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The 44 Most Anticipated Tours of 2024: Taylor Swift, Bad Bunny, Olivia Rodrigo, and More

By Pitchfork

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It’s looking like a busy year for some of the world’s biggest touring artists, with packed schedules from Taylor Swift, Bruce Springsteen, Madonna, Bad Bunny, Foo Fighters, the Rolling Stones, Red Hot Chili Peppers, U2, Green Day, and many more. A few touring institutions, meanwhile, are just wrapping up, from Adele’s time in Las Vegas to Billy Joel’s Madison Square Garden residency and Bob Dylan’s seemingly never-ending Rough and Rowdy Ways trek. Some things, however, just never seem to change: You can expect the Ty Segalls and King Gizzards of the world to feature on these roundups till kingdom come, with reliable indie-rock staples like Destroyer, Wednesday, and Alvvays still out in force fighting for the cause, too.

After a residency that has spanned the best part of a year and brought hundreds of thousands of Adele fans to Las Vegas, the Tottenham superstar is closing the run with dates from January through June. “This residency, these shows have changed my life. I desperately needed to fall back in love with performing live again, and I have,” she said in the announcement. “It’s just made me realize how much I really enjoy being on stage, that I’m bloody good at it and that it is 100% where I belong! So let’s go one last time before I turn into a showgirl forever!” –Jazz Monroe

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Adele: Weekends With Adele

Alanis Morissette

Alanis Morissette will spend the spring and summer touring North America with noteworthy companions Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. The Triple Moon Tour begins in June in Phoenix, Arizona, and wraps up with a final show in Inglewood, California. Morissette and Jett will also be joined by country singer Morgan Wade. –Hattie Lindert

Alanis Morissette: The Triple Moon Tour

Before they play a European festival circuit next summer, Alvvays will head out on a series of U.S. tour dates in spring 2024. Fresh off their first-ever Grammy nomination (a Best Alternative Music Performance nod for their song “Belinda Says”), Alvvays are hitting venues across the country and ending the run in May in Tucson, Arizona. –Hattie Lindert

Alvvays: US Spring Tour 2024

Turns out 2022’s El Último Tour del Mundo wasn’t actually Bad Bunny’s last world tour. The Puerto Rican superstar is back on the road for the 47-date Most Wanted North American tour, in support of his October 2023 album Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana . The run begins in February and concludes in May with three back-to-back nights in Miami. –Hattie Lindert

Bad Bunny: Most Wanted Tour

Belle and Sebastian

Right at the top of 2023, Belle and Sebastian shared a surprise album: Late Developers presented an array of playful indie-pop, and a companion of sorts to the previous year’s A Bit of Previous . The band was due to tour shortly after the record’s release but canceled when bandleader Stuart Murdoch ran into health issues ; the rescheduled dates take place in the spring. In the meantime, Murdoch announced a memoirish novel and the band appeared on The Simpsons . –Jazz Monroe

Belle and Sebastian: North American Tour Spring 2024

This year marks the end of Billy Joel’s storied Madison Square Garden residency: the New York staple is set to retire his franchise with the venue after his 150th show in July. Since announcing the series in 2013, Joel has kept it a steady engagement, only taking off 18 months for the pandemic. While the residency is coming to a close, Joel does not yet plan to retire. –Hattie Lindert

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Jack Antonoff was busy in 2023—getting married and producing albums from Lana Del Rey and Taylor Swift—and he’s showed no signs of slowing down for 2024. His band, Bleachers, is releasing a self-titled album, and he’s also producing the soundtrack for Apple TV+’s The New Look . With all that, he and Bleachers are also going on the From Studio to the Stage Tour with Samia as an opener. –Hattie Lindert

Bleachers: From the Studio to the Stage poster

The biggest pop-punk reunion of last year is ready to keep the momentum going into 2024. Blink-182 ’s classic trio—Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker, and Tom DeLonge—will bring One More Time... , their first new album together since 2011’s Neighborhoods , to the live stage for an extensive world tour . Starting with more than a dozen dates in Australia in February, Blink-182 will make their way across the globe, playing in South America, North America, and Europe nearly every month until the fall. Opening select shows are Rise Against, Pierce the Veil, Alexisonfire, and the Story So Far. Expect foul-mouthed banter, heavy nostalgia, and one massive reminder not to take yourself too seriously. –Nina Corcoran

Blink-182: One More Time Tour

Bob Dylan was 80 when he started to tour behind 2020’s Rough and Rowdy Ways . Now 82, the revered bard is still celebrating his latest studio album with shows around the globe. While this year’s dates have not yet been revealed, Dylan has been billing 2024 as the final year of the trek. –Allison Hussey

Bob Dylan Tour poster

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band

The Boss and his band remain on the road, and the peptic ulcer disease that forced him to postpone several 2023 dates is no longer going to stop him. Bruce Springsteen returns in March, bringing his formidable live show across the United States before dipping into Europe and concluding with more North American dates later in the year. –Jazz Monroe

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band 2024 Tour

After playing a series of North American shows in November, Burna Boy is returning for the second half of his arena tour supporting his fifth and latest album, I Told Them… . The latest shows follow his December performance at the Afro Nation Nigeria festival in Lagos’ Tafawa Balewa Square. –Hattie Lindert

Burna Boy: I Told Them... Tour

Danny Brown

If you didn’t catch Danny Brown at the tail end of 2023, fresh off the release of his latest album, Quaranta , not to worry: The rapper is heading back out on tour in 2024. Brown will head off on a North American run in March, starting in Boston and closing out the series of shows in Nashville on April 14. Brown released Quaranta , which he has called a “spiritual bookend” to his 2011 album XXX , in November 2023. –Hattie Lindert

Danny Brown: Quaranta ’24 Tour

After releasing the serpentine and sumptuous Labyrinthitis in 2022, Destroyer’s Dan Bejar is taking a more minimalist approach to his performances in the United States and Canada as winter starts thawing into spring. David Carswell, one of Bejar’s regular collaborators, will join the singer-songwriter, with Vancouver duo Lightning Dust opening in all locales except for Denver. –Allison Hussey

Destroyer [Solo] Tour

After more than a few years off the road, DJ Shadow is touring again in 2024, taking on his most extensive run since 2017. He’ll travel Europe and North America for a series of dates in support of his most recent, mostly instrumental album Action Adventure . The tour kicks off in January with a show in San Diego, California. –Hattie Lindert

DJ Shadow: Action Adventure: The Tour

Drake & J. Cole

Apparently, to Drake, entering “Scary Hours” means bidding 21 Savage adieu and welcoming J. Cole to the next edition of the It’s All a Blur Tour. In support of For All the Dogs and the subsequent Scary Hours Edition , Drake has expanded the tour with a series of 2024 dates featuring Cole. The new leg of the tour—subtitled Big as the What?—begins later this month in Denver. –Hattie Lindert

Drake tour artwork

Fall Out Boy & Jimmy Eat World

Unofficially inspired to recreate the Predator handshake meme but for two different generations of emo-gone-pop-punk, Fall Out Boy and Jimmy Eat World are joining forces this spring for a 23-date tour of the United States, with the former headlining and the latter opening. Dubbed the So Much for (2our) Dust , it begins in Portland, Oregon, on February 28 and stretches on through to April 6, where the trek ends in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Both bands will also reunite in the fall for the Las Vegas music festival When We Were Young. If it’s anything like the first run of Fall Out Boy’s tour in support of their new album, So Much (for) Stardust , then fans can expect a thrilling career-spanning setlist that rotates in a few new songs each night. –Nina Corcoran

Fall Out Boy: So Much for (2our) Dust

Foo Fighters

It’s going to be a busy summer in 2024 for Foo Fighters. Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett, Pat Smear, Rami Jaffee, and new drummer Josh Freese have some June stadium shows lined up in the United Kingdom, and, then, in July and August, they’re hitting stadiums and ballparks across the United States. They’ll be joined by myriad support acts, including Alex G, the Hives, Amyl and the Sniffers, L7, and more. The band’s latest album, But Here We Are , arrived last summer. –Evan Minsker

Foo Fighters: Everything or Nothing at All Tour

When Green Day heads out on tour in 2024, the band will bring no shortage of support along. Joining the band on a series of North American dates kicking off in July in Washington, D.C., are the Smashing Pumpkins , Rancid , and the Linda Lindas . Before that, Green Day will tour Europe starting in May with support from Nothing but Thieves, the Hives, Donots, the Interrupters, and Maid of Ace. Green Day are on the road in support of the upcoming album Saviors (plus the 30th anniversary of Dookie and the 20th anniversary of American Idiot ). –Hattie Lindert

Green Day: The Saviors Tour

Hotline TNT

Brooklyn-based shoegazers Hotline TNT have a tour lined up next year in support of their album Cartwheel . A large chunk of the dates are in support of Wednesday, who are also gearing up for a 2024 tour, although they’ll also perform with They Hate Change and Quicksand during the stint. –Hattie Lindert

Hotline TNT tour poster

In support of new album Tangk , Idles will be on tour for more or less all of 2024. The band begins its shows in February and, for now, the only months without Idles concerts are April and August. –Matthew Strauss

Idles: World ’24 Tour

Jamila Woods

Chicago singer Jamila Woods brings her intimate album Water Made Us on the road, visiting multiple cities across North America and Europe. Award-winning poet and musician Kara Jackson, who released her debut album, Why Does The Earth Give Us People To Love? , in 2023, will join Woods as her opener. –Hattie Lindert

Jamila Woods: Water Made Us Tour

Jane Remover & Quannnic

Jane Remover’s Census Designated marked a notable shift in tone and style: The artist who had pioneered corners of the burgeoning 2020 hyperpop scene turned towards more straightforward rock and emo. Now, she will take the new sound out on the road on a series of U.S. tour dates in February. Jane Remover will co-headline the Designated Dreams Tour with her DeadAir labelmate Quannic. –Hattie Lindert

Jane Remover & Quannnic: Designated Dreams Tour

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard

The beloved and prolific Australian weirdos King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard are getting ready to tour a lot in 2024. After March festival dates in South America and dates in May with Grace Cummings across the United Kingdom and Europe, the band will head to North America for shows in August, September, and November. Crowds in Forest Hills, Chicago, Quincy, and Austin are also getting the band’s famous three-hour “marathon shows.” –Evan Minsker

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard tour poster

After being hospitalized for a severe bacterial infection last year, Madonna made a full recovery, in a turn she has referred to as “ a fucking miracle .” As a result, the pop legend finally kicked off the initial leg of her rescheduled Celebration Tour in October. After a stretch of dates in England and Europe, Madonna has already brought her career-spanning show to North America, where she will continue with dates in Toronto, Detroit, Montreal, New York, Chicago, Seattle, Las Vegas, Inglewood, Houston, Miami, and more until spring. She’ll wrap things up with a batch of concerts in Mexico City, ending on April 24. –Madison Bloom

Madonna: The Celebration Tour

The riotous Welsh rock band Mclusky, who last toured North America in 2004, were primed for a cross-Atlantic comeback run until disaster struck: bandleader Andrew “Falco” Falkous found himself working through a debilitating bout of tinnitus and other inner-ear problems. After some recuperation and with hearing protection in tow, Falkous and the band are due to make good on their return in March. The group shared a double A-side, “ Unpopular Parts of a Pig / The Digger You Deep ,” in September, as a high-spirited preview of a forthcoming full-length. –Allison Hussey

Mclusky: USA Tour 2024

The crowd who spent a mid-July weekend watching Earl Sweatshirt, Noname, and more perform for free in Brooklyn at MIKE’s Young World festival got a front-row seat to the rapper’s caring curation and accessible live experience. In 2024 he’ll take that energy on the road in support of his most recent solo album, Burning Desire . The Somebody Fine Me Trouble tour begins in Europe in February, before kicking off a U.S. leg in Philadelphia in April. He’ll close things out with a hometown show at New York’s Webster Hall. –Hattie Lindert

MIKE: Somebody Fine Me Trouble Tour

Militarie Gun

The hardest working touring band in post-hardcore is dead set on maintaining that title in 2024. Los Angeles’ Militarie Gun are going back on the road for a North American tour , beginning on January 31 in Phoenix, Arizona, and extending on through March 9 in Seattle, Washington. It’s their first headlining tour since releasing Life Under the Gun , their long-awaited debut album, as they’ve taken numerous opening gigs for other bands since then. This time around, set to open all of the shows are Pool Kids and Spiritual Cramp, with additional support on select dates from Death Lens, Spaced, and Roman Candle. –Nina Corcoran

Militarie Gun: tour poster

She may not be an outspoken artist online, but, behind the scenes, Mitski is making every word count. While TikTok was busy fawning over “ My Love Mine All Mine ,” Mitski was putting in the work to find a music venue that offers fair merch rates while still booking a place big enough to house her sizable fandom at each stop. The result of her efforts is a North American tour with multiple nights at theaters around the country in support of The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We . Joining her along the way are openers Tamino, Sunny War, Julia Jacklin, and Sarah Kinsley. –Nina Corcoran

Mitski tour poster

Ms. Lauryn Hill

After a brief intermission for vocal strain, Ms. Lauryn Hill is resuming her 25th anniversary tour of The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill . The shows were set to feature co-headline sets from the reunited Fugees , though details on rescheduled dates have not yet been announced. –Jazz Monroe

Ms. Lauryn Hill tour poster

Olivia Rodrigo

After Taylor Swift and Beyoncé’s blockbuster outings, Olivia Rodrigo is looking like the next pop star to dominate the year with a massive tour. There are over 75 dates on the Guts World Tour, spanning Europe and North America. Opening for Rodrigo on select dates will be Chappell Roan (who also worked on Guts ), PinkPantheress, and Remi Wolf. The chaperoning parents of younger tri-state area fans are clearly taken into consideration, too, as the Breeders will support Rodrigo over four nights at Madison Square Garden. –Hattie Lindert

Olivia Rodrigo: Guts World Tour

Porno for Pyros

It’s time to say goodbye to Porno for Pyros. Whether you’re ready or not, Perry Farrell and the band’s 2024 reunion shows are now billed as farewell dates. “Getting together with these guys has been some of the most fun, the happiest times in my life,” Farrell recently said in a statement. They take place in February and March across the United States. As a consolation prize, the band recently released its first song in 26 years back in November. Quench your thirst with “ Agua .” –Evan Minsker

Porno for Pyros tour poster

Red Hot Chili Peppers

The shows Red Hot Chili Peppers have planned for 2024 include a diverse and long list of support. Red Hot Chili Peppers have lined up Kid Cudi, Ice Cube, Ken Carson, Otoboke Beaver, Sean Kuti, Wand, and Irontom to join them on select dates in North America. –Hattie Lindert

Red Hot Chili Peppers: Unlimited Love Tour 2024

The Rolling Stones

Forget about what you thought of Hackney Diamonds for a second: Do you want to go see the Rolling Stones play a stadium somewhere in North America? If you do, their upcoming dates from late April to mid-July have you covered. Among their plans is also a headlining spot at this year’s New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Will any special guests show up at these shows? Who knows, but the band did play a surprise release show with Lady Gaga last year, so anything can happen. –Evan Minsker

