Upcoming must-see summer concerts

Summer is the ultimate season for concert tours, and this year, there is one for every musical preference.

These are the hottest concerts you can attend in the next few months, spanning across every genre.

Beyonce and Jay Z

Embed from Getty Images

Mr. and Mrs. Carter’s On the Run Tour, ending August 5, is a must-see for anyone who believes Beyonce and Jay-Z are the greatest power couple in history.

If America were a monarchy, it’s pretty certain we would all vote for them as our king and queen. Both great performers on their own, they are bound to be even more incredible together, meaning these tickets are in high demand.

Get your tickets here.

One Direction

Embed from Getty Images

Everyone’s favorite boy band since Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC are making an appearance this summer with the Where We Are Tour, their largest stadium tour ever.

With so many locations on schedule, you probably won’t have to travel too far to see them.

Joining them on the tour is 5 Seconds of Summer, known for their single She Looks So Perfect.

Get your tickets here.

Katy Perry

Embed from Getty Images

Prism is the best Katy Perry album so far, including songs Dark Horse ft. Juicy J and Birthday, — which is so catchy it’s been stuck in my head since the first time I heard it on the radio.

My favorite song on the album is This Is How We Do, a perfect summer anthem. Those songs combined with Katy Perry’s signature colorful, whimsical stage props make the Prismatic Tour highly recommended.

Get your tickets here.

Justin Timberlake

Embed from Getty Images

JT, the Prince of Pop and one the best current R&B artists, has been at the top of everyone’s celebrity crush list since the ’90s.

His return to fame last year was arguably the comeback of all comebacks, and his new songs are (somehow) even better than the hits he put out with *NSYNC.

In the 20/20 Tour, he shows off his golden pipes and incredibly smooth moves while performing favorites such as Suit & Tie and Mirrors.

Get your tickets here.


Embed from Getty Images

For those of you who like house music, The Mothership Tour is the one you’ll want to see this summer. But you’d better hurry, because it ends July 30.

No one can amp up a crowd with just a computer and a soundboard better than Skrillex — and it looks like he has a ton of fun doing it.

Get your tickets here.

Panic! at the Disco

Embed from Getty Images

For punk rockers everywhere, The Gospel Tour is sure to satisfy your pop-punk craving.

Sharing the stage with Walk the Moon, Panic! At The Disco is back with hits like Miss Jackson and This Is Gospel.

They’re also incorporating some of their songs from back in the day, like Nine in the Afternoon.

Get your tickets here.

Robyn and Röyksopp

Embed from Getty Images

This European duo, who just dropped their collaborative EP Do It Again, are co-headlining The Joint Do It Again Tour, which is sure to be a favorite for electronic fans.

Robyn’s infectious dance songs Call Your Girlfriend and Dancing On My Own are great examples of her musical style, and I’m sure this tour will provide the same energy and awesome dance moves as those music videos did from 2010.

Get your tickets here.


Embed from Getty Images

OneRepublic’s lead singer Ryan Tedder’s amazing vocals were sorely missed during the band’s four-year break. But now they’re back with Ryan Tedder & Co.’s Native Tour, and their fans are celebrating.

Counting Stars has been playing constantly on the radio, and now you have a chance to hear it live!

Get your tickets here.

Queen + Adam Lambert

Embed from Getty Images

The Queen + Adam Lambert Tour has been a long time coming.

Their collaboration has been highly anticipated since Lambert performed Queen’s hit, We Are The Champions, alongside Queen band members Brian May and Roger Taylor on the American Idol season finale.

Get your tickets here.

Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden

Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images

Known for their visually stimulating light shows, nine inch nails is back with their classics from the ‘90s as well as songs from its newest album, Hesitation Marks. I suggest working on your headbanging in preparation for this tour.

Get your tickets here.


There you have it! Get your tickets while they’re still available, and don’t forget to bring your lighters.

Source: http://www.fuse.tv/2014/05/best-summer-tours-concerts#1

Featured Image: Bigstock

About Ashley Tressel (7 Articles)
Please contact my publicist.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: