It feels like we’re slowly crawling toward some more normalcy this year, especially with these rescheduled concerts dates!
Which artist are YOU most excited to see?
Lady Gaga – In support of her new album Chromatica, her tour has been rescheduled to the following dates. August 7 – Boston, August 16 – Toronto, August 19 – East Rutherford, NJ, and August 27 – Chicago.
Justin Bieber – Justin Bieber’s World Tour is scheduled to start in summer 2021. Additional shows in New York City, Boston, Atlanta, Chicago, Philadelphia, and more were added which begins in June and ends in August.
Harry Styles – His North American tour with special guest Jenny Lewis, has been rescheduled until summer 2021.
Green Day/Fall Out Boy/Weezer – The ‘Hella Mega Tour’ is kickin off in summer 2021 in July and ending in late August.
Luke Combs – The country star has revealed new dates for his tour with a handful of dates in June and August 2021 before kicking into high gear in September. The tour wraps up December 2021 in Boston.
Thomas Rhett – Thomas Rhett’s lengthy tour will now take place in summer 2021 beginning in June and ending in September.
The Doobie Brothers – The Doobie Brothers 50th Anniversary Tour with special guest Michael McDonald is now slated to begin in July 2021.
Steely Dan and Steve Winwood – The ‘After Hours Tour’ has been rescheduled to summer 2021 beginning in June and ending in July.
Eagles – The ‘Hotel California Tour’ featuring Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit, with Deacon Frey and Vince Gill now takes place in September and October 2021.
Luke Bryan – Luke Bryan’s Proud To Be Right Here Tour has been pushed to summer 2021 beginning in late May and wrapping up in October.
Barenaked Ladies, Gin Blossoms, Toad The Wet Sprocket – The trio will now be hitting the road in summer 2021 kicking off their tour on June 4, 2021 in Atlanta and wrapping it up July 21, 2021 in Toronto.
Backstreet Boys – Their ‘DNA World Tour’ has been postponed until summer 2021, beginning their US portion in June and wrapping up in September.
John Legend – The ‘Bigger Love Tour’ across North America will kick off in Dallas in August 2021 and wrap up in Houston in September 2021.
Dave Matthews Band – DMB’s tour has been postponed until 2021 kicking off in June and ending in October.
Chris Stapleton – Stapleton’s lengthy U.S. Tour has dates stretching from April to October 2021.
Brooks & Dunn – The country duo’s Reboot Tour will now take place in the fall of 2021 beginning in September and ending in October.
Maroon 5 – Maroon 5’s tour begins in summer 2021 starting July 15 and wrapping up in Los Angeles on October 2.
Santana and Earth, Wind and Fire – The ‘Miraculous Supernatural Tour’ featuring is slated to summer 2021 with the tour kicking off in June and ending in August.
Rage Against The Machine – Their tour with Run the Jewels now starts in June 2021 and concludes in August.
Alicia Keys – Keys pushed her lengthy world tour back to 2021 with her first North American date taking place July 27 and wrapping up on September 21.
Guns N’ Roses – Guns N’ Roses massive North American tour has been pushed back to 2021 beginning in July and wrapping up in August.
Mötley Crüe and Def Leppard – The Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison, and Joan Jett tour will now begin June 2021 and end September 2021.
My Chemical Romance – MCR’s long-awaited reunion tour has been put on pause as the band rescheduled the tour to begin in September and end in October 2021.
Hall & Oates – Hall & Oates have pushed their tour with special guest Squeeze back to 2021 beginning in August and wrapping up in October.
KISS with David Lee Roth – KISS has rescheduled the remainder of their dates with support from David Lee Roth. Their tour will now begin in August 2021 and wrap up in October 2021.
Jungle – Jungle announced a lengthy 2021 world tour featuring a North American leg that begins on October 3 in Boston and wraps up on October 29 in Los Angeles.
Dan + Shay – The country duo’s arena tour has been pushed back until fall 2021. It will now begin in September and wrap up in December.
James Taylor and Jackson Browne – The duo’s joint tour will now kick begin July 29 in Chicago and will wrap up on November 1 in San Diego.
Megadeth and Lamb Of God – The heavy metal tour recently announced new dates for their previously postponed tour. The tour will now begin in July 2021 in Detroit and wrap up in Las Vegas in September 2021.
Louis The Child – Louis The Child made the decision to reschedule their entire tour until 2021 beginning in July and ending in October.
Lindsey Stirling – Stirling’s North American tour is scheduled for summer 2021 beginning in July and ending in August.
Corey Taylor – He announced a 19-show tour across the country beginning on May 18 and wrapping up June 19.
Deftones – Deftones tour alongside Gojira and Poppy has moved to 2021 kicking off in August and ending in late September.
Wilco & Sleater-Kinney – The joint tour set to take place in August 2020 has moved back a year and will now happen in August 2021.
Aerosmith – Aerosmith only had one date scheduled this summer, but it was supposed to be a big one. The group was set to celebrate their 50th anniversary at Fenway Park, but will now do so next year as the date has been rescheduled to September 14, 2021.
The Weeknd – ‘The After Hours’ Tour has been rescheduled to 2022 with dates beginning in January.
Ringo Starr – The Beatles drummer pushed back all of his dates with his All Starr Band until June 2022.
Kenny Chesney – Chesney’s tour has been postponed from 2021 and will now take place in 2022.
Phish – Phish has rescheduled their U.S. tour to summer 2021 taking place between July and September.
Russ – Russ announced a massive world tour beginning in North America in April 29, 2022 in Seattle and wraps up June 11, 2022 in Miami.
Tedeschi Trucks Band – Their ‘Wheels of Soul Tour’ has been reschedules for 2022. The tour kicks off in Jacksonville on June 24, 2022 and wraps up on July 26, 2022 in Aurora, IL.