The 9 Most Highly Anticipated Concerts of 2024 and How Much They Cost

Taylor Swift: Described as a journey through all of her musical eras, including Fearless, Lover, Evermore, 1989, Speak Now, Reputation, and more, Taylor Swift's sixth headline tour is called the Eras Tour.

Bad Bunny: Bad Bunny is embarking on his Most Wanted Tour throughout the United States after two tours in 2022. His most recent studio album, Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Manana, is being promoted with this tour.

Olivia Rodrigo: A tour in support of Olivia Rodrigo's second studio album, GUTS, is about to embark. Performances from the tour will take place throughout Europe and North America.

Drake: Drake is returning to the road, but he'll be traveling with J. Cole. For All the Dogs, his eighth studio album, is being promoted with the current tour.

Morgan Wallen: The popular country artist Morgan Wallen has extended his current tour in promotion of his self-titled third studio album. He is scheduled to stop 29 times throughout his tour of the United States.

Madonna: After suffering from a bacterial infection, Madonna had to postpone the commencement of her Celebration trip until July 2023. The trip began in October in London and will run through 2024, stopping in several cities in North America.

The Rolling Stones: The Rolling Stones haven't done a North American tour in a while, but this year they're doing 16 shows to promote their most recent album, Hackney Diamonds.

Noah Kahan: Noah Kahan is returning on the road for his We'll All Be Here Forever Tour across North America and Europe in 2022 and 2023, following the success of his Stick Season Tour in 2022 and the summer of 2023.

Nicki Minaj: Following the release of Pink Friday 2, her fifth studio album, Nicki Minaj made an announcement about her upcoming tour in the United States and Europe.