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2024 Concert Tours: Predicting the Top 2024 Concerts and Tours

March 03, 2023 by Madison Marx

The Best 2024 Concert Tours: Confirmed Tours, Rumors, Predictions

The buzz for the best concert tours of 2024 is beginning to grow. As music fans gear up for tour announcements from their favorite artists, rumors of the artists touring in 2024 are beginning to circulate. Vivid Seats breaks down the key confirmed 2024 concert tours as well as the most anticipated rumored concerts in 2024. 

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Fall Out Boy 

Fall Out Boy usually tours at least every other year. The band toured throughout 2023 on their So Much For (Tour) Dust tour and has extended their tour into 2024. 

Tour Likelihood: Tour Confirmed

Girl In Red 

Taylor Swift praised Girl In Red’s If I Could Make It Go Quiet on Instagram after the Norwegian singer’s debut album came out in 2021. Now, she’s opening for Taylor Swift on her Eras tour. As she experiences continued success stateside, a 2024 tour for Girl In Red could be in the works. 

Tour Likelihood: Likely 

Green Day

In July 2021, Green Day embarked on their Hella Mega tour with Fall Out Boy and Weezer. The tour was a smashing success, selling out iconic stadiums like Chicago’s Wrigley Field and Boston’s Fenway Park. In October 2023, Green Day announced that they will be going back on the road next year in support of the 30th anniversary of the band's breakout album, "Dookie." 

Tour Likelihood: Tour Confirmed

Phoebe Bridgers

Since the release of her critically acclaimed debut 2017’s Stranger in the Alps, Phoebe Bridgers has gained mainstream recognition. In the years since releasing Stranger in the Alps, she’s collaborated with SZA, racked up Grammy nominations, and toured the country. Now she’s set to release a new album, The Record, which could lead perfectly into a tour announcement once she’s done touring with Taylor Swift this summer. 

Tour Likelihood: Highly Likely 


Their last headlining tour was in 2019, so Weezer seems like a good bet to tour in 2024. A strong hint lending credence to Weezer concert tour rumors came in December 2022, when lead singer Rivers Cuomo told Consequence of Sound that they’re right on the verge of a “big tour announcement.”

Tour Likelihood: Highly Likely 


Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood has captivated audiences throughout her Las Vegas residency, which has been a staple in Sin City since 2021. The country superstar has announced additional dates to her residency, which will run thorugh August 2024 at Resorts World Theatre.     

Tour Likelihood: Tour Confirmed

Kacey Musgraves

Since Kacey Musgraves wrapped up her 2022 Star-Crossed tour, fans have been getting antsy for a new album from the country singer. Kacey Musgraves’ last album was released in 2021, so new music and a supporting 2024 tour could be down the road.  

Tour Likelihood: Possible 

Luke Combs 

Topping the list of best 2024 country concert tours would be a Luke Combs tour. In addition to releasing a new album in 2023, the reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year is on a massive world tour through October 2023. Thankfully, Luke Combs has toured consistently since 2019, so it’s likely that he will add more tour dates to his schedule in 2024.  

Tour Likelihood: Likely 

Shania Twain 

Shania Twain’s 2023 Queen of Me tour will mark the first time fans around the world will get to see the queen in nearly five years, following a highly successful Las Vegas residency run. Given that the Queen of Me tour runs through November 2023, Shania Twain may take some time off before returning to Las Vegas for more residency performances.  

Tour Likelihood: Likely 

Hard Rock


The rumors of an AC/DC tour have been ongoing. However, the legendary band has been tight-lipped about its plans. While it’s not surprising for a band to keep future touring and recording plans under wraps, it seems unlikely that AC/DC will tour in 2024.  

Tour Likelihood: Unlikely 

Iron Maiden 

Iron Maiden wrapped their long-running Legacy of the Beast world tour in 2022. Shortly after the tour concluded, Iron Maiden’s manager revealed in a thank you note to fans that the heavy metal band’s upcoming tour will extend beyond 2023 and into 2024, although exactly where the tour will continue has not yet been announced.  

Tour Likelihood: Highly Likely 


Metallica will head out on their M72 tour, which kicks off in April 2023 and runs through 2024. The legendary heavy metal act is playing two nights in every city and is performing different setlists for each of the two nights.  

Tour Likelihood: Confirmed 


It seems as if a Rammstein 2024 tour is bound to happen. The German hard rock group will bring their ongoing tour back to Europe in 2023. The group behind the uber-popular song “Du Hast” did a handful of shows in the U.S. in 2022, so 2024 seems like a good time for the band to make their way back stateside.  

