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    Here's A List Of 2019 Concert Tours You'll Want To Get Tickets To ASAP

    When your to-do list is literally just a bunch of concerts you need to get tickets to.

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    1. Ariana Grande is currently on her highly-anticipated Sweetener tour, and take it from me, this queen KNOWS how to put on a show. Thank u, next.

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    More info: The tour kicked off on March 18th in Albany and will take her across North America until July 13th where she'll end the tour in Salt Lake City before heading to Europe. She'll be joined by special guests Normani and Social House.

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

    2. Shawn Mendes is touring North America this summer in honor of his latest self-titled album — you've probably heard "In My Blood" and/or "Lost In Japan," both songs have this amazing power to make you want to cry, but also to make you want to belt out the words, and also to dance. What did Shawn do? He did THAT.

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    More info: The tour officially started on March 7th in Amsterdam, but he'll be hitting North America starting on June 12th in Portland and going through September 6th, where he'll end that leg in Toronto.

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

    3. 5 Seconds of Summer and The Chainsmokers are headlining a tour together in the fall, and to say I'm excited is an understatement. Do I listen to their collaboration, "Who Do You Love?" at least once a day? Yes. Should you do the same and then get a ticket to witness it live? Absolutely.

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    More info: The tour kicks off on September 25th in Cincinnati and will take them throughout North America where they'll wrap up on December 6th in Vancouver. And they'll be bringing along the insanely talented Lennon Stella.

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

    4. P!nk is back on her incredibly successful tour in North America. So if you missed it during the first go around last year or just wanna re-live it, now is the time to act.

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    More info: The tour kicked off on March 1st in Sunrise, Florida, which ironically is the same date she kicked off her last year. She'll end the second leg of the North American tour at the iconique Madison Square Garden in NYC on May 22nd before going off to Europe for the summer, so don't miss out!

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

    5. Billie Eilish is literally everyone's current obsession, and for good reason. Thankfully, the hella talented singer is heading out on the road this spring/summer, and I can assure you won't wanna miss out on getting a ticket.

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    More info: The tour kicks off on May 29th in San Francisco and will take Eillish across North America where the tour will wrap-up on July 13th in San Diego. What are you waiting for? GO, GO, GO!!!

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

    6. Jonathan Van Ness, while not a concert tour, is one show you're gonna want to catch, FOR SURE. The Queer Eye/Gay of Thrones/Getting Curious star (I mean really, is there anything JVN can't do?), is one of the funniest, brightest personalities, and spending an evening at his show will give you clear skin and perfect hair... it's a scientific FACT.

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    More info: The Road To Beijing tour kicks off on April 11th in Homestead, Pennsylvania and temporarily wraps up on June 23rd in Denver. But don't fret. It'll return on November 6th in Minneapolis before wrapping up again on December 7th in Houston. So go get your tickets now, you gorgine hunnies!!

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

    7. Twenty One Pilots are about to bring the next leg of their North American tour back this spring. So no worries if you didn't get the chance to catch them last year, they're here to save us all.

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    More info: Starting on May 1st, the duo will tour a few different cities in Mexico, before hitting a few cities in Canada starting on May 12th, and then they make their way to the states beginning May 31st in Grand Rapids, visiting various cities throughout the country for a month.

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

    8. Carrie Underwood is gearing up to head out on the road in this spring in honor of her latest album, Cry Pretty. Queen Carrie can make everything, crying included, look pretty because she's gorgine. Be sure you don't miss her when she comes to a city near you.

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    More info: The tour is slated to kick off on May 1st in Greensboro and takes her through the end of October, Halloween 2019 to be exact, where she'll end the tour in Detroit. Plus, you can enter to win a pair of tickets on her website at an arena near you!

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

    9. Michael Bublé is on the road for the first time since 2015 and we couldn't be happier to see him coming back to a city near us with amazing music from his 10th studio album, Love.

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    More info: The tour started on February 13th in Tampa and is taking the singer throughout the states until August 3rd in Quebec City. If you've never been graced by the presence of this angelic singer, then do yourself a favor and get a ticket immediately. You won't regret it.

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

    10. Backstreet Boys are heading out on the road this year, so if you're anything like me and wondering why teleportation hasn't been invented as they wrap up their Las Vegas residency, don't fret. They'll be at a city near you before you know it.

