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    Here’s A List Of Fall 2019 Concerts You’ll Probably Want To Buy Tickets To Immediately

    From Jonas Brothers to Lana Del Ray to Post Malone to Ariana Grande, and *more*, here are the hottest acts to catch as the temps drop.

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    1. iHeart Radio's Jingle Ball Tour is going to be bigger and better than ever this year. There's no better way to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year than seeing all of your favorite artists in one amazing concert. At least, IMO!

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    Lineups and dates:

    93.3 FLZ Tampa (Sunday 12/1) — Sam Smith, Lizzo, Normani, French Montana, Why Don't We, Max, AJ Mitchell

    106.1 KISS FM Dallas (Tuesday 12/3) — Camila Cabello, Sam Smith, Charlie Puth, Lizzo, Lauv, Why Don't We

    KIIS FM Los Angeles (Friday 12/6) — Katy Perry, BTS, Billie Eilish, Sam Smith, Camila Cabello, Halsey, French Montana, Lizzo, Normani

    WILD 91.4 San Francisco (Sunday 12/8) — Charlie Puth, Lil Nas X, Quinn XCII

    KDWB 101.3 Minneapolis (Monday 12/9) — Katy Perry, Camila Cabello, 5SOS, Why Don't We, Monsta X, Lauv

    Q102 Philadelphia (Wednesday 12/11) — Halsey, 5SOS, Niall Horan, Lizzo, Monsta X, Why Don't We, Lewis Capaldi

    Z100 New York City (Friday 12/13) — Taylor Swift, Jonas Brothers, Camila Cabello, Halsey, 5SOS, Niall Horan, Lizzo, Dan + Shay, Monsta X, Lewis Capaldi, Fletcher

    KISS 108 Boston (Sunday 12/15) — Halsey, 5SOS, Niall Horan, Charlie Puth, Lizzo, Why Don't We

    Hot 99.5 Washington, DC (Monday 12/16) — Halsey, Khalid, Charlie Puth, Niall Horan, French Montana, Lewis Capaldi

    Power 96.1 Atlanta (Friday 12/20) — Jonas Brothers, Khalid, Niall Horan, French Montana, Why Don't We, Lewis Capaldi, Zara Larsson

    Y100 Miami (Sunday 12/22) — Jonas Brothers, Khalid, Niall Horan, French Montana, CNCO, Why Don't We, Zara Larsson

    Tickets: Capital One Cardholder pre-sales are taking place on Monday 10/7 at 10 a.m. local time through Wednesday 10/10 at 10 a.m. local time, or until pre-sale tickets sell out. General public on-sale will begin Friday October 11th at 12 p.m. local time. Head on over to Ticketmaster fore more info!

    2. Jonas Brothers are BACK BABY (I could go on with exclamation points forever!!!)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Were the six years the boys were apart the most devastating six years of my life? Yes. Am I being a tad dramatic? Literally not at all.

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    More info: The tour kicked off back in August and will take them through North America until mid-December. I saw the show back in late August when they came to MSG, and OMJ (oh my Jonas, duh), it is SO good. The tour is perfectly catered to both OG Jonas stans and newer fans as well! It's so good, I'm probably, most definitely gonna see it again. Seriously, get a ticket or 85 to this one... that's how many you'll need to make up for the six year Jonas drought. (PS — JoBros, if you're reading this, make the Brooklyn surprise song "Don't Speak.")

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

    3. Ariana Grande is going to kick off another North American leg of her successful tour in November. The tour is in support of not one, but TWO albums — Sweetener and thank u, next and features a million song setlist (approximately).

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    More info: The star is currently on the European leg of the tour. The next North American leg will officially start on November 9th in Uniondale and run through December 22nd where she'll finish up in Inglewood, CA. She'll be bringing along special guests, Social House.

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

    4. Post Malone is one of the hottest names in music, and for good reason. I mean, his songs get stuck in your head without even trying. It's been scientifically proven that every other song you hear on the radio is a Post Malone song — OK, that's not exactly true, but it feels like it, and I don't hate it.

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    More info: The Runaway Tour is already his THIRD headlining tour. Also, I think it's important to mention that he literally just ended his second tour in August... we stan a devoted artist. The tour kicked off on September 14th in Tacoma, and he'll wrap-up on November 21st in Inglewood. So, what are you waiting for? Go witness all those catchy songs you can't shake from your head LIVE.

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

    5. Lana Del Rey is just like really cool, like plain and simple. Her sixth album is truly her best yet — her music has a way of making you feel like a bad b, but in a soft and pretty way. Not to mention, this album was mostly co-produced with Jack Antonoff, and anything he touches immediately turns to gold.

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    More info: The tour kicked off on September 21st in Wantagh, and is only slated to run through October 11th where she'll wrap-up in San Diego. She'll be heading to Europe in February, and we'll be keeping our fingers crossed she decides to extend this one or go on another tour again soon, because we can't get enough Lana in our lives.

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

    6. 5 Seconds of Summer and The Chainsmokers are co-headlining a tour together, 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 started on September 25th in Cincinnati and will take the two acts, along with their very talented opener, Lennon Stella, throughout North America where they'll wrap-up in Vancouver on December 6th. As someone who has witnessed both 5SOS and The Chainsmokers live before, I can promise you this will be a v fun night.

