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Can’t-Miss Concerts for January

Ken Mack-Solden | January 2, 2018
Brad Paisley and Lana Del Rey.

If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to see more live concerts in 2018, we’re here to get you started. From The Killers and the end of Katy Perry’s tour, to Jeff Dunham, Khalid, and Brad Paisley, you’re sure to find some January concerts to fit your taste.

Below is a stellar lineup of can’t-miss January concerts.


The Killers


Fresh off a fall 2017 festival tour that included Lollapalooza, The Killers upcoming tour is expected to feature plenty of tunes from their energetic fifth album, Wonderful Wonderful, released in September 2017. Get Tickets.


Katy Perry


The 33-year old Pop mega-star finishes up her sensory-overloaded “Witness” Tour early this year. Her first 2018 date in Seattle on Jan 4 and concluding the tour on Feb. 6, 2018 in Vancouver, BC. Perry is joined on this leg by Carly Rae Jepsen. Get Tickets.


Lana Del Ray


Lana Del Rey hits the road for 24 stops with Jhené Aiko and Kali Uchis beginning Jan 5th at the Target Center in Minneapolis, MN. She is supporting her Lust for Life album in Denver, Kansas City, Chicago, Toronto, Boston, Detroit, Newark, Philadelphia and more. Check out all the tour stops and shop for available tickets at Event Ticket Center.


Miranda Lambert


Lambert, CMA’s Female Vocalist of the Year, hits the road for 23 stops in 2018 beginning in Greenville, SC on Jan. 2018 and concluding in Winston Salem, NC on Mar. 24, 2018.  The “Livin’ Like Hippies” Tour also has stops in Orlando, Duluth, GA, Tacoma, Spokane, Eugene, Sacramento, Fresno, Inglewood, San Diego, Phoenix, and more. Check Event Tickets Center for all dates and available tickets.


Margo Price


Called by some as “Country music’s next star,” Margo Price kicks off her American tour on Jan. 20 at Headliners Music Hall in Louisville, KY. Her tour supports the critically acclaimed Midwest Farmer’s Daughter album. Get Tickets.


Jeff Dunham


America’s favorite ventriloquist continues his hugely popular “Passively Aggressive” tour on Jan. 10, 2018 in Cedar Rapids Iowa with additional January stops in Wisconsin, Ohio, Michigan and Illinois.

Dunham holds the Guinness World Record for Most Tickets Sold for a Stand-up Comedy Tour. Additionally, he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame last September. Get Tickets.


Brad Paisley


Brad Paisley returns for another leg of his renowned "Weekend Warrior" tour. The tour will feature special guests Dustin Lynch, Chase Bryant, and Lindsay Ell who are sure to get the crowd going.

The Country music superstar has earned three Grammys, two American Music Awards as well as countless other awards. Get Tickets to see Brad Paisley today.


Khalid


Khalid is following-up his five Grammy nominations with the 2018 “The Roxy Tour.” Roxy is Khalid’s newly adopted Pitbull mix whom he rescued from a Los Angeles shelter. To honor his beloved pet, $1 from every ticket sold will be donated to local animal shelters on each tour stop. Get Tickets.

The Jan. 27 date is one-time show at NYC’s Radio City Music Hall as a prelude to his tour. The tour officially starts in Portland on May 1, 2018 at the Moda Center at the Rose Quarter.


Dua Lipa


The London-born pop star begins the 2018 leg of her North American tour on Jan 30 in Montreal and wraps on Feb. 17 at The Showbox in Seattle.

Her stops include Dallas, Houston, Denver and Salt Lake City. Also, she'll be hitting Los Angeles, Phoenix, San Diego, and Portland. Get Tickets.


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