay chart.

“Man, what a year 2022 has been with the Dangerous Tour. I had the time of my life, and I cannot begin to express how grateful I am that my fans connected with the  Dangerous  album the way they did,” Wallen shares. “I’ve had so many people ask me if I wanted to take some time off; but the truth is – I have been writing and making so much music in my off-time because I feel as inspired as I ever have. It feels like new songs are pouring out of me, and I love that feeling. We are going to run it back next year with the One Night At A Time World Tour. Bigger venues. New countries. Bigger memories. See y’all there.”

As one of the biggest artists in the world with  Dangerous  continuing to notch historical chart status as  Billboard’s  longest running Top 10 album in history for a solo artist  (eclipsing Adele’s  21  and Bruce Springsteen’s  Born In The USA ), the 2022  American Music Awards ‘  Favorite Male Artist  and  Favorite Country Song  winner adds, “Also, I’m not quite done making this new album, so I’m going to keep making it through the holiday break and early January to chase this inspiration. I promise I won’t wait too long to reveal the album details. To hold you over, I’m dropping three new songs today as a sampler of what I’ve been working on. Can’t wait to take it  one night at a time  in 2023.”

Wallen’s 2022 Dangerous Tour spanned over 50 shows and broke records in 30 venues across the country during its 8-month-long run. Highlights include his historic Globe Life Field show, which became the fastest sellout in the venue’s history and surpassed attendance records previously held by artists such as Elton John and Lady Gaga, and holding fastest historical sellouts at 11 venues, while simultaneously breaking attendance records with stops at XFINITY Theatre, AmericanBank Center and Darien Lake Amphitheater.

As on his Dangerous Tour ,  $3 of every ticket sold for U.S. dates benefits the Morgan Wallen Foundation which funds causes close to his heart and, to-date, has supported organizations such as  Greater Good Music  by donating over 500,000 meals-and-counting, to  Children Are People , the  Salvation Army  and  National Museum of African American Music .

There is no official pre-sale in the U.S. for this tour, so fans are advised to only purchase through verified fans. For more information, visit  www.morganwallen.com . Morgan Wallen Fan Club pre-sale for Australia and New Zealand shows begins on Wednesday, Dec. 7.

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“One Thing At A Time”  – Ashley Gorley / ERNEST / Ryan Vojtesak / Wallen “Tennessee Fan”  – Ashley Gorley / HARDY / Mark Holman / Wallen “Days That End In Why”  – John Byron / Blake Pendergrass / Driver Williams

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Here, we present our list of the 2023 concerts and music festivals you won't want to miss. Keep checking back as we update the lineup throughout the year.

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Travis Scott Tour: 2023 Utopia - Circus Maximus Tour Dates: Oct. 11-Dec. 29 Guest/Opening act: Teezo Touchdown

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Christine and the Queens Tour: Paranoia, Angels, True Love Tour Dates: Oct. 17-26

My Morning Jacket Tour: Fall 2023 North American Tour Dates: Oct. 17-Nov. 11

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Doja Cat Tour: The Scarlet Tour Dates: Oct. 31-Dec. 13 Guests/Opening acts: Ice Spice, Doechii

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Big Thief Tour: North American Tour Dates: Jan. 31-Aug. 5 Guests/Opening acts: Lucinda Williams, Nick Hakim, L'Rain, Buck Meek

Bruce Springsteen Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: Feb. 1-April 14

Carrie Underwood Tour: The Denim & Rhinestones Tour Dates: Feb. 2-March 17 Guests/Opening acts: Jimmie Allen

Paramore Tour: In North America Tour Dates: Feb. 9-Aug. 2 Guests/Opening acts: Bloc Party and Genesis Owusu

Jo Dee Messina Tour: Heads Carolina, Tails California Tour Dates: Feb. 17-Nov. 11

SZA Tour: SOS Tour Dates: Feb. 21-March 23 Guest/Opening act: Omar Apollo

Father John Misty Tour: Live! On Tour 2023 Dates: Feb. 26-May 7 Guest(s)/Opening act(s): Omar Velasco, Loren Kramar, Butch Bastard, High Water, Shaky Knees

Wizkid Tour: More Love, Less Ego Tour Dates: March 3-April 7

Reba McEntire Tour: Reba: Live in Concert Dates: Mar. 9-April 15 Guests/Opening acts: Terri Clark, the Isaacs

Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks Tour: Two Icons, One Night Tour Dates: March 10-Sept. 23

Kenny Loggins Tour: The This Is It Tour Dates: March 10-Oct. 27

Chris Stapleton Tour: All American Road Show Dates: March 16-Aug. 25 Guests/Opening acts: Margo Price, Nikki Lane, George Strait, Little Big Town, Marcus King, the War and Treaty, Charley Crockett, Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives, Allen Stone

Taylor Swift Tour: Eras Tour Dates: March 17-Aug. 9, 2023 and Oct. 18-Nov. 23, 2024 Guests/Opening acts: Paramore, HAIM, Phoebe Bridgers, beabadobee, Girl in Red, MUNA, Gayle, Gracie Abrams, OWENN

Wilco Tour: Spring 2023 North American Tour Dates: March 23-April 30 Guests/Opening acts: Horsegirl, the A's

Depeche Mode Tour: Memento Mori World Tour Dates: March 23-Dec. 15 Guests/Opening acts: Kelly Lee Owens, Stella Rose and the Dead Language

Billy Idol Tour: Idol Live Dates: March 30-May 20

Festival: M3F Festival City: Phoenix Dates: March 3-4 Headliners: Maggie Rogers, Jamie xx

Festival: Rolling Loud California City: Inglewood, Calif. Dates: March 3-5 Headliners: Playboy Carti, Travis Scott, Future, Lil Wayne

Red Hot Chili Peppers Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: April 1-May 25 Guests/Opening acts: The Strokes, Mars Volta, St. Vincent, Thundercat, King Princess

Chlöe Tour: The In Pieces Tour Dates: April 11-May 3

Boygenius Tour: The Tour Dates: April 12-Aug. 5 Guests/Opening acts: Carly Rae Jepsen, Broken Social Scene, Bartees Strange, Claud, Illuminati Hotties

Father John Misty Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: April 14-May 7 Guests/Opening acts: Omar Velasco, Loren Kramar, Butch Bastard

Janet Jackson Tour: Together Again Tour Dates: April 14-June 21 Guest/Opening act: Ludacris

Phish Tour: Summer Tour 2023 Dates: April 14-Sept. 3

Shania Twain Tour: Queen of Me Tour Dates: April 15-Nov. 14 Guests/Opening acts: Breland, Hailey Whitters

