The Weeknd has announced his new world tour, The After Hours Tour, starting 11 June following the release of his new album, ‘After Hours’.
The singer-songwriter will be touring in support of her forthcoming debut album of the same name, set for release on 27 March.
“What a year this is going to be! First, sold out stadiums, then we get to go on tour with the mighty ZZ Top!”
The Decemberists will celebrate their 20th anniversary as a band by hitting the road this summer for their North American tour.
Janet Jackson announced a summer tour to support her new album ‘Black Diamond’, that will also include a special performance of ‘Rhythm Nation 1814’.
Country superstar Chris Stapleton is taking his ‘All-American Road Show’ across the country this year with special guests Jason Isbell and more.
The Go-Go’s have announced they’ll be hitting the road this summer to support their forthcoming Showtime documentary, ‘The Go-Go’s’.
Brit pop singer MIKA has announced a North American headlining tour this spring to support his new record, ‘My Name Is Michael Holbrook’.
The 1975 have also committed to planting a tree for every ticket sold.
Seven-time Grammy winning country trio Lady Antebellum have announced dates for an extensive headlining tour launching in May 2020.
Justin Bieber chronicles the road to his first album in four years with new Youtube Originals docuseries ‘Seasons’ that will premiere 27 January.
Guns N’ Roses’ record-breaking ‘Not In This Lifetime’ world tour is returning to Europe in 2020, with the band’s announcement of new dates.
Ska and pop legends Madness return to the US for the first time in eight years with the announcement of stateside tour dates for 2020.
Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts have announced a massive coheadlining ‘Summer Stadium Tour’ set for 2020.
It’s not a maybe, Carly Rae Jepsen is bringing her ‘Dedicated’ tour to the UK and Europe in 2020, playing Manchester's Albert Hall and London's Roundhouse.