6 Popular Artists You Can’t Miss on Tour in 2022
Did you know that some studies suggest attending a concert decreases the release of cortisol and other stress hormones? As we near the two-year mark of the pandemic’s start, most of us are craving to get out and hear some live music.
Unfortunately, 2020 and 2021 forced many artists to cancel or postpone their events. But with vaccination rates rising, gathering in public is becoming safer. Thankfully, many popular artists are going on concert tours this year!
Let’s dive into six fantastic music tours you don’t want to miss in 2022.
Billie Eilish announced her sixth concert tour in May 2021. She starts her 70-stop world tour in February 2022 in New Orleans. The Happier Than Ever World Tour will feature her second studio album, Happier Than Ever (2020).
Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia Tour was supposed to take place in 2020. Now the 80-show tour begins in February 2022 in Miami. This is her fifth concert tour, which promotes her second studio album Future Nostalgia (2020).
Tove Lo and Megan Thee Stallion will be two of the supporting acts on this tour.
The Biebs is finally going back on tour! The Justice World Tour was initially supposed to take place in 2020. However, Justin’s team postponed the tour to 2021 due to COVID-19, then further to 2022 amid health and safety concerns.
Finally, the 105-stop tour starts in February in San Diego. This is Justin’s fourth tour, and it promotes his fifth and sixth studio albums, Changes (2020) and Justice (2021).
Bieber’s shows usually sell out, so it’s best to buy tickets soon. You can visit ticketsonsale.com to purchase.
Lorde is starting her third concert tour, the Solar Power Tour, in April 2022. The 56-show tour begins in Nashville and celebrates her third studio album Solar Power (2021).
The Australiasian leg of the tour won’t take place until 2023 because of COVID-concerns and restrictions.
Shawn Mendes announced in September 2021 that he is going on a 73-show tour called Wonder: The World Tour. The tour supports his fourth studio album Wonder (2020). It begins in March in Europe, then comes to the US in June.
This is the singer’s fifth concert tour.
Like other popular artists, The Weeknd had to reschedule his tour twice due to pandemic-related concerns. So now the After Hours ‘Til Dawn Stadium Tour, which is his seventh concert tour, begins in summer 2022.
The Weeknd will be playing at larger venues for this tour to adhere to safety guidelines for his fans. Unfortunately, arenas have too many constraints. But, his team hasn’t released updated show dates yet.
The tour supports his fourth studio album, After Hours (2020), and his upcoming fifth studio album.
Get Your Tickets For These Popular Artists
2022 just started, but it looks like it will be a big year for popular artists and concert tours. Everyone is itching to get out of the house and regain a sense of normalcy. Live music is perfect for that!
So, don’t wait to buy concert tickets for your favorite artist’s show before they sell out.
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