Getting settled into 2017 yet? Good, because this year (in terms of music) is going to be a great one. Each year, there are a number of good tours that span the world, but some of the best ones have been slated for a run in 2017. We’ve compiled a few of the notable performances to look out for, and mark on your calendars in advance, if you plan on trying to snag a few tickets.
Bon Jovi is at to perform on tour for the first time since 2013, and so many are looking to see the band again. Beginning in early 2017, this tour is set to kick off their promised album “This House Is Not For Sale”, with fans eager to hear a combination of new and old classics on their stops.
While there are no specific plans for a Lorde tour in 2017 just yet, sources can confirm that the singer will be making an appearance to perform at Coachella in late April. Additionally, she has also revealed her attendance for Governor’s Ball in New York on June 2nd through the 4th.
Metallica is also another band that has no future set tour dates just yet, but there is information surrounding the performances to be held at the Rock On The Range Music Festival. This may also be an indication of many dates that could follow the performances at this show.
Katy perry has been working on her new album, which will be her first since 2013. Again, there is nothing concrete to base dates off of yet, but the singer did reveal on social media she has plans for a new tour, when she responded to a fan with “See you at my show 2k17”
With the 30th anniversary of “The Joshua Tree” being in 2017, U2 has announce plans for stadium tours to celebrate the iconic album. A number of opening acts have also been named, and we’re anxiously awaiting confirmed details in regard to what will be one of the most sought after shows of the year.
For more insight on music tours and what you can expect this coming year, keep it locked here while you’re listening to your favorite playlists.