Wiz Khalifa Tour: The Good Trip Tour Dates: April 15-22 Guests/Opening acts: Joey Bada$$, Berner, Smoke DZA, Chevy Woods

Lizzo Tour: Special 2our Dates: April 21-June 2 Guest/Opening act: Latto

Melissa Etheridge Tour: Summer Tour '23 Dates: April 22-Aug. 15

Kali Uchis Tour: Red Moon in Venus Tour Dates: April 25-May 30 Guest/Opening act: Raye

Destroyer Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: April 28-May 12 Guests/Opening acts: the Reds, Pinks, and Purples

Festival: Dreamville Festival City: Raleigh, N.C. Dates: April 1-2 Headliners: Usher, J. Cole, Drake, Burna Boy

Festival: Coachella City: Indio, Calif. Dates: April 14-16; April 21-23 Headliners: Bad Bunny, Blackpink, Frank Ocean

Festival: We Bridge Music Festival & Expo City: Las Vegas Dates: April 21-23 Headliners: Monsta X, Jessi, Enhypen, Bambam

Festival: Something in the Water City: Virginia Beach Dates: April 28-30 Headliners: Grace Jones, Wu-Tang Clan, Lil Wayne, Clipse, Mumford & Sons, Kehlani, Maren Morris, Summer Walker

Feist Tour: Multitudes Spring Tour Dates: May 2-19

Tegan and Sara Tour: Crybaby Tour Dates: May 3-Oct. 3 Guests/Opening acts: Hand Habits, Dragonette, Carlie Hanson

Blink 182 Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: May 4-July 16 Guests/Opening acts: Turnstile, Rise Against, the Story So Far, Wallow

Ed Sheeran Tour: Mathematics Tour Dates: May 6-Sept. 23 Guests/Opening acts: Khalid, Russ, Dylan, Rosa Linn, Cat Burns, Maisie Peters

Dave Matthews Band Tour: 2023 North American Tour Dates: May 9-Sept. 3

Matchbox Twenty Tour: Spring/Summer 2023 Tour Dates: May 16-Aug. 6

Stevie Nicks Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: May 16-Dec. 15

The National Tour: 2023 World Tour Dates: May 18-Aug. 18 Guests/Opening acts: Soccer Mommy, the Beths, Patti Smith (Aug. 18)

Ed Sheeran Tour: The "-" Tour Dates: May 19-Sept. 22 Guest/Opening act: Ben Kweller

Charlie Puth Tour: The "Charlie" Live Experience Dates: May 20-Jul. 11

Duran Duran Tour: The Future Past North American Tour Dates: May 23-Sept. 19 Guests/Opening acts: Grace Jones (Sept. 22), Nile Rodgers and Chic, Bastille

Foo Fighters Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: May 24-Oct. 5 Guests/Opening acts: The Breeders, Taipei Houston

Le Tigre Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: May 27-July 29 Guests/Opening acts: Shamir, Morgan and the Organ Donors, Claud, MAN ON MAN, Pom Pom Squad, Who is She?, Erin Markey, cumgirl8, Morgan Bassichis

Bebe Rexha Tour: Best F'n Night of My Life Tour Dates: May 31-June 30

Festival: Palm Tree Music Festival City: Dana Point, Calif. Dates: May 13 Headliners: Kygo, Ellie Goulding, Tove Lo

Festival: Hangout Music Festival City: Gulf Shores, Ala. Dates: May 19-21 Headliners: Red Hot Chili Peppers, SZA, Calvin Harris, Lil Nas X, Paramore, Skrillex, the Kid Laroi, Flume

Festival: Lighting in a Bottle City: Buena Vista, Calif. Dates: May 24-29 Headliners: Rezz, Sofi Tukker, Diplo, Zhu, Tale of Us

Jenny Lewis Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: June 2-Aug. 7 Guests/Opening acts: Cass McCombs, Jenny O., Hayden Pedigo

Bryan Adams Tour: So Happy It Hurts Tour Dates: June 6-Aug. 3 Guest/Opening act: Joan Jett and the Blackhearts

Yo La Tengo Tour: North American Tour '23 Dates: June 9-June 28

Diana Ross Tour: The Musical Legacy Tour 2023 Dates: June 9-July 2

Erykah Badu Tour: Unfollow Me Tour Dates: June 11-July 23 Guest/Opening act: Yasiin Bey

Fleet Foxes Tour: Shore Tour 2023 Dates: June 13-Aug. 24 Guests/Opening acts: My Morning Jacket, Uwade

The All-American Rejects Tour: Wet Hot All-American Summer Tour Dates: June 16-Oct. 14 Guests/Opening acts: New Found Glory, Motion City Soundtrack, the Starting Line, the Get Up Kids

Zac Brown Band Tour: From the Fire Tour Dates: June 23-Nov. 4 Guests/Opening acts: Marcus King, Tenille Townes, and King Calaway

The Smile Tour: North American Tour Dates: June 25-July 20

Sparks Tour: Sparks Tour 2023 Dates: June 27-July 16

Alicia Keys Tour: Keys to the Summer Tour Dates: June 28-Aug. 2

Festival: Outloud City: West Hollywood Dates: June 2-4 Headliners: Grace Jones, Carly Rae Jepsen, Orville Peck, Passion Pit

Festival: Roots Picnic City: Philadelphia Dates: June 2-4 Headliners: Ms. Lauryn Hill, Diddy and the Roots, Dave Chappelle, Lil Uzi Vert

Festival: Hot 97 Summer Jam City: New York City Date: June 4 Headliners: Cardi B, Glorilla, Ice Spice, Coi Leray, Fivio Foreign, French Montana, the Lox

Festival: Summerfest City: Milwaukee Dates: June 22-24; June 29-July 1; July 6-8 Headliners: James Taylor, Eric Church, Dave Matthews Band, Odesza, Zach Bryan, Imagine Dragons, Santa Fe Klan, Earth, Wind & Fire, Noah Kahan, Ava Max, the Pretty Reckless, Sean Paul, Coi Leray, Japanese Breakfast, Yellowcard, Smokey Robinson, Fleet Foxes

Yellowcard Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: July 5-Aug. 8 Guests/Opening acts: Mayday Parade, Story of the Year, Anberlin, This Wild Life

Dinosaur Jr. Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: July 6-Sept. 30 Guests/Opening acts: Clutch, Red Fang

Post Malone Tour: If Y'all Weren't Here, I'd Be Crying Tour Dates: July 8-Aug. 19

Killer Mike Tour: The High & Holy Tour Dates: July 10-Aug. 5

Beyoncé Tour: Renaissance World Tour Dates: July 12-Sept. 26

Maggie Rogers Tour: Summer of '23 Tour Dates: July 14-Sept. 29 Guests/Opening acts: Soccer Mommy, Alvvays

