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Here's A List Of Summer 2018 Concerts You'll Want To Buy Tickets To Immediately

Summer time = concert time, so here's an amazing selection of summer 2018 concerts you'll want to buy tickets to immediately (including Beyoncé and Jay-Z, Taylor Swift, Britney Spears, Harry Styles, Kesha and Macklemore, and many more). Get 'em now before they sell out!

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1. Beyoncé and Jay-Z are coming to a city near you this summer on what is going to be the can't miss show of the year.

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More info: If you're ready to be slayed to the heavens and back, and then to the heavens once more, and back once more, ok and maybe to the heavens just ONE MORE TIME, before descending back to planet Earth all in the span of a few hours from this power couple than what are you waiting for? Get yourself a ticket to this show, pronto.

Prices: Costs vary depending on which stadium you go to, and where in the stadium you'd like to sit, but be sure to check Live Nation for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

2. Paramore are set to hit the road beginning this June as they continue their tour from last year, and you're gonna need a ticket. Ain't it fun seeing them live.

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More info: This is going to be the fifth leg of the band's successful After Laughter tour and they'll be joined by Foster the People for most dates. Basically, what I'm trying to say, is if you want a night full of head rocking, body moving, losing your damn mind in the best way possible, do it, to it with a ticket to this show.

Price: Costs vary by location so check Live Nation for all the info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

3. Drake is preparing to head out on the road starting at the end of July and throughout the fall on his Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour, and there aren't a lot of things that I'm definite about, but your need to get tickets to this tour is one of them.

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More info: The tour kicks off on July 26th in Salt Lake City on this upcoming arena tour with Migos. Now you might be thinking, who the fuck is Migos? Well, silly, they're the hip-hop trio consisting of Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff who quite frankly make every song they sing/they're featured on sound insanely catchy and fun.

Price: Ticket prices vary, so be sure to head to Ticketmaster for all the info you need, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

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4. Luke Bryan is currently on his What Makes You Country tour, and if there's one thing this handsome, country-singing, American Idol-judging guy has taught us, it's that there's nothing he can't do.

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More info: The What Makes You Country Tour will turn you into someone who just really loves country in case you already don't. He'll be joined by an array of special guests including Sam Hunt, Jon Pardi, and Morgan Wallen. Wahoo!

Prices: Ticket costs depend on city and section, so visit Ticketmaster for all the good deets, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

5. Taylor Swift is currently on the road with her big reputation, literally, with her long-awaited, extremely fucking awesome Reputation stadium tour.

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More info: The tour kicked off on May 8th in Glendale with her very special guests Camila Cabello and Charli XCX. Take Miss Swift's epic 1989 tour and mix it with the fact that her reputation album was hit after hit after hit, combine that with the fact that every video I've seen of the tour from Twitter alone has blown my damn mind – you have a pretty solid recipe for an incredible show.

Prices: Costs vary depending on which section of the stadium you'd like to sit in and which city you'll be attending in, so be sure to head to Ticketmaster for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

6. Kesha and Macklemore are coming at us fast. They released their incredible song "Good Old Days," a couple months ago and are now teaming up for what will absolutely be an memorable show.

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More info: The Adventures of Kesha and Macklemore tour kicks off on June 6th in Phoenix. As if these two don't make you happy enough, you'll be thrilled to find out that a portion of ticket sales are going to two great causes. Kesha will be donating her proceeds to RAINN, an anti-sexual assault organization, and Macklemore will be donating to M Plus 1, a social and racial justice organization.

Prices: Costs vary by show, but some tickets are currently selling for as low as $22. Visit Live Nation for all the info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

7. Britney Spears is going to make you lose your damn mind this summer, while also provoking a decent amount of nostalgia on her short summer tour run.

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More info: Technically, the Piece of Me tour started last summer in Asia, but comes to select cities in North America starting on July 12th in Oxon Hill, Maryland. Is this an appropriate place to beg Brit to PLEASE add more dates to her tour?!

Price: Costs vary from show to show, so visit Ticketmaster for all the deets you need, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

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8. Harry Styles is upgrading his intimate theater tour from 2017 to arenas this summer, and if the temps outside don't warm you up quite enough, then Mr. Styles screaming the words "I'm having your baby!" in one of his perfectly tailored Gucci suits should do the trick.

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More info: Styles sold out the entire 2018 North American leg of his tour instantly, so it's been transformed into a 360-degree seating arrangement, aka more seats. Tickets are a bit sparse for some cities, but if you act fast, you can catch this sweet, sweet creature and his opener, Kacey Musgraves, before it's too late.

Price: $29.50+. I mean honestly, how can you say no to a price like THAT to see a person like HARRY, or check StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets..

9. Dua Lipa is plain and simple killing the game right now, so it only makes sense that her tour from last year is still continuing for a handful of cities.