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    More info: Their Vegas residency will wrap up at the end of April and just a few weeks later they'll be headed off to Europe to begin their tour. They'll kick off the North American leg on July 12th in Washington DC and visit arenas through September 15th where they'll end the tour in Newark. BACKSTREET IS BACK, BABY!

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

    11. Mariah Carey is currently on her 11th tour — we love a timeless legend. The Caution World Tour is, you guessed it, in support of her upcoming 15th(!!!) album and bound to be a night you won't wanna miss.

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    More info: The tour started on February 27th in Irving and is taking her to theaters across North America until April 6th in Bethlehem, at which point she'll head overseas.

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

    12. Jennifer Lopez is slated to kick off her first headlining US tour. The It's My Party tour is in honor of her birthday, what better way to celebrate Jenny from the block's birthday than having a big concert party with her?

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    More info: The tour will kick off on June 7th in Los Angeles and bring her throughout North America. She'll wrap-up on July 25th in Miami. This is one summer party... well concert... nah party, you won't wanna miss!

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

    13. Why Don't We are currently on a headlining tour in support of their debut album 8 Letters. You may know of their song "Trust Fund Baby," which is a total bop, BTW, as is the entirety of their first album.

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    More info: The tour kicked off on March 20th in Phoenix and is taking them throughout North America for about a month where they'll wrap up the tour on April 18th in Seattle. This band is bound to get big, fast, so catching them in a small theater setting is definitely something you won't wanna miss.

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

    14. Cher is on her Here We Go Again tour in the states right now following the high demand the tour had during its Australian run this past fall, and in fact, is so popular here, they added another leg!

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    More info: The North American leg started on January 17th in Estero and will visit arenas through May 30th where the first North American leg will end in Vancouver. She'll then be heading to Europe, and then head back here to do another NA leg starting on November 19th in Portland. The setlist is a mix of Cher's classic as well as ABBA covers because the tour and her most recent album, Dancing Queen, give a nod to the Swedish pop group, and of course, because Cher recently starred in Mamma Mia 2. She's joined by special guests Nile Rodgers and Chic.

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

    15. Flo Rida, Nelly, and TLC are joining forces for an amphitheater tour that's going to be one of the hottest shows of the summer, and not just because it's outdoors!

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    More info: The tour will kick off on July 23rd in Tuscaloosa and take them throughout North America where they'll end the tour on August 31st in Irvine. Three great acts? All in one night? Sign me up!

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

    16. PRETTYMUCH are gearing up for a theater tour this summer. Appropriately named the FOMO Tour, I can almost guarantee you're gonna feel major FOMO if you don't get yourself a ticket to check out this talented group.

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    More info: The tour will start on July 11th in Dallas and take them throughout North America before wrapping up on August 16th in Vancouver. Considering their headlining tour last year was a success and they opened up for Khalid, I guess you can say these guys are pretty freaking amazing.

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

    17. Paul McCartney is touring for his 17th solo album — literally 17th solo, that doesn't include everything else he's done with this little band called The Beatles. IDK if you've ever heard of them?

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    More info: The North American leg will kick off on May 23rd in New Orleans and visit eight cities in the U.S. until the end of June, but we're keeping our fingers crossed that more will be announced. Either way, it's hard to not be impressed of all McCartney has done and continues to do.

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

    18. Train are bringing the heat to an amphitheater near you this summer. Yes, it's that time of year where we think about our summer concert plans — AHHH!

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    More info: The tour kicks off on June 7th in Washington and will visit amphitheaters across North America through August 17th, where they'll wrap up the tour in Massachusetts. They'll be touring with Goo Goo Dolls and Allen Stone.

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

    19. Elton John is officially ready to retire from touring... in 2021. His current Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour is comprised of a whopping 300 shows around the world, so yeah, this one is a must on your to-do list, and I think you can find it in you to clear a night in your schedule in the next three years.

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    More info: The grand tour kicked off on Sept. 8th in Allentown and took him through March 18th. Now, he's gearing up to head to Europe for a second leg, before coming back to the U.S. in the fall kicking off on September 4th Salt Lake City and running through November 16th in Uniondale, Long Island.

    Tickets: Head on over to Ticketmaster or Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

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