The Rolling Stones: Stones Tour ’24 Hackney Diamonds

One of shoegaze’s best-loved acts is back on the road in 2024: Slowdive will tour in support of the 2023 album, Everything is Alive . The British band has North American dates in the spring sandwiched between European runs. –Hattie Lindert

Slowdive: 2024 North American Tour

Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, and drummer Tom Skinner are in a groove as the Smile and show no signs of slowing down. Wall of Eyes , their follow-up to 2022 debut A Light for Attracting Attention , will come out on January 26. A little over a month later, the Smile will bring those songs to life for a short European tour . Beginning in Dublin, Ireland, on March 7 and ending in London, England, on March 23, the run is only nine dates long. Who knows, maybe Paul Thomas Anderson will fly himself out to watch as a little treat for directing the “ Wall of Eyes ” music video. –Nina Corcoran

The Smile: March 2024 Tour

Stephen and David Dewaele are rebooting Soulwax in 2024 for the duo’s first tour in five years. The Dewaeles co-produced Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul’s Topical Dancer in 2022, but haven’t released an LP of their own since 2018. The tour begins in Amsterdam in January, and will also stop in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, and England. –Hattie Lindert

Soulwax Tour 2024

Stevie Nicks

Continuing a run of late 2023 shows that included a few co-headlining dates with Billy Joel, Stevie Nicks has more tour dates lined up for the new year. The singer will begin her 2024 run next month in Atlantic City—and Joel will once again be joining her at later dates in Texas and Illinois. –Hattie Lindert

Stevie Nicks: Live in Concert

Taylor Swift

The hottest concert ticket of 2023—subject of the biggest concert film of all time—continues its reign throughout 2024. Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour is crisscrossing the globe. It’s Japan and Australia in February, Singapore in March, and then Europe and the United Kingdom from May to August. The shows return to North America in October and November with multiple dates in Miami Gardens, New Orleans, Indianapolis, and Toronto. If you’ve read through this paragraph, you might have noticed: that’s most of the months! –Evan Minsker

Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour

Tool haven’t released new music since 2019’s Fear Inoculum , but they’ve remained busy on the road. Following headlining and festival dates last year, the band has stadium and arena shows in January and February. Wondering what wild outfit Maynard James Keenan will wear this time? Will it be a blonde wig, red lipstick, and prosthetic breasts? A leather jumpsuit and a wild mohawk? Might as well go to one of these shows and find out. –Evan Minsker and Matthew Ismael Ruiz

Tool in Concert

With her new album, What an Enormous Room , out January 26, Mackenzie Scott is spending January to April on the road. Torres starts the year with January dates across the United States with Aisha Burns. For the first two weeks of February, she’s over in Europe and the United Kingdom for a bunch of shows, and then she’s back in the United States in late March and early April with shows alongside Liza Anne. –Evan Minsker

Torres: 2024 Tour

One can never be sure exactly what to expect from a Ty Segall show, especially here in the post–Freedom Band era. His sets can be electric and wild, acoustic and intimate, maybe a bit psychedelic. With his 2024 dates behind the new album Three Bells , you can likely expect him to lean into his prog rock impulses. After some West Coast dates in February, he’s heading across North America in April and May. –Evan Minsker

Ty Segall: US Tour ’23-’24

Tyler Childers

Kentucky’s Tyler Childers is a real champion of country music, honoring its history while expanding the genre’s palette and challenging the dominant attitudes of the industry’s principal players. Soon, he will play some of the biggest venues of his career on his Mule Pull Tour, including New York’s Madison Square Garden and Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. Hayes Carll, 49 Winchester, Sylvan Esso, and Allison Russell will join Childers at different stops of the U.S. run. –Allison Hussey

Tyler Childers: Mule Pull ’24 Tour

During a Super Bowl musically dominated by the long-awaited return of Rihanna, U2 shared a commercial featuring a baby’s face in an orb. That mystical child heralded the band’s Las Vegas shows, where they’ve performed their 1991 album, Achtung Baby , from September into the first months of 2024. U2:UV Achtung Baby Live at the Sphere marked the opening of the MSG Sphere at the Venetian, which seats 17,500. With Larry Mullen Jr. taking time away from the band to recover from surgery, Bram van den Berg is playing drums at the shows. In a statement accompanying the announcement, the Edge used the phrase “the beauty of the Sphere” (speaking of the venue and not the baby from the Super Bowl spot). –Evan Minsker

U2:UV Achtung Baby Live at Sphere

Wednesday—whose singer, Karly Hartzmann, has openly chronicled the hurdles for indie bands to break even on tour—take to the road again in early 2024, still revving the gas behind their shaggy triumph Rat Saw God . In October, Wednesday shared a deeper peek at their lives together with the half-hour documentary Rat Bastards of Haw Creek , directed by their longtime friend Zach Romeo. They’ll begin in their native North Carolina in January, playing dates with Hotline TNT and They Hate Change through the next month, followed by another springtime leg with Draag in the western half of the United States. –Allison Hussey

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Ethereal, hopeful, humble, powerful... just absolute ART. The show was focused on everyone, a celebration of culture, love, identities, and struggle. I love that she made it more about the group on stage as a whole than just her- Tons of stage presence nonetheless. Beautiful band, beautiful backup singers. The lighting was amazing and the stage was so well done and simple. Solange holds her own and I cannot wait to see her when she comes back. You can tell she was feeling it when she got down on the left side of the stage and started singing to us, beautiful moment that reminds me why I love going to live shows/concerts. Flying Lotus was an absolute trip as well. I wish she would've brought Kelela out on this date... Scales is such a beautiful song and I'd of loved to see it live with them two.

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Absolutely incredible!! Khalid was only my second concert ever and it has inspired me to see as many as I can. It felt like every song was played at 250% and it sounded incredible. The band was phenomenal and I could really feel the music. The crowd was happy and everyone was having a good time. I'd see him again if I could.

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Hands down the best live concert I've been to in a long time. The newest album is a dream to hear live and this was made even better by the Audio-Visual effects, which were amazing! The venue is a really great space with a stunning sound system and tech. at hand - but really the credit goes to a fantastic artist who performed amazingly. Most of the setlist was from his newest release, but his editing and remix of these tracks and sneak peeks of some newer tracks made it even better!

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HAIM delivered everything I expected at this show, and more! This band has so many different things going for it, that it is hard not to see them having a long successful career. As a matter of fact, in the music business of old, when there were not 10 zillion bands out there, HAIM would be playing arenas and probably making Fleetwood Mac kind of money…The Wiltern isn't the best sounding venue for sure, but HAIM overcame this and totally kicked ass, playing the tunes off of "DAYS ARE GONE" with passion and skill. As good as they all are, (and special kudos also to drummer Dash and keyboardist Tommy) it is hard not to focus on Danielle Haim and her major rock star charisma. It doesn't hurt that she rips it up on guitar and is a pretty kick ass drummer too…All in all, HAIM was amazing, and I would go back tonight if I could get a ticket...

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The. Best. Night. Of. My. Entire. Life. This was the second time for me to see Adele. Last time I was quite high up, this time I was in Golden Circle. The atmosphere was incredible, Adele made me feel like I was the only one there in a packed out stadium. The banter she has with her audience in hilarious, she includes everyone and t feels like you're hanging out with your best mate you've known for years. As for her songs, the emotion and passion she sings with is just so raw and heart warming, I cried so many tears. You can tell she has an absolute ball on stage and she has so many upbeat songs and the sass she has is unreal- it cracks me up every time! I feel so grateful to have been apart of this tour and so happy that Adele decided to share this experience with every single one of us. I hope she has the most relaxing break with her family and hope she knows we'll always be here for her whenever/ if she decides to come back. Xx

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They say perfection doesn't exist, well that's wrong when it comes to Arcade Fire. The show was perfect, almost surreal- definitely the concert of the year by far. The set list on the Wednesday show was as of it was made for me, playing songs I never thought I would hear live, it was an emotional experience. The lighting, costumes, music transitions, props was amazing, and the boxing type ring stage was incredibly clever, allowing them to be closer to the fans and yet providing a different show on every side. Words can't explain what I felt during and after the concert, it was playful, clever, emotional, energetic- Such an amazing band, I'm so glad I found them- I don't know how I was alive before finding them. They have such an incredible stage presence, I really truly recommend seeing them if you have the chance- they unite all ages and create magic and unity.

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Artists Who Are Going On Tour In 2024: The Rolling Stones, Drake, Olivia Rodrigo & More

The year is just getting started, but 2024 is already stacked with exciting tours. Open up your calendar and start planning with this sprawling list of announced 2024 tours.

Just a couple of years ago, live music still looked uncertain — would variant X, Y or Z derail the train for the umpteenth time? But in that regard, 2023 felt almost totally in the clear — and that's why it feels like the rubber band is stretched back for 2024, and it's ready to launch.

Sure, compiling every musical act who's touring in 2024 might be impossible. But GRAMMY.com's stylistic purview is far and wide: country, hardcore, soul, R&B, rap, indie rock, you name it. As such, we're giving it our best shot — and will continue to update the list as more tours are announced.

Without further ado, here's a major cross section of the 2024 touring landscape as currently announced — from Alvvays to Adam Ant , from Def Leppard to Danny Brown.

Laura Pausini : Laura Pausini World Tour Jan. 6 - April 6 North & Latin America

Italian singer (and the Latin Recording Academy's Person Of The Year) Laura Pausini is venturing through North & Latin America in the spring.

Slowdive Jan. 16 - May 18 U.S., Asia & Europe

The reunited shoegaze greats just released a well-loved new album, everything is alive — which is currently taking on new shades onstage. See them in 2024, on an extensive tour of Europe with Japan dates, and then a plethora of U.S. stops.

Madison Beer : The Spinnin Tour Jan. 17 - June 13 UK, Europe, & U.S.

The pop, hip-hop, EDM, and R&B star released Silence Between Songs in 2023; she'll support it with The Spinnin Tour, which heads stateside from Europe across the spring of 2024.

Drake with J.Cole : It's All A Blur - Big As The What? Jan. 18 - March 27 U.S.

Hip-hop kingpins Drake and J. Cole are headed on a co-headlining tour; some Drake gigs will be J.-Cole-less.

Ana Tijoux Jan. 18 - April 13 North America, UK, & Europe

Chilean musician Ana Tijoux hasn't undergone a world tour since 2018, but she's about to change that with a run of European gigs following the release of VIDA , her first album in several years. .

Melanie Martinez Jan. 19 - June 27 North America, Asia & Australia

Alt-popper Melanie Martinez will segue her PORTALS Tour into The Trilogy Tour, which will see her revive her alter ego "Cry Baby." See her, in this persona, in the U.S. and across the pond.

Mitski Jan. 26 - June 6 UK, Europe, & U.S.

Fresh off the release of The Land is Inhospitable and So Are We , Mitski has announced a jaunt across North America with Tamino, Sunny War, Julia Jacklin , and Sarah Kinsley.

Gloria Trevi: Mi Soundtrack World Tour Jan. 26 - Sept. 22 U.S.

Known as the "Supreme Diva of Mexican Pop," Gloria Trevi is embarking on a world tour to top off the year, as she has recently announced the first leg.

Tinashe : BB/ANG3L U.S. Tour Jan. 31 - Feb. 15 U.S.

Actress, dancer and singer Tinashe will support her new album, BB/ANG3L , with a run of mostly East Coast dates.

Militarie Gun Jan. 31 - June 1 North America

Fresh off a tour with Scowl, hardcore-adjacent, brilliantly melodic punks Militarie Gun continue their rise with a 2024 North American tour.

Mariah The Scientist: To Be Eaten Alive Tour Feb. 1 - May 4 UK, Europe, & U.S.

R&B favorite Mariah the Scientist has been raring to return to the stage: "I miss hearing my fans scream my lyrics at the top of their lungs. I miss seeing all their faces," Mariah told Rolling Stone . "I miss all the different cities. To my fans, I miss us. I'm so ready to eat you alive." She'll be in Europe and the U.S.

Marc Anthony : Viviendo Tour Feb. 9 - March 9 North America

Latin and Salsa star Marc Anthony can't hide his excitement for his upcoming tour: "See you in 2024 with many moments to write about," Mark shared in his Instagram tour announcement. "We are going to live nights like no other."

Juanes : Vida Cotidiana World Tour Feb. 13 - March 30 North America

In support of his Vida Cotidiana album, Colombian rock legend Juanes is making stops around North America to celebrate the project.

Los Angeles Azules : El Amor de mi Vida Tour Feb. 13 - April 20 U.S.

Marking their epic return to the United States, the Cumbia sibling group are kicking off their tour in support of their upcoming album —which is set to be released this year.

Jon Batiste : UNEASY Tour Feb. 16 - April 27 U.S.

Five-time GRAMMY winner and 20-time nominee Jon Batiste isn't known as a traditional touring act — extemporaneous solo performances and orchestral works tend to be his jam. That's what makes his upcoming North American tour so enticing — how will this consummate shape-shifter approach the headline-touring model?

Chelsea Cutler : The Beauty Is Everywhere Tour Feb. 16 - March 30 North America

Singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, and engineer Chelsea Cutler has revealed a 2024 headline tour titled The Beauty Is Everywhere Tour, in support of her new album Stellaria .

Red Hot Chili Peppers : Unlimited Love Tour Feb. 17 - July 30 North America

The veteran rockers are still supporting 2022's Unlimited Love and Return of the Dream Canteen ; in 2024, they'll go out with Kid Cudi , Ice Cube , Ken Carson, Otoboke Beaver, Seun Kuti , Wand, and Irontom.

PinkPantheress: Capable of Love Tour Feb. 20 - April 30 North America, UK & Europe

The TikTok sensation turned pop phenomenon will head out on her Capable of Love Tour, following the release of her debut album Heaven Knows . Rising artists Bktherula and Kanii will join her.

Niall Horan Feb. 21 - July 31 North America, Europe, & Australia

The Irish singer/songwriter has announced "THE SHOW" LIVE ON TOUR 2024 – his biggest tour yet and first headline run since 2018's Flicker world tour.

Bad Bunny - Most Wanted Tour Feb. 21 - May 26 U.S.

Bad Bunny's Most Wanted Tour will take him across 47 dates across North America — including three shows in Los Angeles, Chicago and New York.

Olivia Rodrigo : 2024 Tour Feb. 23 - Aug. 14 UK, Europe, & U.S.

Olivia Rodrigo will make a jaunt around the world with support from the Breeders, Chappell Roan and Pink Pantheress.

Sampha : North America 2024 Tour Feb. 23 - April 14 North America & Australia

South London singer/songwriter Sampha recently released a music video for "Can't Go Back," from his new album, Lahai . With it come North American dates for 2024.

Mon Laferte : Autopoiética Tour Feb. 29 - June 2 U.S. & Latin America

Chilean artist Mon Laferte's new album, Autopoiética , has been released to a clamorous response. In 2024, she'll bring the music across Latin America and the U.S.

Idles Feb. 29 - Dec. 7 North America, UK, & Europe

The purveyors of wild-eyed rock have extended their previously announced 2024 international tour with new dates across North America, Mexico, the UK, and Ireland.