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More info: Dua Lipa will be kicking off her summer in the states – she's slated to perform in Houston on June 5th and go on a run through early July. So it's technically an early summer tour extension – either way you should go.

Price: Costs vary based on show location, but some tickets are selling for as low as $24.75. Visit Ticketmaster for more info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

10. Niall Horan is the perfect person to spend a summer night with. If you're not completely sold on that cute smile of his, just close your eyes and imagine an amphitheater, phone flashlights making the audience look sparkly, Mr. Horan strumming his guitar, and of course, serenading you with his angelic voice.

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More info: The Flicker World Tour starts in The Woodlands on July 18th with very special guest, Maren Morris – so basically, a live rendition of their duet, "Seeing Blind," is now confirmed.

Price: Costs vary, but generally start at around $29. Take a peek at Live Nation for all the info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

11. Thirty Seconds to Mars are touring this summer to promote their upcoming fifth album, and honestly, Jared Leto would love if you could do him the honor of seeing him live. How can you say no?

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More info: The tour starts on June 6th in Toronto and includes an array of guest opening acts such as Walk the Moon, MisterWives, K. Flay, Joywave, and Welshly Arms.

Price: Ticket costs vary by show, but some prices start as low as $20, so be sure to head on over to Live Nation for all the up-to-date information, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

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12. Keith Urban is hitting the road with his guitar, luscious locks, oh yeah, and his soothing AF voice on his upcoming Graffiti U tour at both amphitheaters and arenas across North America.

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More info: The tour kicks off on June 15th in Maryland Heights, and he'll spend the summer months hitting various amphitheaters. When the fall comes around, you can catch Mr. Urban at an arena near you — we love options. Oh yeah, he'll be bringing the ultra talented Kelsea Ballerini along with him.

Price: Ticket costs vary by date and venue, so visit Ticketmaster for all the info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

13. Janet Jackson is a living legend, plain and simple, and truly an inspiration, so a ticket to see her concert this summer would be an incredible gift to yourself.

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More info: The Unbreakable World Tour has been about two years in the making. The tour was postponed in 2016 due to Jackson's pregnancy, but started up in September 2017 and ran through December. Now that she's had a couple of months to hopefully re-coup, she'll be hitting the road again on July 8th in New Orleans.

Price: Costs vary by show, so head on over to Live Nation for more information, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

14. Panic! At The Disco are prepping for their upcoming Pray for the Wicked tour, and I pray that you'll have a wicked good time. Although, I don't need to pray, I know you'll have an amazing time.

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More info: The arena tour is slated to kick off on July 11th in Minneapolis with special guests A R I Z O N A and Hayley Kiyoko throughout the summer into mid-August. It'll be a fucking awesome night. I write facts, not opinions.

Price: Ticket prices vary, so visit Ticketmaster for additional deets, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale prices.

15. Charlie Puth is headlining his very own arena tour this summer, after spending his time last year opening up for Shawn Mendes.

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More info: The Voicenotes tour is going to start on July 11th in Toronto. Puth is being joined by the insanely talented Hailee Steinfeld, so this is a ticket you'll want to acquire immediately.

Price: Ticket costs vary by show with some selling for as low as $20. Be sure to browse Live Nation for complete information, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

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16. Imagine Dragons are continuing their wildly successful tour from last year and let me tell you, this band knows how to put on an outstanding spectacle.

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More info: They'll be kicking off their next North American leg on June 5th in Hartford with the incredible Grace VanderWaal. You definitely don't wanna miss this.

Price: Costs vary by date so head on over to Live Nation for additional pricing details, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

17. Halsey just continues to kill the game, plain and simple. Just when you think she couldn't get any bigger, she does, so it makes perfect sense that this summer she's heading out on yet another North American leg of her 2017 Hopeless Fountain Kingdom tour.

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More info: In case you missed Miss Ashley on her run of the tour, now is your chance to catch her! And if you were lucky enough to see her last year, well, why the heck not go for round two?

Price: Ticket costs vary so head on over to Live Nation for more deets, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

18. Sam Smith is bringing his soft tunes and charm on tour in what will be a night full of singing along to his always beautiful melodies.

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More info: The North American run of his tour begins on June 18th in Toronto with an opening act yet TBA. But let's be real, do you even need an opening act with someone as charming and talented as him?

Price: Costs vary based on shows, most tickets start in the $50 range. Take a peek at Ticketmaster for extra info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

19. Lindsey Stirling & Evanescence are joining forces for a tour so epic, I'm ready to rock out just from typing this sentence alone.

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More info: Look, I'm no expert, but I'm pretty sure that when you take a talented violinist like Lindsey Stirling and combine it with a rock group like Evanescence, that your ears develop little halo wings above them, because that is quite literally, music to your fucking ears. The amphitheater/arena tour kicks off on July 6th in Kansas City.

