Must-See Concert Tours in 2020: From Justin Bieber to Taylor Swift

Save up your bucks ‘cause some of the hottest names in music are hitting the road this year!

Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Harry Styles, Celine Dion, Elton John and Billie Eilish are just a few of the artists who have plotted concert tours across the U.S. (and beyond!) to kick off the new decade.

For some, including Bieber and Dion, it is their first time on tour in years. The “My Heart Will Go On” singer had residencies on the Las Vegas Strip since 2003, and concluded her game-changing run in June 2019. Her ongoing Courage world tour is her first in a decade. Fellow Canadian Bieber, for his part, last toured in July 2017 before abruptly canceling his Purpose trek due to his battle with depression. His as-yet-untitled 2020 tour already includes 45 stops, with more to be announced at a later date.

Scroll down to see all of the must-see tours of 2020!

Must-See Concert Tours in 2020: From Justin Bieber to Taylor Swift, Wustoo
Justin Bieber

The hitmaker has scheduled a 45-date North American tour (with more dates on the way) to coincide with the release of his highly anticipated fifth album. The trek, which runs from May to September, stops at stadiums including the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta and MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

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Must-See Concert Tours in 2020: From Justin Bieber to Taylor Swift, Wustoo
Taylor Swift

The pop superstar bid adieu to standard tours and started her own music festival in support of her seventh album, Lover. Lover Fest is set to run from June to August, with shows in Europe, South America and North America.

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Must-See Concert Tours in 2020: From Justin Bieber to Taylor Swift, Wustoo
Harry Styles

The former One Direction member tapped Jenny Lewis as one of the supporting acts for Love on Tour, which kicks off in Europe in April and travels across the U.S. and Canada before wrapping up in Colombia in October.

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Must-See Concert Tours in 2020: From Justin Bieber to Taylor Swift, Wustoo
Kenny Chesney

The country singer — along with opening acts Florida Georgia Line, Michael Franti and Spearhead — has more than three dozen U.S. concerts scheduled between April and August on his Chillaxification tour.

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Must-See Concert Tours in 2020: From Justin Bieber to Taylor Swift, Wustoo
Celine Dion

Although the Grammy winner’s Courage world tour launched last fall, it runs through this September, with a whopping total of 121 shows planned in North America, Europe, Asia and Europe.

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Must-See Concert Tours in 2020: From Justin Bieber to Taylor Swift, Wustoo
Elton John

Last chance! The legendary entertainer vowed to perform more than 300 concerts worldwide on his Farewell Yellow Brick Tour, which began in September 2018 and has dates in cities such as Sydney, Toronto, New York City, Miami, New Orleans and London this year.

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Must-See Concert Tours in 2020: From Justin Bieber to Taylor Swift, Wustoo
Billie Eilish

The newcomer’s Where Do We Go? world tour is set to commence in March at Miami’s American Airlines Arena before concluding in July at London’s famed O2 Arena. Other stops include NYC’s Madison Square Garden and The Forum in Inglewood, California.

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Must-See Concert Tours in 2020: From Justin Bieber to Taylor Swift, Wustoo
Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer

The rock bands teamed up for their coheadlining Hella Mega tour, which kicks off in France in June and stops at indoor and outdoor venues in Europe and North America. It is set to end in August in Philadelphia.

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Must-See Concert Tours in 2020: From Justin Bieber to Taylor Swift, Wustoo
Thomas Rhett

The country star has set 26 concerts in the U.S. from May to August on his Center Point Road tour, with stops in Cincinnati, Phoenix and Wantagh, New York, among other cities.

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Must-See Concert Tours in 2020: From Justin Bieber to Taylor Swift, Wustoo
Maroon 5

The Adam Levine-fronted band has plotted more than 50 shows in North America and South America from February to September, with Meghan Trainor and Leon Bridges serving as the opening acts.

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Must-See Concert Tours in 2020: From Justin Bieber to Taylor Swift, Wustoo
Eagles

The rock band will play their classic 1976 album, Hotel California, in its entirety — followed by a second set filled with other greatest hits — in North America and the U.K. from February to August.

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Must-See Concert Tours in 2020: From Justin Bieber to Taylor Swift, Wustoo
Rascal Flatts

In honor of their 20th anniversary, the country group announced a farewell tour named after their 2006 hit “Life Is a Highway.” It will travel across the U.S. from June to October.

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Must-See Concert Tours in 2020: From Justin Bieber to Taylor Swift, Wustoo
Stormzy

The U.K. sensation is taking his Heavy Is the Head world tour to North America from May to June, with stops in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Brooklyn, Chicago and Washington, D.C.

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Must-See Concert Tours in 2020: From Justin Bieber to Taylor Swift, Wustoo
Kiss

The rock band’s End of the Road world tour, which launched in January 2019, is set to run through July 2021 as their final hurrah on stage. The 2020 stops include Staples Center in Los Angeles, Tele2 Arena in Stockholm and Xfinity Theatre in Hartford, Connecticut.

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Must-See Concert Tours in 2020: From Justin Bieber to Taylor Swift, Wustoo
Rage Against the Machine

The metal band have announced only five stops for their eponymous reunion tour — two of which take place during the Coachella festival in Indio, California, in April — so tickets are sure to sell out quickly.

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