Tour Likelihood: Highly Likely 



BLACKPINK has earned the title of the “World’s Biggest Girl Group” for a reason. Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé and Lisa are set to headline Coachella 2023, where they will make history as the first K-pop headlining act. They are also in the midst of their BORN PINK world tour, which is their last official project with YG Entertainment before their contract expires. BLINKs will have to patiently wait to see what the future entails for the group. 

Tour Likelihood: Possible 


Since BTS wrapped up their Permission to Dance Concerts in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, ARMYs are eager for a 2024 tour announcement. Unfortunately, BTS announced that they will be taking a break for an indefinite period, but ARMYs should expect solo tour announcements from different members of the group in 2024.   

Tour Likelihood: Highly Unlikely 


Following the release of his debut solo album, Jack in the Box, in July 2022, BTS’ J-Hope made history by performing at Lollapalooza 2022. News of J-Hope’s solo Lollapalooza set begged a question for ARMY: Will he embark on a solo tour? It’s a fair question as many artists follow up high-profile music festival performances with a series of concerts. However, J-Hope has said in interviews that he’s not ready for a solo world tour yet.  

Tour Likelihood: Unlikely 


SUGA will become the first BTS member to embark on a solo tour, with a slate of dates scheduled around the world in 2023. 2023 has been quite the year for SUGA, and there is no doubt that momentum will continue into 2024. 

Tour Likelihood: Possible 


TWICE will embark on its highly anticipated Ready to Be world tour, marking the K-pop girl group’s fifth world tour and its largest so far. They will also make history as the first K-pop girl group to perform at SoFi Stadium and MetLife Stadium. The tour is likely to go into 2024, with more tour dates to be released. 

Tour Likelihood: Highly Likely 


BTS labelmates TxT went from watching BTS’ concert at Soldier Field to performing at Lollapalooza in three years. On top of becoming the first K-pop group to perform at the iconic festival, they’ve launched two popular tours in the past two years. Given that TxT consistently tours and releases new music, another TxT tour could be in store for MOAs in 2024.

Tour Likelihood: Likely    


Bad Bunny

After two major back-to-back tours in 2022, Bad Bunny said he’s “taking a break” in 2023. He’ll likely use the time to rest up and record new music for fans, so could a 2024 tour be in the picture? Signs are pointing to another massive world tour from Bad Bunny next year, which could end up being one of the hottest tours of 2024.  

Tour Likelihood: Possible

Karol G 

Karol G first toured the U.S. in 2018 on her Unstoppable tour, visiting bars and clubs across the country. Four years later, she went on to sell out arenas across the country on her Bichota tour. A Karol G tour in 2024 should happen, given her meteoric rise, though tour dates have yet to be announced.  

Tour Likelihood: Highly Likely 


Maluma’s next album is slated for release in 2023, according to Billboard. Maluma has embarked on five world tours throughout his nearly two-decade-long career but has not toured since 2021. Since a new album is on the way, fans are hoping that Maluma launches a stadium tour in 2024. 

Tour Likelihood: Possible 



Adele plans to go easy on herself after concluding her Las Vegas residency in March 2023. At the Los Angeles premier of her new music video for “I Drink Wine,” Adele held a Q&A session with fans and revealed her post-residency agenda. Instead of working on her next album or touring, the singer-songwriter intends to get a degree in English literature. 

Tour Likelihood: Highly Unlikely 

Ariana Grande 

Will Ariana Grande tour in 2024? That’s the question that Ariana Grande fans around the world are asking. The Grammy award-winning songstress last toured in 2019 in support of her albums Sweetener and Thank U, Next. Ariana Grande is headed from the recording studio to the big screen to star as Glinda in the film adaptation of Wicked. The pop star told People Magazine that she won’t create a new album until Wicked is finished, so it’s unlikely that she’ll tour in 2024.

Tour Likelihood: Unlikely 

Harry Styles 

Harry Styles will be on tour through July 2023 for his previously announced Love on Tour shows in Australia, New Zealand, and Europe. However, there has been some chatter among Harries that a Harry Styles stadium tour could be on the horizon. Given that Harry Styles will be on the road for much of 2023, the next tour could very well be in 2024, allowing the pop phenomenon to take some time off to continue writing new music.   

Tour Likelihood: Possible 

Lana Del Rey 

Lana Del Rey has not toured since her 2019 Norman Fucking Rockwell tour, so fans would definitely agree that she ought to consider a 2024 tour. The “Brooklyn Baby” singer announced that she will follow her 2021 release Blue Banisters with Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd. With a refreshed catalog and fans hungry after a few years without a headlining tour, a Lana Del Rey 2024 tour has a good shot at happening.   