Madonna Tour: The Celebration Tour Dates: July 15-Oct. 7 [ POSTPONED ]

The Chicks Tour: The Chicks World Tour 2023 Dates: July 21-Sept. 5 Guests/Opening acts: Ben Harper, Wild River

Pink Tour: Summer Carnival 2023 Tour Dates: July 24-Oct. 9 Guests/Opening acts: Pat Benatar with Neil Giraldo, Brandi Carlile, Grouplove, KidCutUp

Regina Spektor Tour: Summer Tour Dates: July 28-Aug. 27 Guests/Opening acts: Aimee Mann, Allison Russell

Smashing Pumpkins Tour: The World Is a Vampire Tour Dates: July 28-Sept. 9 Guests/Opening acts: Interpol, Stone Temple Pilots, Rival Sons

Festival: Pitchfork Music Festival City: Chicago Dates: July 21-23 Headliners: the Smile, Big Thief, Bon Iver

Festival: Rolling Loud Miami City: Miami Dates: July 21-23 Headliners: A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott, Playboy Carti

Beck and Phoenix Tour: Summer Odyssey Dates: Aug. 1-Sept. 10 Guests/Opening acts: Jenny Lewis, Japanese Breakfast, Weyes Blood, Sir Chloe

JVKE Tour: What Tour Feels Like Dates: Aug. 3-Sept. 2

Father John Misty and the Head and the Heart Tour: Summer Co-Headlining Tour Dates: Aug. 4-Aug. 22 Guest/Opening act: Miya Folick

Lionel Richie and Earth, Wind & Fire Tour: Sing a Song All Night Long Tour Dates: Aug. 4-Sept. 15

Ben Harper Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: Aug. 10-Oct. 23 Guests/Opening acts: The Chicks, City and Colour, Katie Tupper

The Pretenders Tour: US Tour '23 Dates: Aug. 11-Sept. 6 Guest/Opening act: Guns N' Roses (select dates)

Guns N' Roses Tour: 2023 World Tour Dates: Aug. 11-Nov. 5 Guest/Opening act: The Black Keys

Jonas Brothers Tour: The Tour Dates: Aug. 12-Oct. 14

Sigur Rós Tour: Orchestral Tour Dates: Aug. 14-Aug. 27

Weyes Blood Tour: In Holy Flux Tour: Unleashed Dates: Aug. 18-Sept. 14 Guest/Opening act: Perfume Genius

Modest Mouse, Pixies, and Cat Power Tour: Co-Headline Tour Dates: Aug. 20-Sept. 16

Alex G and Alvvays Tour: 2023 Summer Tour Dates: Aug. 23-Sept. 1 Guest/Opening act: Cassandra Jenkins

Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper Tour: Freaks on Parade Tour Dates: Aug. 24-Sept. 24 Guests/Opening acts: Ministry, Filter

Janelle Monáe Tour: The Age of Pleasure Tour Dates: Aug. 30-Oct. 18

Pearl Jam Tour: 2023 North American Tour Dates: Aug. 31-Sept. 19 Guest/Opening act: Inhaler

Gin Blossoms and Sugar Ray Tour: Co-Headlining Summer Tour Dates: Aug. 31-Sept. 15 Guests/Opening acts: Tonic, Fastball

Maluma Tour: Don Juan World Tour Dates: Aug. 31-Nov. 4

Festival: Outside Lands City: San Francisco Dates: Aug. 11-Aug. 13 Headliners: Kendrick Lamar, Foo Fighters, Odesza, Lana Del Rey, Megan Thee Stallion, The 1975, Janelle Monáe, Zedd, Maggie Rogers, Fisher

Aerosmith Tour: Peace Out — The Farewell Tour Dates: Sept. 2-Jan. 26 Guest/Opening act: The Black Crowes

Aly & AJ Tour: With Love From… Tour Dates: Sept. 5-Sept. 19 Guest/Opening act: Vanessa Carlton

The Postal Service/Death Cab for Cutie Tour: Give Up and Transatlanticism 20th Anniversary Tour Dates: Sept. 5-Oct. 17 Guests/Opening acts: Lauren Mayberry, Warpaint, The Beths, Built to Spill, Iron & Wine, Pedro the Lion

Victoria Monét Tour: The Jaguar Tour Dates: Sept. 6-Oct. 22

Beth Orton Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: Sept. 7-Sept. 29 Guests/Opening acts: Pneumatic Tubes, Ben Sloan

Eagles Tour: The Long Goodbye Dates: Sept. 7-Nov. 17 Guest/Opening act: Steely Dan

Ani DiFranco Tour: Fall 2023 Tour Dates: Sept. 8-Sept. 24 Guest/Opening act: Kristen Ford

Ms. Lauryn Hill Tour: The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill 25th Anniversary Tour Dates: Sept. 8-Dec. 13 Guests/Opening acts: The Fugees, Koffee

Peter Gabriel Tour: i/o — The Tour Dates: Sept. 14-Oct. 13

Zhu Tour: The Grace Tour Dates: Sept. 14-Nov. 10 Guests/Opening acts: Channel Tres, Claptone, Hayden James

The Walkmen Tour: 2023 Revenge Tour Dates: Sept. 16-Oct. 17

The 1975 Tour: The 1975: Still… at Their Very Best Dates: Spet. 16-Dec. 2

311 Tour: Fall Tour Dates: Sept. 19-Oct. 22 Guests/Opening acts: Awolnation, Blame My Youth

Nick Cave Tour: Live in North America — Solo Dates: Sept. 19-Oct. 29

Röyksopp Tour: True Electric 2023 North American Tour Dates: Sept. 21-Oct. 1

Måneskin Tour: Rush! World Tour Dates: Sept. 21-Oct. 13

Lil Yachty Tour: The Field Trip Tour '23 Dates: Sept. 21-Nov. 8

YG, Tyga, and Saweetie Tour: Str8 to the Klub Tour Dates: Sept. 21-Nov. 22 Guests/Opening acts: Kamaiyah, Wallie the Sensei, DJ Vision

Kali Uchis Tour: Red Moon in Venus Tour Pt. II Dates: Sept. 22-Oct. 3 Guests/Opening acts: Tokischa, Buscabulla

Wilco Tour: Fall U.S. Tour Dates: Sept. 25-Oct. 27 Guests/Opening acts: Nina Nastasia, My Brightest Diamond

Boygenius Tour: The Tour Dates: Sept. 25-Oct. 31 Guests/Opening acts: Palehound, Samia, Muna, 100 gecs, Sloppy Jane

