100 Most Popular Musicians on Tour This Year

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50. Ozzy Osbourne
> Total number of U.S. shows: 23
> Followers on Songkick: 631,214
> Most recent album: Scream (2010)

“The Prince of Darkness” who helped the British band Black Sabbath gain heavy metal fame, Osbourne opens his “No More Tours 2” May 27 at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta. His tour takes him through the eastern United States into Canada, and then west before he goes to Europe, where he is scheduled to end his tour in Finland in December.

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49. Weezer
> Total number of U.S. shows: 22
> Followers on Songkick: 1,210,365
> Most recent album: Weezer [Black Album] (2019)

Weezer will embark on the Hella Mega Tour this year alongside Green Day and Fall Out Boy. They will perform at a few events prior to the tour’s kick off, including the Innings Festival in Tempe, Arizona, and the Sandjam Music Festival in Panama City Beach, Florida.

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48. Major Lazer
> Total number of U.S. shows: 3
> Followers on Songkick: 1,430,784
> Most recent album: Peace Is the Mission (2015)

The party band that mixes genres such as reggaeton and trap will open its concert season at the Something in the Water 2020 event in Virginia Beach, Virginia, in April. Then the group goes to Europe beginning in July.

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47. Celine Dion
> Total number of U.S. shows: 35
> Followers on Songkick: 562,689
> Most recent album: Courage (2019)

Celine Dion has concerts scheduled through September 2020, 35 of which will take place across the U.S. She will also be performing in Canada and Europe.

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46. Eagles
> Total number of U.S. shows: 22
> Followers on Songkick: 979,836
> Most recent album: Long Road Out of Eden (2007)

The rock hall of famers have staying power, and have sold out eight of their scheduled 22 concerts in the United States in 2020. They begin their 2020 tour in Atlanta on Feb. 7 at the State Farm Arena. Their tour concludes in London for two shows at Wembley Stadium.

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45. Billy Joel
> Total number of U.S. shows: 13
> Followers on Songkick: 997,097
> Most recent album: Fantasies & Delusions (2001)

While piano man Billy Joel hasn’t released a new studio album for years, he continues to perform live for his beloved fans across the country. He currently has 13 U.S. shows scheduled for 2020, with locations including Boston, Buffalo, and Detroit. Joel will also be performing at Madison Square Garden in his native New York City five times.

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44. Tyler, The Creator
> Total number of U.S. shows: 2
> Followers on Songkick: 970,262
> Most recent album: IGOR (2019)

California rapper Tyler, The Creator (born Tyler Gregory Okonma) has two shows scheduled in the United States this year, at the BUKU Music & Art Project 2020 at Mardi Gras World in New Orleans in March, and at Something in the Water 2020 in Virginia Beach, Virginia — along with Usher, Foo Fighters, Pharrel Williams, Beck, and more — in April. Then he goes to Europe for five shows in five different countries starting in June.

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43. Marshmello
> Total number of U.S. shows: 1
> Followers on Songkick: 727,047
> Most recent album: Joytime III (2019)

Marshmello, also known as Christopher Comstock, is an electronic music producer, DJ, and masked performer. He is scheduled to perform at the Hangout Music Festival 2020 at Gulf Shores Beach, Alabama, in May.

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42. MGMT
> Total number of U.S. shows: 1
> Followers on Songkick: 1,532,866
> Most recent album: Little Dark Age (2018)

The Connecticut-based group is scheduled to perform at the White Oak Music Hall in Houston March 26. Earlier that month, the Grammy-nominated MGMT is scheduled to tour Mexico.

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41. The Chainsmokers
> Total number of U.S. shows: 9
> Followers on Songkick: 1,397,986
> Most recent album: World War Joy (2019)

The dance-pop chart-toppers will play six shows at the XS Nightclub in Las Vegas in January and February, as well as one-nighters in Miami, Aspen, and Park City, Utah, before touring in Europe starting in October.