Don’t Miss These 10 Musicians In Concert Next Year

Taylor (if you can get a ticket), Lizzo, SZA, and more.

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The 2023 concert season is just around the corner. Hopefully, you’ve saved up some money because several huge artists announced they’re heading on tour in the new year. There’s no reason to miss these 10 musical acts. Well, as long as you can snag a ticket to their major shows.

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Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour is one of the most highly-anticipated concert series of 2023. It’s her first tour in five years. Better yet, she’ll be playing songs across her 16-year-long career and 10 albums. Plus, special guests like Paramore and GAYLE will join her on tour.

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According to Variety, Beyoncé auctioned off concert tickets during an Oct. 22 charity for her Renaissance world tour. Though the tour is rumored to begin in Summer 2023, Queen Bey hasn’t officially announced any upcoming concerts. So be patient.

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Adele’s Las Vegas residency, titled Weekends With Adele, runs through March 2023. According to, the star has been performing her new singles like “Easy On Me” and “I Drink Wine” during her concerts, as well as her classic hits like “Hello” and “Someone Like You.”

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Although Lizzo already toured North America as part of her Special tour in 2022, the “About Damn Time” singer is gearing up for another round of shows in the United States and Canada. She’ll also bring one of her special guests — Latto — for the second ride.

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Sabrina Carpenter just routed her 2022 emails i can’t send tour back. On Dec. 13, the star announced she added 36 dates in the new year. “I can’t wait to see your faces and maybe even sing some new songs,” she teased on Instagram.

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SZA is coming to a city near you as part of her SOS tour, which supports her new album of the same name. She’ll perform in 19 cities across North America starting this February. Her upcoming concerts will mark SZA’s first time touring since her Ctrl tour in 2018.

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On Oct. 3, Ed Sheeran announced the North American leg of his +–=÷x (Mathematics) tour, and I don’t need to do the math to know his shows are going to be amazing. His tour will kick off in Arlington, Texas, on May 6 and finish in Inglewood, California, on Sept. 23.

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After a four-year hiatus, Paramore returned with new music in 2022 and even went on tour. Following the release of their sixth album, This Is Why, in February, Paramore will open for Swift during her Eras tour in March and then tour North America on their own again in May.

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Maggie Rogers has wanted to connect with her fans in person as much as they’ve wanted to see her. Just three months after dropping her second album, Surrender, on July 29, Rogers announced on Oct. 20 she’ll be performing across the U.S. in 2023 as part of The Feral Joy Tour.

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On Oct. 11, Blink-182 announced they’ll be reuniting for a worldwide tour in 2023. Their U.S. concerts will begin in St. Paul, Minnesota on May 4. The band made the big announcement just days before dropping their new single “Edging” on Oct. 14.

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