Festival: iHeartRadio Music Festival City: Las Vegas Dates: Sept. 22-Sept.23 Headliners: Foo Fighters, Fall Out Boy, Kelly Clarkson, Kane Brown, Lil Durk, Lil Wayne, Lenny Kravitz, Miguel, Travis Scott, Public Enemy, Sheryl Crow, Tim McGraw, TLC, Thirty Seconds to Mars

Festival: Ohana Festival City: Dana Point, Calif. Dates: Sept. 29-Oct. 1 Headliners: Eddie Vedder, Foo Fighters, The Killers, The Chicks, Haim, Pretenders

Festival: All Things Go Music Festival City: Columbia, Md. Dates: Sept. 30-Oct. 1 Headliners: Maggie Rogers, Lana Del Rey, Carly Rae Jepsen, Boygenius, Mt. Joy

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Luke Combs Announces 2023 World Tour with Opening Acts Lainey Wilson, Riley Green and Cody Johnson

Also featuring Flatland Cavalry, Brent Cobb and Lane Pittman as special guests, Luke Combs' 2023 world tour will span 35 shows in 16 countries on three different continents

Luke Combs ' travel plans for 2023 are locked in.

On Thursday, the "Forever After All" singer-songwriter, 32, announced the dates and opening acts for his upcoming 2023 world tour, which will see him perform 35 shows in 16 countries on three different continents, via Instagram .

The tour kicks off on March 25 in Arlington, Texas, and Combs will perform shows in cities including Nashville, Detroit and Chicago before concluding the U.S. leg with a show in Philadelphia on July 29. He'll then play a string of concerts across Oceania through the end of August.

At the end of September, Combs will launch a European leg of concerts, followed by several UK dates before the tour wraps in late October.

Riley Green, Lainey Wilson , Flatland Cavalry and Brent Cobb will join Combs as supporting acts for the U.S. leg of the tour, while Cody Johnson and Lane Pittman will open shows in New Zealand and Australia.

"Buddy… @lukecombs , you best not get tired of me!" quipped Wilson, 30, in an Instagram post about the tour.

Fans can visit Combs' website and join his club for information on pre-sales for the upcoming tour, while tickets go on sale for the public on Sept. 16.

Combs is currently on the road, performing shows in North America before concluding his current tour dates in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on Dec. 9 and 10 — giving the musician just over three months of rest and relaxation before he sets out to travel the globe.

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Last weekend, the country star made headlines for going the extra mile to help fans out when he gave a pair of young concertgoers cash to cover the cost of their tickets after discovering 12-year-old Bo Fenderson and Tanner Hale spent 10 hours stacking wood in order to make money to purchase the tickets for last Friday's show in Bangor, Maine.

While performing, Combs spotted a the boys holding a sign and read about their journey aloud from the stage, according to local NBC affiliate WCSH . At that point, he opened up his wallet and gave the pair $140 to help cover the ticket costs.

"How much were you tickets? $100? $200? Y'all paid $200, a hundred dollars apiece. Oh my God, I only got $140 right here," the singer said, according to CBS affiliate WABI . "Y'all want that, pay yourselves back. I'll get you some more."

Earlier this week, before starting his Saturday night concert at Maine Savings Amphitheater, Combs told concertgoers that he refunded everyone's tickets and would play for free due to vocal issues.

"I have to let you know that I have refunded all of your tickets. As of 7 p.m. today, a few hours ago, I realized that I was not going to be able to sing as good as I normally do," he said in a surprising announcement that was captured on video by numerous fans.

"[My voice is not] what I think it should be for you guys having to pay for it," he continued , adding: "So, we're going to put on the best free show we could put on, and I want you guys to know how upset I am to have to tell you that tonight, but all I want you to know is that we're going to do the very damn best."

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  • Gross: $300,804,808
  • Average Ticket Price: $253.56
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 53,923
  • Total Tickets: 1,186,314
  • Average Gross: $13,627,946

2) Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band—2023 Tour*

  • Gross: $142,605,835
  • Average Ticket Price: $211.80
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 18,702
  • Total Tickets: 673,277
  • Average Gross: $3,961,273

3) Harry Styles—Love On Tour

  • Gross: $124,000,392
  • Average Ticket Price: $115.07
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 31,694
  • Total Tickets: 1,077,622
  • Average Gross: $3,647,070

4) Elton John—Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Tour

  • Gross: $110,328,403
  • Average Ticket Price: $163.95
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 20,392
  • Total Tickets: 672,950
  • Average Gross: $3,343,284

5) Ed Sheeran—+–=÷× Tour

  • Gross: $105,309,873
  • Average Ticket Price: $104.20
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 40,424
  • Total Tickets: 1,010,616
  • Average Gross: $4,212,394

6) Red Hot Chili Peppers—2023 Global Stadium Tour

  • Gross: $91,488,134
  • Average Ticket Price: $123.87
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 38,873
  • Total Tickets: 738,601
  • Average Gross: $4,815,164

7) Coldplay—Music Of The Spheres Tour

  • Gross: $65,436,386
  • Average Ticket Price: $88.86
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 66,949
  • Total Tickets:  736,439
  • Average Gross: $5,948,762

8) Daddy Yankee—La Última Vuelta World Tour

  • Gross:  $60,461,483
  • Average Ticket Price: $96.62
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 27,206
  • Total Tickets: 625,748
  • Average Gross: $2,628,760 

9) Kevin Hart—The Reality Check Tour

  • Gross: $50,041,814
  • Average Ticket Price: $107.00
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show:  8,503
  • Total Tickets: 467,686
  • Average Gross: $909,851

10) Bad Bunny—World’s Hottest Tour

  • Gross: $49,112,859
  • Average Ticket Price: $102.81
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 39,807
  • Total Tickets: 477,688
  • Average Gross: $4,092,738

Worldwide top 100 tours

  • Average Gross: $1,473,145
  • Average Ticket Price: $116.41
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 12,655
  • Total Gross: $2.83 billion
  • Total Tickets Sold: 24.3 million
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Here Are the Artists Opening for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour: Paramore, Phoebe Bridgers & More

HAIM, Gayle and Beabadoobee are also on the lineup for the pop star's first tour in five years.

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Time to start saving up, Swifties. The news that Taylor Swift is going on her first tour in five years is exciting enough, but once you see the star-studded list of guest artists she’s bringing along for the ride, you’ll really want to purchase a ticket.

The pop star announced Tuesday (Nov. 1) that she would be embarking on The Eras Tour , a celebration of all 10 of the studio albums she’s released since 2006 — at least, that’s what the trek’s title suggests. Swift also shared a poster advertising the tour’s 27-date U.S. leg on Instagram featuring a collage of photos of herself through the years, from the time of her self-titled debut to Midnights , which dropped less than two weeks prior to the tour news.

