52 Biggest Concert Tours of 2023: Get Tickets for Springsteen, Swift and More

2022 has undoubtedly been a huge year for live music, with Paul McCartney, BTS, Bob Dylan, Lady Gaga and My Chemical Romance all playing massive tours across the country.

For that, 2023 says “No big deal.”

While announcements are still dwindling by the day, the 2023 slate is poised to rival 2022 with huge pop, classic rock, modern rock, R&B, country and hip-hop genres on the horizon.

It doesn’t matter what genre of music you like; In the full list of upcoming tours, there may be a huge tour that excites you.

From whom Springsteen for Quick for SZAhere are 52 of the biggest touring acts of 2023 – one for each week – that you won’t want to miss when they come to a city near you next year.

Modern pop

“Eras Journey” by Taylor Swift

Paramore, HAIM, Phoebe Bridgers, beabadobee, Girl In Red, MUNA, Gayle, Gracie Abrams and OWENN on selected dates
It will last from March 17 to August 9

Adele’s Weekend With Adele

It will last from January 20 to March 25

“Journey to Math” by Ed Sheeran

Featured dates include Khalid, Russ, Dylan, Rosa Lynn, Kat Burns and Maisie Peters.
It will last from May 6 to September 23

“Play” by Katy Perry

It runs from February 15 to April 15

WizKid’s “More Love, Less Ego Tour”

It will last from May 6 to September 23

Classic rock

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

It runs from February 1 to April 14

“Two Icons, One Night Ride” by Stevie Nicks with Billy Joel

It runs from January 13 to September 23

Jimmy Buffett’s Life on the Flip Side Tour

It will last from March 4 to May 6

Sting’s My Songs Tour

It runs from April 1 to April 9

“Live and Personal Journey” by John Mellencamp

It will last from February 5 to June 24

ZZ Top’s “Journey of a Sharply Dressed Common Man” with Lynyrd Skynyrd

Uncle Cracker in it
From July 21 to September 17

Travel’s “Freedom Tour”

Features Toto on select dates
It runs from January 27 to April 25


Running From January 25 to May 28

Dead and Company’s “Final Journey” With John Mayer

Running From May 19 to July 16

“World Tour” by Def Leppard, Motley Crue and Alice Cooper

It will last from February 10 to August 18

Elvis Costello’s Tour of 100 Songs and More

It will last from February 9 to March 10


Morgan Wallen’s Overnight Journey

Features Parker McCollum, Hardy, Ernest, and Bailey Zimmerman
Running From April 14 to October 7

“Stadium Trip” by George Strait

Featuring Chris Stapleton
Running From May 6 to August 5

Plus One Las Vegas Residency by Garth Brooks

It will last from May 18 to December 16

From “Fire Trip” by Zac Brown Band

Features Marcus King, Tenille Townes and King Calaway
It runs from June 23 to November 4

“Reba: The Live Concert Tour” by Reba McEntire

Terry Clark and Isaacs
From March 9 to April 15

Blake Shelton’s “Return to Honky Tonk Tour”

Starring Carly Pierce and Jackson Dean
From February 16 to March 25

Luke Combs’ World Tour

Starring Riley Green and Laney Wilson
It will last from March 25 to July 29

Shania Twain’s “My Princess” Tour

Featuring BRELAND and Hailey Whitters on select dates
From April 28 to November 14

“Drunk or Dreaming Trip” by Kane Brown

Featuring Dustin Lynch and LOCASH
From March 16 to August 3

The Judds’ “Final Journey”

Featuring Martina McBride, Brandi Carlyle, Kelsey Ballerini, Little Big Town and more.
Running From January 26 to February 25

Home Team Tour by Thomas Rhett

Featuring Cole Swindell and Nate Smith
From February 9 to September 29

Kenny Chesney’s I’ll Be Back Tour

Features Kelsey Ballerini
Running From March 23 to July 22

Carrie Underwood’s Denim and Rhinestone Journey

Featuring Jimmy Allen
Running From February 2 to December 9

Ms. A’s Journey to the Inquiry Line

Features Dave Barnes
Running From February 22 to October 28


Bruno Mars

It runs from January 25 to February 18

“Special 2our” by Lizzo

Latto feature
Running From April 21 to June 2

SZA’s “SOS Tour”

Features Omar Apollo
It lasts from February 21 to March 23

“Together Again Tour” by Janet Jackson

Featuring Ludacris
It will last from April 14 to July 9

Usher’s My Way: The Vegas Residency

Running From February 24 to July 15

Temptations with four hills

It will last from January 13 to May 21

The Legacy Tour of New Edition

Featuring Keith Sweat, Guy and Tank
It lasts from March 9 to April 30

The Next Superstar Tour by Nick Cannon

Symba, 24kGoldn, Justina Valentine, Hitman Holla, JD McCrary, Traetwothree, Klondike Blonde, DW Flame and POP MONEY.
Running From February 25 to April 8

80s, 90s and 00s rock

Metallica’s “M72 Tour”

Select dates will feature Pantera, Five Finger Death Punch, Mammoth WVH and Ice Nine Kills.
Valid from August 4, 2023 to August 30, 2024

Blink 182 North American Tour 2023

Turnstile, Rise Against, The Story So Far and Wallows on selected dates
It will last from May 4 to October 21

Red hot pepper

Features Select dates include The Strokes, Iggy Pop, The Roots, Mars Volta, St. Vincent, City And Color, Thundercat and King Princess
It runs from January 14 to July 21

“The Phantom Journey” of the Assassins

It will last from March 16 to March 25

Maroon 5’s M5LV The Residency

It lasts from February 4 to August 12

Twenty matchbox

It will last from May 16 to August 6

Third Eye Blind “Evening with Third Eye Blind”

It will last from March 10 to April 15

Arctic Monkeys’ North American Tour 2023

Feature Fontaines DC
It lasts from August 25 to October 1

“Memento Mori Journey” by Depeche Mode

Running From March 23 to April 14

Muse’s Will of the People tour

With Evanescence, Highly Suspect and ONE OK ROCK
It lasts from February 25 to June 25

Cutie and the Postal Service’s “20th Anniversary Tour” Death Cab

It runs from September 8 to October 13

Paramore’s “North American Tour”

Bloc Party and Genesis Owusu
It runs from February 9 to August 2

Pink’s “Summer Carnival 2.0”

Pat Benatar with Neil Giraldo, Brandi Carlile, Grouplove and KidCutUp on selected dates
It will last from July 24 to October 9

New Found Glory’s Make The Most Of It Tour

With Leanna Firestone
It runs from January 28 to March 22

They could be the Giants

It will last from January 10 to May 21

Dropkick Murphys’ “Full Electric St. Patrick’s Day Tour”

The Rumjacks, Jesse Ahern and The Turnpike Troubadours
It runs from March 1 to March 19

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