As the years go by, the heyday of rock ‘n’ roll seems more and more like a distant memory.
Fortunately, many of the stars of the 60s and 70s who defined the sound of classic rock are on the road next year, that is, when they are not spending time with their grandchildren.
And more of them could be coming to a city near you in 2023.
We are talking Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Stevie Nicks, Jimmy Buffett, John Mellencamp and much, much more.
So if you want to see all of these amazing acts on the run and farewell circuit across the country, we’ve put together a list of 22 of the biggest classic rock acts you won’t want to miss live in the next few months.
“The 2023 Tour” by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
It runs from February 1 to April 14
Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks
Running From March 10 to August 19
Jimmy Buffett’s Life on the Flip Side Tour
It will last from March 4 to March 11
Eagles’ “Hotel California Tour”
Running From February 17 to March 3
It will last from January 25 to May 28
Dead and Company’s “Final Journey” featuring John Mayer
It will last from May 19 to July 16
Featuring Bob Weir and the Wolfbros, The Wolfpack
It lasts from February 2 to March 12
Sting’s My Songs Tour
It lasts from April 1 to July 17
Travel’s “Freedom Tour”
It runs from January 27 to April 25
“Live and Personal Journey” by John Mellencamp
It will last from February 5 to June 24
Elvis Costello’s Tour of 100 Songs and More
It will last from February 9 to March 10
Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons
It runs from January 14 to June 1
The Beach Boys with Mike Love and Bruce Johnston
It runs from February 21 to July 4
Foreigners’ “Historical Farewell Tour”
It will last from March 24 to September 3
It will last from February 24 to June 27
“The Hits” by Rod Stewart
It lasts from February 10 to November 22
It runs from January 6 to April 21
It runs from February 9 to April 19
Works from January 12 to December 9
Find out who
It will last from January 27 to May 19
George Thorogood and the Destroyers
It will last from March 19 to May 21
It will last from April 12 to June 29
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The slightly more modern rockers are on tour in 2023
Being the classic rock purists that we are, we find ourselves including 80s and 90s rock icons on our list.
If you’re not as die-hard as ours, here’s a slightly more modern ‘almost taste of classic rock: the acts who’ll be taking their hits on the road next year.