Styx & Foreigner : Renegades & Juke Box Heroes Tour March 1 - Nov. 9 North America

Don't miss this classic rock heroes together, for the last time ever. Check out dates, along with heartfelt statements from both bands.

Nicki Minaj : Pink Friday 2 Tour March 1 - June 7 UK, Europe, & U.S.

The Harajuku Barbie is back with a new album, Pink Friday 2 , which landed Dec. 8. How will tunes like "Super Freaky Girl" and "Last Time I Saw You" translate to the stage? Don't miss her North American and European tour , which stretches from late March to early June.

Danny Brown: Quaranta '24 Tour March 3 - April 14 North America

The idiosyncratic MC is riding high off the release of his introspective new album, Quaranta . He's heading across North America in support of it.

Don Omar March 7 - April 21 North America

The reggaeton pioneer has announced he will be back in arenas in 2024 and bringing fans "Back to Reggaeton," a 20-date trek across North America that spans the artist's decades-long career.

Judas Priest : Invisible Shield Tour March 11 - May 22 Europe, UK, & U.S.

Metal titans Judas Priest are still going strong; they just announced a Spring 2024 U.S. tour with supporting act abaton.

Busta Rhymes March 13 - April 21 North America

Rap heavyweight Busta Rhymes has announced his Blockbusta Tour, which will bring him across the U.S. and Canada starting in March.

Tim McGraw : 2024 Standing Room Only Tour March 14 - June 27 U.S.

The country great's upcoming jaunt kicks off on March 14 and will stop through more than 40 cities. Carly Pearce will be a special guest.

Bleachers: From The Studio To The Stage March 19 - June 15 U.S. & UK

In late spring and early summer 2024, the Jack Antonoff -led rockers are hitting the road in support of their self-titled new album, which arrives March 8.

Tyla March 21 - May 28 UK, Europe, & U.S.

The unstoppable, GRAMMY-nominated R&B, amapiano singer Tyla will venture across the UK and Europe in spring 2024.

Adam Ant : ANTMUSIC Tour March 21 - May 11 U.S.

English post-punk and new wave legend Adam Ant is headed out on his ANTMUSIC tour, his first U.S. trek in five years. The day after it wraps up, he'll appear at the Cruel World 2024 festival.

The Slackers April 4 - April 14 North America

The revered, long-time purveyors of ska, reggae, dub and more have announced a spring tour across the US and Canada.

Alvvays : US Spring Tour 2024 April 4 - Aug. 8 North America, UK, & Europe

The indie darlings will traverse the United States in April and May, then head to Europe in late June for festival dates.

Tate Mcrae : Think Later World Tour April 17 - Nov 21 North America, UK, Europe, & Australia

Multi-platinum singer/songwriter Tate McRae will support her second album, THINK LATER , with a world tour in 2024.

The Rolling Stones : Hackney Diamonds Tour April 18 - July 17 North America

If the Rolling Stones ' secret NYC show with Lady Gaga was any indication, the Stones' stadium run around Hackney Diamonds — their first album of new material in 18 years — will be one for the books. For now, only stateside shows have been announced, but keep your eyes peeled for an expansion.

Hozier : Unreal Unearth Tour April 20 - Sept. 17 U.S.

Singer/songwriter Hozier is undertaking a headline tour of the UK and Ireland next summer, supporting his third album Unreal Unearth .

Alanis Morissette with Joan Jett and the Blackhearts : Triple Moon Tour June 9 - Aug. 10 North America

Two female pioneers are hitting the road, with special guest Morgan Wade. See where they're heading in the U.S. and Canada.

Pink : Summer Carnival Tour 2024 June 11 - Nov. 23 North America, UK, & Europe

Pink will continue to support her new album Trustfall with her Summer Carnival tour, which returns to North America in 2024. 

The Killers June 12 - July 11 UK & Ireland

The Killers have reached that stage where they're looking back on the hits. Following the recent release of their best-of compilation album Rebels Diamonds , shout along at these UK and Ireland dates .

Def Leppard , Journey , Steve Miller : 2024 Summer Stadium Tour July 6 - Sept. 8 U.S.

More oldies favorites, banding together for a U.S. stadium tour in 2024: Def Leppard and Journey will be near you soon. In select markets, Heart and Cheap Trick will also appear.

Earth Wind & Fire and Chicago : Heart & Soul Tour 2024 July 10 - Sept. 7 U.S.

These retro, AOR favorites are hitting the road together for the Heart & Soul Tour 2024, including an encore with both bands on stage. Check out the North American dates.

Sepultura : Farewell Tour Oct. 30 - Nov. 23 UK & Europe

The Brazilian metal heroes are calling it quits — but not before a final trek, just in time for their 40th anniversary.

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Olivia Rodrigo Releases 'Guts (Spilled)' Deluxe Edition: Listen To New Song "So American" & Watch The "Obsessed" Music Video

In the midst of her headlining arena tour, Olivia Rodrigo delivered an extended version of her second album, 'GUTS.' Hear new song "so american" from 'GUTS (spilled)' below, along with four previously vinyl-only tracks.

Seven months after Olivia Rodrigo unleashed her highly anticipated second studio album, she spilled her GUTS even further on March 22: GUTS (spilled) deluxe edition is here.

Rodrigo diehards may know four of the five deluxe tracks, which were previously only available on vinyl editions of GUTS : "obsessed," "stranger," "scared of my guitar," and "girl i've always been." But the deluxe version doesn't come without an unreleased track — the fifth, "so american," is brand new, and closes out GUTS (spilled) .

"Obsessed" even got the video treatment, with the official music video dropping at the same time as the deluxe album. Therein, she’s the black sheep among a litany of pageant queens, representing exes: Rodrigo’s sash reads " Miss Right Now. " The chorus — " I’m so obsessed with your ex! " detonates with a full rock band.

Rodrigo will even be able to celebrate the arrival of GUTS (spilled) with fans, too. The GUTS World Tour stops Columbus, Ohio, on March 22 — almost exactly a month after it launched in Thousand Palms, California, on Feb. 23 . As of press time, the tour (which marks Rodrigo's first headlining arena trek) will feature 77 shows across North America and Europe; it wraps with four nights at Los Angeles' Kia Forum on Aug. 13, 14, 16, and 17.

Before the tour began, GUTS helped Rodrigo earn six more GRAMMY nominations . In addition to a nod for Album Of The Year, the pop-punk princess received nominations for Record Of The Year, Song Of The Year, and Best Pop Solo Performance for "Vampire," Best Rock Song for "Ballad of a Homeschooled Girl," and Best Pop Vocal Album.

Prior to the 2024 GRAMMYs, Rodrigo was already a three-time winner, taking home Best New Artist, Best Pop Vocal Album ( SOUR ) and Best Pop Solo Performance ("drivers license") in 2022.

Listen to GUTS (spilled) below, watch the "Obsessed" video above, and keep checking back for news about Olivia Rodrigo!

5 Lessons Olivia Rodrigo Learned On 'GUTS'

Olivia Rodrigo performs at the 2024 GUTS World Tour

4 Ways Olivia Rodrigo's GUTS World Tour Shows A New Side Of The Pop Princess

Olivia Rodrigo not only boasts a luminous performance on her first-ever arena tour, but also showcases an undiluted moment of self-expression.

Since releasing her debut single three years ago, Olivia Rodrigo has not shown any signs of slowing down. And with a sold-out arena tour underway, the three-time GRAMMY winner is keeping that momentum going in awe-inspiring fashion.

As the GUTS World Tour — Rodrigo's first headlining arena trek — kicked off at Palm Springs' Acrisure Arena on Feb. 23, the pop star immersed fans with a dedicated space to examine the moments when you feel unpretty, never have the perfect perfume, or can't help being unapologetically feral. Blooming under a full, Pisces moon, Olivia Rodrigo's luminous performance marked an undiluted moment of self-expression. 

Toeing the line between fragile girlhood and brutal adulthood, Rodrigo was unafraid to embrace the Olivia who once was and who is becoming. And as a result, she unleashed a fresh, freer side of herself — one she's ready to share with the world.

Below, read through four ways Olivia Rodrigo's Guts World Tour unveiled a liberated version of the chart-topping superstar.

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She's Unafraid To Celebrate Herself

What makes Rodrigo's GUTS Tour magnificent is it's less about the finer details — like massive sets or onstage collaborations — and more so about her journey since her rise to fame. Rodrigo's honest examination of herself was refreshingly lethal in the zeitgeist of pop music's increasingly formulaic state. In 90 minutes, the show's comparably straightforward set list made sure the album's focus on autonomy was central, woven with her simultaneously intimate and acute insights. 

At the start of the show, the backdrop displayed perfectly arranged lit candles spelling out her album's title. Before singing "teenage dream," she proclaimed, "I just turned 21!" (her birthday was Feb. 20). "I'm really f—cking excited about it. I went to the gas station the other day and bought a pack of cigarettes!" As she fervently played the piano, she reminisced about writing the song, noting that she penned it ahead of her last birthday as a teenager, "when I was really afraid of growing up," she admitted to the crowd. 

All throughout her melodic existential crisis, a video of her younger self was projected onto the screen. She ended the song with an audio of herself as a child, someone off camera asking her to introduce herself; it was so emblematic of the blitheness youth often brings. And though she recently celebrated a young adult milestone, it was still rather jarring to hear her youthful voice deliver the track's heavy lyrics. 

The next two songs served up a mix of painful vulnerability and complete release. Some of the most painful sentiments of GUTS ' "pretty isn't pretty" — "I started to skip lunch, stopped eating cake on birthdays," for one — were the lines the audience most enthusiastically sang along to. After hefty musings, it made perfect sense for her to transition to "love is embarrassing," where she allowed herself to let loose. Prancing around on stage, she held up a big "L" to her forehead before laughing and stomping out flailing choreography. The track ended with all of her backup dancers bent over, shimmying their derrieres as Rodrigo sent a shimmering wink to showgoers.

Rodrigo allowed seriousness and silliness to exist simultaneously, and it was clear that every single person in the crowd felt heard. It made the night all the more special, knowing even a star whose impact is nearly immeasurable can also "feel like s—" on their birthday — and it was entirely ok . 

Olivia Rodrigo at the 2024 GUTS World Tour

* Olivia Rodrigo at the opening night of the GUTS World Tour on Feb. 23 | Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Acrisure Arena *

She's Signaling Her Evolution While Honoring Her Past

Fans who have known Rodrigo since her starring role in the Disney Channel series Bizaardvark have met many iterations of Olivia Rodrigo: The one who made palatable Disney Channel music, the one breaking ground with her sound, the one unafraid to embrace her pop-punk propensity. The show underscored her evolution as an artist, while being unafraid to make references to her past. 

She unabashedly looked back to past Olivia in a quietly powerful performance of "All I Want," a track she wrote when starring on Disney+'s "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series." Despite the glamour of her propelling fame, Rodrigo absolutely refused to be anybody but herself throughout her time on the show. "I was literally peeing my pants on the set" while demonstrating her lyrics to the showrunners, she professes, laughing and shaking her head as she sat on the ground, with nothing but a guitar player backing her silken vocals.  

It was a decidedly striking move to reference her squeakier past in a more simplistic form — especially because, as the concert progressed, her performance only became more and more complex and risqué. In a daring act, the dazzling purple backdrop ignited as fallen candles virtually burned everything in sight and, through the ashes, emerged something a bit darker. Now clad in a bold, red jumpsuit, Rodrigo delivered the GUTS hidden track "obsessed" while balanced on top of a glass floor, thrusting her hips into the air and screaming into the backdrop. 

Though her vocal delivery was nearly identical to the studio versions of her songs, what made the show all the more mesmerizing was how deeply she felt each and every one of her lines. Even more so than her vulnerability, the fury Rodrigo fully embraced throughout the show was perhaps one of the most freeing aspects of it. 

Snatching her purple guitar with unhindered passion, she whipped her hair and fell to the floor while thrumming along to "brutal," to match her guitarist beat-for-beat in intensity. In another audacious move, Rodrigo even grabbed a drumstick out of her drummer's hand and began whacking the drums as well, throwing the stick into the air after the final beat. 

During an almost-required lyric change on "all american b—," she sang she's grabbing her "all-American tits" rather than just her "all-American hips," — which, of course, necessitated an aggressive chest clench. In one of the most memorable moments of the night, Rodrigo asked the crowd to think of someone who "really pisses them off" and commanded everyone to scream as loud as they could. Shutting off the lights, the arena was filled with nothing but raw yodels and screams into the void — and it was glorious. 

As the stakes have gradually become higher and higher, Rodrigo's performances came down to something easily decipherable: shameless joy with a side of defiance. 

Chappell Roan at the 2024 GUTS World Tour

* Chappell Roan at the opening night of the GUTS World Tour on Feb. 23 | Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Acrisure Arena *

She's Highlighting Diverse Talent Front & Center

Rodrigo's choice of supporting acts further display her understanding of dynamic artistry, as buzzing pop and indie acts Chappell Roan , The Breeders, PinkPantheress and Remi Wolf will rotate through the opening slot. Roan is support for the first stretch, and her set underscored the meaning of a true pop princess in the making. 

Delivering flawless vocals and addicting charisma, Roan proved she knows how to serve a memorable performance. As she skipped through the stage and clutched her guitarist while hitting an immaculate high note during "My Kink Is Karma," it was clear that Roan is ready for her arrival as pop royalty. 

Nothing about her performance screamed rookie; if anything, it was a masterclass in how to take up space. When she belted, "Oh mama, I'm just having fun on the stage in my heels. It's where I belong!" from the outstanding single "Pink Pony Club," she jumped into the air, pure bliss emanating all the way from head to her sparkly, silver boot-clad toes.

Olivia Rodrigo at the 2024 GUTS World Tour

Her Community Of Fans Is Unmatched — And She's Here For It

Despite what was going on onstage, Rodrigo's show made it clear that her authenticity has helped her build quite the loyal following. Along with scream-singing the majority of the set list, fans were dressed to the nines, some adorning elaborate recreations of her music video and performance outfits. 

Her fellow Pisces were celebrating their birthdays, wearing Olivia Rodrigo-themed sashes — some turning 13, some 30. All around the arena, fans ran up to one another wishing each other happy birthdays, asking how the other made a certain outfit. Bows, à la Sandy Liang, were sprinkled throughout the crowd, and even became an integral part of Rodrigo's choreography during "lacy." 

At the surface, it's easy to dismiss Rodrigo's fandom — especially given her more sanitized, mainstream roots in the industry. Navigating through the crowd, you would hear disgruntled murmurs from security staff, dismissing everyone as just "an annoying group of 14 year old girls" — despite the diversity the audience actually boasted. 

Despite it all, Rodrigo became a beacon of acceptance. Suspended above the audience on a crescent moon during GUTS ' "logical" and SOUR 's "enough for you" — one of the more poignant moments of the show — she took the time to shout out and get closer to those in the nosebleed sections. "I see you!" she belted out, later taking the time to shine the camera on cute couples and exquisite ensembles during her set. Those three words are precisely why Rodrigo's music has such wide appeal — she speaks to those who have felt easily discarded, like they were too much, too loud, too brash. 