All the Surprise Songs Taylor Swift Has Performed on The Eras Tour (So Far)

The Cats star hasn’t hit the road since 2018, when she launched her best-selling Reputation Tour. She had planned on performing again after the release of her 2019 record Lover in a concert series called Lover Fest, but canceled the shows due to the global coronavirus pandemic.

For those who are keeping count, this means that Tay has six albums-worth of new material that she’s never played live — if you include the previously unreleased vault tracks on 2021’s Fearless (Taylor’s Version) and Red (Taylor’s Version) . Studio albums Folklore, Evermore and, of course, Midnights , have all also been released in the time between Lover and the Eras Tour.

Though additional international dates won’t be announced until a later time, Swift did also reveal exactly who’s joining her during her highly anticipated return to touring. A total of nine artists make up the supporting act lineup for the tour’s first leg — with two acts slated per night to open for Tay night — and some of them are very familiar faces for the Swiftie community.

Keep reading to see who’s joining Taylor Swift on her 2023 Eras Tour below:

Paramore

  • 3/17 – State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.
  • 3/18 – State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.

Taylor Swift and Paramore ‘s Hayley Williams have been friends for years, and now they’re teaming up for the Eras Tour’s kickoff show in Glendale. The “Anti-Hero” singer brought Williams out during a show on her Speak Now tour to sing “That’s What You Get” in 2011, cast her in the award-winning “ Bad Blood ” music video in 2015, and reveled in her praise of Swift’s 2021 record Evermore .

Beabadoobee

Beabadoobee

  • 3/24 – Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas
  • 3/25 – Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas
  • 4/1 – AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas
  • 4/2 – AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas
  • 4/13 – Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla.
  • 4/14 – Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla.
  • 4/15 – Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla.
  • 4/21 – NRG Stadium in Houston
  • 4/22 – NRG Stadium in Houston
  • 4/23 – NRG Stadium in Houston
  • 4/28 – Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta
  • 4/29 – Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta

Beabadoobee ‘s involvement in the Eras Tour was foreshadowed back in May when Taylor used one of the indie pop star’s songs, “See you Soon,” in a TikTok made on the day she delivered the commencement speech at NYU’s graduation ceremony.

Phoebe Bridgers

Phoebe Bridgers

  • 5/5 – Nissan Stadium in Nashville
  • 5/6 – Nissan Stadium in Nashville
  • 5/7 – Nissan Stadium in Nashville
  • 5/12 – Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia
  • 5/13 – Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia
  • 5/14 – Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia
  • 5/19 – Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
  • 5/20 – Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
  • 5/21 – Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
  • 5/26 – MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
  • 5/27 – MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
  • 5/28 – MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.

Taylor and Phoebe Bridgers forged a friendship after the former invited the latter onto her Red (Taylor’s Version) vault track “Nothing New” as a guest vocalist. “She is an incredible businessperson and an incredible writer,” Bridgers praised the “All Too Well” songwriter in a 2021 interview with Billboard . “What she’s been able to build just from writing adeptly from a young age is insane.”

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Girl in Red

  • 6/2 – Soldier Field in Chicago
  • 6/3 – Soldier Field in Chicago
  • 6/9 – Ford Field in Detroit
  • 6/10 – Ford Field in Detroit
  • 6/16 – Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh, Penn.
  • 6/17 – Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh, Penn.
  • 6/23 – U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn.
  • 6/24 – U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn.

Taylor praised Girl In Red ‘s If I Could Make It Go Quiet on Instagram after the Norwegian singer’s debut record came out in 2021.

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  • 3/31 – AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas
  • 4/30 – Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta
  • 6/4 – Soldier Field in Chicago
  • 6/30 – Paycor Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 7/1 – Paycor Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 7/7 – GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.
  • 7/8 – GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.
  • 7/14 – Empower Field at Mile High in Denver
  • 7/15 – Empower Field at Mile High in Denver

MUNA had a connection to Taylor through Phoebe Bridgers, whose label, Saddest Factory Records, signed the “Silk Chiffon” trio in 2021. The group’s lead singer, Katie Gavin, has also revealed that Swift inspired their 2022 self-titled album.

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  • 7/22 – Lumen Field in Seattle
  • 7/23 – Lumen Field in Seattle
  • 7/28 – Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.
  • 7/29 – Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.
  • 8/3 – SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles
  • 8/4 – SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles
  • 8/5 – SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles
  • 8/8 – SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles
  • 8/9 – SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles

Swift and the ladies of HAIM have been best pals dating back to the 1989 World Tour, when the multi-Grammy winner first had the sister band open for one of her tours. Since then, the four women have collaborated on a song together — “No Body, No Crime” on Swift’s Evermore — and joined forces again in 2022 for Swift’s “Bejweled” music video .

GAYLE

  • 5/12 – Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Penn.
  • 5/13 – Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Penn.

“OH MY GOD I’M OPENING FOR TAYLOR SWIFT,” the “Abcdefu” singer excitedly wrote on Instagram Stories following news of The Eras Tour. “WHAT IS HAPPENING.”

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Gracie Abrams

  • 4/29 – Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta

A longtime fan of Taylor’s, Gracie Abrams summed up her feelings about going on tour with the “Willow” singer-songwriter in an emotional Instagram post. “@taylorswift you know i will never have the words,” she captioned a photo of The Eras Tour poster. “THE ERAS TOUR IS HAPPENING AND I WILL NEVER HAVE THE WORDS @taylorswift Thank you. Thank you thank you thank you. Thank you. I love you. holy. s–t.”

Owenn

Christian Owens, or Owenn, his stage name, went from being a backup dancer in a Taylor Swift tour to being an opening musician for a Taylor Swift tour. He performed onstage with Swift during her Reputation tour in 2018 and was also the pop star’s costar in her “Lover” music video in 2019 before joining the Eras tour opening lineup.

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  • 8/24 – Foro Sol, Mexico City, Mexico
  • 8/25 – Foro Sol, Mexico City, Mexico
  • 8/26 – Foro Sol, Mexico City, Mexico
  • 11/9 – Estadio River Plate, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 11/10 – Estadio River Plate, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 11/18 – Estadio Nilton Santos – Engenhao, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
  • 11/25 – Allianz Parque, Sao Paolo, Brazil
  • 11/26 – Allianz Parque, Sao Paolo, Brazil

When the pop superstar announced her first international dates for the Eras Tour, she also revealed that “sweet angel princess” Sabrina Carpenter would be opening for her in Mexico, Argentina and Brazil. The “Nonsense” singer has been spotted accepting friendship bracelets from other Swifties on the Eras Tour, and told Audacy in November that she loves Midnights , saying, “The whole album’s amazing.” Two of her favorite tracks, though? “Karma” and “Bejeweled,” she said at the time.

