The Biggest Concert Tours of 2022: How to Get Tickets to Bad Bunny, Lady Gaga and More
With Coachella just around the corner, music fans know the kickoff of concert season is well underway. After two years of pandemic-related delayed and canceled tours (we're still mourning the loss of Taylor Swift's Loverfest), some of the best and biggest names in the biz are finally hitting the road and gearing up for their rescheduled (coronavirus-compliant) summer tour seasons.
Although the desert music festival is completely sold out, there are tons of other grab-worthy tickets still available right now on Ticketmaster. Chart toppers like Lady Gaga, Bad Bunny and Billie Eilish will finally have the chance to give live performances of their latest albums in giant stadium venues. While smaller, more intimate concerts from stars like Haim and Phoebe Bridgers are available throughout the season and ready to purchase.
No matter what your music tastes are, these tours have something for everyone. So whether you're ready to dance the night away with Dua Lipa, sing along with Elton John before he retires for good, or something in between, get your tickets for concerts happening now through November, when the touring season wraps up again.
Below, we've compiled a list of the biggest tours hitting the U.S. stages this summer. Grab tickets while they last and make sure this concert tour season is a memorable one for you.
Little Monsters, listen up! After delays from the pandemic, Lady Gaga is finally ready to honor her dance-pop album Chromatica with a 14-city summer tour. If the album's music videos were anything like the impending tour, we can expect some over-the-top cyberpunk imagery mixed in with heavy-hitting dance styles. Grab your tickets now before they're gone.
Bad Bunny made waves in 2020 by breaking Billboard records when El Último Tour del Mundo became the first entirely Spanish-language album to hit No. 1 in the album chart’s 62-year history. Now through October, fans will get their chance to hear the songs live for the first time with his North American tour. Don't miss out on the chance to commemorate this historical moment.
Two years after inundating the charts with smash hits like "Physical" and "Don't Start Now," Dua Lipa is finally giving fans a chance to put on their dancing shoes and shake their stuff on tour with her. The Grammy-winner's North American tour is already well under way, and she'll be hitting the stage overseas through November.
After two years of delays, fans will finally have the chance to see the Super Bowl headliner perform on his own stage. The Weeknd's summer tour will kick off this July in the artist's hometown of Toronto before traveling to all the biggest U.S. cities in the following two months.
If you've been craving a heap of '90s nostalgia, look no further than the Red Hot Chili Peppers' reunion tour. With original guitarist John Frusciante reinstated, the rowdy, mischief-loving band will kick off the tour this summer where they first came together in San Diego, California. If you've been dreaming of "Californication," don't miss your chance to see the band at any of their American tour dates.
Don't miss the chance to see the sisters' live take on their critically acclaimed third album. We can't wait to see the incredible personal, slightly darker songs on the large stages of the North American stadiums they've booked.
Bieber is back and better than ever in his latest world tour. Focusing on his fifth and sixth studio albums (Changes and Justice, respectively), the superstar's fourth tour brings all the showmanship and drama we've come to expect. Plus, with opening act Jaden Smith, it's a can't miss.
Fans will be happier than ever to see Billie Eilish on her current world tour. The singer continues to perform, following her big win at the Oscars, and with several venues already sold out, it's time to grab the tickets now. You won't want to miss the chance to see her before she travels abroad this summer.
The pop star has a huge library of songs awaiting to be performed live. This April and May, fans will have the chance to see renditions of their favorite songs on the big stage, all with general admission, so you can elbow your way to the front and see Charli up close.
The rock star, who recently made waves as the first female featured on a Taylor Swift album, is debuting her American tour at the sold-out Coachella this April. If you didn't grab tickets to the highly-coveted music festival, don't worry. Bridgers' tour consists of 40 dates across the U.S. and Canada, so you'll have ample opportunity to see her.
See the musical legend up close and personal in his latest North American tour this May and June.
We fell for Alicia Keys over a decade ago, and we can't wait to see what she has in store for her latest tour, which kicks off this August. We're saving our pennies for this in-demand tour, which has already sold out at a few venues. Grab tickets while they still last.
The self-proclaimed "King of Reggaetón" celebrates his latest album with a dance-filled tour that will sweep the U.S. starting this July. So grab yourself a coquito and get your hips ready to party away, Puerto Rican style.
Justin Vernon and crew are hitting the road again. This time, the indie folk group will have 30 American dates before crossing the pond to their international leg. With special guests like Dijon, Bonny Light Horseman and Carm, we are expecting exquisite vibes from every performance.
Country fans are in for a treat this summer as the newly minted "The Chicks" tour America this summer, gracing large outdoor venues (like the famed Jones Beach) with performances from their 2020 reunion comeback album, Gaslighter.
In an effort to reduce emissions, the rock band's tour will be powered by renewable energy like kinetic stadium floors and fan-powered bikes for a truly interactive performance you won't believe until you see it.
If you're ready for emo girl summer, you're not alone. Lorde is returning to the stage this April to debut her new album Solar Power. So don't wait for a green light, and grab tickets right now before they're gone.
Come say goodbye to the Rocketman himself as he hits the road for the last time. His farewell tour is well underway, but with over 100 dates left, there's ample time to get ready to say goodbye.
The hip-hop star will get support from Vince Staples, Kali Uchis and Texas MC Teezo Touchdown on his latest tour. Don't miss the chance to see the spectacular lineup before they head abroad this summer.
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