50 biggest concert tours 2024: Get tickets for Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift, more

It doesn’t matter what your favorite genre of music is.

This year, there’s a little something for everyone.

Whether you’re into classic rock, pop, heavy metal, Hip-Hop, country, R&B or Latin music, a concert that just might strike your fancy is likely headed to a venue near you in 2024.

Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger (L) and Taylor Swift are touring in 2024.
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Don’t believe us?

Well, just a few of the biggest acts set to hit the road this year — and more are announcing tours on the daily (!) — include Taylor Swift, the Rolling Stones, Drake with J. Cole, Olivia Rodrigo and Billy Joel’s final MSG concerts.

Whoops, we forgot to mention Zach Bryan, Green Day, Noah Kahan, Adele and The Eagles’ farewell tour.

Don’t sleep on Bruce Springsteen, either.

Or Phish and Wu-Tang Clan’s first ever Las Vegas residencies.

And we’re just getting started. We’ve got 39 more huge names at the ready for you, below.

Alright, no more need to beat around the bush. Let’s get into it.

Here’s our list of the 50 biggest concerts you won’t want to miss in 2024.

Modern Pop

Taylor Swift’s ‘Eras Tour’

Featuring Sabrina Carpenter, Paramore and Gracie Abrams on select dates.
Runs March 2 through Dec. 8.

Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘GUTS Tour’

Featuring The Breeders, Chappell Roan, PinkPantheress and Remi Wolf on select dates.
Runs Feb. 23 through Aug. 17.

Noah Kahan’s ‘We’ll All Be Here Forever Tour’

Featuring Mt. Joy on select dates.
Runs Feb. 10 through July 19.

Pink’s ‘Summer Carnival Tour’

Featuring Sheryl Crow, The Script and Kid Cutup on select dates.
Runs Aug. 10 through Nov. 23.

Hozier’s ‘Unreal Unearth Tour’

Featuring Allison Russell on select dates.
Runs Feb. 23 through Sept. 18.

Melanie Martinez’s ‘The Trilogy Tour’

Featuring Men I Trust, Beach Bunny and Sofia Isella on select dates.
Runs May 10 through June 27.

Tate McRae’s ‘Think Later Tour’

Featuring charlieonnafriday and Presley Regier on select dates.
Runs April 22 through Aug. 22.


Drake and J. Cole’s ‘‘It’s All A Blur Tour – Big As The What?’

Runs Jan. 18 through March 27.

Nicki Minaj’s ‘Pink Friday 2 World Tour’

Runs March 1 through May 28.

Bad Bunny’s ‘Most Wanted Tour’

Runs Feb. 21 through May 26.

’90s icons

Red Hot Chili Peppers ‘‘Unlimited Love Tour’

Featuring Kid Cudi, Ice Cube, Ken Carson and Otoboke Beaver on select dates.
Runs Feb. 17 through July 30.

Foo Fighters’ ‘Everything or Nothing At All Tour’

Featuring The Pretenders, The Hives, Mammoth WVH, Amyl and The Sniffers, Alex G and L7 on select dates.
Runs May 1 through Aug. 18.

Blink 182’s ‘One More Time Tour’

Featuring Pierce The Veil.
Runs June 20 through Aug. 15.

Green Day and Smashing Pumpkins’ ‘Saviors Tour’

Featuring Rancid and The Linda Lindas on select dates.
Runs June 29 through Sept. 28.

Alanis Morissette’s ‘The Triple Moon Tour’

Featuring Joan Jett and the Blackhearts and Morgan Wade on select dates.
Runs June 9 through Aug. 10.

Creed’s ‘Summer of ‘99 Tour’

Featuring 3 Doors Down, Daughtry, Switchfoot, Tonic, Big Wreck and Finger Eleven on select dates.
Runs July 17 through Sept. 28.

Sarah McLachlan’s ‘Fumbling Towards Ecstasy Tour’

Featuring Feist and Allison Russell on select dates.
Runs May 25 through July 6.

Enrique Iglesias, Ricky Martin, Pitbull’s ‘Trilogy Tour’

Runs Jan. 30 through March 10.

Classic rock

Rolling Stones’ ‘The Stones Tour ’24 Hackney Diamonds’ 

Runs April 28 through July 17.

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

Runs March 19 through Nov. 22.

Billy Joel

Runs Jan. 11 through Aug. 9.

The Eagles’ ‘The Long Goodbye Tour’

Featuring Steely Dan.
Runs Jan. 5 through March 16.

Journey and Def Leppard’s ‘Summer Stadium Tour’

Featuring Steve Miller Band, Heart and Cheap Trick on select dates.
Runs Feb. 9 through Sept. 8.

Earth Wind and Fire and Chicago’s ‘Heart and Soul Tour’

Runs July 10 through Sept. 7.

Rod Stewart

Runs Feb. 8 through Aug. 10.

