Before you know it, 2018 will be here. But instead of freaking out over a New Year’s resolution, channel your energy into planning something more fun — like snagging tickets to next year’s biggest concerts.
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Think about it: A number of your favorite artists have already announced their upcoming tour dates, so why not beat the crowd to the best seats? Even if you don’t exactly know what you’ll be doing months in advance, you can never go wrong with buying concert tickets because someone will always want them (meaning you can resell!).
Scroll through and get that planner out to see which shows you’ll be able to attend.
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If you love this genre, you need to make time for Blake Shelton’s country music extravaganza. Artists including Brett Eldredge, Carly Pearce, and Trace Adkins will also be joining him.
For those studying abroad next semester or planning a big trip to Europe for spring break, we highly recommend penciling in a Chainsmokers concert. There’s no doubt it will take your travels overseas to the next level.
Let’s be real, having the chance to see Demi Lovato perform her newest single “Sorry Not Sorry” would be amazing enough, but the fact that DJ Khaled and Kehlani will also share the stage makes this a can’t-miss opportunity. The former Disney Channel star is also known for her Camp Rock reunions, so fingers crossed she’ll bring the Jonas Brothers out, too.
We’ve lost count of how many songs Ed Sheeran currently has on the charts, proving that if there’s ever a time to see him live, it’s now.
Calling all Harmonizers! The girls are extending their fall PSA tour into 2018 and visiting some of the most incredible venues in the world, from Tokyo to Melbourne.
After dominating stadiums stateside in 2017, the rapper is ready to take over Europe. With round-trip tickets becoming more and more affordable, we guarantee you can find something well within your budget.
The star may have had to move around some dates, but her tour is back and better than ever. From Barcelona to Berlin, you’re going to want to catch at least one of her sets.
Starting in the Spring, the New Zealand-born artist is heading back to the States. Though most of you probably saw her on the festival circuit last year, this is your chance to see her go all out at a concert of her own.
The pop-rock band had the year’s best features on their newest album, which means fans can expect a whole lot of guest acts to pop up at their stops on the road. They’re already off to a good start — they’ve recruited Julia Michaels as their opener.
There’s nowhere in the world we wouldn’t go if it meant Niall Horan would be there, serenading us with his guitar. That’s basically what seeing him on tour is like, so reserve those tickets ASAP.
If you want to kick off your year right, you need to put P!nk on your list. After scaling the side of a high-rise building during the American Music Awards, it’s clear that she knows how to put on a show.
It’s been years since Taylor Swift’s last tour, so trust us when we say you absolutely don’t want to miss her comeback.