12 Most Anticipated Concert Tours Of 2023

Due to the increased prevalence of airborne diseases and restrictions, numerous concerts and tours were canceled in 2020 and the better part of 2021. Most artists have also expressed their concern about hosting concerts and going on tour in 2022.

However, to the delight of their fans, artists are planning to make in-person comebacks in 2023 through concert tours. And if you enjoy concert tours, knowing when your favorite artist will be on tour allows you to plan ahead of time.

For one thing, you’ll have enough time to save in order to purchase tickets from platforms like and have a great time at your preferred concert. Similarly, you can strategize your 2023 schedule to avoid conflicts and inconveniences. This article will list the top 12 most anticipated concert tours for 2023.

Concert Tours To Watch Out For In 2023

In 2023, the demand for live events is relatively high, which is understandable. After a two-year hiatus due to the disease outbreak, fans are eager to re-experience their favorite musical acts.

Here’s a list of the highly likely and confirmed concert tours for the coming year.

1. Adele


Adele’s Las Vegas residency has been confirmed and it’ll run from November 18, 2022, to March 25, 2023. Dubbed ‘Weekends with Adele,’ the concerts aim to promote her latest album, ’30.’ If you’re a Daydreamer, you’ll love this concert because you’ll be able to sing along to your favorite Adele hits with the hitmaker.

2. Beyonce


Beyonce recently released her album ‘Renaissance’ in July 2022, sparking speculation about a concert tour in 2023. These rumors were confirmed during the fifth annual Wearable Art Gala auction. It came after the two exclusive tickets were auctioned. However, the tour’s dates and locations are yet to be confirmed. So, stay on the lookout for further communication.

3. Billy Joel


Billy Joel has been performing at New York’s Madison Square Garden as part of his monthly residency since 2014. During this time, he has accumulated a broad fan base, and the demand for his music has increased. As such, his monthly concerts will continue until 2023.

In addition, amidst his ongoing residency, Billy Joel is expected to embark on a US tour in 2023.

4. Bruce Springsteen


Despite his seven-year hiatus, Bruce Springsteen is still one of the most famous concert tour artists. Springsteen, and the E Street Band, will kick start their US tour in February and continue through April.

The tour dates have been confirmed, and the concert tour begins on February 1, 2023, at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida. His concerts are great, so grab your tickets before they’re sold out.



This all-female quartet was the first K-Pop group to reach 1 billion views on YouTube for a music video in less than two years. The group announced a massive world tour that will take place between October 2022 to the middle of 2023. The concert tour aims to promote their new album, ‘Born Pink.’ These concert tours will happen across Canada, the US, South Asia, and various parts of Europe.

6. Carrie Underwood


Carrie Underwood fans are ecstatic after the artist’s confirmation of her Denim & Rhinestones tour. The concert tour begins on October 27, 2022, at the Alerus Arena in Grand Forks, North Dakota. It’s scheduled to run until March 17, 2023, at the Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, Washington. Grab your tickets early to avoid missing out on a live performance by the ‘I’ll Stand By You’ hitmaker.

7. Ed Sheeran


Ed Sheeran’s Mathematics tour in the United States is scheduled for 2023 in support of his album ‘Equals.’ The concert tour will begin in May and through to September. The artist will traverse various parts of the country, including the Midwest, the South, and the West Coast. Other artists that will make guest appearances in Sheeran’s concert tours include Russ, Khalid, Cat Burns, Dylan, Maisie Peters, and Rosa Linn. Tickets for these concert tours are already available on various platforms.

8. Harry Styles


Harry Styles’s album ‘Harry’s House’ was released in May 2022, and the artist has been on tour to promote it since June. His concert tours will continue into 2023 as part of his ‘Love On’ tour across Europe and some parts of the US, like Austin and Chicago. Some artists that will make guest appearances include Koffee, Jesse Ware, and Wet Leg. Tickets for these concerts are already available on multiple platforms.

9. Lewis Capaldi


Lewis Capaldi made history in April 2019 when his ‘Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent’ concert tour sold out minutes after it went live. A month later, his debut album, which would be promoted by the tour, was released. The tour was scheduled for March 2020.

The artist is in the US to promote his album ‘Broken by Desire to Be Heavenly Sent.’ In addition, the artist plans to tour in Europe, Ireland, the UK, and North America. You can access the tickets from various platforms before they sell out.

10. Matchbox Twenty


This legendary rock band has announced a tour in the US mainland and Canada in 2023. Initially, the band had planned to tour in 2020 before the disease outbreak struck, causing them to postpone their plans. However, it has been reported that the Matchbox Twenty will embark on their tour beginning March 16, 2023, and will last until July 3, 2023.

11. The Killers


The Killers 2023 concert tour is one that fans have been awaiting confirmation on and is now official. The celebrated band announced they’ll be touring Houston, Pittsburg, and St. Louis starting March 2023. Further speculation suggests that the band will publicly announce more concert tour locations before embarking on it.

12. Elton John


In 2023, Elton John will have completed 52 years of live performances. His final concert tour, dubbed ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road,’ has been going on for the past four years. The artist is currently touring North America and will end the year with a performance at Dodger Stadium on November 20, 2022. He’ll then resume the tour in New Zealand and Australia in 2023 before ending the tour officially on July 8, 2023, in Stockholm, Sweden.

Wrapping Up

The in-person concert tour comeback in 2023 has piqued the interest of fans. Knowing some music acts that have concert tours planned for 2023 will help you prepare in advance for a memorable experience. Moreover, you can create your 2023 schedule with these concerts in mind to avoid inconveniences. If your favorite artist is on this list, it would be best to secure your tickets in advance before they sell out.