Live concerts and music are some of the things we really missed in lockdown in 2020 and 2021, but now the big musical acts are back. People are itching to get outside and enjoy being with people again after a couple of rough years.
2022 might be the start of the roaring 20s, and the world can’t wait to find out. With everyone going out and having a social life again, some tickets will be hard to find.
Millions of people spent 2020 and 2021 watching Youtube and listening to music streaming services. Now they’re ready to pack stadiums again.
It seems like musicians everywhere are getting back to the stage, but here are a few of the biggest concert tours happening in 2022.
Justin Bieber is still one of the hottest singers in the world, ten years after he made it big on Youtube with “Baby.” Justin’s all grown up now, and he’s on his fifth studio album and had a global hit with the first single, “Yummy.”
Justin Bieber will continue his world tour in 2022, with tour dates all over the world. In the first half of the year, we’ll see Justin in North America. He’ll go global in August, with Europe, South America, Africa, Asia, and Oceana tour dates.
Billie Eilish is no stranger to controversy, but she’s also been one of the top-selling tickets in the world since 2017. Her new Happier than Ever World Tour captures the spirit of the moment, and it’s going to sell out fast.
If you’re having trouble getting tickets to her show, check out this Rate Your Seats review. The tour will have concert dates in the USA, Europe, and Oceana that you won’t want to miss.
Ed Sheeran is red-hot internationally with hits like Shape of You, Perfect, and Thinking Out Loud. His fans will be excited to hear that he’s on tour and bringing his guitar to a city near you.
He’ll be focusing on the UK, Austria, Germany, and Switzerland throughout 2022. If you happen to be in the neighborhood, you’ll definitely want to get tickets to his show.
Coldplay’s smooth vocals and mature sound have aged very well over the last 25 years. Their older songs have a great acoustic guitar vibe, and the piano melody in “Clocks” has been sampled endlessly.
If you’re looking for something mellow for a great date night, you can’t ever go wrong with Coldplay. Coldplay will be touring North America in the Spring and then Europe in the Summer.
Imagine Dragons broke through in 2012 with Night Visions, but they’ve had some of their biggest hits in the Tic Tok era.
Imagine Dragons’ “Enemy” sounds like it was made for the dance videos and pointed commentary of short videos. Surprisingly, though, it actually sounds best in an action-packed live show with laser strobes and costumed dancers.
Imagine Dragons will tour North America in the Spring and then have a glorious European Summer.