    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 gearing up for the THIRD North American leg of their highly popular tour. The duo have very passionate fans and for obvious reasons. Their songs are catchy, relatable, and they're electric live.

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    More info: The next leg is slated to begin on October 9th and will visit arenas throughout North America for a month. They'll wrap-up in Tulsa on November 9th. There aren't any additional dates for this tour planned after that, but I mean, come on, they did a European leg, an Australian leg, and now three North American legs all spanning over a year, so it's time for them to take a well-deserved break.

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

    8. Carrie Underwood is on the second North American leg of her tour 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 second North American leg kicked off on September 10th in San Diego and will take Underwood to arenas through October 31st, where she'll wrap-up in Detroit. (Spooky. Not really, tho.) She's joined by Maddie & Tae and Runaway June.

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

    9. 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 tour originally kicked off back in April, but if you were silly and missed the first run, don't fret. He'll begin another North American leg on November 6th in Minneapolis. I saw this show back in April and I laughed SO hard, seriously, it was so needed.

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

    10. Sara Bareilles is hitting the road this fall in honor of her sixth album, Amidst the Chaos. I guess you can say that she's had quite the "chaotic," few years. She was busy working on this album, starring in Waitress on Broadway, planning this tour, and so much more. Chaotic good, though?

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    More info: The tour starts on October 5th in Detroit and she'll hit a variety of small theaters, amphitheaters, and arenas until she wraps up on November 26th in Atlanta. She'll be joined by Grammy nominated singer/songwriter, Emily King.

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

    11. Guns N' Roses are currently on the 11th leg of their "Not in This Lifetime" tour that first started in 2016... It's actually the first time that Axl Rose, Slash, and Duff McKagan have all performed together since touring in 1993, so perhaps they just had a lot of lost time to catch up on? 🤷

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    More info: This current, and as of right now, last leg of the tour kicked off on September 21st in Los Angeles. They'll be visiting arenas and some music festivals across North America and will, again, as of right now, wrap-up on November 2nd in Las Vegas. Their support acts vary by date but the rotation includes Shooter Jennings, Bishop Gunn, Blackberry Smoke, Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown, and Dirty Honey.

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

    12. Cher is currently on the European leg of the "Here We Go Again" tour, but she'll back for a second North American leg later this fall, so if you missed the first leg, now is your chance!

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    More info: The next leg begins November 19th in Portland and will visit arenas throughout North America before wrapping up on December 19th in Dallas. Also, very worth noting that she added a couple more dates to her Las Vegas residency at the Park Theater in February 2020. BRB, hopping on a plane.

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

    13. J Balvin is currently on the North American leg of fourth concert tour in honor of his fifth album, Vibras, but his first collaborative album with Bad Bunny, Oasis.

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    More info: The North American leg of the tour kicked off on August 30th in San Juan and will run through October 26th in Los Angeles. He'll then head over to Latin America for a couple of dates. He's accompanied by special guests Lyanno and Eladio Carrion.

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

    14. Madonna is touring a little differently than what she's done in the past. Rather than playing arenas and stadiums in numerous cities, she's doing multiple dates at small theaters in a select few cities. Road trip to see Madonna at a city close to you, anyone?

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    More info: The "tour," kicked off on September 17th in Brooklyn. She'll be in NY through October 12th. Then she'll be in Chicago from October 15th—27th, San Francisco from October 31st—November 4th, Las Vegas from November 7th—November 10th, Los Angeles from November 12th—25th, Boston from November 30th—December 2nd, Philadelphia from December 7th—11th, and Miami Beach from December 14th—22nd. She'll then head over to Europe in 2020 to do something similar in Lisbon, London, and Paris.

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

    15. Logic is heading out on the road soon for his "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind," tour in honor of his fifth album. The rapper actually released TWO albums this year as well as a novel and was cast in a role in an upcoming video game. To say he's had a busy year would be quite the understatement.

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    More info: The tour officially starts on October 5th in Vancouver. He'll be playing in a mix of amphitheaters, small theaters, and arenas through November 15th where the tour will end in Chicago. He'll be joined by special guests J.I.D and YBN Cordae.

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

    16. The Black Keys are back and better than ever after an almost five year hiatus. Ever since the band released their lead single "Lo/Hi," off their ninth album, Let's Rock, excitement has been high. Time to go ride out that high at a live show.

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    More info: The tour started on September in Los Angeles. The band will be visiting arenas throughout North America and will wrap-up on November 24th in Vancouver. They are joined by rock group, Modest Mouse.

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

    17. Elton John is on the second North American leg of his ongoing farewell tour. I'm not quite sure how ongoing it is exactly, but you know just in case, get a ticket to see him on this current leg... and all future legs, because why not? He's a living legend.

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    More info: This current leg first started on September 4th in Salt Lake City and is slated to bring him to arenas across North America until November 16th where he'll end in Uniondale. Then he'll head over to Australia, come back for a brief stint in the tri-state in April, and then he'll be in Europe next fall. I'm just really impressed that he knows where he'll be in like, of December next year. I still don't know what I'm eating for dinner tonight.

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

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