Ticket Liquidator is the best place to find tickets to that concert you want to cross off of your bucket list. Concert tickets are on our site for a discounted price, and a wide range of seats creates an extensive selection for you to choose from. Enjoy mainstream music? Taylor Swift's tickets will be popular once she announces her tour following the release of her new album! Want to see your favorite indie band that’s only touring at small venues? We have your tickets for indie concerts here, too! Interested in international genres such as K-pop? Check out their upcoming tour schedules and see your favorite international band at a venue near you!
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Harry Styles 2017 and 2018 Tour
Harry Styles, a member of the boy band One Direction, broke out into his solo career this year as the band takes a hiatus. Styles dropped his selft-titled debut solo album after performing on Saturday Night Live. Hits such as "Sign of the Times" and "Two Ghosts" demonstrate his '70s/'80s rock lean in his solo work. Styles is a born-to-be rockstar. He is touring small venues in 2017 to then tour stadiums in 2018.
Katy Perry: "WITNESS: The Tour"
Katy Perry announced her 2017 album Witness with a June release date. In addition, the pop singer announced her "WITNESS: The Tour." It's a huge tour that will begin in fall 2017 and is set to roll into 2018. The singer has released two singles preceding the album including "Chained to the Rhythm," "Bon Appétit," and "Swish Swish."
Ed Sheeran 2017 World Tour
Ed Sheeran dropped his album ÷ in March of 2017. He is on tour for the rest of 2017, hitting indoor arenas throughout the country. Rumor has it he is added a stadium leg in 2018, but those rumors have yet to be confirmed. The 2017 tour leg will sure to be packed with his new music in addition to unique Ed covers and hits off of his first two albums.
Lady Gaga: "Joanne World Tour"
Lady Gaga performed at the Super Bowl LI Halftime Show. She then announced her “Joanne World Tour” the following day. The tour goes from August until December 2017. It hits famous ballparks as well as indoor stadiums. The European leg extends from mid-September until the end of October in addition to scattered Canadian concerts. After her tremendous Halftime Show, Lady Gaga promises nothing less than to wow and entertain her audiences.
Lady Gaga released Joanne in 2016. The album swerved away from her pop, electronic dance sound and towards a soft rock. Joanne reveals Gaga’s personal, vulnerable state, as the album was named after her deceased aunt who passed away from lupus at a young age. Her Aunt Joanne was also a sexual assault survivor, and Lady Gaga’s real name, Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, references her aunt.
U2: “The Joshua Tree 30th Anniversary World Tour”
U2 announced their “The Joshua Tree 30th Anniversary World Tour” at the start of 2017. The summer tour goes from May until the fall, hitting U.S., Canada, and Europe.
The famous Irish band explained in interviews that they are touring for the 30th anniversary of the release of The Joshua Tree. The Joshua Tree, much like a lot of U2’s music, holds a social stance and political agenda. U2 is known for their liberal viewpoint and charitable contributions. Due to recent events, band members explained that the state of the world isn’t so different than when the album was first released thirty years ago. Therefore, as a celebration of The Joshua Tree’s excellence and message, they are touring for the anniversary.
U2 is also rumored to release Songs of Experience this year, the follow up album to Songs of Innocence from 2015. The “iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour” followed the last album release, so expect a potential next tour after this summer route if the new album drops.
Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood: “Garth Brooks World Tour”
Even since Garth Brooks returned to touring, he won’t quit. Brooks and his wife Trisha Yearwood keep adding concerts to his “Garth Brooks World Tour,” and the fans keep coming! The couple released Christmas Together in late 2016, and they have tour dates scheduled throughout a chunk of 2017. Brooks and Yearwood schedule stints in certain cities and take breaks in between. This is opposed to different cities every night like many other tours. This way, the couple travels less but still performs a large number of concerts.
Brooks released Gunslinger in 2016, his first original album in years. Therefore, upcoming concerts can expect to be a range of old fan favorites and newer material. Put on your cowboy hat or boots (or both!) and see one of the best-selling country artists of all time.
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