The night ended with star-shaped confetti floating down to the crowd after a buoyant performance of "get him back!" As the clean-up crew unleashed industrial sized vacuums on the streamers, young fans scrambled about, giggling as they tried to grab as many as possible to bring home, some sticking them in their hair as they leapt about the emptying arena. 

Olivia Rodrigo's superpower is her acute ability to make these painful feelings of girlhood feel so uniting. In between the heartbreak and growing pains is this ephemeral moment of unguarded joy, and she brought it all to the GUTS World Tour. 

2024 GRAMMYs: Watch Olivia Rodrigo Bleed Her Soul Dry With Dramatic "Vampire" Performance

Rihanna Songbook Hero

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Songbook: The Ultimate Guide To Rihanna's Reign, From Her Record-Breaking Hits To Unforgettable Collabs

As the world eagerly awaits Rihanna's musical comeback, GRAMMY.com takes a deep dive into the superstar's catalog and celebrates her evolution from teen idol to beloved icon.

A chance meeting changed Rihanna 's life.

The singer was just 15 years old when she met producer Evan Rogers, who was vacationing with his wife in Barbados. Rogers recognized Rihanna's potential, and invited her to an audition in his hotel suite. 

Shortly after her 16th birthday, Rihanna left her home country for the U.S. to record a demo, which included her breakthrough hit "Pon de Replay." The demo found its way into Jay-Z 's hands, and Hov signed the teen artist to Def Jam and the label expedited her 2005 debut album, aptly titled Music of the Sun .

"When I left Barbados, I didn't look back," Rihanna told Entertainment Weekly in 2007. "I wanted to do what I had to do [to succeed], even if it meant moving to America." 

Twenty years later, Rihanna is a renowned entertainer-turned-mogul. She has sold over 40 million albums worldwide, garnered over 12 billion Spotify streams, achieved 14 Billboard Hot 100 chart-toppers, and won nine GRAMMY Awards. Even her business ventures have been a massive success, as her Fenty Beauty brand is worth $2.8 billion.

Though it's been close to a decade since Rihanna's last studio album, 2016's ANTI , she reminded the world of her reign with her 2023 Super Bowl halftime show — which also marked her first time taking the stage in five years. Performing hit after hit while unveiling a baby bump, her 13-minute set became one of the most-watched halftime shows of all time with over 121 million viewers. 

In honor of Rihanna's 36th birthday on Feb. 20, GRAMMY.com is revisiting the monstrous hits, ambitious projects, brow-raising visuals, and iconic collabs that propelled her to international stardom — and why it's all put her in a league of her own.

A New Island Girl In Town

True to her Carribean heritage, Rihanna's dancehall-inspired debut single "Pon de Replay" earned the then 17-year-old Barbados native her first entry on the Hot 100 at an impressive No. 2. Her official introduction to the world also hit No. 1 on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart; she boasts 33 on the tally, second behind only the Queen of Pop herself, Madonna .

Follow-up single "If It's Lovin' That You Want" stalled at No. 36 on the Hot 100, but still whetted fans' appetite — as did her debut album, Music of the Sun , which is mostly comprised of dance-pop and dancehall tracks with hints of R&B (like "Willing to Wait"). Plus, her reimagining of Dawn Penn's 1994 reggae classic "You Don't Love Me (No, No, No)" is still so fun to listen to after all these years.

A mere eight months later, Rihanna's sophomore effort, 2006's A Girl Like Me , arrived to an eager audience. Defying the sophomore slump, she celebrated her first No. 1 with the ubiquitous lead single "SOS," which famously samples Soft Cell's 1981 hit, "Tainted Love." While A Girl Like Me is filled with high-energy, danceable tracks (including the nostalgic "Break It Off" with Sean Paul ), Rihanna's second single was the melodramatic ballad "Unfaithful." 

Penned by then-labelmate Ne-Yo , "Unfaithful" peaked at No. 6 on the Hot 100. More importantly, it showed a different side to Rihanna, proving that she could channel deep emotion when the performance calls for it. It also marked Rihanna's first time veering away from her "girl next door" image, as the song's subject matter deals with infidelity.

A Girl Like Me contains many fan favorites, from the laid-back "We Ride" to standouts "Dem Haters" and "Kisses Don't Lie." The latter is a reggae-rock hybrid that sounds like a catalyst for some of Rihanna's edgier tunes like "Breakin' Dishes" from 2007's Good Girl Gone Bad era. Touching ballads"Final Goodbye" and "A Million Miles Away" showcase her voice beautifully, foreshadowing later big-vocal numbers like "Love on the Brain."

An Icon In The Making

Rihanna was a familiar face by 2007, but with the arrival of her third studio album, Good Girl Gone Bad , she graduated from cookie-cutter pop star to bonafide icon.

Produced by Tricky Stewart , the LP's juggernaut lead single "Umbrella" featuring Jay-Z skyrocketed to No. 1 in 17 countries. Between striking images of Rihanna's silver-painted silhouette in the accompanying video and the now-iconic "ella-ella, eh, eh, eh" hook, "Umbrella" thrust the then 19-year-old into another stratosphere. Her confident delivery also commanded attention in a way fans and critics hadn't heard before.

The transformative era also birthed the gritty "Shut Up and Drive," on which Rihanna channels her inner rock star. The next two singles cracked the top 10: an affectionate duet with Ne-Yo,  "Hate That I Love You," which showed off Rihanna's softer side, and the party-starting, Michael Jackson -sampling "Don't Stop the Music," which cemented her place in the digital era. 

The melancholy "Rehab" is a clever metaphor for lost love, co-written by Timbaland and Justin Timberlake . Despite being Good Girl Gone Bad 's lowest-charting single, Timberlake heralded the song as "the bridge for her to be accepted as an adult in the music industry."

Good Girl Gone Bad remains Rihanna's best-selling album and marks her greatest reinvention as she adopted a more rebellious sound. She also won her first GRAMMY in 2008 (Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for "Umbrella") and scored four other nominations, including Record Of The Year. The album's reissue spawned two more No. 1s: "Take a Bow" and "Disturbia," the latter of which acts like a prelude to Rated R , which saw Rihanna exploring darker themes.

Nine months before the release of 2009's Rated R , Rihanna was assaulted by then-boyfriend Chris Brown . On the deeply personal album, she translated her pain into art. Through lead single "Russian Roulette" and bitingly catchy anthems "Stupid in Love," "Fire Bomb," "Photographs," "Cold Case Love," and "The Last Song," Rihanna explored her angst and confusion.

But to focus solely on the domestic violence incident undermines Rihanna's artistic vision. 

Following three multi-platinum albums in a three-year span, Rihanna's rebranding as a rebel at heart reached its apex. The singer had grown in leaps and bounds while taking musical risks, even penning nine of Rated R 's 13 tracks (she had no writing credits on Good Girl Gone Bad ).

The road to Rihanna's most badass anthems — including "Bitch Better Have My Money" — can be traced back to Rated R . Case in point: Her bravado is loud and clear on "Hard," "Wait Your Turn," and "G4L." On "Rockstar 101," which features legendary rocker Slash , Rihanna declares her power: "Six inch walker/ Big sh— talker/ I never play the victim/ I'd rather be a stalker."

Badgal RiRi returned to her dancehall roots on her fifth No. 1 "Rude Boy," which offsets the album's harrowing motif. Final single "Te Amo" didn't chart, but garnered a great deal of attention as the Latin-infused Stargate production depicts Rihanna being enticed by a female love interest. 

Rated R showcased Rihanna's undeniable star power, and allowed her to shed her good-girl image once and for all.

A Partygoer's Dream

Following the career-pivoting Rated R , 2010's Loud offered a welcome return to the West Indian artist's earlier sound. The album feels like one big celebration of life, as evidenced by Rihanna's fire-engine red hair and No. 1 singles "Only Girl (In the World)" and "What's My Name?" (the latter of which was Rih's first collaboration with Drake ).

Best described as "Don't Stop the Music" 2.0, the effervescent "Only Girl" marked her eminent return to the dance floor and took home a GRAMMY for Best Dance Recording in 2011. While "What's My Name?" may not outshine Rih and Drizzy's other collabs — including 2011's "Take Care" or 2016's "Work" — the second she sings, "Hey, boy, I really wanna see if you can go downtown with a girl like me," it's impossible not to whine your waist to the riddim.

Easily one of Rihanna's most overlooked hits, "Cheers (Drink to That)" is built around an unexpected sample of Avril Lavigne 's 2002 hit "I'm With You," but it works surprisingly well as a party anthem. That same carefree spirit can be heard in the feminist track "Raining Men," which features Nicki Minaj — their first of two collabs, as they joined forces again for "Fly," the final single off the rapper's iconic Pink Friday album. 

A playful ode to sadomasochism and bondage, "S&M" contains some of Rihanna's most provocative lyrics: "Sticks and stones may break my bones/ But chains and whips excite me," she declares on the chorus. 

Banned in 11 countries upon its release, the accompanying video features Rihanna tied up in pink rope, dancing with a blowup doll, and donning a Playboy bunny-esque costume as damning newsreels about herself flash across the screen. But Rihanna's love of kink made her an even bigger star: "S&M" produced a remix with Britney Spears and earned Rihanna her 10th No. 1 single. With this feat, she became the youngest artist to attain the most chart-toppers in a five-year span.

On "Man Down," Rihanna's patois is in full effect as she takes listeners through a gripping tale about murdering her abuser. "What started out as a simple altercation/ Turned into a real sticky situation," she laments in the opening verse, amplified by siren noises in the background. There's something so satisfying about Rihanna's Bajan accent as she unfurls "Rum-pum-pum-pum" repeatedly over an intensifying reggae beat that would make Sister Nancy and Bob Marley proud.

Nominated for Album Of The Year at the 2021 GRAMMYs, Loud is Rihanna's second most commercially successful LP — and for good reason. It was especially refreshing to see Rihanna emerge from one of the darkest periods of her life as exuberant as ever.

An Unapologetic Queen

Sonically and thematically, Talk That Talk doesn't break new ground, but Rih's DGAF attitude is front and center with plenty of sexual innuendos: Songs like "S&M" and "Rude Boy" seem pretty tame next to "Cockiness (Love It)," which features longtime friend-turned-boyfriend A$AP Rocky on its remix. "Suck my cockiness/ Lick my persuasion/ Eat my poison/ And swallow your pride down, down," she commands in the tantalizing chorus.

At just over a minute long, "Birthday Cake" leaves nothing to the imagination ("It's not even my birthday, but he wanna lick the icing off"). Rihanna controversially released a full-length version in the form of a remix with Chris Brown.

On an album that mostly sees Rihanna singing about her sexual fantasies, "We All Want Love" pulls back the curtain as it reveals her desire for true love: "And some say love ain't worth the buck/ But I'll give my last dime/ To have what I've only been dreaming about." 

Her longing continues in "Where Have You Been," which flaunts Rihanna's versatility, flipping Geoff Mack's 1959 country song "I've Been Everywhere" into an infectious EDM banger. Lead single "We Found Love" is undeniably the biggest hit to stem from the Talk That Talk era, spending 10 consecutive weeks atop the Hot 100. 

Boosting Calvin Harris ' career, "We Found Love" presents one juxtaposition after the other: dark yet gleaming, euphoric yet sobering, fraught yet hopeful. Rihanna relies on more than just evocative lyrics to tell her story; accompanying synthesizers and alarm bells help to paint a picture as well. Met with controversy, its intense visuals portraying a drug-fueled, toxic relationship — and featuringwhat many speculated was a Chris Brown look-alike — earned RiRi a GRAMMY for Best Long Form Music Video in 2013.

Seven years into an already extraordinary career, 2012's Unapologetic became Rihanna's first album to debut at No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart. Its lead single "Diamonds" resonated in an equally major way, giving Rih her 12th No. 1 on the Hot 100.

Written by Sia , the power ballad kicked off another exciting era for the Barbadian singer, who unleashes an impassioned vocal performance. One of Rihanna's most precious offerings to date, "Diamonds" emerged as a self-love mantra due to its uplifting "Shine bright like a diamond" chant.

Vocally, Rihanna's strength lies in her ability to evoke raw emotion à la "Stay." Featuring Mikky Ekko , the stripped-down, slow-burning piano ballad narrowly missed the top spot on the Hot 100 but gave Rihanna her 24th top 10 hit, surpassing Whitney Houston 's record of 23 in 2013.

Her swagger is boisterous in "Phresh Out the Runway," "Jump," and strip club anthem "Pour It Up," but "Nobody's Business" really drives home the album's theme of being unbothered. Her decision to join forces with Chris Brown yet again perplexed fans and critics alike, though the track itself is an irresistible production that features a genius interpolation of Michael Jackson's "The Way You Make Me Feel."

Further down the track list, "Love Without Tragedy / Mother Mary" is as autobiographical as it gets, and further taps into Rihanna's emotionally vulnerable side. "Mr. Jesus, I'd love to be a queen/ But I'm from the left side of an island/ Never thought this many people would even know my name," she pleads in the seven-minute two-parter.

Unapologetic spawned fewer hit singles compared to Rihanna's previous efforts. Its win for Best Urban Contemporary Album at the 2014 GRAMMYs, however, proved that Rihanna's reign wasn't letting up anytime soon.

While recording her then-forthcoming album, ANTI , Rihanna delivered what is arguably the single most unapologetic moment of her career: "Bitch Better Have My Money." The backstory is almost inconceivable given Rihanna's awe-inspiring billionaire status, but in 2009, Rihanna faced bankruptcy due to her accountants mishandling her funds — and thus "Bitch" was born six years later in 2015.

With lyrics like "Your wife in the backseat of my brand new foreign car" over a cryptic-sounding trap beat and an accompanying video depicting kidnapping and torturing her debtors, "Bitch" is not for the faint-hearted. The one-off single is so quintessentially Rihanna that it notably kicked off her Super Bowl halftime show.

An In-Demand Collaborator

While bestowing hit after hit on her own, Rihanna generously lent her distinct voice to some of her biggest peers. 2008 marks one of the earliest instances of her Midas touch: She flirts with funk in Maroon 5 's underappreciated "If I Never See Your Face Again" before hopping on T.I .'s "Live Your Life," which shot straight to No. 1 on the Hot 100.

In 2009, Rihanna joined Jay-Z and Kanye West for the militant "Run This Town," sounding defiant as ever in the intro. She was called upon again for West's horn-laden "All of the Lights," flying solo on the hook followed by a star-studded choir that included Alicia Keys , John Legend , Fergie , and Elton John . Both larger-than-life productions won GRAMMYs for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration in 2010 and 2012, respectively.

In between joining forces with Hov and Ye, Rihanna assisted Eminem in "Love the Way You Lie," which struck a nerve with many for its gut-wrenching lyrics shedding a light on abusive relationships. (Rih recorded an equally moving sequel for her Loud album.) Three years later, the two confronted their inner demons in "The Monster," and their musical chemistry scored a GRAMMY in 2015 for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration.

