100 Most Popular Musicians on Tour This Year

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60. Train
> Total number of U.S. shows: 1
> Followers on Songkick: 1,284,810
> Most recent album: a girl a bottle a boat (2017)

The San Francisco rockers, who scored three top-10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, including “Hey, Soul Sister” in 2010, will be appearing at the Sail Across the Sun cruise event in Miami, Florida, Feb. 14 — Valentine’s Day — and tickets for the show are sold out.

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59. Nas
> Total number of U.S. shows: 4
> Followers on Songkick: 923,111
> Most recent album: Nasir (2018)

New York City native Nas (born Nasir Jones), rapper and son of a jazz musician, is scheduled to perform four concerts this year, beginning with a show at Watsco Center at the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. The other shows are in California and Oregon.

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58. Arcade Fire
> Total number of U.S. shows: 1
> Followers on Songkick: 1,292,812
> Most recent album: Everything Now (2017)

Arcade Fire currently has a single U.S. concert planned. The Montreal-based indie rock outfit will perform at the Mahalia Jackson Theater of the Performing Arts in New Orleans on February 14 alongside the local Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

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57. Lynyrd Skynyrd
> Total number of U.S. shows: 18
> Followers on Songkick: 804,523
> Most recent album: Live In Atlantic City (2018)

The venerable southern rockers start their 2020 tour in Savannah, Georgia, and will visit all parts of the United States before taking their act to Europe in June before returning for a gig in Indianapolis on July 31 at the Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park.

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56. Trey Songz
> Total number of U.S. shows: 1
> Followers on Songkick: 1,332,489
> Most recent album: 11 (2018)

Singer-songwriter Trey Songz (born Tremaine Aldon Neverson) is scheduled to appear at the 5th Street Beach Stage in Virginia Beach, Virginia, for the Something in the Water festival.

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55. Jason Mraz
> Total number of U.S. shows: 4
> Followers on Songkick: 1,316,024
> Most recent album: Know. (2018)

Easy-listening singer-songwriter Jason Mraz is scheduled to perform at four concerts in California, starting in Los Angeles on Jan. 23, where he’ll appear with Robby Krieger and John Densmore (members of the legendary Doors), among others. Mraz ends the year with six shows in Australia.

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54. Mötley Crüe
> Total number of U.S. shows: 30
> Followers on Songkick: 428,993
> Most recent album: End: Live in Los Angeles (2016)

The heavy metal veterans have added eight shows to their Stadium Tour 2020, which includes rockers Def Leppard, Poison, and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. The self-styled “world’s most notorious rock band” begins its U.S. tour on June 21 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas.

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53. Meek Mill
> Total number of U.S. shows: 1
> Followers on Songkick: 939,125
> Most recent album: Championships (2018)

Meek Mill fans currently have one chance this year to see him perform live in the U.S. this year. The Philly rapper will be appearing at AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami on Jan. 30 alongside DJ Khaled, Dababy, and Megan Thee Stallion.

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52. Bon Iver
> Total number of U.S. shows: 1
> Followers on Songkick: 1,343,613
> Most recent album: I, I (2019)

Bon Iver will spend the majority of 2020 touring worldwide in support of the recent album “I, I.” The indie band will make one stop in the U.S. this March, however, when they perform during M3F Festival in Phoenix.

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51. Aerosmith
> Total number of U.S. shows: 15
> Followers on Songkick: 1,197,247
> Most recent album: Music from Another Dimension! (2012)

The campy, strutting quintet from Boston that burst on to the rock scene in the 1970s will perform 15 shows at the Park Theater at Park MGM in Las Vegas, Nevada, starting Jan. 29 before heading to Europe in June.