Featured Image Caption: A Crowd Enjoying a Live Concert
We finally got the chance to enjoy a summer full of music concerts again. The vibe of having the chance to be again in the same space as your favorite performers are worth everything we had to pass until now.
Keeping in mind that we missed every live concert during the time we practiced social distancing and everything was closed, I can guarantee that most of us are really looking forward to their first tour. Having all concerts canceled was yet another negative thing about 2020 and definitely the strawberry on the top of an awful year. Let’s say you love Taylor Swift, wouldn’t hearing her sing live and you singing alongside her be the best stress release ever?
Most of the tours that had been postponed last year are coming back for 2021, so you can be sure that this summer’s gonna be the bomb. At gotStubs you can find all of the best events of the year and get yourself a ticket, so you don’t miss out on anything at all. So, let’s sail into the most interesting events and tours of this year.
The band formed back in 1969 was having its 50th Anniversary tour in 2019, when it was suspended because the lead singer of Alabama was dealing with some health issues. Later on, the outbreak of the COVID-19 happened, and everything was closed. So now, in 2021, the band seems ready to continue its 50th-anniversary tour.
Moreover, the band will resume the tour in early July, with the first concert taking place in Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, TN. They will finish the tour in mid-February with the last planned concert in INTRUST Bank Arena, Wichita, KS.
Guns N’ Roses
Ever since the legendary rock band returned to the rock stage in 2016, Guns N’ Roses seems to be always on tour. Of course, during the pandemic, everyone had to lay low.
Their Guns N’ Roses 2020 Tour that had started at the beginning of 2020 was canceled precisely because of the pandemic, with only two shows out of 51 performed. The tour is planned to start in the United States in late July and finish by the beginning of October 2021.
The band has been active since the mid-’90s and has managed to stay successfully on the entertainment scene for more than 20 years. Although the band’s tour was expected to start in late February 2020, it was actually canceled because of the pandemic. Now, their first performance is booked for 10 August in White River Amphitheatre, Auburn, WA.
Justin Bieber’s tour, named Justice World Tour, will be a pretty long one with initially 45 tour dates. In addition to the original plan, he has added seven more tour dates, making the final tour performances a whopping 52. The tour will be starting in the United States in early July, and it’s planned to finish the following year in July.
Summer 2021: Music Events for Every Taste
Let’s take a look at the events scheduled to take place this summer and see whether there are concerts for almost every music lover out there.
The Birmingham-formed band Duran Duran is currently on tour across four countries. The first one of the next seven upcoming concerts is scheduled for 16th September in the UK. That same 2021 they’ll have two more concerts aside from the one on 16th September, and the rest of the performances will be in 2022.
3 Doors Down
They are currently touring throughout the States and have a whopping 41 upcoming performances, with the next concert date as soon as 17th July. The tour is planned to conclude with the last performance in Florida on 16th October.
All Time Low
With more than 30 upcoming performances, the band is on tour literally at the moment through twelve countries in Europe and the Americas, including Slovenia, Spain, and Mexico.
Although some of their concerts have been canceled as the one in Santa Coloma in Spain, other dates are still up and are expected to be performed, like the 24th September Durham, NC performance.
Rap / Hip Hop
Currently touring across the United States, Afroman has two upcoming performances on 30th July and 14th August.
It seems like the US this summer will be the gold mine for concerts, right? Another artist with a tour in the States is Big Boi, with four upcoming performances.
Bone Thugs N Harmony
The band is currently on tour, with more than 20 scheduled performances up until December 2020.
Benny Benassi’s next performance is on 9th September at the Untold Festival in Romania. After that, the next two upcoming performances will be in the States.
The duo has a total number of 25 upcoming performances, with the earliest date of a concert – 31 st July at the Denver Performing Arts Complex Sculpture Park.
Above & Beyond
By Hannah Derby
who is a digital nomad from New York, actively traveling all the time and enjoying life at its maximum. She enjoys writing and spending her free time learning new things. Her hobby is going to her favorite performers’ live concerts.
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