Tour Likelihood: Possible 

Miley Cyrus 

Miley Cyrus is in her new album era. Endless Summer Vacation is Miley Cyrus’ first album release since 2020’s Plastic Hearts. With the emergence of her brand-new material, it is likely that Miley Cyrus will be touring next summer.  

Tour Likelihood: Highly Likely 

Olivia Rodrigo 

It’s been nearly two years since Olivia Rodrigo dropped her debut album Sour, but Livies believe that new music (and likely a tour) is finally on the way from the pop star. The speculation arose when the singer sent a special video message to her fans as part of 2022’s Spotify Wrapped, hinting that 2023 will bring new music. If Olivia Rodrigo releases new music in 2023, it is likely that she’ll tour in the first half of 2024.  

Tour Likelihood: Highly Likely

Selena Gomez

Following the release of her intimate documentary, “My Mind and Me,” Selena Gomez is working on her fourth studio album. While the pop star hasn’t announced an official album title or release date, she revealed on Jimmy Fallon that she’s “open to a tour, a thousand percent.”  

Tour Likelihood: Possible 

Rap/Hip Hop 

Cardi B

Could we finally be getting a Cardi B tour and new music in 2024? It’s been four years since Cardi B released her debut album, Invasion of Privacy, but fans believe that new music is definitely on the way after seeing a glimpse of her new at-home recording studio. Cardi B has not toured since 2019, so a Cardi B 2024 tour would almost unquestionably be one of the biggest rap/hip hop tours of 2024.   

Tour Likelihood: Possible 

Dominic Fike 

The attention on Dominic Fike has steadily grown since the release of his EP Don’t Forget About Me. From releasing his debut album What Could Possibly Go Wrong to selling out his Rain or Shine tour, Dominic Fike shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. If Dominic Fike were to hit the road in 2024, it would mark one of the most anticipated tours in 2024.  

Tour Likelihood: Likely 


Drake and 21 Savage fans are making plans to attend the duo’s reported It’s All a Blur tour after screenshots of supposed show dates leaked online in January 2023. According to the screenshots, the tour was expected to kick off in May 2023. Since Drake hasn’t announced a 2023 tour yet, a 2024 seems more likely. It is only a matter of time before fans get the much-anticipated confirmation that Drake and 21 Savage are, in fact, touring.  

Tour Likelihood: Highly Likely 


Many fans were hoping Rihanna’s Super Bowl performance would launch an announcement of a world tour or new album, but none of those big moments materialized after the show. In an interview with British Vouge, Rihanna said her last album, Anti, was her “most brilliant” album and she’s had a hard time being comfortable to put out more work. However, she did say that she wants to release new music in 2023. It looks like RiRi fans will be getting new music in 2023 or 2024, but likely not a tour.

Tour Likelihood: Highly Unlikely  



Chlöe and her sister Halle earned praise in 2018 by serving as an opening act during Beyonce’s OTR II tour. Now Chlöe is ready to strike out on her own in 2023. With the release of her debut solo album, In Pieces, a 2024 Chlöe tour seems like the right time for her to showcase her individual talents. 

Tour Likelihood: Possible 

Frank Ocean 

Seven years after the release of his second studio album, Blonde, Frank Ocean is returning to headline Coachella 2023. Given the “Pink + White” singer’s unpredictability when it comes to album releases, we can’t be sure he plans to release new music (or tour dates) ahead of his headlining performance. 

Tour Likelihood: Possible 


Perhaps no female artist has been a faster riser than SZA, who went from up-and-coming, genre-defying artist to collaborations with Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj and Rihanna. As one of the top artists in the R&B space, a 2024 SZA tour is a virtual lock.  

Tour Likelihood: Highly Likely 


Elton John 

Elton John announced his three-year Farwell Yellow Brick Road tour in 2018, and will be performing live until his tour wraps for good in Sweden in July 2023. Upon wrapping his globe-spanning farewell tour, Elton John is ready to take a step back. While appearing on the Hits Radio Breakfast show with Fleur East, the “Rocket Man” singer shared that he is going to go “on a bit of a hiatus” after he finishes his last show in Stockholm.    

Tour Likelihood: Unlikely 

Pearl Jam 

Pearl Jam fans might have to wait until 2024 for a new album. Stone Gossard confirmed that the band is currently working on their next album following their 2020 album, Gigaton. Pearl Jam toured arenas in support of Gigaton, so it’s likely they will also tour in support of a new album as well.   

Tour Likelihood: Highly Likely 

Rolling Stones 

The Rolling Stones have toured every year since 2012 (except 2020 as dates were postponed to 2021 ). After much anticipation, the Rolling Stones are hitting the road in 2024 in support of their latest album Hackney Diamonds

Tour Likelihood: Tour Confirmed

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