Most Popular Musicians on Tour This Spring

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10. Red Hot Chili Peppers
> Total number of US shows this spring: 3
> Followers on Songkick: 2,699,663
> Most recent album: The Getaway (2016)

After 37 years together, the LA rockers continue performing for their millions of fans. This May, they will appear at the Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores, BottleRock 2020 in Napa Valley, California, and in Boston Calling in Boston.

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9. Elton John
> Total number of US shows this spring: 30
> Followers on Songkick: 1,524,000
> Most recent album: Wonderful Crazy Night (2016)

Seventy-two-year-old Elton John will continue this year his farewell tour, which has been ongoing since September 2018, with 30 U.S. dates planned for the spring. After more than 50 years of playing live, John has announced that this “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” tour will be his final excursion.

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8. Post Malone
> Total number of US shows this spring: 3
> Followers on Songkick: 1,605,256
> Most recent album: Hollywood’s Bleeding (2019)

The majority of Post Malone’s U.S. tour dates will take place during the remaining weeks of winter. He does have three shows planned for the very beginning of spring, however — in San Francisco, Salt Lake City, and Virginia Beach, Virginia. The “Rockstar” rapper will then head to Europe for a series of concerts.

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7. Lil Wayne
> Total number of US shows this spring: 1
> Followers on Songkick: 2,735,041
> Most recent album: Tha Carter V (2018)

Rapper Lil Wayne currently has just one scheduled concert. He’ll be performing at Chicago’s Radius — an old steel factory-turned-event space — on March 28.

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6. Maroon 5
> Total number of US shows this spring: 12
> Followers on Songkick: 3,325,878
> Most recent album: Red Pill Blues (2017)

After a string of international tour dates, Maroon 5 will be returning to the U.S. beginning with a concert in Chula Vista, California, on May 30. They will continue touring throughout the spring — and into summer — accompanied by opening acts Leon Bridges and Meghan Trainor.