Amid smash collabs, Rihanna and Coldplay 's intricate "Princess of China" number gets lost in the shuffle, but it speaks to her charm as it's the band's first album (2011's Mylo Xyloto ) to feature another artist. Another overlooked jam, her sultry "Can't Remember to Forget You" duet with Shakira sees both stars trade lines about struggling to let go of an undeserving lover.

On paper, a collaboration between Rihanna, Kanye West, and Sir Paul McCartney may seem strange, but the unlikely trio is further proof that opposites attract. Their "FourFiveSeconds" is a pop-folk hybrid with a universal message about carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders. It's yet another example of Rihanna's willingness to push past her comfort zone to create something unique.

A year later, Rihanna got listeners on their feet by way of the Taylor Swift -penned "This Is What You Came For" with Calvin Harris. Understated compared to the duo's previous megahits ("We Found Love" and "Where Have You Been"), Harris' signature DJing style and Rih's ethereal vocals are a perfect match.

In 2017, Rih, DJ Khaled and Bryson Tiller dropped the song of the summer with "Wild Thoughts," which heavily borrows from Carlos Santana 's 1999 GRAMMY-winning "Maria Maria." It may be DJ Khaled's song, but RiRi owns it from the very moment she utters, "I don't know if you could take it/ Know you wanna see me nakey, nakey, naked." The bop reached No. 2 on the Hot 100.

She spits bars in Kendrick Lamar 's "Loyalty" and "Lemon" with N.E.R.D. , the latter of which comes close to rivaling your favorite rappers' verses: "You can catch me, Rih, in the new La Ferrar'/ And the truck behind me got arms/ Yeah, longer than LeBron/ Just waitin' for my thumb like The Fonz."

No matter what genre Rihanna touches or what artist she links up with, she brings her full self to each session whilst completely immersing herself into the music — taking on different personas to make the collab well worth it.

An Artist Fully Realized

With 13 No. 1s and twice as many top 10 hits under her belt, Rihanna set out to create timeless music instead of chasing a radio-friendly formula with her 2016 magnum opus, ANTI .

But that shift began with 2015's criminally underrated "American Oxygen." Her most political statement at the time, the goosebump-inducing lyrics detail Rihanna's journey as an immigrant, foreshadowing her then soon-to-be massive Fenty Beauty success. "We sweat for a nickel and a dime/ Turn it into an empire," she sings in the chorus.

Released four years after Unapologetic — her longest gap between albums at the time — ANTI illustrated Rihanna's greater desire for quality over quantity. "I needed the music to match my growth," she told Vogue in 2016 about the making of ANTI . "I didn't want to get caught up with anything the world liked, anything the radio liked, anything that I liked, that I've already heard. I just wanted it to be me."

The black-and-white, red paint-splattered album cover signals a rebirth, featuring a real-life image of Rihanna as a child. ANTI lives up to its name in its first 40 seconds, via opening track "Consideration." The minute she declares, "I got to do things my own way, darling," it's apparent that ANTI is not your average Rihanna album.

Lead single "Work" is the closest to pre- ANTI Rihanna on an album that defies expectations. But the dancehall masterpiece is one of a kind for Rih's refusal to water down the Jamaican patois (different from her native language of Bajan Creole) — proving that she is fully aware of her impact as one of the biggest Caribbean-born artists to make it in the U.S.

Many non-understanding listeners described it as "gibberish" at the time. Yet, the general public didn't seem to mind: About a month after its release, "Work" became Rihanna's 14th and longest-running chart-topper on the Hot 100. Weeks later, ANTI became her second LP to top the Billboard 200 chart. Subsequently, Rihanna held the No. 1 spots on the Billboard 200 and Hot 100 simultaneously, her second time achieving such an impressive feat.

Read More: How Rihanna's "Work" Reinvigorated Dancehall

ANTI is full of pleasant surprises that show off her artistry. Rihanna comes out of left field with the Prince -inspired "Kiss It Better," the album's second single, which sees the superstar falling back on addictive sex that "feels like crack" to justify a destructive relationship. "Same Ol' Mistakes" is a cover of psychedelic rock band Tame Impala 's "New Person, Same Old Mistakes" — her first time remaking another artist's song for her own album since "You Don't Love Me (No, No, No)" on Music of the Sun . The Western-themed "Desperado" lends itself particularly well to covers by country artists, while the Dido -sampling "Never Ending" conveys the uncertainty she feels about entering a new relationship.

Elsewhere on ANTI , Rihanna drunk dials an ex ("Higher"), compares smoking weed to her lover ("James Joint"), and chastises a guy for getting emotionally attached after their fling ("Needed Me"). The latter song contains one of Rihanna's most empowering lyrics: "Didn't they tell you that I was a savage?/ F— ya white horse and ya carriage," she asserts in the pre-chorus.

Her voice sounds stronger than ever on "Love on the Brain," a doo-wop ballad resembling Etta James . But Rihanna makes it her own thanks to the bluntness of lines like "It beats me black and blue but it f— me so good."

The deep cuts on ANTI aren't merely fillers, and even rival some of the album's biggest hits. For instance, "Sex with Me" is featured on the deluxe edition as a bonus track, but managed to crack the Hot 100 at No. 83 and reach No. 8 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart. Furthermore, the deluxe edition consists of 16 tracks, half of which topped the Dance Club Songs chart — smashing the record (previously held by Katy Perry 's Teenage Dream ) for the most No. 1s from a single album.

Accolades aside, ANTI is proof that magic happens when an artist of Rihanna's caliber follows their own instincts in pursuit of creating a body of work — one that can outlast them and continue to inspire generations to come.

Ever since ANTI , Rihanna's devoted fanbase has been begging for a new album, with Rih playfully trolling them with responses like "I lost it" and Instagram captions that read, "Me listening to R9 by myself and refusing to release it."

Her much-awaited return to music came at the tail end of 2022. The hitmaker twice contributed to the GRAMMY-nominated Black Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack: "Born Again" and "Lift Me Up," the latter of which helped Rihanna score her first Oscar and Golden Globe nominations in 2022 and 2023, respectively. With the glorious "Lift Me Up," she found herself in the top 10 for the first time since 2017's "Wild Thoughts."

While the world is still anticipating her ninth studio album, Rihanna — now a mom of two boys — continues to make her own rules and move at her own pace. But as she's proven time and time again, it's always worth the wait.

The Rihanna Essentials: 15 Singles To Celebrate The Singer's Endless Pop Reign

Annie Lennox performs during the 66th GRAMMY Awards

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Watch All The Performances From The 2024 GRAMMYs: Tracy Chapman & Luke Combs, Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo & More

The 66th GRAMMY Awards were full of memorable moments and incredible performances. Relive Music's Biggest Night with performance videos from Joni Mitchell, Annie Lennox, Gaby Moreno & David Aguilar, and more.

The 2024 GRAMMYs were marked by record-breaking wins, moving speeches and viral moments both on- and offstage. But what truly tied together Music's Biggest Night — beyond artistic excellence — was its slate of stunning and emotional performances.

From Dua Lipa 's opening act and new song, to Joni Mitchell 's first-ever performance on the GRAMMY stage and the tearjerking-yet-thrilling tribute to lost icons, the 66th GRAMMY Awards were a showcase of the best of the business. 

Press play on the videos below and relive the most exciting performances from the 66th GRAMMY Awards

Dua Lipa opened the 66th GRAMMY Awards with a medley of the first two singles from her upcoming album. Tracks " Houdini" and "Training Season" are the first two singles off Dua Lipa’s forthcoming third studio record, which follows her GRAMMY-winning 2020 LP   Future Nostalgia . The 2024 GRAMMYs were a sneak peek of "Training Season," as the track officially arrives Feb. 15.

In a full-circle moment, Luke Combs   perform his GRAMMY-nominated cover of " Fast Car " — with a suprise appearance from Tracy Chapman . "Fast Car" earned Chapman a GRAMMY for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in 1989, when she took home the trophy. On the GRAMMY stage, the otherwise reclusive Chapman beamed as she strummed an acoustic guitar and duetted with Combs . "Tracy is such an icon and, I mean, one of the best songwriters that I think any of us will ever be around to see, "   Combs said in the video introducing his performance.

Miley Cyrus   had only performed "Flowers" twice before taking the GRAMMY-winning song to stage on Music’s Biggest Night. And while the hit track off   Endless Summer Vacation was sure to be a showstopper, Cyrus’ performance was made even more special by winning her first GRAMMY moments before. After  eight nominations and many years in the industry, the singer’s exclamations of excitment were felt by everyone watching.

After winning the GRAMMY Award for Best Song Written For Visual Media at the Premiere Ceremony, Billie Eilish  and brother   FINNEAS   performed the existential pop ballad from Barbie on the GRAMMY stage. "What Was I Made For?" would go on to win Song Of The Year, showing the world that Eilish certainly knows what she was made for.

Eighty-year-old icon ad 2022 MusiCares Person Of The Year Joni Mitchell performed for the first time at the GRAMMY Awrds — and there wasn’t a dry eye in the house. Seated in an elegant chair and surrounded by chandeliers, Mitchell offered an emotional performance of her 1969 hit "Both Sides Now." The legened was backed by Brandi Carlile , Allison Russell , Sistastrings, Lucius, Jacob Collier , and Blake Mills; earlier in the day, "Both Sides" took home the golden gramophone for Best Folk Album.

SZA went into the 2024 GRAMMYs as the most-nominated artist and took home awards for   Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Best R&B Song. She then gave back to the audience, performing the GRAMMY-winning "Snooze," clad in a leather duster and wide-brimmed hat.

Olivia Rodrigo  may not have taken home a golden gramophone, but she still left her all on the GRAMMYs stage. Donning an appropriately hued dress and just a dash of "blood" on her face, Rodrigo performed "vampire" as red liquid seeped from the walls behind her.

Billy Joel performed twice at the 66th GRAMMY Awards, treating audiences to one familiar tune and one brand-new track. Joel shared his newest offering, "Turn the Lights Back On," just before Album Of The Year was announced. His first release since 2007, "Turn the Lights Back On" marked his first time playing on the GRAMMYs stage in more than 20 years.

Burna Boy   brought a piece of his homeland to the GRAMMYs, dancing among throngs of colorfully-dressed performers and equally colorful buildings. The Nigerian Afrobeats star performed "On Form," "City Boys" and "Sitting On Top Of The World," iwth special appearances by   Brandy   and   21 Savage .

U2   took the GRAMMY audience on a quick trip to Las Vegas, performing "Atomic City" live from the Sphere. The swirling, psychedelic and high-tech performance was the first live broadcast from Sin City venue, which the 22-time GRAMMY winners are currently doing a residency.

During the moving In Memoriam segment of the 2024 GRAMMYs,  Eurythmics singer  Annie Lennox  was joined by  Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman to  pay tribute to Sinead O'Connor . Together, they offered an emotional cover of the late Irish pioneer's "Nothing Compares 2 U."

Further honoring the lives of incredible individuals that the music world lost in 2023, Fantasia Barrino made Tina Turner proud with a high-energy performance of "Proud Mary." The performance and tribute were introduced by Oprah Winfrey, who called Turner "a towering figure. She is our forever goddess of rock and roll who inspired millions, a moving symbol of grace and grit, soul and power…And as those big wheels of time keep on turnin’, Tina’s voice continues to speak to all of us." 

Continuing the In Memoriam tribute,  Global Impact Award honoree Lenny Kravitz   paid respect to   Clarence Avant as the "Godfather of Black Music"   with a tribute that included a performance of "Ain't No Sunshine" and "Lean on Me" by Album Of The Year nominee   Jon Batiste .

During the Premiere Ceremony, Gaby Moreno & El David Aguilar performed a harmonious and haunting “Luna de Xelaju.” Their take on the popular Guatemalan waltz composed by Paco Pérez was set against a video of falling rose petals, highlighting the romanticism of the duo’s voices.

The Premiere Ceremony kicked off the 2024 GRAMMYs with an exciting  performance from   Pentatonix ,   Jordin Sparks ,   Larkin Poe,   J. Ivy , and   Sheila E. , who welcomed audiences to a day-long celebration of musical excellence.

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Yes announces 2024 european tour dates.

Posted by Buddy Iahn | Dec 6, 2023

Yes announces 2024 European tour dates

The Classic Tales of Yes Tour 2024 covers 50 years of music

Following their recent acclaimed tour in the USA , progressive rockers Yes has announced European dates for The Classic Tales of Yes Tour 2024. The trek kicks off April 30th in Lisbon, Portugal with stops in Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, and more before wrapping with previously announced UK tour dates.

Tickets go on sale on Friday, December 8th at 10 am GMT/11 am CET.

The Classic Tales of Yes Tour 2024 will include many iconic tracks from the Yes back catalog covering 50-plus years. The tour will also include a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Tales from Topographic Oceans as well as music from their current album Mirror To The Sky .

The evening will begin with an on-site presentation by world-renowned artist and designer Roger Dean, whose masterful artwork of striking other-worldly landscapes has graced classic album covers and posters, most prominently by Yes and Asia. Every show will feature a Roger Dean gallery in the venue’s reception/foyer area. His work – which also appears on the cover of their current album Mirror to the Sky – has sold more than one hundred million copies worldwide.

“We’re all excited to be bringing our show home to Europe and the UK!” says frontman Steve Howe, “We’ve selected a new playlist of Yes music but with some firm favourites in there too, of course! To keep our performances fresh, we ‘now’ carry our own lights, so we can present a consistent show each night, designed for us by William …….. Looking forward to seeing you out there!”

“We are very much looking forward to the 2024 European leg of our Yes Classic Tales Tour,” adds keyboardist Geoff Downes. “Having recently completed the US, we are now really excited to bring that out to all our fans in the UK and Europe. It promises to be one of our most interesting sets to date, scanning through much of Yes’ history and with some previously unheard pieces as well as music from our latest album, Mirror To The Sky . Bring it on and see you all out there!”

Following their recent acclaimed tour in the USA, progressive legends YES have announced European dates for The Classic Tales of YES Tour 2024. Tickets go on sale on Friday 8th December at 10am GMT/11.00am CET Read more: https://t.co/NZFWtrRHMq pic.twitter.com/GTA0h92fLC — YESofficial (@yesofficial) December 6, 2023

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As part of the 2023-24 Season, Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra embarked on a three-week European tour — its first since 2020 — in January. From Jan. 11 to 29, Muti and the CSO traveled to 11 cities, including Brussels, Milan, Paris, Rome and Vienna, with concerts at the continent’s most celebrated music venues, such as the Musikverein and Teatro alla Scala.

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European cities hope jet-setting Taylor Swift fans will splash the cash for Eras tour

The superstar arrives in Europe next month – and Swifties, tourist boards and venues are already preparing

T im Brown, 44, and his wife, Marcella, 34, may not consider themselves bona fide “Swifties”, but when it was announced last June that Taylor Swift would be visiting their corner of the globe this summer they could not resist joining the scramble for a pair of tickets.

A post-pandemic appetite for live music events has fuelled huge worldwide interest in the American singer-songwriter’s Eras tour, which surpassed in $1bn sales in November to become the highest-grossing series of concerts in history.

