100 Most Popular Musicians on Tour This Year

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70. Journey
> Total number of U.S. shows: 57
> Followers on Songkick: 1,003,044
> Most recent album: Eclipse (2011)

Journey have an exceptional 57 U.S. tour dates planned for 2020. The majority of these concerts will also feature The Pretenders.

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69. Tame Impala
> Total number of U.S. shows: 24
> Followers on Songkick: 1,077,232
> Most recent album: The Slow Rush (2020)

Australian indie rock band Tame Impala has scheduled 24 concerts for American audiences, including dates with MGMT and singer Clairo. The band’s newest studio album, “The Slow Rush,” will be released this coming February.

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68. The Beach Boys
> Total number of U.S. shows: 47
> Followers on Songkick: 884,087
> Most recent album: The Beach Boys with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (2018)

While the members of The Beach Boys have advanced considerably in age, they continue to tour energetically. The legendary band has 47 U.S. dates scheduled for 2020, beginning in Louisville, KY, on Feb. 7.

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67. The Lumineers
> Total number of U.S. shows: 38
> Followers on Songkick: 1,251,467
> Most recent album: III (2019)

Denver-based band The Lumineers will be touring across North America this year, playing 38 concerts within the U.S. Among the various opening acts are Mt. Joy, J.S. Ondara, Shakey Graves, Jade Bird, and Caamp.

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66. T-Pain
> Total number of U.S. shows: 5
> Followers on Songkick: 1,034,503
> Most recent album: 1UP (2019)

Fresh off the release of his recent album “1UP,” T-Pain has four U.S. concerts planned. Among these are dates at The Sugar Mill in New Orleans, the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, and an appearance at the Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores this May.

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65. Rick Ross
> Total number of U.S. shows: 5
> Followers on Songkick: 1,031,163
> Most recent album: Port of Miami 2 (2019)

Rick has five concerts planned for this winter. The rapper will perform in St. Louis; Las Vegas; New York (at the legendary Apollo Theater); Miami; and Detroit.

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64. Ludacris
> Total number of U.S. shows: 2
> Followers on Songkick: 1,102,624
> Most recent album: Ludaversal (2015)

Ludacris is less active in music than he once was, but fans still have two chances to catch him this year. The rapper will be performing in Salt Lake City on Feb. 29 with Ashanti, Ja Rule, Fat Joe, E-40, Xzibit, and DJ Quik. He will also be headlining a concert in Lewiston, Idaho, on April 4.

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63. Meghan Trainor
> Total number of U.S. shows: 38
> Followers on Songkick: 919,878
> Most recent album: Treat Myself (2020)

Meghan Trainor’s new album “Treat Myself” is scheduled to be released on Jan. 31. In support of it, the pop singer will be touring North America — including 38 U.S. concerts — with Maroon 5.

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62. Ice Cube
> Total number of U.S. shows: 3
> Followers on Songkick: 629,383
> Most recent album: Everythangs Corrupt (2018)

Ice Cube has risen to major celebrity status thanks to his acting career as well as music. The rapper has four concerts scheduled for 2020, including an April 20 performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, with Method Man, Redman, and Action Bronson.

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61. Mark Ronson
> Total number of U.S. shows: 1
> Followers on Songkick: 938,072
> Most recent album: Late Night Feelings (2019)

Musician and producer Mark Ronson’s popularity in the U.S. has skyrocketed over the past few years. Yet Ronson has only announced a single live stateside performance for 2020 as one of the acts performing at 4xFAR Music & Adventure Festival in Coachella, California. He will DJ alongside rapper Q-Tip.