Foreigner and Styx’s ‘Renegades and Juke Box Heroes Tour’

Featuring John Waite.
Runs Jan. 19 through Nov. 9.

Lynyrd Skynyrd and ZZ Top’s ‘Sharp Dressed Simple Man Tour’

Featuring Black Stone Cherry and The Outlaws.
Runs March 8 through Sept. 22.

’80s heroes

Madonna’s ‘Celebration Tour’

Featuring Bob The Drag Queen.
Runs Jan. 8 through April 15.

New Kids on the Block and Paula Abdul’s ‘Magic Summer Tour’

Featuring DJ Jazzy Jeff.
Runs June 14 through Aug. 25.

Bryan Adams’ ‘So Happy It Hurts Tour’

Featuring Dave Stewart from The Eurythmics.
Runs Jan. 20 through Aug. 7.

’00s rock

Death Cab For Cutie and The Postal Service’s ‘Give Up Transatlantacism Tour’

Runs April 23 through May 15.

Fall Out Boy and Jimmy Eat World’s ‘The So Much for (2our) Dust Tour’

Featuring The Maine, Hot Mulligan, Daisy Grenade, Games We Play and Carr on select dates.
Runs Feb. 28 through April 6.

Hard rock and metal

Metallica’s ‘M72 Tour’

Featuring Pantera, Mammoth WVH, Five Finger Death Punch and Ice Nine Kills on select dates.
Runs Aug. 2 through Sept. 22.

Iron Maiden’s ‘Future Past Tour’

Runs Oct. 4 through Nov. 17.

Pantera’s ‘For Legacy Tour’

Featuring Lamb of God.
Runs Feb. 3 through Aug. 30.

Judas Priest’s ‘Invincible Shield Tour’

Featuring Sabaton.
Runs April 18 through May 22.

Avenged Sevenfold’s ‘Life Is But A Dream Tour’

Featuring Poppy and Sullivan King on select dates.
Runs March 6 through March 31.

Sammy Hagar’s ‘The Best Of All Worlds Tour’

Featuring Joe Satriani and Loverboy on select dates.
Runs July 13 through Aug. 31.


George Strait

Featuring Chris Stapleton and Little Big Town.
Runs May 4 through Dec. 7.

Zach Bryan’s ‘The Quittin Time Tour’

Featuring Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Sheryl Crow, Sierra Ferrell, the Middle East, Matt Maeson and Levi Turner on select dates.
Runs Feb. 9 through Dec. 19.

Morgan Wallen’s ‘One Night At A Time Tour’

Featuring Jelly Roll, Lainey Wilson, Bailey Zimmerman, Jon Pardi, Nate Smith, Bryan Martin, Lauren Watkins and Ella Langley on select dates.
Runs April 4 through Aug. 9.

Kenny Chesney’s ‘Sun Goes Down Tour’

Featuring Zac Brown Band, Megan Moroney and Uncle Kracker on select dates.
Runs April 20 through Aug. 25.

Tyler Childers’ ‘Mule Pull Tour’

Featuring S.G. Goodman, Wynonna, Shovels & Rope, Allison Russell and Sylvan Esso on select dates.
Runs Feb. 21 through Aug. 24.

Chris Stapleton’s  ‘All-American Road Show Tour’

Featuring Willie Nelson & Family, Sheryl Crow, Lainey Wilson, Elle King and Turnpike Troubadours on select dates.
Runs March 1 through Aug. 24.

Kid Rock and Jason Aldean’s ‘Rock The Country Tour’

Featuring Lynyrd Skynyrd, Miranda Lambert, Hank Williams Jr., Koe Wetzel, Brantley Gilbert and many more on select dates.
Runs April 5 through July 26.

Blake Shelton’s ‘Back To The Honky Tonk Tour’

Featuring Dustin Lynch and Emily Ann Roberts.
Runs Feb. 22 through May 4.

Las Vegas residencies

Adele’s ‘Weekends with Adele’

Runs Jan. 19 through June 15.

Maroon 5’s ‘M5LV’

Runs May 17 through Oct. 12.

Christina Aguilera

Runs Jan. 5 through March 2.

Kylie Minogue’s ‘More Than Just A Residency’

Runs Jan. 20 through May 4.

New Edition

Runs Feb. 28 through March 9.

Who were the biggest names on the road last year? Check out our list of the 52 biggest concert tours in 2023 here to find out.

Why you should trust ‘Post Wanted’ by the New York Post

This article was written by Matt Levy, New York Post live events reporter. Levy stays up-to-date on all the latest tour announcements from your favorite musical artists and comedians, as well as Broadway openings, sporting events and more live shows – and finds great ticket prices online. Since he started his tenure at the Post in 2022, Levy has reviewed Bruce Springsteen and interviewed Melissa Villaseñor of SNL fame, to name a few. Please note that deals can expire, and all prices are subject to change.