The pop culture event of the summer will arrive in Europe next month, kicking off in Paris on 9 May and wrapping up in London on 20 August with 49 dates in between in Sweden, Ireland, Portugal, Germany, Poland, Austria, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands and Switzerland.

The unique nature of the tour’s ticketing system, which was tweaked after a number of hitches last year, means there will be a mass movement of travelling fans who will not only be Swiftie in affiliation but swift-like in their willingness to travel across the continent.

In expectation of intense demand, Ticketmaster introduced a pre-registration system that rewarded some early applicants with access codes to the ticket sale proper, via staggered windows for each city.

Notionally designed to prioritise genuine fans over “scalpers” – people who buy and resell tickets for a quick profit – the pre-sales system also meant many fans registered for tickets in multiple destinations across Europe to increase their chances.

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Tim and Marcella, who live in Norwich, registered not just for the nearest concerts – in London and Liverpool – but also in Amsterdam and Lisbon. The pair got lucky with a pair of €91 tickets in the Portuguese capital and have turned the trip into a weekend break. “I used to live in Lisbon so I thought why not kill two birds with one stone,” Tim said. “We booked ourselves flights and four nights’ accommodation the same day.” They are far from alone.

Katie Soo, the chief business officer of DICE, a rival ticketing company, said: “The excitement and uncertainty inherent in the ticket-purchasing process might have inadvertently incentivised fans to apply for tickets in multiple cities, thereby increasing the likelihood of travelling across Europe to attend the concerts.”

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Several European cities have already reported a sharp rise in demand for hotel and short-term rental accommodation over the summer, when the Swift hurricane will arrive. In Edinburgh, Liverpool and Cardiff, rooms at the Travelodge chain around Swift’s June dates have been sold out since August 2023, a month after tickets for the shows went on sale.

In Paris, where fans anticipate Swift to debut an updated version of the Eras show with songs from the new Tortured Poets Department album, 80% of hotels and apartments listed on Booking.com are already full up. In Warsaw on 2 August, only 9% of hotels listed on the same site are still available.

Not all of the 18 cities covered by the Eras tour are obvious tourism destinations. From 17-19 July, Swift will play three concerts at the 65,000-capacity home ground of the football club Schalke 04 in Gelsenkirchen in Ruhr valley, western Germany. The city’s less-than-familiar name prompted one US chatshow host to quip that “the place might not even exist”.

Yet even in Germany’s rust belt the influx of Swift fans is temporarily transforming the hotel market: any two-bedroom apartments that remain available are going for €800-2,000 a night, with cheaper accommodation available only in surrounding cities that are just as off the usual tourist track as Gelsenkirchen, such as Essen, Bochum or Herne.

Cities with stricter rules on allowing Airbnb-style holiday lets and a more limited stock of short-term rental apartments are reporting a particularly marked increase in rates during Swift’s visit, with about 30% year-on-year spikes in rental rates in Cardiff, Edinburgh and Milan, according to AirDNA, a data analytics company specialising in the short-term rentals market.

Of all the tour’s European stops, Vienna is experiencing the most notable impact on its rental market, with booking rates for the nights of Swift’s concerts recorded in February 44% higher than at the same point the previous year. By the end of March the number of nights booked in the Austrian capital for the length of Swift’s stay in the second week of August had risen by 430% compared with the same period in 2023.

When Luke Tilden’s wife, Tatjana, suggested last summer that the couple buy their 13- and 15-year-old daughters, Lena and Maya, tickets to a Taylor Swift gig for Christmas, the 53-year-old Briton initially waved it off. “There’s no chance in hell we’d get a ticket without paying through our noses, I thought,” said Tilden, who works as an interpreter at the European parliament in Brussels.

But after pre-registering for tickets in London, Paris and Munich, the Tildens got unexpectedly lucky for four tickets in southern Germany and have turned the concert visit into a mini-holiday: “We’ll visit the in-laws in Bavaria, enjoy the countryside, do a bit of hiking.”

The hope in cities across Europe is that this will be replicated on a massive scale, with fans’ excitement translating into generous spending sprees on food, shopping and leisure. In Stockholm, for example, where authorities are expecting 159,000 visitors to arrive from 135 countries in mid-May, the chamber of commerce has forecast a spending boost of €50m. “We hope the whole town will buzz from the Eras tour,” said Tomas Andersson, a spokesperson for the Swedish capital’s tourism board.

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Whether fans will necessarily act like ordinary tourists, however, is up for debate. “Pop-culture tourists do not necessarily care about traditional buildings and authentic restaurants,” said Maria Lexhagen, a professor at the European Tourism Research Institute, Mid Sweden University.

“Joining up with other fan communities is stronger motivation, as is the idea that they might get closer to the stars themselves. Many of them will map out where Swift is spending her time in the city – they will seek out seemingly marginal but meaningful places like back alleys or coffee shops.” Venues may be hoping for a repeat of Sydney in February, when Swift swept into an unassuming Italian restaurant in the suburbs and sent its name into global media headlines.

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In Stockholm the tourism board said it was expecting bookshops and secondhand clothes stores, rather than museums and royal palaces, to attract most of the arriving visitors. Some venues are being proactive: one restaurant within walking distance of the multipurpose Friends Arena in the Solna municipality is putting on a “Taylor Swift brunch experience” with a karaoke stage; the waterfront nightclub Debaser is hosting a pre-concert party on 16 May, an all-ages all-day party with a Swift-themed quiz on 19 May and an afterparty the day after.

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As the Swift circus rolls across the continent, the transport infrastructure of urban centres will also be put to the test. Around the tour’s three-night stop in Dublin at the end of June, Irish Rail has announced additional late-night services to Cork and Limerick to meet an expected increase in demand. Extra tram and bus services are likely to be announced nearer the time.

Unlike rail operators, most airlines do not have capacity to charter additional flights. Due to yield management – airlines adjusting prices based on expected demand – a scramble for airborne journeys into cities that host the Eras tour is more likely to result in more expensive tickets rather than additional flights.

Officials at Lisbon airport said no additional flights had been chartered around Swift’s concerts on 24 and 25 May but that demand would probably be reflected in slightly higher load factors. A spokesperson for Amsterdam Schiphol said general aviation slots could be requested at short notice but nothing out of the ordinary had been logged so far.

Calculating the environmental impact of the tour with any certainty was difficult, experts said. “We can expect that some Swift fans will travel a long way to see one, if not several, shows across Europe”, said Stefan Gössling, a professor of tourism at Linnaeus University in Kalmar, Sweden. “But measuring the environmental impact of these trips is extremely difficult – it would involve a lot of guesswork.”

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This did not mean the carbon footprint was negligible. “Every flight taken by a person adds to demand and hence influences supply considerations,” Gössling said. “The greater the demand, the more aircrafts are in service.”

The pop star’s carbon footprint is easier to estimate. Swift owns two jets by the French manufacturer Dassault, whose journeys are trackable. During the 2023 leg of the Eras tour, Swift’s planes spent 166 hours crisscrossing the US in about 75 individual journeys, though it is possible they were used by people other than the singer.

According to data available through the open-access aviation tracker ADS-B exchange, Swift’s jets caused carbon emissions of about 2,830 tonnes of CO 2 equivalent over the course of the US Eras tour – about 1,700 times the annual contribution of an average person.

A spokesperson for Swift told US media last year that in advance of the tour’s start in March 2023, the pop star bought more than double the carbon credits needed to offset all tour travel. Carbon offset credits are tradable certificates that allow purchasers to compensate for emissions by investing in environmental projects that claim to reduce carbon emissions, though recent studies have questioned the efficacy of these schemes.

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I just got back from my 3rd solo trip with Expat Explorer & can't wait to join some more. This time was a 12 day Christmas and New Year's Europe Escape 2023/2024 and being the first time I was ever away from home for the holidays, it was truly magical, everything I imagined plus more. Our tour guide Luke was very personable, knowledgeable, caring and simply fun. He went out of his way to make sure each and everyone of us was well taken care of & provided plenty of ideas/options to us to get the most we could get out of each and every single day. Luke even dressed up as Santa Claus on Christmas Day!?! Our driver, James, was very professional, courtesies and when able, took the time to get to know us but always made it a priority to get us to our next destination as well as keep us safe. This tour is fast-paced with plenty of early morning departures and lots of walking but in doing so, the trade off is that you get to experience as much as possible in each of the various destination cities along the way. As a solo traveler, I never felt unsafe or alone and the camadarie of our group was instant. I appreciate that Expat Explorer allows you the freedom to decide between various pre-set excursions in the various destinations or the opportunity to explore on your own and/or even some combo of the two. If you are on the fence about one these tours, I say do your self a favor and just book it :) - Christie Fick
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The Great Adventure Tour

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I had a great time with this tour

Best of Central Europe Tour

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Best of Central Europe

I though the Intrepid tour was fantastic. The group leader did a great job in looking after us and providing us with good orientation in all the countries we visited. The only point that could be improved, was in relation to accommodation. In Prague, five people were placed in the one hotel with one bathroom and toilet. This is not really ideal, however, when we raised this issue, our group leader went out of his way to provide an alternate accommodation for my husband and I. I felt that this was really good and we were very pleased with the outcome. The other tour participants were great and I recommend this to anyone who is interested in a great holiday. Thank you Zsolt.

Europe Jewel Tour

Europe Jewel

It was, as expected, a busy, non stop tour to beautiful cities and countryside in Europe. Our guide and driver were a great team and took great care of our group. Highly recommend!

The Best of Eastern Europe Tour

The Best of Eastern Europe

Excellent tour and with a small group it was easy to get to & enjoy everything. There were a couple of hiccups. More to do with local public transport and out of the hands of our CEO, Jakub. He took everything in stride though and went above and beyond to assist some of the group when they needed it My first group tour and I was pleasantly surprised. G Adventures did a stellar job with this tour and comments from other, who have done other G Adventures’ tours, members of group said they are generally good value

All About Balkans (4 Star Hotels) Tour

All About Balkans (4 Star Hotels)

The itinerary was incredible. We saw magnificent places we would have never visited on our own. Tour guide Simone was great, knowledgeable, and always made sure we don't get lost. Local guides were excellent too. Pace was not too intense, allowing us to enjoy each location and have some free time. Thank you, Chris, our excellent driver through tough mountain terrain. CONS: Travel Talk still advertise that the Group Size is 13-35. In reality, the bus was packed full, 48 participants. Travel Talk should change this false advertisement because it is misleading. Hotels were of excellent quality and location, in each place, EXCEPT one: Hotel Central Park in Trebinje. It was disgusting. The minute we entered the hotel we were attacked by a huge smoking Lobby with tens of people smoking everywhere, and it was the same smell in the hallways and inside the rooms! Even the linen smelled like cigarettes. Within two minute your hair and clothes were soaked with smell of ashtray. We all commented on how terrible it was. Breakfast was bad or rather, there was nothing there. Travel Talk should take snot contract with this hotel. It merits one star. They should choose another, since we stayed there for two nights. Everyone complained about this hotel smell everywhere and all the time. Otherwise, I would have given this trip 5 stars.
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Genuine Europe Tour

Genuine Europe

Filipo and Gaitano were excellent guides. The itinerary was Ok in and Italy but not much in Paris and London

Baltic Experience Tour

Baltic Experience

First and foremost with these tours, the enjoyment and experiences can be enhanced by the guide you have and our guide for this trip was exceptional! There are a LOT of cobblestones to walk on this tour so sensible footwear is an absolute must. Every city visited had its 'Old City" which were paved with cobblestones. It was a fascinating tour of the history of this part of Europe from medieval times to present day. The days spent canoeing and trekking in the countryside offered a welcome break from the cities visited. Klaipeda and the day trip to the unique, World Heritage-listed Curonian Spit National Park was just one of the highlights of the countryside experience. A hillside of Witches was a unique collection of sculptured tree trunks depicting all manner of mythical witches and demons. Amazing to wander through this huge area with such an engaging local guide to share the stories and history of the area. Hiking and canoe through Aukstaitija National Park's dense forests and lakes provided an opportunity for not only physical activity, but also time to swim and stop to appreciate the wild flowers and other flora. Plants that are considered garden annuals here, grow wild amongst the grasses and forests of this area. But Riga was one of the most beautiful cities visited. Fragrant gardens, fountains, old and new public sculptures and the well preserved and restored art nouveau buildings, made this city enchanting and fascinating. The trip did consist of long journeys especially by bus from Warsaw to Berlin. It proved to be quite exhausting and could be well improved by a stay somewhere in between these two major cities. Overall, if interested in Russian and German occupation and the history of these Baltic countries and their struggle for independence then this is the trip for it.

Balkan Discovery (4 Star Hotels) Tour

Balkan Discovery (4 Star Hotels)

The tour was fantastic! The Balkans are beautiful, the people are warm and welcoming, and I couldn’t have asked for a better group of travel companions. Cheers to Boyan, our tour director, and Nico, our driver. They’re lovely people and TravelTalk is fortunate to have them!

Balkan Kaleidoscope Tour

Balkan Kaleidoscope

Full of history and beautiful scenery.

European Cavalcade (End Paris, 18 Days) Tour

European Cavalcade (End Paris, 18 Days)

Excellent 18 days itineraries!

Britain and Ireland Delight (Summer, 8 Days) Tour

Britain and Ireland Delight (Summer, 8 Days)

It was great experience for us!

Rome to Berlin: Piazzas, Prague & the Past Tour

Rome to Berlin: Piazzas, Prague & the Past

Great diversity of countries and cities but WAY too fast paced. One night in Slovenia and Poland was ridiculous and with travel time some days we spent less than 15 hours in the city. The guide was a but inexperienced so we didn't have a good description of some of the cities. Great way to make friends and see cities! Would recommend going end of August or later as it was still very hot going through the cities!!

Essential Britain & Ireland Tour

Essential Britain & Ireland

Very nice itinerary ... jam packed days and evenings. I chose not to do any of the extra evening excursions that were offered so I was able to use the time to explore every overnight stop on my own. The tour guide was amazing... so full of knowledge about all the countries/areas we visited.

Tour from Athens to Dubrovnik or Split: 7 Balkan countries in 14 days Tour

Tour from Athens to Dubrovnik or Split: 7 Balkan countries in 14 days

We had a fabulous trip with ChooseBalkans and would highly recommend them for your next trip to the region. And, we highly recommend you visit Albania: lots of fresh and delicious food, beautiful places to visit, and ancient and contemporary history to learn about. Sirma has been responsive and proactively communicative the entire time we worked with them. They put together a wonderful, affordable, and personalized tour for us on quite short notice (because of our schedule) and found us a top-notch tour guide, Gerion. They combined several of their pre-packaged tours based on our requests, and organized a 10-day trip from Tirana to Athens that included 6 UNESCO sites, three countries, three opportunities to hike, time to explore towns and cities, recommendations of where to eat (we are vegetarians, and yes, there was plenty for us to eat in the Balkans!), and more. ChooseBalkans and Gerion arranged the travel, tour, and hotel logistics and regularly asked if there was anything else we needed. The name of the company is our final comment - Choose Balkans!

