It’s 2024 and the stage is now set for a spectacular line-up of must-see tours. Whether you’re a die-hard fanboy/fangirl or a casual concertgoer, we’re here to help you fill up your 2024 concert calendar. So, grab your favorite comfy concert tee, fire up Ticketmaster (or whatever other ticket vendor you use) and let’s start making those 2024 concert plans! Here are our top 20 picks for must-see shows this year. Click on the link of the artists to see their list of tour dates.

AJ McLean and Joey Fatone ‘A Legendary Night Tour

This duo is all you ever wanted, all you ever needed so quit playing games with your heart and get your tickets to this tour starting March 15 in Temecula, CA.

Taylor Swift’s ‘Eras Tour’

….are you ready for it? Taylor continues her world domination into 2024 with an overseas tour followed by a few more cities in the U.S.

Green Day and Smashing Pumpkins’ ‘Saviors Tour’

When you come around to finally seeing Green Day live, we know you’ll have the time of your life. Green Day fans, celebrate the 30th anniversary of Dookie, the 20th anniversary of American Idiot and hear new music from their upcoming album, Saviors.

New Kids on the Block ‘Magic Summer Tour’

We think about New Kids on the Block in the summertime and all the good times we have had with this boy band.  More good times will come this year as NKOTB sets out for their summer tour with Paula Abdul and DJ Jazzy Jeff.

Foo Fighters’ ‘Everything or Nothing at All Tour’

Is someone getting the best of you? If you live your best life by going to shows, you must see the Foo Fighters live. You can thank us later.

Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘GUTS Tour

A show that will certainly be Good 4 U. Olivia kicks off her U.S. tour in Palm Springs on Feb 23.

Pink’s ‘Summer Carnival Tour’

Get the party started at Pink’s Summer Carnival. You’ll never get tired of seeing Pink showcase her strength and empowerment, singing her chart-topping songs, and delivering awe-inspiring acrobatic performances.

Blink 182’s ‘One More Time” Tour’

If you’re like us and find yourself asking, what’s my age again? It’s time to see Blink 182 for some serious 90s/early 2000s nostalgia.

Bad Bunny’s ‘Most Wanted Tour’

Looking for those summer love vibes? Add seeing Bad Bunny perform Mia live to your bucket list.

Metallica’s ‘M72 Tour’

Nothing else matters but seeing Metallica live at least once in your lifetime. That is all.

Alanis Morissette’s ‘The Triple Moon Tour’

You Oughta Know that we have Alanis to thank for her generation-defining songs. All we really want this summer is for you to sing “Ironic” at the top of your lungs

Niall Horan ‘The Show Tour’

You’ll want to include Niall Horan in the story of your life. His live show is heaven. His tour kicks off in Europe then picks up in the U.S. on June 1 in Alpharetta, GA.

Drake and J.Cole’s ‘It’s All a Blue Tour – Big As The What?’ Tour

IDGAF how busy your summer plans are. Fit Drake and J.Cole into it!

Morgan Wallen’s ‘One Night At a Time Tour’

Thought you should know this country music singer is touring with Hardy, Parker McCollum, Ernest and Bailey Zimmerman.

Red Hot Chili Peppers ‘Unlimited Love’ Tour

Summer goals: Standing in a line to see the show tonight. Their Unlimited Love tour extends into 2024 and you don’t want to miss it.

Tyler Childers’ ‘Mule Pull Tour’
Avoid ‘purgatory’ and find your heaven at Tyler Childers ‘Mule Pull Tour’

Creed’s ‘Summer of 99 Tour’

Welcome Creed back to the road with arms wide open this summer. The tour kicks off July 17.

Fall Out Boy and Jimmy Eat World ‘The So Much For (Tour) Dust Tour’

Dance, dance the night away with Fall Out Boy and Jimmy Eat World “So Much for (Tour) Dust tour.

Enrique Iglesias, Ricky Martin, Pitbull’s ‘Trilogy Tour’

Don’t stop the party! You’ll be living la vida loca with these three latino heroes touring together.

Chris Stapleton’s ‘All-American Road Show Tour’

You should probably leave right now to get your tickets and make those plans to see this country’s ‘All-American Road Show Tour’ Tennessee Whiskey included.

Other artists on tour this year: Noah Kahan, Madonna, Bruce Springsteen, The Rolling Stones, Billy Joel, Journey, Death Cab for Cutie, Pantera, George Strait, Blake Shelton