Here Are The 9 Artists We're Most Excited To See On Tour in 2022

Even with a little bit of uncertainty when it comes to the full on return of live music, we're still super excited for all of these artists hitting the road in 2022:


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She may not be going on a cross-country road trip, but you can still see Adele live in concert thanks to her Vegas residency. Starting the end of January through April of this year, she's headlining Weekends with Adele at Ceasar's in Vegas.

Bad Bunny

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After his album became the first Spanish language album to debut at #1 this year, Bad Bunny hits the road for his El Último Tour del Mundo. He'll stop in the NY/NJ area for 3 nights in March -- 3/18 at Prudential Center and 3/19 & 3/20 at Barclay's Center.

Billie Eilish

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Seven GRAMMY Awards and countless hits later, Billie Eilish mounts her second world tour this year following her second studio album Happier Than Ever. She'll also make a stop at Glastonbury in the UK. See her February 18th and 19th at Madison Square Garden and February 22nd at Prudential Center.

Charli XCX

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She gave us a taste of what's to come in 2022 when she took the stage at our Z100 All Access Lounge in December. Charli XCX: "Crash" The Live Tour hits North America and Europe this year stopping at Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC April 22nd and 23rd.

Dua Lipa

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FINALLY! We've been collectively fawning over Future Nostalgia: The Album since the beginning of quarantine, but now we get Future Nostalgia: The Tour! The North American Tour kicks off February 9th in Miami and makes local stops at Madison Square Garden on March 1st and Prudential Center on March 4th.

Kacey Musgraves

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"When I say yee, you say haw! I didn't say yee!" Country-pop sensation Kacey Musgraves is over the Slow Burn and is hitting the road in 2022. Star Crossed: Unveiled will stop at Madison Square Garden on February 5th.


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Lorde made a global return with her album Solar Power after a hiatus that seemed never-ending. Mounting a tour of the same name, she's has to postpone initial dates in Australia and New Zealand until 2023 but will still be stopping in the US this year! She comes to Radio City Music Hall this April 18th and 19th.

Rina Sawayama

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Making her debut during the start of the pandemic in 2020, her album SAWAYAMA had fans wrapped around her thumb. Her tour dates in North America and Europe this Spring are sure to be a visual masterpiece. Catch the pop star on the rise at Brooklyn Steel on May 9th.

The Weeknd

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Following back to back years of success and quite a few tour postponements, The Weeknd is for sure taking to the road in 2022 -- but not without some adjustments. After initially announcing his After Hours World Tour, he's had to reschedule some dates, but for a good reason. The show is so popular that he can't perform in arenas in some locations and has to move the shows to stadiums. The four dates planned for Prudential Center, Madison Square Garden, and UBS Arena this Spring have yet to be rescheduled, but if you're a ticket holder you'll get all the info you need.

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