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Boiler Room has revealed the first wave of artists for their 2023 global tour.

The intimate broadcasts take place in fifteen key cities including London, NYC, Melbourne, Paris, Amsterdam, Mexico City & more (see full list below).

Whilst most cities haven’t disclosed the line-ups yet, artists include the likes of Denis Sulta, Overmono, Bonobo, DJ Boring, Eliza Rose, Mall Grab, Marcel Dettmann, Richie Hawtin, DJ EZ, and others.

You can access ticket links via their website .

Boiler Room world tour dates 2023:

  • Bristol: 29+30 April (Denis Sulta, DJ Boring)
  • London: 28 th May (DJ EZ)
  • Toronto: 3 rd June (SOLD OUT – DJs TBA)
  • Paris: 10+11 June (DJs TBA)
  • Milan: 24 th June (DJs TBA)
  • New York City: 15 th July (DJs TBA)
  • Los Angeles: 12 th August (DJs TBA)
  • Mumbai: 19 th August (DJs TBA)
  • Mexico City: 23 rd September (DJs TBA)
  • Manchester: 14+15 October (DJs TBA)
  • Melbourne: 28 th October (DJs TBA)
  • Seoul: 28 th October (DJs TBA)
  • Lisbon: 11 th November (DJs TBA)
  • Amsterdam: 24 th November (DJs TBA)
  • Sydney: 2 nd December (DJs TBA)

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Beyoncé announces ‘renaissance’ tour.

The news comes after the superstar musician performed at her first concert in four years in Dubai and before the Grammys, where she could become the most awarded artist in history.

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Beyoncé has announced a world tour in support of her Renaissance album, which dropped in July.

The superstar musician broke the news in a bare-bones post on Instagram on Wednesday, featuring merely a photo of her in her Renaissance album look and the words “Renaissance World Tour,” which she repeated in the caption, adding “2023.”

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Tickets for the tour, produced by Parkwood Entertainment and promoted by Live Nation, will be available starting Monday, with an exclusive presale for BeyHive members. More info about the tour and a complete list of dates is available on Beyonce’s website .

The news comes after Beyoncé performed for the first time in more than four years in Dubai last month and ahead of the 2023 Grammys this coming Sunday, where she’s nominated for a leading nine awards and, if she wins four, could become the most awarded artist in Grammys history .

The Dubai concert on Jan. 21 featured the superstar singing songs she rarely performs onstage and duetting with daughter Blue Ivy Carter. The nearly 75-minute, invite-only performance was to help launch the city’s new luxurious and opulent hotel, The Atlantis Royal. Jay-Z and other members of Beyoncé’s family were also in attendance at the Dubai show.

Prior to that, Beyoncé’s last live performance, apart from her opening the 2022 Oscars , was at the Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 in Johannesburg in December of 2018. That year, she and Jay-Z also went on their On the Run II tour. And she performed a headline-making set at the 2018 Coachella Festival, with her performance captured for the Emmy-nominated Netflix documentary Homecoming .

Her last solo tour was the Formation jaunt in 2016.

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Japanese pianist yoshiki celebrates classical album with 2023 world tour, yoshiki’s highly-anticipated classical world tour will see him perform at venues including carnegie hall and royal albert hall.

Yoshiki is a composer, classically-trained pianist, rock drummer, and the leader of the rock groups X Japan and The Last Rockstars .  His upcoming classical world tour “Requiem” celebrates the 10th anniversary of his Classical album — his third classical studio record, which hit No. 1 on the iTunes charts in 10 countries.

He will be the first Japanese artist to headline historic venues including Carnegie Hall , Royal Albert Hall , Tokyo Garden Theater , and Dolby Theater , playing classical concerts with orchestra. 

From October 7-28, Yoshiki will perform his new compositions, orchestral versions of his chart-topping songs from X Japan and his new groups, plus works by Beethoven, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, and Rachmaninoff. 

The tour will also feature special guest performers, which will be announced in the coming weeks. To purchase tickets to the tour concerts, click here .

In addition to the tour, Yoshiki will release his latest classical single, “Requiem,” on July 21, 2023, and X Japan’s first single in eight years titled “Angel” on July 28.

The tour announcement was made at the GRAMMY Museum at an event hosted by the museum’s chief curator and VP of curatorial affairs, Jasen Emmons .

“Last year in May I lost my mother. At that time, I couldn’t do anything. I had to cancel my live TV shows, and I actually went to see a doctor,” Yoshiki said at the conference.

“The tears kept coming for days. Then I started composing this song called ‘Requiem,’” he continued. “I thought I should move forward, I shouldn’t give up. To move forward and to really thank my fans who supported me, I decided to do this tour.”

The trailer for “Requiem” can be viewed below.

Yoshiki, 57, is internationally recognized for his work in music, television, and film, including a Disney+ documentary film “Yoshiki: My Music Story,” which is currently airing, as well as “Yoshiki Live at Carnegie Hall,” available to PBS viewers nationwide.

In 2022, his talent competition series, Yoshiki Superstar Project X with NTV , ranked No. 1 on Hulu Japan , which led to his creating a new boy band “XY.” 

Other projects include film soundtracks, a song dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the Emperor of Japan’s reign, and the official theme songs for the 2005 World Expo and the 69th Golden Globe Awards . His collaborators have included KISS and Queen .

Led by Yoshiki, X Japan has sold over 30 million albums and singles and sold out the 55,000-seat Tokyo Dome a record-breaking 18 times. He was the first Asian artist to perform at venues such as Madison Square Garden and Wembley Arena .

Additionally, Yoshiki is the fashion designer of his kimono brand YOSHIKIMONO and the first Japanese male to appear on the cover of Vogue Japan . He is the first living person to have a Hello Kitty doll named after him, called “yoshikitty.” He has his own Visa and Mastercard designs, top-selling premium wines and champagne, and other major product collaborations.

