Tour Shows

2022’s On Tour Artists and Bands

2022 is by all accounts a magnet for unrecorded music – enormous reunions deferred by the principal pandemic lockdowns, the greatest geniuses going behind their 2021 albums, and indie rock artists performing shows as they discharge new music.

Of course, it remains to be seen how the new variants and ongoing pandemic will affect these touring schedules, but here are some of the artists heading to venues around the world this year.

Tour: 

The 1975

Three years after their last tour, the 1975 will embark on a long-awaited road trip across North America in support of their new album Being Funny in a Foreign Language, due out October 14th.

Adele

Adele previously announced her stay in Las Vegas just after the release of her fourth album, 30, but it was postponed in January citing COVID safety precautions. Now it’s on the track again. On November 18, it will begin with the Vegas shows, which will run until March 2023.

Alex G 

A North American fall tour was announced by Alex G featuring Barrie, Hatchie and Sadurn. She will perform the music of God Save the Animals.

Algernon Cadwallader

Ten years after their disbandment, Algernon Cadwallader will reunite for a tour that begins October 14th in Pittsburgh and ends November 20th in Santa Ana, California.

Alvvays

The Canadian indie-pop band will begin touring their third album, Blue Rev, in October.

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Bartees Strange

After performing in Europe, Bartees Strange is set to headline a North American leg from November 3 in Pittsburgh to December 19 in Nashville.

Beabadoobee

In July, Beabadoobee dropped her latest album, Beatopia, and announced alongside it that she would be touring in North America. 

Beth Orton

In support of her Weather Alive album, Beth Orton will go on a North American tour, beginning on November 1 in Washington, D.C. and ending on November 22 in Vancouver. 

Big Thief

This year’s Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You album by the Big Thief brings them on tour. The concerts start on January 31 in Burlington, Vermont and will wrap up on February 7 in Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium.

Bright Eyes

Bright Eyes will perform at concerts in October and November. And while on tour, they will be reissuing three more albums.

Carly Rae Jepsen

This fall, Carly Rae Jepsen says call me, maybe, as she embarks on a US tour. 

Coldplay

After canceling their tour supporting their 2019 album, Everyday Life, Coldplay is back on track in 2022 for a world tour. 

Many more artists and bands have announced their tours this 2022, including:

Dave Matthews Band, Dry Cleaning, Fontaines D.C., Girl Talk, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Gorillaz, Harry Styles, Kendrick Lamar, The Killers, Lucy Dacus, Margo Price, The Mars Volta, Mary J. Blige, Mclusky, Modest Mouse, Palm, Paramore, Plains, Post Malone, Pusha T, Rina Sawayama, The Smashing Pumpkins, The Smile, Soccer Mommy, Special Interest, Steve Lacy, Stevie Nicks, Sudan Archives, and Turnstile.

Indeed, 2022 will be blessed with music concerts. Perhaps, with four more months remaining this year, more artists will reveal their plan to embark on a road journey.

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