Price: Ticket prices vary by show, so be sure to visit Live Nation for all the info you need, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

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20. Shania Twain is on the road again after deeming her last tour a few years ago would be her farewell. So, just in case this run is really her goodbye, you'll want to catch her ASAP.

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More info: The tour started on May 3rd in Tacoma and she'll be spending the large majority of her summer traveling the states. Man, I feel like spending all my summer nights watching this legend perform.

Price: Costs vary by show so be sure to check out Live Nation for all the details you need, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

21. Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, country music's cutest couple, are on the second North American leg of their wildly successful 2017 tour. Get ready for a night of good ole' country tunes.

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More info: The North American leg of the Soul2Soul tour kicked off in Richmond on May 31st and is taking them across the country through July 22nd. If you haven't melted from the cuteness in the picture above, then get your credit card and cowboy boots ready.

Price: Starting ticket prices are in the $60 range, but vary by show. Head to Ticketmaster for more details, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

22. Shakira is heating things up this summer as she tours in support of her 11th album and you have the choice to see her whenever, wherever.

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More info: The North American leg of the El Dorado tour kicks off in Chicago on August 3rd, so you can spend mid-end summer with Shakira, Shakira.

Price: Starting prices are in the $40 range, which is a great price for seeing someone as legendary as she is. Check Live Nation for all the information, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

23. Pentatonix are bringing the sweet sounds of their harmonious voices on tour this summer and something about a night of acapella feels so summer-like.

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More info: The tour begins on July 12th in West Valley City, Utah, and runs until mid-Sept. An opening act is TBA, but who needs an opening act when the sounds this group makes are heavenly enough?

Price: Tickets vary by show so head on over to Live Nation for all the info you're looking for, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

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24. G-Eazy is prepping for a second edition of his Endless Summer Tour with Lil Uzi Vert, slated to visit 32 cities, and ready to give fans a night to freaking REMEMBER.

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More info: G-Eazy and Lil Uzi Vert's tour is set to begin on July 20th in Seattle and take the two to amphitheaters across the country until early September. Special guests include Ty Dolla $ign, YBN Nahmir, P-Lo, and special performances by DJ Murda Beatz. If there's one thing ya need, it's a night of just him & you.

Price: Ticket costs vary, so be sure to check out Live Nation for all the info needed, and StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

25. Zac Brown Band is heading out on the road for a summer of fun, and let's be real, nothing is better on a summer night than parking lot tailgate, cold beers, and a country concert.

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More info: The tour starts on June 8th in Lincoln, Nebraska, and not only will the group wow you, but so will their wide array of special guests including OneRepublic, Mark O'Connor Band, Darrell Scott, Nahko and Medicine for the People, and Leon Bridges for one date (you lucky ducks in Cincinnati).

Price: Ticket costs vary so for more information, head on over to Live Nation, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

26. Lea Michele & Darren Criss aka the world's most adorable Glee BFFs have just kicked off a summer concert together and Gleeks everywhere are gonna want, no, NEED, to see the magic for themselves.

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More info: Just Lea MIchele on tour would be fabulous, just Darren Criss on tour would be fabulous, but take the two of them together, UGH NOW THAT'S A MAGICAL AF GLEE REUNION THAT EVERYONE NEEDS.

Price: Ticket costs vary by location, with some going for as low as $29, but they're going fast! Be sure to visit Ticketmaster for more deets, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

27. Def Leppard and Journey have teamed up for a co-headlining tour that's gonna make rock music fans lose their minds in the best way possible.

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More info: The 58-city tour kicked off on May 21st in Hartford and is taking the two groups throughout North America until October. Two iconic groups, one breathtaking night.

Price: Ticket costs vary by show so make sure you visit Live Nation for all the details, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

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28. Sugarland is a lovable duo who are back to kill the game and give their fans the very special treat that is a Sugarland concert this summer.

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More info: It's been six years since these two last toured, so you're gonna wanna ensure you secure your seat to see them on their upcoming amphitheater tour. Nothing is quite better than a night at an outdoor concert with some good country music, ya know? Maybe a cold beer to go with it.

Price: Ticket prices vary so be sure to visit Ticketmaster for all the info you need, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.

29. American Idol is heading back out on the road with this past season's top seven contestants, and even if you didn't keep up with the show's revival, you can still enjoy a night full of pure talent and awesome covers.

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More info: If you've never been to an American Idol live concert, then honey, you are in for a TREAT. You don't have to be a fan of the show, or even know the contestants to enjoy a night of good music. They play lots of covers, so chances are you'll be to sing along to something! And they'll be bringing previous idol contestant, Kris Allen, and band, In Real Life, along with them.

Price: Tickets prices vary by show, with some tickets going for as low as $55 — be sure to visit Ticketmaster for all the info, or StubHub or SeatGeek for re-sale tickets.