Crowd favorite Justin Bieber, who won a 2015 Grammy for Best Dance Recording, is busy touring around the globe, but will be back in July for a 9-show North American stint. The pop star, whose Purpose album is currently up for Album of the year, kicks off his U.S. run July 29 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas and rounds it out in his Canadian hometown of Toronto.
JUST ANNOUNCED: Metallica
Metallica, already having 9 Grammys and coming off a performance with Lady Gaga, just announced a 25-city tour to promote Hardwired…To Self Destruct. The metal legends will be playing NFL and MLB stadiums across the country in addition to Rock on the Range Festival in Columbus, Ohio.
Three-time Grammy award winner Bruno Mars is preparing for his Catch the 24K Magic World Tour, which begins Sunday, March in Inglewood California at the iHeartRadio Music Awards. The tour takes Bruno Mars across the U.S. until Nov. 11 for his last show of the tour at The Forum-Los Angeles.
Hip-hop artist The Weeknd won in 2015 for Best R&B Performance and Best Urban Contemporary Album. Now he’s touring the world for the 2017 World Tour Phase One: Starboy, Legend of The Fall. After performing throughout Europe and South America, The Weeknd is returning to North America March 25. Starting in Vancouver, Canada, The Weeknd is making stops at top venues and festivals like Bonnaroo before heading back over the pond.
Looking for a Grammy winner blast from the past? Decorated artists Billy Joel and Barbra Streisand are both taking on U.S. arena and stadium performances sure to be unforgettable experiences for fans of all ages. Don’t have tickets yet? Get them today!