5 Concert Tours Not to Miss This Summer

Some of the greatest live performers will be on tour during the summer of 2013.

With that in mind, plan now so you don’t miss this season’s hottest concerts and world tours.

Justin Timberlake

Since launching his solo career in 2002, Justin Timberlake established himself as a talented pop artist.

He’ll be touring with Jay-Z this summer while promoting the recent launch of the 20/20 Experience album.

You’ll be able to find concert tickets from mid-July to mid-August throughout the United States and a few select areas in Canada.

Ticket prices start in the $60 range in many venues. In more expensive venues, prices start around $150.


Beyonce’s Super Bowl halftime show skyrocketed her to one of the hottest performers of the year.

Her 2013 world tour is sure to please large crowds in North America, Asia, Europe and Australia.

She’ll be completing her European tour in the end of May and she’ll be touring throughout the United States and Canada between June and August.

Ticket prices range $50 to $200 depending on the venue.

Bruno Mars

Bruno Mars’ career has really taken off over the past year. He performed at the Grammys and opened at the Billboard Awards earlier this year.

Already in 2013, he’s performed on Ellen, the Today’s Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and the Voice.

If you want tickets to see him perform live this summer, you’ll need to act fast. Many of his performances have sold out already.

Concert dates in the United States begin in mid-June and run straight through the end of August. He’ll also be hitting several Canadian venues and in October, he’ll be headed for the United Kingdom.

Many affordable venues offer ticket prices starting in the $55 range.

Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones will be celebrating their 50th anniversary this year. Their 50 and Counting Tour is destined to be legendary.

If you hope to catch them this summer in North America, you’ll need to act fast. They’re only on tour until the end of June in the United States and Canada.

In July, they’ll be heading off to London.

The good news, however, is that some of the remaining concerts haven’t sold out. As a result, the prices have dropped.

Tickets still aren’t cheap, as many of the reduced tickets are still selling for just under $200, but it’s a bargain to see these rock legends.

Dave Matthews Band

Attending a Dave Matthews Band concert has become a staple of summer for many concert goers. With the exception of 2011, the band has performed an extensive summer concert tour throughout the United States and Europe since 1991.

The Dave Matthews Band puts on a great concert. Their amazing light and video show is simple but effective. They keep the focus on the music and showcase their talent.

The Dave Matthews Band is already touring the United States and concerts will continue straight through September.

Seeing the Dave Matthews Band live is still very affordable for anyone from college students to large families. Many ticket prices start around $20.

Start planning your summer concert circuit right away to get tickets to the hottest 2013 concert tours.

About the Author: Amy Morin writes about topics such as psychology and business, as well as successful business people such as Steve Wynn.

About Karen Woodham

Karen Woodham is the founder and owner of the Blazing Minds blog an avid blogger of all sorts of interesting and odd things. She is also a Cinema Film Reviewer, based in Rhyl, where she reviews the latest movies and is a bit of a local celebrity, a new generation of online journalist. Follow Karen Woodham on Twitter, Facebook and
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4 Responses to 5 Concert Tours Not to Miss This Summer

  1. lee howard says:

    theres a bigger, better tour on its way Karen, and I will be in the front row. not until November so maybe not the summer. cant wait for the Piano Man.

  2. Jason Benway says:

    During the summer I think music festivals are the best way to enjoy a few shows. I’m looking forward to the Unity music festival in Muskegon it will be our first time going. http://www.unitymusicfestival.com

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