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Tuesday, August 15th, 2023. Excitement has been mounting with Madonna’s post that the North America rescheduled dates would be announced shortly. Today, Live Nation is pleased to confirm that most of the North America dates of Madonna’s Celebration Tour have been rescheduled and will take place immediately following the originally announced UK and Europe dates. Updated itinerary below. Tickets for the previously scheduled shows will be honored on the new dates. This includes all dates except Los Angeles and one date in New York due to a venue change, detailed below.  Getting all shows rescheduled was the number one priority. Unfortunately, due to scheduling conflicts a few shows noted below will be canceled. Madonna regrets the inconvenience to fans and hopes to make it up to those markets in the future. The Celebration Tour will officially kick off with four sold out shows in London this October, followed by shows across Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands throughout the remainder of 2023.  The North American leg will begin on December 13th in Brooklyn at Barclays Center. In New York, fans holding tickets to the previously scheduled Madison Square Garden concert on August 27th, 2023, will have an exclusive opportunity to purchase tickets to the newly added Barclays Center performance on Saturday, December 16th, 2023. Tickets for the original show at MSG will be automatically refunded to the original purchaser by Monday, August 28th. Ticketmaster will then provide all affected fans with a dedicated link and a unique code based on the quality of their previous seat locations to purchase tickets to the new date at Barclays Centre.  Advance sales start Tuesday, August 29th and run through Thursday, August 31st. If tickets remain, they will go on sale to the public starting Friday, September 1st at 10am ET. In Los Angeles, fans holding tickets to the shows previously scheduled at Crypto.com Arena (9/27/23, 9/28/23, 9/30/23 & 10/01/23) and Kia Forum (1/7/24 & 1/8/24) will also have an opportunity to purchase tickets to the new Kia Forum dates prior to the public. Tickets for the original shows in Los Angeles will be automatically refunded to the original purchaser by August 28th. Ticketmaster will provide all affected fans with a dedicated link and a unique code based on the quality of their previous seat locations to purchase tickets for their specific rescheduled event. Advance tickets for all previous Los Angeles ticket holders will begin Tuesday, August 29th and run through Thursday, August 31st. Fans unable to purchase tickets to the corresponding shows will have a second presale opportunity starting Friday, September 1st through Friday, September 8th to purchase tickets to any of the five Kia Forum performances. Remaining tickets will open for public sale Tuesday, September 12th (10am PT) at Ticketmaster.com As mentioned, due scheduling conflicts, the following shows are unfortunately canceled: July 27 in Tulsa, December 22 in Nashville, January 15 in San Francisco, January 18 in Las Vegas, and January 20 in Phoenix.  Refunds for these dates will be issued at the original point of purchase.  UK AND EUROPE SHOW DATE / CITY & COUNTRY / VENUE 10/14/2023 / London, UK / The O2 10/15/2023 / London, UK / The O2 10/17/2023 / London, UK / The O2 10/18/2023 / London, UK / The O2 10/21/2023 / Antwerp, BE / Sportpaleis 10/22/2023 / Antwerp, BE / Sportpaleis 10/25/2023 / Copenhagen, DK / Royal Arena 10/26/2023 / Copenhagen, DK / Royal Arena 10/28/2023 / Stockholm, SE / Tele2 Arena 11/1/2023 / Barcelona, ES / Palau Sant Jordi 11/2/2023 / Barcelona, ES / Palau Sant Jordi 11/6/2023 / Lisbon, PT / Altice Arena 11/7/2023 / Lisbon, PT / Altice Arena 11/12/2023 / Paris, FR / Accor Arena 11/13/2023 / Paris, FR / Accor Arena 11/15/2023 / Cologne, DE / Lanxess Arena 11/16/2023 / Cologne, DE / Lanxess Arena 11/19/2023 / Paris, FR / Accor Arena 11/20/2023 / Paris, FR / Accor Arena 11/23/2023 / Milan, IT / Mediolanum Forum 11/25/2023 / Milan, IT / Mediolanum Forum 11/28/2023 / Berlin, DE / Mercedes-Benz Arena 11/29/2023 / Berlin, DE / Mercedes-Benz Arena 12/1/2023 / Amsterdam, NL / Ziggo Dome 12/2/2023 / Amsterdam, NL / Ziggo Dome 12/5/2023 / London, UK / The O2 12/6/2023 / London, UK / The O2 NORTH AMERICA NEW SHOW DATE / CITY / VENUE / ORIGINAL SHOW DATE 12/13/2023 / Brooklyn / Barclays Center / Original Date (no change) 12/14/2023 / Brooklyn / Barclays Center / Original Date (no change) 12/16/2023 / Brooklyn / Barclays Center / MSG - 8/27/2023* 12/18/2023 / Washington / Capital One Arena / Original Date (no change) 12/19/2023 / Washington / Capital One Arena / 9/2/2023 1/8/2024 / Boston / TD Garden / 8/30/2023 1/9/2024 / Boston / TD Garden / 8/31/2023 1/11/2024 / Toronto / Scotiabank Arena / 8/13/2023 1/12/2024 / Toronto / Scotiabank Arena / 8/14/2023 1/15/2024 / Detroit / Little Caesars Arena / 8/5/2023 1/18/2024 / Montreal / Bell Centre / 8/19/2023 1/20/2024 / Montreal / Bell Centre / 8/20/2023 1/22/2024 / New York / Madison Square Garden Arena / 8/23/2023 1/23/2024 / New York / Madison Square Garden Arena / 8/24/2023 1/25/2024 / Philadelphia / Wells Fargo Center / 12/20/2023 1/29/2024 / New York / Madison Square Garden Arena / 8/26/2023 2/1/2024 / Chicago / United Center / 8/9/2023 2/2/2024 / Chicago / United Center / 8/10/2023 2/5/2024 / Pittsburgh / PPG Paints Arena / 8/7/2023 2/8/2024 / Cleveland / Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse / 8/2/2023 2/13/2024 / Saint Paul / Xcel Energy Center / 7/30/2023 2/17/2024 / Seattle / Climate Pledge Arena / 7/18/2023 2/18/2024 / Seattle / Climate Pledge Arena / 7/19/2023 2/21/2024 / Vancouver / Rogers Arena / 7/15/2023 2/24/2024 / Sacramento / Golden 1 Center / 1/13/2024 2/27/2024 / San Francisco / Chase Center / 10/4/2023 2/28/2024 / San Francisco / Chase Center / 10/5/2023 3/1/2024 / Las Vegas / T-Mobile Arena / 10/7/2023 3/2/2024 / Las Vegas / T-Mobile Arena / 10/8/2024 3/4/2024 / Los Angeles / Kia Forum / Crypto.com - 9/27/23* 3/5/2024 / Los Angeles / Kia Forum / Crypto.com - 9/28/23* 3/7/2024 / Los Angeles / Kia Forum / Crypto.com - 9/30/23* 3/9/2024 / Los Angeles / Kia Forum / Crypto.com - 10/01/23* 3/11/2024 / Los Angeles / Kia Forum / Kia Forum - 1/7/24 & 1/8/24* 3/13/2024 / Palm Desert / Acrisure Arena / 1/11/2024 3/16/2024 / Phoenix / Footprint Center / 7/22/2023 3/19/2024 / Denver / Ball Arena / 7/25/2023 3/24/2024 / Dallas / American Airlines Center / 9/18/2023 3/25/2024 / Dallas / American Airlines Center / 9/19/2023 3/28/2024 / Houston / Toyota Center / 9/13/2023 3/29/2024 / Houston / Toyota Center / 9/14/2023 4/1/2024 / Atlanta / State Farm Arena / 9/5/2023 4/4/2024 / Tampa / Amalie Arena / 9/7/2023 4/6/2024 / Miami / Kaseya Center / 9/9/2023 4/7/2024 / Miami / Kaseya Center / 9/10/2023 4/14/2024 / Austin / Moody Center / 9/21/2023 4/15/2024 / Austin / Moody Center / 9/22/2023 4/20/2024 / Mexico City / Palacio De Los Deportes / 1/25/2024 4/21/2024 / Mexico City / Palacio De Los Deportes / 1/27/2024 4/23/2024 / Mexico City / Palacio De Los Deportes / 1/28/2024 4/24/2024 / Mexico City / Palacio De Los Deportes / 1/30/2024 Cancelled / Tulsa / BOK Center / 7/27/2023 Cancelled / Nashville / Bridgestone Arena / 12/22/2023 Cancelled / San Francisco / Chase Center / 1/15/2024 Cancelled / Las Vegas / MGM Grand Garden Arena / 1/18/2024 Cancelled / Phoenix / Footprint Center / 1/20/2024

