Music Tours in 2020: What Fans Can Expect
As 2019 comes to an end, many music stars have decided to keep the party going and announced tours for 2020. However, there are some artists who haven’t updated the fans about their touring plans. This has generated a lot of fuzz and many are wondering if they will be able to see their favorite music stars perform live next year. Building on the intrigue, we have decided to list the artists who are expected to announce their 2020 touring schedule soon. So, without further ado, let’s begin our list of the Music Tours in 2020: What Fans Can Expect!
Adele‘s last album, ’25’ hit the markets on November 20, 2015. The record became super successful, topping the charts in multiple countries and was also certified diamond by the RIAA. It was also included in the Rolling Stone’s list of ‘The 50 Best Albums of 2015.’ To support the record, Adele went on tour but later made it clear that she won’t be hitting the road again. However, an insider reported The Sun that the multi-Grammy winning megastar has started to work on her fourth studio album. This has generated some buzz across the world which has led to the fans speculating that she might announce her 2020 tour soon.
AC/DC‘s long-time music engineer Mike Fraser who has been working with them since 1990 confirmed that the band is back together and is recording new music in the studio. He didn’t reveal any details but it certainly looks like the group is up to something. If they indeed are working on a new album then this will be their first since the release of their critically acclaimed studio LP, ‘Rock or Bust’ which came out in 2014. Also, once they release new music, you can expect the band to tour in 2020.
2019 has been a pretty exciting year for Beyoncé fans as the Queen B released her fifth live album, ‘Homecoming: The Live Album’ which reached the fourth spot on the Billboard 200. The record featured a couple of new songs, I Been On and Before I Let Go. She also released her Netflix documentary which focused on her return to Coachella after giving birth to Sir and Rumi. The Sun has now revealed that Beyoncé is gearing up for her epic 2020 tour which will start in London. According to the publication, she is expected to perform her first show at the Olympic Stadium in Stratford.
It’s time to rejoice for all Bon Jovi fans as the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers have announced that the band is working on a new studio album. On August 27, 2019, they revealed the titled of their next studio project called, ‘Bon Jovi: 2020.’ However, the group has not unveiled the release date of their upcoming effort as of yet. It will be the follow-up to their 2017 album, ‘This House Is Not for Sale’ which turned out to be their sixth effort to top the Billboard 200. You can also expect Bon Jovi to share dates of their 2020 tour soon which will be in support of ‘Bon Jovi: 2020.’
Bruce Springsteen got the world buzzing again when he released his latest record, ‘Western Stars’ on June 14, 2019. The album became a hit in the United States where it went gold and also hit the second spot on the Billboard 200. It was also approved by the critics. However, he decided not to tour in support of this album as The Boss got other plans in store for the fans. During an interview he stated, “We will go on tour next year. I’ll record with the E Street Band in the autumn and when we are done, we’ll go on tour.” This means Springsteen fans can not only expect him to drop new music in 2020 but can also look forward to his tour.
Coldplay‘s most recent studio album, ‘A Head Full of Dreams’ was released on December 4, 2015. It became a number-one hit in the United Kingdom and hit the second spot on the Billboard 200. After the record’s release, the band went on a small hiatus to rest but they are now back with a bang with their eighth studio record, ‘Everyday Life.’ Their new effort is a double album, with the first half titled, Sunrise and the second, Sunset. Since they are all geared up to put out new music soon, it won’t be a surprise if they announce their tour for 2020.
|Event Name & Location||Date||Tickets|
|Ice Cube, O2 Arena - London, tickets for 12/11 18:30:00.000 at O2 Arena - London, London, LND||Mon Dec 11 2023|
|Madness, O2 Arena - London, tickets for 12/15 TBA at O2 Arena - London, London, LND||Fri Dec 15 2023|
|Peter Kay, O2 Arena - London, tickets for 12/16 TBA at O2 Arena - London, London, LND||Sat Dec 16 2023|
|Tom Jones, O2 Arena - London, tickets for 12/17 18:00:00.000 at O2 Arena - London, London, LND||Sun Dec 17 2023|
|Coldplay, Philippine Arena, tickets for 01/19 TBA at Philippine Arena, Bulacan, PH||Fri Jan 19 2024|
On May 17, 2019, DJ Khaled released his eleventh studio album, ‘Father of Asahd’ which performed well on the music charts across the world, landing at the second spot on the Billboard 200. It was also certified gold in both the United States and Canada. Although, this star-studded album became a huge hit but Khaled didn’t announce any plans to hit the road in support his latest release. Considering how much he loves to surprise the fans, this multi-time BET Hip-Hop Award winner might just reveal dates for his 2020 tour soon.
Ed Sheeran issued his latest studio album, ‘No.6 Collaborations Project’ on July 12, 2019. This album generated a huge buzz all over the world as it topped the charts in multiple countries and was also positively received by many famous publications. In addition, it was certified platinum in Canada, the United Kingdom, Denmark and New Zealand. It contains guest appearances by some of the biggest stars of the industry including Chance the Rapper, Justin Bieber, Travis Scott, Eminem and Chris Stapleton to name a few. Sheeran hasn’t announced any tour dates as of yet to promote this album but he is expected to do so really soon.