12 must-see concert tours this fall and how to get tickets!

Summer is coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean that your entertainment options have to. There is no shortage of Fall 2018 tours for all music lovers! Some of the biggest tours of the year begin this fall, and some of the biggest summer tours expand into the fall. Whether you are into today’s top artists, or yesterday’s classics, TicketCity is here to showcase the top tours that need to be on your radar in the next few months. Check out our list of must-see tours this Fall!

Beyonce/Jay-Z: The On The Run II tour has been successful ever since it’s announcement this past spring, and it is still going strong. The Beyonce and Jay-Z tour only has a little over a month to go. Don’t miss your chance to see it before it’s over!

Drake: Drake has already started his tour with Migos, and the two will continue the successful outing all the way through November.

Ed Sheeran: Ed Sheeran is back in North America, and this time he is playing stadiums. The 2018 Ed Sheeran tour is hitting some of the biggest football and baseball stadiums across the country, and will continue to do so until November.

BTSThe K-pop sensations will begin their biggest tour yet in September with four shows in Los Angeles. After hitting several other US cities such as Ft. Worth, Oakland, Newark, and Chicago, BTS will end their North American tour with a sold out show at Citi Field in NYC.

Bruno MarsBruno Mars is beginning his final leg of his 24k Magic Tour. Cardi B will no longer be his supporting act, but Bruno has announced Ciara, Charlie Wilson, Ella Mai and Boyz II Men will take her place. The 2018 Bruno Mars tour kicks off in September in Colorado.

Twenty One PilotsAfter taking a year off, Twenty One Pilots are back and they kick off their sold out Bandito tour in October to support their newest album, Trench.

Travis ScottTravis Scott is embarking on his biggest solo tour yet, which will kick off in November after his performances at both weekends of Austin City Limits.

Justin TimberlakeJT picks up where he left off and begins the next leg of his Man of the Woods tour in September, which will continue on into 2019.

Phil CollinsPhil Collins is touring again for the first time in over a decade. Need I say more?

Fleetwood MacFleetwood Mac are also marking their return this fall with their first tour in a few years. Fleetwood Mac will perform at the iHeartRadio Festival in September before kicking off their headlining tour in October.

Elton JohnThe beginning of the end starts in September for Elton John as he kicks off his final tour. The Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour will continue on for over a year as Elton tries to hit every city one last time. 

Journey/ Def LeppardWe all know Journey doesn’t stop believing, but did you know they also don’t stop touring? Journey, along with Def Leppard, has had one of the top tours of the summer. The classic rock legends will continue to tour until October.