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Cyndi Lauper Announces 2024 Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Farewell Tour

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FIRST MAJOR TOUR IN OVER A DECADE KICKS OFF ON OCT. 18, WITH 23 STOPS ACROSS NORTH AMERICA INCLUDING HER DEBUT HEADLINING PERFORMANCE AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN

Tickets available starting tue., june 4 at 10 am local via presales, general onsale begins fri., june 7 at 10 am local on livenation.com.

Today, Cyndi Lauper has announced the Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Farewell Tour.  Produced by Live Nation, the 23-city headlining tour – Lauper’s first major run in a decade – begins on October 18th at Bell Centre in Montreal, QC, making stops across North America in her hometown of New York City at the iconic Madison Square Garden, plus Boston, Nashville, Los Angeles, and more before wrapping up in Chicago, IL at United Center on December 5th. Throughout the tour, Lauper will be joined by special guests to be revealed at a later date.

Tickets will be available starting with an artist presale beginning Tuesday, June 4. Additional presales will run throughout the week ahead of the general onsale beginning Friday, June 7 at 10 AM local time at LiveNation.com . Fans can also purchase VIP Packages, which may include premium tickets, a guided backstage tour, pre-show VIP Lounge, exclusive tour poster & more. VIP package contents vary based on offer selected. For more information, visit vipnation.com .

The announcement of her farewell tour arrives alongside LET THE CANARY SING , a feature-length documentary film that explores Lauper’s extraordinary life and career. The documentary will premiere exclusively on Paramount+ in the U.S. and Canada on Tuesday, June 4. In celebration of the tour and the film, Lauper will be honored with an imprint ceremony at the prestigious TCL Chinese Theatre Hollywood tomorrow (June 4) in Los Angeles. A special private screening of the film at the TCL Chinese Theatre will follow that evening, along with a Q&A.

Lauper will also be a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live! this Wednesday, June 5 (ABC, 11:35PM ET/10:35PM CT), to talk about her farewell tour and LET THE CANARY SING .  She was also just profiled by CBS Sunday Morning .

Directed by Emmy® Award-winning documentarian Alison Ellwood, LET THE CANARY SING made its world premiere at the 2023 Tribeca Festival.  Produced by Fine Point Films and Sony Music Entertainment in association with Concord Originals, the film chronicles Lauper’s meteoric ascent to stardom and her profound impact on generations through her music, ever-evolving punk style, unwavering feminism and tireless advocacy. The documentary takes the audience on an engaging exploration of a renowned and pioneering artist who has left a remarkable legacy with her art.

Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, has released a companion product to the documentary of the same name. The LET THE CANARY SING companion album is a career-spanning collection that follows Lauper’s career. The album is available now on vinyl and as a digital expanded edition here .

Cyndi Lauper’s Farewell Tour is directed by Brian Burke and produced and designed in partnership with BrianBurkeCreative and DX7 Design.

GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN FAREWELL TOUR DATES:

Fri Oct 18 | Montreal, QC | Bell Centre

Sun Oct 20 | Toronto, ON | Scotiabank Arena

Thu Oct 24 | Detroit, MI | Fox Theatre

Sat Oct 26 | Boston, MA | MGM Music Hall at Fenway

Sun Oct 27 | Washington, DC | Capital One Arena

Wed Oct 30 | New York, NY | Madison Square Garden

Fri Nov 01 | Nashville, TN | Bridgestone Arena

Sun Nov 03 | Columbus, OH | Schottenstein Center

Wed Nov 06 | Tampa, FL | Amalie Arena

Fri Nov 08 | Hollywood, FL | Hard Rock Hollywood

Sun Nov 10 | Atlanta, GA | State Farm Arena

Tue Nov 12 | Dallas, TX | American Airlines Center

Thu Nov 14 | Austin, TX | Moody Center

Sat Nov 16 | Houston, TX | Toyota Center

Tue Nov 19 | Phoenix, AZ | Footprint Center

Wed Nov 20 | San Diego, CA | Viejas Arena

Sat Nov 23 | Los Angeles, CA | Intuit Dome

Sun Nov 24 | Palm Desert, CA | Acrisure Arena

Tue Nov 26 | San Francisco, CA | Chase Center

Sat Nov 30 | Portland, OR | Moda Center

Sun Dec 01 | Seattle, WA | Climate Pledge Arena

Wed Dec 04 | Minneapolis, MN | Target Center

Thu Dec 05 | Chicago, IL | United Center

ABOUT CYNDI LAUPER

Cyndi Lauper is a Grammy, Emmy, and Tony Award-winning songwriter and performing artist with global record sales in excess of 50 million. Her iconic voice, influential punk glamor, and infectious live shows have catapulted her to stardom. Lauper won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist with her first album, She’s So Unusual , and became the first woman in history to have four top-five singles from a debut album including her anthem “Girls Just Want To Have Fun.”  Lauper has released ten additional studio albums, featuring classics like “Time After Time” and “True Colors,” and is a Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee and NY Times best-selling author.  In 2013, Lauper became the first solo woman to win Best Original Score (music and lyrics) for Kinky Boots .  She is also tireless in her advocacy work. She has been an activist since day one, always fighting for the underdog – especially women, people living with HIV/AIDS, and the LGBTQ community.

About Live Nation Entertainment

Live Nation Entertainment (NYSE: LYV) is the world’s leading live entertainment company comprised of global market leaders: Ticketmaster, Live Nation Concerts, and Live Nation Sponsorship. For additional information, visit www.livenationentertainment.com .

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