23 Must-See Tours & Music Festivals: How to Get Tickets to Blink-182, Madonna, Stevie Nicks & More

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2023 is the year of mega-tours. After two years of rescheduled, postponed or canceled tours and concerts, music fans can rejoice in knowing that live shows are in full swing.

Beyoncé and Taylor Swift led the list of massively successful 2023 tours, but they’re not the only stars to hit the road this year. Madonna, John Mayer, Blink-182, 5 Seconds of Summer, Janet Jackson, Jonas Brothers, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks are just a small portion of acts who announced 2023 tours. And several of them have extended tour dates into 2024.


Below, find a roster of nearly 2 dozen tours and music festivals that you still have time to attend, plus ticketing information for 2024 tours. We’ll be updating this story regularly, so be sure to check back for new dates and ticket information. If you’re looking for a discount on tickets, Billboard has an offer to save you money at SeatGeek. Take $10 off select purchases of $250+ with the code: BILLBOARD10 (offer valid on first purchase only).

For more tour guides, check out our roundups of 2023 Latin Tours in the U.S. and Las Vegas residencies.

A List of Must-See Music Tours (Updating)

SZA performs on stage during her ‘The SOS North American Tour’ at Rogers Arena on March 19, 2023 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Billy Joel — In addition to joining Stevie Nicks for a co-headlining tour, Billy Joel has solo shows scheduled for this year. Get tickets here.

Blink-182 – Fresh off the release of its new album, One More Time…, Blink-182 will be heading back on tour in 2024. Find tickets to here.

Bruce Springsteen – After postponing 2023 dates, Bruce Springsteen will be back on tour starting in March 2024. Get tickets to see The Boss here and here.

Chris Stapleton – If you enjoyed his rousing rendition of the National Anthem at this year’s Super Bowl, you need to see the country star live. Get tickets to here.

Depeche Mode – The English band’s tour named after its Memento Mori album launched in May. Get tickets here and here.

Ed Sheeran – Ed Sheeran’s tour is coming to an end for 2023. The singer will perform a final show in Las Vegas on Oct. 28 (rescheduled date from Sept. 9). Get tickets here and here.

Foo Fighters – The Foo Fighters announced dates for the 2024 Everything or Nothing Tour earlier this month. Get tickets here and here.

Jonas Brothers — The Jonas Brothers’ tour is still going strong. Get ticket here and here.

John Mayer — There’s still dates left on the Solo Acoustic Tour which heads to Texas this weekend. Get tickets here and here.

KISS — It’s the End of the Road for Kiss. Get tickets to see the band’s final tour here.

Luke Combs – Luke Combs extended his Growin’ Up and Gettin’ Old Tour into next summer. Get tickets here and here.

Madonna performs during opening night of The Celebration Tour at The O2 Arena on Oct. 14, 2023, in London.

Madonna – The highly anticipated Celebration Tour launched in London earlier this month. Get tickets to see the Material Girl here.

Metallica – The hotly anticipated M72 2023-2024 Tour from the rock legends follows the release of new album 72 Seasons. Get tickets here and here.

Olivia Rodrigo – The Guts tour kicks off in February 2024. Get tickets here and here.

Paramore – The pop-punk band will head overseas next year with Taylor Swift in addition to iHeart Alter Ego 2024 with The Black Keys, Thirty Seconds to Mars The 1975. Get tickets here.  

Shania Twain – The country legend launched her tour at the Tortuga Music Festival in April. Get tickets to the Queen of Me Tour here.

Stevie Nicks – Stevie Nicks will be on the road for the remainder of the year and into 2024. Get tickets to see the music icon live here.

SZA – The Grammy winner has a few more shows left on the 2023 SOS Tour. Get ticket here.

Taylor Swift – The North American leg Eras Tour wrapped in August, but Swift will be in Latin America next month and back stateside next year. Get tickets here.

2023-24 Music Festivals: Where to Get Tickets

A general view of atmosphere during day 2 of the 2016 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival Weekend 2 at the Empire Polo Club on April 23, 2016 in Indio, California.

Coachella, SXSW, Dreamville Fest, Lovers & Friend, Austin City Limits and Global Citizen Festival came and went — but music festival season isn’t over yet. See a list of upcoming festivals below.

ONE Music Fest — Kendrick Lamar and Janet Jackson will headline ONE MusicFest in Atlanta on Oct. 28-29. Get tickets here.

Camp Flog Naw — Tyler, the Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw will take place from Nov. 11-12 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. Get tickets here and here.

iHeart Jingle Ball — This year’s Jingle Ball will feature performances from Olivia Rodrigo, SZA, One Republic, Sabrina Carpenter, Jelly Roll and more. Get tickets here.

Stagecoach Festival — Lainey Wilson, Leon Bridges, Willy Nelson and more will take the stage for Stagecoach 2024. Get tickets here.

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