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A Year in Concerts

Mark your calendars to get ready for these upcoming tours from favorite artists and bands like Zach Bryan, Noah Kahan, Green Day, and Drake. 

  • Drake with J.Cole 
    • “It’s All A Blur Tour – Big As The What?” Tour 
    • Jan. 18 – Mar. 27 
    • Drake and J.Cole have made many appearances at each other’s concerts in the past year and will continue to do so with their upcoming tour dates in locations such as Pittsburgh, Nashville, Tampa, and New Orleans. 
  • Bailey Zimmerman
    • “Religiously” Tour 
    • Feb. 1 – May 20
    • Bailey Zimmerman announced his “Religiously” tour which includes some international dates in England, Scotland, and Ireland. Zimmerman will also be playing nearby in Norfolk, VA in May. 
  • Taylor Swift
    • “The Eras” Tour
    • Feb. 7 – Dec. 8
    • Taylor Swift continues her “Eras Tour” in 2024 with more international dates like Tokyo, Australia, Sweden, and France. 
  • Stevie Nicks
    • Feb. 10 – Mar. 9 
    • Stevie Nicks will be going on an eight show tour across North America in cities like New Orleans, Arlington, and Belmont Park.
  • Bad Bunny
    • “Most Wanted Tour”
    • Feb. 21 – May 26
    • Bad Bunny goes on tour in cities across the U.S. like Las Vegas, Boston, Miami, and New York.

      Senior Kayla Dove after being interviewed (Brooke Pennella)
  • Zach Bryan
    • “The Quittin Time Tour” 
    • Mar. 6 – Dec. 14
    • Zach Bryan announced “The Quittin Time Tour,” just before finishing his current tour with dates in big cities throughout North America like Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Salt Lake City, and Toronto.
  • Noah Kahan
    • “We’ll Be Here Forever Tour”
    • Mar. 26 – July 19 
    • Noah Kahan will tour with a setlist from his album “Stick Season” and will play with special guest, Mt. Joy, on one date in Boston.
  • Morgan Wallen
    • “One Night at a Time Tour”
    • Apr. 4 – Aug. 8 
    • Morgan Wallen extended his “One Night at a Time” tour with ten new dates and guest openers like Jelly Roll and Lainey Wilson. Wallen will also play in Virginia Beach this June. 
  • Hozier
    • “Unreal Unearth Tour”
    • Apr. 20 – Sept. 17
    • Hozier will continue his tour this year with more dates in the U.S. with shows in Orlando, Dallas, and Virginia Beach.
  • Greta Van Fleet
    • “Starcatcher World Tour” 
    • Apr. 27 – May 21
    • Greta Van Fleet goes on tour in U.S. cities like Pittsburgh, New Orleans, and Austin. More locations will include places in Germany, France, and the U.S. Special guests Mt. Joy, Black Honey, and Surf Curse will be at select shows.
  • The Rolling Stones
    • “Hackney Diamonds” Tour 
    • Apr. 28 – July 7 
    • The Rolling Stones plan to go on tour to celebrate their newest album. They can be seen in cities across the U.S. and Canada like Philadelphia, Chicago, and Vancouver.
  • Melanie Martinez 
    • “The Trilogy Tour”
    • May 10 – June 27
    • Melanie Martinez announced “The Trilogy Tour” with a setlist that includes songs from all three of her albums. Locations for her tour include Seattle, New York, Philadelphia, and Toronto.
  • Olivia Rodrigo 
    • “GUTS” Tour
    • May 15 – June 18
    • Olivia Rodrigo will celebrate her sophomore album with the “GUTS” World Tour. Locations include Los Angeles; Washington, D.C.; London; and Glasgow, Scotland.
  • Tate McRae
    • “Think Later World Tour”
    • July 7 – Aug. 22
    • With the release of her new album “Think Later”, Tate McRae announced a world tour in locations in Ireland, France, and cities in the U.S. like Washington D.C.
  • Creed
    • “Summer of ’99 Tour”
    • July 17 – Sept. 28 
    • Creed announced a reunion tour called “Summer of ’99 Tour” in which they will play together again for the first time in over a decade. They can be seen in cities across North America like Charlotte, Virginia Beach, and Nashville.
  • Green Day
    • “The Saviors Tour”
    • July 26 – Sept. 4 
    • 1980s rock band Green Day goes on tour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their album “Dookie and the 20th anniversary of their LP “American Idiot“. Green Day will have a show in Washington, D.C. in July. 
  • P!NK
    • “Summer Carnival Tour”
    • Aug. 10 – Nov. 23
    • P!NK added new dates to her Summer Carnival tour which she has chosen to extend into 2024 with dates in cities like Tusla, Tacoma, and Raleigh.

As many artists are soon to begin their tours, students reminisce of happy feelings from past concert experiences. “Everybody’s just happy and loud and dancin’ like a happy feeling,” senior Kayla Dove said. 

Canva image made by Brooke Pennella showing upcoming nearby shows

 

 

 

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