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Eva and Rene were amazing tour guides. Disappointed that we didn't see the Eiffel Tower at night. Several times we were dropped in town at night with not enough time to get a meal before being taken to the hotel. Some hotels were out of town with nothing within walking distance. Thank you to Rene for arranging for a group of us to go to the Moulin Rouge.
To be honest, part of what made the trip fantastic was our group of 12- could not have had a better group to travel with- which is clearly luck, but a piece of our group being so cohesive was Nejca, our guide. She was perfect! Available but not pushy. Laid back, but willing to assert herself to make our experience the best. She made each person in the group feel special and appreciated. Thank you, Nejca! The itinerary was quite good as well. Although there were places I could have stayed for a day longer, I think it’s important to not stay too long and feel like time is wasted on a certain place on the tour. Transportation was efficient and Nejca did a great job getting us to our destinations easily and without rushing. Accommodations were very good- with the exception of Prague. Although our apartment was nice, it was clear that the residents of Prague feel that their space is being taken over by tourists- which is clearly true. I would have preferred to have stayed in a hotel in Prague-honestly, I would have paid more for it. Other than that, cannot day enough good things about the trip! Thank you!!

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📍 Amsterdam, Netherlands (Johan Cruijff Arena, July 4, 5, 6, 2024)  

Get ready for a pop spectacle in Amsterdam and stay at the MEININGER Hotel Amsterdam Amstel or the MEININGER Hotel Amsterdam City West .  

📍 Zürich, Switzerland (Letzigrund Stadion, July 9, 10, 2024)  

Switzerland is in for a pop treat! Enjoy the music vibes and stay comfy at the MEININGER Hotel Zürich Greencity . 

📍 Milan, Italy (San Siro, July 13, 14, 2024)  

Back to Italy, Taylor Swift rocks San Siro in Milan. Chill at the MEININGER Milano Garibaldi or the MEININGER Milano Lambrate after Taylor’s epic concert. 

📍 Hamburg, Germany (Volksparkstadion, July 23, 24, 2024)  

Germany gets a taste of Taylor Swift at Volksparkstadion in Hamburg. Make the MEININGER Hotel Hamburg City Center your home base. 

📍 Munich, Germany (Olympiastadion München, July 27, 28, 2024)  

The beats continue in Munich. Taylor Swift will perform at Olympiastadion München, and a cozy stay is calling your name at the MEININGER Hotel Munich Olympiapark . 

📍 Vienna, Austria (Ernst Happel Stadion, August 8, 9, 10, 2024)  

Vienna’s the final stop for Taylor Swift’s European tour, and your accommodation stop is the MEININGER Hotel Wien Downtown Franz or the MEININGER Hotel Wien Downtown Sissi .  

Between concert dates, take a day to explore the rich history and culture of Vienna. Dive into our One Day in Vienna guide for inspiration!

#2 Depeche Mode  

📍 Amsterdam, Netherlands (Ziggo Dome, February 8, 2024)  

Kickstarting their Memento Mori tour in 2024, Depeche Mode hits the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam. Book your stay now at the MEININGER Hotel Amsterdam City West or the MEININGER Hotel Amsterdam Amstel .  

📍 Copenhagen, Denmark (Royal Arena, February 10, 2024)  

Next up, Denmark! Depeche Mode brings their iconic vibes to the Royal Arena in Copenhagen. Stay nearby at the Urban House Copenhagen by MEININGER  for an unforgettable experience. 

📍 Berlin, Germany (Uber Arena, February 13 & 15, 2024)  

Berlin turns into a synth-pop haven with Depeche Mode at Uber Arena. Recharge at the MEININGER Hotel Berlin East Side Gallery right next to the venue for an epic Berlin adventure. 

📍 Hamburg, Germany (Barclays Arena, February 17, 2024)  

Feel the pulse in Hamburg as Depeche Mode hits Barclays Arena and enjoy a comfortable stay at the MEININGER Hotel Hamburg City Center . 

📍 Paris, France (Accor Arena, March 3 & 5, 2024)  

Paris comes alive with Depeche Mode at Accor Arena. After all that dancing, rest up at the MEININGER Hotel Paris Porte de Vincennes . 

📍 Munich, Germany (Olympiahalle München, March 7, 2024)  

The beats continue in Munich! Depeche Mode takes over Olympiahalle München. Relax at the MEININGER Hotel Munich Olympiapark for a Bavarian musical adventure. 

📍 Budapest, Hungary (Budapest Multifunctional Sports Hall, March 26, 2024)  

Hungary gets a taste of synth-pop with Depeche Mode in Budapest. Stay close at the MEININGER Hotel Budapest Great Market Hall . 

📍 Milan, Italy (Mediolanum Forum, March 28 & 30, 2024)  

Italy welcomes Depeche Mode to the stage at Mediolanum Forum. Enjoy your Italian stay at the MEININGER Milano Lambrate or the MEININGER Milano Garibaldi .  

📍 Cologne, Germany (Lanxess Arena, April 3 & 5, 2024)  

Cologne pulses with Depeche Mode at Lanxess Arena. Stay comfy at the MEININGER Hotel Köln West for a delightful sleep after your concert. 

#3 Doja Cat  

📍 Amsterdam, Netherlands (Ziggo Dome, June 19, 2024)  

Doja Cat brings pop vibes to Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome. Enjoy the show and unwind at the MEININGER Hotel Amsterdam Amstel or the MEININGER Hotel Amsterdam City West .  

📍 Paris, France (Accor Arena, June 21, 2024)  

Get ready to party with Doja Cat in Paris! The beat drops, and so should your bags at the MEININGER Hotel Paris Porte de Vincennes .  

📍 Milan, Italy (San Siro, June 27, 2024)  

Doja Cat is taking Milan by storm! Don’t miss out – book your stay today at the MEININGER Milano Lambrate or the MEININGER Milano Garibaldi .  

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#4 Tool  

📍 Amsterdam, Netherlands (Ziggo Dome, May 27, 2024)  

Get ready for a rock spectacle with Tool at Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam and stay at the MEININGER Hotel Amsterdam City West or the MEININGER Hotel Amsterdam Amstel .  

📍 Paris, France (Accor Arena, June 5, 2024)  

Tool continues the rock in Paris at Accor Arena. Run to their concert and then relax at the MEININGER Hotel Paris Porte de Vincennes . 

After rocking out at the concerts, discover how to enjoy the City of Light without spending a fortune with our Paris on a Budget guide!

#5 Bruce Springsteen  

📍 Marseille, France (Stade Velodrome, May 25, 2024)  

Get ready for a legendary performance as Bruce Springsteen , The Boss himself, rocks the Stade Velodrome in Marseille. Book your stay at the MEININGER Hotel Marseille Centre La Joliette for a musical stay.  

📍 Milan, Italy (San Siro, June 1 & 3, 2024)  

Italy is in for a treat! Bruce Springsteen graces the stage at San Siro in Milan. Experience the magic and relax at the MEININGER Milano Lambrate or the MEININGER Milano Garibaldi .  

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#6 Lenny Kravitz  

📍 Hamburg, Germany (Barclays Arena Hamburg (O2 World Hamburg), July 1, 2024)  

Hamburg, get ready to rock! Lenny Kravitz is set to dazzle at Barclays Arena Hamburg. Enjoy the show and stay comfortable at the MEININGER Hotel Hamburg City Center . 

📍 Amsterdam, Netherlands (AFAS Live, June 10, 2024)  

Amsterdam, the music scene is heating up! Lenny Kravitz takes the stage at AFAS Live. Extend your Amsterdam stay at the MEININGER Hotel Amsterdam City West or the MEININGER Hotel Amsterdam Amstel .  

📍 Kraków, Poland (Tauron Arena, May 30, 2024)  

Poland, it’s time to rock out! Lenny Kravitz brings his iconic style to Tauron Arena in Kraków. Book your stay at the MEININGER Kraków Centrum  for an unforgettable experience. 

📍 Budapest, Hungary (Papp László Budapest Sportaréna, June 13, 2024)  

Hungary, are you ready for Lenny? Cause he lands at Papp László Budapest Sportaréna. Stay at MEININGER Budapest Great Market Hall for a rocking time. 

#7 Lana Del Rey  

📍 Milan, Italy (Mediolanum Forum, April 6, 2024)  

Italy, get ready for a night of dreamy melodies! Lana Del Rey graces the stage at Mediolanum Forum in Milan. Relax and unwind at the MEININGER Milano Lambrate or the MEININGER Milano Garibaldi .  

#8 Laura Pausini  

📍 Milan, Italy (Mediolanum Forum, January 17-18, 2024)  

Watch the fantastic Laura Pausini perform in Milan! If you’re there, cozy up at the MEININGER Milano Lambrate or the MEININGER Milano Garibaldi ; your perfect spots to explore the city’s vibes. 

📍 Brussels, Belgium (Forest National, February 10, 2024)  

Next stop: Brussels. Laura’s melodies in the heart of Belgium are a must. Book your room at the   MEININGER Hotel Bruxelles City Center  or the MEININGER Hotel Bruxelles Gare du Midi   for a comfy and central stay. 

📍 Paris, France (Accor Arena, February 12, 2024)  

Bonjour , Paris! Laura takes center stage at Accor Arena, and your stay is covered at the MEININGER Hotel Paris Porte de Vincennes . 

📍 Zürich, Switzerland (Hallenstadion, February 15, 2024)  

Switzerland is calling! Laura’s tunes at Hallenstadion will be a delight. And the  MEININGER Hotel Zürich Greencity  is ready to welcome you. 

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#9 Scorpions  

📍 Amsterdam, Netherlands (Ziggo Dome, June 11, 2024)  

Amsterdam, “ here they are to rock you like a hurricane.. .” Scorpions are coming your way! Rock fans, prepare for a rock spectacle this summer and stay at the MEININGER Hotel Amsterdam City West or the MEININGER Hotel Amsterdam Amstel .  

📍 Hamburg, Germany (Barclaycard Arena, September 13, 2024)  

Hamburg, get ready to rock out with Scorpions. Music fans, stay at the MEININGER Hotel Hamburg City Center . 

📍 Leipzig, Germany (Quarterback Immobilien Arena (Arena Leipzig), September 15, 2024)  

Mark your calendars! Scorpions are set to rock the Quarterback Immobilien Arena. Book your stay at the MEININGER Hotel Leipzig Hauptbahnhof . 

📍 Cologne, Germany (Lanxess Arena, September 18, 2024)  

Cologne, the Scorpions are bringing the rock vibes to your city! Fans, prepare for an epic night and quickly book your spot at the MEININGER Hotel Köln West .  

📍 Frankfurt, Germany (Festhalle, September 20, 2024)  

Brace yourselves for a rockin’ night! Scorpions are heading to Frankfurt in late September, so be fast and book your accommodation at the MEININGER Hotel Frankfurt/Main Airport .  

#10 Sting  

📍 Dresden, Germany (Messe Dresden – Halle 1, May 25, 2024)  

Dresden, get ready for a mesmerizing performance! Sting takes the stage at Messe Dresden – Halle 1. Be fast and book your stay at the MEININGER Hotel Dresden Zentrum . 

📍 Budapest, Hungary (Papp László Budapest Sportaréna, May 31, 2024)  

Hungary, are you ready to be captivated? Sting brings his magic to Papp László Budapest Sportaréna. Stay at the MEININGER Budapest Great Market Hall for a night of enchantment. 

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#11 Metallica  

📍 Munich, Germany (Olympiastadion München, May 24, 26, 2024)  

Munich, brace yourselves for an epic show! Metallica takes over Olympiastadion München for three unforgettable nights. Book your stay at the MEININGER Hotel Munich Olympiapark for the for a rockin’ experience only 8’ on foot from the venue! 

📍 Milan, Italy (I-days Milano Ippodromo Snai La Maura, May 29, 2024)  

The Metallica frenzy continues in Italy! Stay at the MEININGER Milano Lambrate or the MEININGER Milano Garibaldi .  

📍 Vienna, Austria (Racino Rocks, Magna Racino, June 1, 2024)  

Metallica is set to shake Vienna. Feel the energy and crash at the MEININGER Hotel Wien Downtown Franz or the MEININGER Hotel Wien Downtown Sissi .  

📍 Copenhagen, Denmark (Parken Stadium, June 14 & 16, 2024)  

Metallica is hitting it big in Copenhagen! Catch the thunder and secure your stay at the Urban House Copenhagen by MEININGER for an epic Metallica experience. 

#12 Jonas Brothers  

📍 Copenhagen, Denmark (Royal Arena, May 20, 2024)  

Kickstart the Jonas Brothers ‘ tour in style at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen. Enjoy the show and unwind at the Urban House Copenhagen by MEININGER . 

📍 Hamburg, Germany (Barclays Arena Hamburg (O2 World Hamburg), May 21, 2024)  

The Jonas Brothers are set to rock Hamburg at Barclays Arena. Book your stay at the MEININGER Hotel Hamburg City Center for a fantastic and comfy night. 

📍 Cologne, Germany (Lanxess Arena, May 22, 2024)  

Cologne, brace yourselves for a night of Jonas Brothers magic at Lanxess Arena. Stay close to the action at the MEININGER Hotel Köln West . 

📍 Krakow, Poland (Tauron Arena Krakow, May 30, 2024)  

Poland, get ready to party with the Jonas Brothers at Tauron Arena Krakow. Book your stay at the MEININGER Kraków Centrum . 

📍 Vienna, Austria (Stadthalle D, June 1, 2024)  

Vienna, the Jonas Brothers are heading your way! Experience the magic at Stadthalle D and stay comfortably at the MEININGER Hotel Wien Downtown Franz or the MEININGER Hotel Wien Downtown Sissi .  

📍 Munich, Germany (Olympiahalle, June 3, 2024)  

Munich, prepare for a night of Jonas Brothers hits at Olympiahalle. Book your stay at the  MEININGER Hotel Munich Olympiapark  for an amazing experience close to the venue. 

📍 Zurich, Switzerland (Hallenstadion, June 4, 2024)  

Switzerland, the Jonas Brothers are bringing the heat to Hallenstadion. Stay close to the action at the MEININGER Hotel Zürich Greencity .  

📍 Paris, France (Accor Arena, June 7, 2024)  

Paris, get ready for a night of musical magic as the Jonas Brothers take over Accor Arena. Enjoy the show and stay comfortably at the MEININGER Hotel Paris Porte de Vincennes .  

📍 Amsterdam, Netherlands (Ziggo Dome, June 10, 2024)  

Amsterdamers and Amsterdam visitors, the Jonas Brothers will win your hearts at Ziggo Dome. Book your stay at the MEININGER Hotel Amsterdam Amstel or the MEININGER Hotel Amsterdam City West for a fantastic night and cozy accommodation. 

#13 Coldplay  

📍 Budapest, Hungary (Puskas Ferenc Stadion, June 16-19, 2024)  

Hungary, get ready for a night under the stars with Coldplay at Puskas Ferenc Stadion. Enjoy the music and stay close to the action at the MEININGER Budapest Great Market Hall .  

📍 Rome, Italy (Stadio Olimpico, July 12-13, 2024)  

Italy, experience the magic of Coldplay at Stadio Olimpico. Enjoy the show and stay conveniently at the MEININGER Roma Termini . 

📍 Munich, Germany (Olympiastadion München, August 15 & 17, 2024)  

Munich, brace yourselves for an unforgettable night with Coldplay at Olympiastadion München. Stay close to the action at the MEININGER Hotel Munich Olympiapark or the MEININGER Hotel München Zentrum . 

📍 Vienna, Austria (Ernst Happel Stadion, August 21-22, 2024)  

Vienna, join the Coldplay adventure at Ernst Happel Stadion. Enjoy the music and stay conveniently at the MEININGER Hotel Wien Downtown Franz or the MEININGER Hotel Wien Downtown Sissi .  

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#14 Pink  

📍 Copenhagen, Denmark (Parken, July 6, 2024)  

Denmark, get ready for a vibrant night with P!nk at Parken. Enjoy the music and then sleep at the Urban House Copenhagen by MEININGER .  

📍 Amsterdam, Netherlands (Johan Cruijff Arena (Amsterdam Arena), July 10, 2024)  

Amsterdam, experience the magic of P!nk at Johan Cruijff Arena. Enjoy the show and stay conveniently at the MEININGER Hotel Amsterdam City West or the MEININGER Hotel Amsterdam Amstel . 

📍 Brussels, Belgium (King Baudouin Stadium, July 14, 2024)  

Belgium, brace yourselves for an unforgettable night with P!nk at King Baudouin Stadium. Sing, dance and then go to sleep at the MEININGER Hotel Bruxelles City Center or the MEININGER Hotel Bruxelles Gare du Midi . 

🎶 In a nutshell…  

These 2024 concert tours are more than just events; they’re experiences that create memories to last a lifetime. Lost in the sea of choices? Our 2024 music guide is your trusty handbook for all things musical. 

Plan your concert-hopping itinerary and quickly make a reservation at MEININGER Hotels . Our rooms (and beds) are selling out faster than front-row tickets to your favorite concert… Hurry up, before they’re completely gone! 

Unmissable concerts in Europe 2024: FAQs

What makes the concerts in europe 2024 unforgettable.

The concerts in Europe 2024 promise legendary musical experiences with world-famous A-listers and the best stage shows. Get ready to mark your calendar and pack your dancing shoes because the 2024 concert tours are going to rock your world!

What are the must-see concerts in Europe 2024?

The must-see concerts in Europe 2024 include performances by Taylor Swift, Depeche Mode, Doja Cat, Tool, Bruce Springsteen, Lenny Kravitz, Lana Del Rey, Laura Pausini, and the Scorpions. Each concert offers a unique opportunity to enjoy thrilling music and spectacular shows.

How can I stay comfortably during the concerts in Europe?

MEININGER Hotels offers you comfortable and budget-friendly accommodation at your concert destination. Whether you're traveling alone, with your family, as a couple, or with friends, MEININGER has the right room for you. Book quickly before our rooms sell out!

What is the lineup for the Taylor Swift concerts in Europe?

Taylor Swift will be performing in Paris, Lyon, Amsterdam, Zurich, Milan, Hamburg, Munich, and Vienna. Prepare to be part of a breathtaking show and enjoy a comfortable stay at MEININGER.

Where are Depeche Mode performing in Europe?

Depeche Mode will be hitting the stage in Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Berlin, Hamburg, Paris, Munich, Budapest, Milan, and Cologne. Experience the synth-pop legends live and book your stay at MEININGER for an unforgettable night.

What unique concerts can I attend in 2024?

In 2024, you can attend concerts by P!nk, Coldplay, and many more. Whether you prefer rocking nights, poppy tunes, or electronic beats, there's something for every taste.

How can I make the most out of the concerts in Europe 2024?

Plan your concert trip in advance, book your tickets and accommodations early, and be ready to be swept away by the music. Don't forget to share your experience with friends or family to create unforgettable memories.

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Spain | Germany | Italy

February 16 - February 28, 2024

From February 16–28, Gianandrea Noseda leads a nine-city European tour, his first international tour with the NSO, and the orchestra’s first since 2016. The NSO will visit some of Europe’s most important concert halls performing for audiences in Spain, Germany, and Italy, joined by pianist Seong-Jin Cho and violinist Hilary Hahn. Noseda will bring the NSO to his home city, Milan, with a performance at the Teatro alla Scala on February 26, 2024.

Barcelona, Palau de la Música Catalana

February 16, 2024

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Hilary Hahn, violin

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Zaragoza, Auditorio de Zaragoza

February 17, 2024

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February 18, 2024

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Berlin, Philharmonie

February 21, 2024

Seong-Jin Cho, piano

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Nuremberg, Meistersingerhalle

February 22, 2024

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Frankfurt, Alte Oper

February 23, 2024

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February 24, 2024

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February 28, 2024

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Uruguayan singer-songwriter Jorge Drexler is embarking on his first tour of Europe

MADRID — Capitalizing on an impressive moment in Spanish-language music, Uruguayan singer-songwriter Jorge Drexler is embarking on his first tour of Europe.

“Even Don Quixote didn’t get as far as urban Spanish-speaking music is getting today in the world. You can go everywhere and you will find music that was written in Spanish,” he told The Associated Press in an interview. “I’m happy to see that (Spanish) opens doors to places that I never thought that we could get before.”

His award-winning latest album, “Tinta y tiempo” (“Ink and time”), earned him four of his 13 Latin Grammy Awards, part of a haul that includes an Oscar.

On his tour Drexler will perform live for the first time “Derrumbe,” a song about the loss of love that he rescued from his notes. The song was included in the 2021 TV show “Todo va a estar bien”.

The European tour will be more intimate than the shows of recent years, with voice, guitar and an open repertoire — a “first date” with an audience that Drexler expects will be seeing him for the first time.

“I have always looked West,” he said, with performances in the United States, Canada, Mexico and elsewhere. “I have so much work in that part of the world that I didn’t look East enough.”

He looks forward to seeing some European cities for the first time and visiting others such as Paris and Berlin after many years. The tour will take him to Denmark, Ireland, Italy and Sweden, among other countries.

After the tour ends in mid-June, he will return to the leather armchair in his studio in Madrid to sit with a guitar and a blank piece of paper and “try to get lucky.”

But as his repertoire grows, songwriting becomes more complicated because “the more you release, the more space that occupies in your brain,” Drexler said.

“Once you’ve written 200 or 300 songs, each and every new song has to open a little space,” he said.

Resorting to artificial intelligence is not an option, at least for now. He tested ChatGPT and, although the result “was perfectly written, from a syntactic, orthographic point of view,” it lacked poetry.

“I like biographies and I like songwriters, and I like to get to know the personality of a person. And I like the mistakes that guide you through unexpected places. So, I still prefer songs written by human beings,” he said.

Drexler also enjoys collaborations in the creative process, such as the ones with C.Tangana , Rubén Blades , or Noga Erez in his previous album.

“It’s a relief for me, it relieves me from myself,” he said. “My worst enemy when it comes to writing is my past, my obsessions, the way I work. It’s what I am. And I’m happy to show it, but at the same time, it’s a big, big burden.”

In collaborating, there are no restrictions in the kind of music or the generations that listen.

“I don’t think that the music we did in the past was the (good) music, like most of my generation,” Drexler said. “(I’m) more interested in the music that my 12-year-old daughter listens to than the one that my generation used to listen to. So I try to be open to different things.”

This story has been updated to correct the number of Latin Grammys Drexler won for the album Tinta y tiempo” (“Ink and time”) and removes a reference to the song “Derrumbe” being new.

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Take a tour of Europe at Staunton Music Festival's SpringFest concert

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STAUNTON — Take a tour of Europe while never leaving Staunton at SpringFest: Baroque Journeys, a Staunton Music Festival weekend concert April 12-14.

Now in its third year, SpringFest offers a three-day celebration of Baroque music, spanning Europe from West to East and culminating with Handel's Italian oratorio  La Resurrezione . All concerts feature period instrument performers. Programs include music for voices, orchestra, and chamber ensembles and feature historical keyboards.

Through this music, and this particular program with its place based music, audiences will be transported to Europe and back in time, too. A new way to travel, if you will. These are masterpieces that have stood the test of time. Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" on Saturday night is known to classical music lovers as a crowd pleaser.

Because Staunton Music Festival plays all music composed prior to 1850 on instruments of that era, via “historic performance,” audiences will actually hear it the way that audiences would have heard it back then, when the composer wrote it. That’s unusual, and it happens here in Staunton.

As opposed to the larger summer festival, SpringFest is all early music — all Baroque. The summer festival's music spans more than 600 years into the present day. Every concert this weekend will be performed on period instruments, by artists trained in historic performance. To learn more, visit: https://www.stauntonmusicfestival.org/period-instruments

Carsten Schmidt, Staunton Music Festival's artistic director, will take audiences on a tour of the continent over the course of the weekend's performances. The weekend will culminate with Handel's Italian oratorio La Resurrezione .  

Hamburg to Leipzig

  • SpringFest 2024 opens its Baroque Journeys in Germany with works by Telemann and J. S. Bach, including concertos and vocal music.
  • 7:30 pm Friday, April 12
  • Trinity Episcopal Church
  • This free program features solo and chamber music by Couperin, Marais, Lambert, and Rameau.
  • Noon on Saturday, April 13
  • Free admission
  • Revel in the sumptuous richness of the Italian Baroque, featuring period instrument performances of Vivaldi's "Four Seasons."
  • 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 13

London Playhouse

  • Blackfriars Playhouse provides the setting for a short concert of instrumental and vocal music from 17th-century England.
  • 10:30 a.m. Sunday, April 14
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SpringFest Lunch & Lecture

  • Lecture: Jon Gibson delivers an extended talk on Handel's oratorio La Resurrezione just before the finale concert.
  • 1 p.m. Sunday April 14
  • Trinity Church's McCracken Hall

Rome: Handel's Resurrezione

  • The SpringFest finale features a single, brilliant work: Handel's Italian oratorio on the resurrection, penned in Rome in 1708.
  • 4 p.m. Sunday, April 14

To view the schedule online, visit:  https://www.stauntonmusicfestival.org/springfest

Festival artists

Canadian-American sopranos Molly Netter and Megan Chartrand, bass Peter Walker, violinists Martin Davids (Chicago) and Nicholas DiEugenio (Chapel Hill, N.C.), Jason Fisher and Sarah Darling (Boston), Baroque bassoonist Stephanie Corwin and oboist Geoffrey Burgess (Philadelphia), and more. To find out more about the artists performing, see artists online . 

Tickets: (540) 800-6012 or [email protected]. Event is included in SpringFest Pass and Annual Pass. To learn more about SpringFest and Staunton Music Festival, visit https://www.stauntonmusicfestival.org

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30 Under 30 Europe 2024: The Founders Fixing Painful Periods, Printing Prosthetics And Pulverizing Pathogens

The scientists, doctors and entrepreneurs of this year’s 30 under 30 list for science & healthcare are working to improve healthcare and our understanding of the world around us., by katie jennings , ragnhildur þrastardóttir, katherine wessling and alex knapp.

A s the global birth rate declines and the percentage of people over the age of 60 grows, one of the big questions facing many families is how to care for aging relatives. Will Donnelly hopes to make finding a spot in a retirement or care home as easy as finding a hotel stay. The aim of his U.K.-based startup Lottie is to “transform the industry from offline to online.”

So far he’s raised $32.5 million in funding from investors including Accel and General Catalyst to build an easy-to-use website for families and operating software for senior care providers. His biggest challenge? Changing people’s perception of long-term care. “I really do want to make care homes cool and something that people are excited about and look forward to,” he told Forbes .

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Donnelly, 29, is just one of the enterprising founders on this year’s 30 Under 30 Europe list for Science and Healthcare . For more than a decade, Forbes has highlighted young scientists and entrepreneurs for our annual 30 Under 30 list, with the help of nominations from the public. To be considered for this year’s list, all candidates had to be under the age of 30 as of April 9, 2024, and never before named to an 30 Under 30 North America, Asia or Europe list.

Candidates were evaluated by a panel of judges featuring Josef Aschbacher , director general of the European Space Agency; Johanna Bergman , head of strategic initiatives at AI Sweden; Deepali Nangia , partner at Speedinvest; and Stefan Woxström , senior vice president of Europe & Canada at AstraZeneca.

Donnelly isn’t the only innovator on the list trying to make it easier to get access to care. There’s also Charlie Bullock , 28, and Oliver Knight , 27, cofounders of Scan.com, which is a marketplace where patients can find and book medical imaging appointments. Dhruv Agrawal , 25, and Faith Jiwakhan , 27, cofounders of Poland-based Aether Biomedical have built a prosthetic hand and combined sensors, AI and software to make the device smarter and easier-to-use for patients. Antonia Agape Pontiki , 29, a teaching fellow at King’s College London, is also transforming prostheses by using 3D printing technology to make them patient-specific. This includes prosthetic ribs to help rebuild chest walls after surgery, as well as artificial organs that can be used by medical students to practice on without requiring cadavers.

Other list makers are tackling women’s health issues, an area that has historically received paltry investment dollars despite women making up half of the global population. With Spain-based The Blue Box Biomedical Solutions, Judit Giró Benet , 27, aims to tackle the breast cancer screening gap among women aged 20 to 49 by developing a tabletop device that uses AI to analyze biomarkers in a urine sample. Emilė Radytė, 29, and Alex Cook , 26, cofounded Samphire Neuroscience to develop a non-invasive device that looks like a headband, which delivers small electrical pulses to the brain for women experiencing pain or mood disorders during menstruation. With BoobyBiome, Sioned Jones , 29, and Tara O’Driscoll , 29, want to help babies and mothers who have challenges breastfeeding by developing a formula supplement from breast milk containing key microbiome species.

Honorees on this year’s list also include those doing scientific research, like Anqui Wang , 29, whose research into membrane materials aims to help produce longer-lived, less expensive batteries. Then there’s Emanuele Aucone , 28, who’s using drones to track wildlife in hard to reach places. Speaking of hard-to-reach places, Hanne Biesmans , 27, is developing electrodes that can assemble themselves inside the body in order to treat certain conditions. On the other end of the spectrum, Albert Sneppen , 25, studies the entirety of the universe, looking for answers to questions about how black holes work and how galaxies evolve.

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Probably the biggest technological advance of the past couple of years is artificial intelligence, and there are plenty of applications for AI in science and healthcare. Take Amine Raji , 29, for example. His company Spore Bio is using AI to detect dangerous pathogens in food before they hit the market. Then there’s Robin Visvanathar , 29, whose company Ionlace is doing something similar in the body–using AI to detect tiny signs of cancer and other diseases. Meanwhile there’s CardiaTec Biosciences, cofounded by Thelma Zablocki , 25, and Raphael Peralata , 25, which is using AI to better understand the biology of the heart to develop new treatments for cardiovascular conditions.

This year’s list was edited by Katie Jennings, Ragnhildur Þrastardóttir, Katherine Wessling and Alex Knapp. For a link to our complete 2024 Under 30 Europe Science and Healthcare list, click here , and for full 2024 30 Under 30 Europe coverage, click here .

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