What does Coldplay, Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Bastille, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Green Day have in common?
They are just some of the latest music artists to announce tours for next year.
Some of the biggest names in rock music, country music, and alternative rock music will hit the road across the U.S. in 2017, and music fans can start making plans now to see their favorite band play live in Kansas City and other nearby Midwest cities. The best prices for concert tickets are available at www.TicketsForLess.com.
Upcoming 2017 concert tours
Chris Martin and his band recently announced the first 18 dates for their “Head Full of Dreams Tour” North American Tour. Tickets are on sale now.
Soul2Soul World Tour: Tim McGraw & Faith Hill
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are celebrating the 10th anniversary of their 2006 Soul2Soul II tour with a tour in 2017. The huge 65 city World Tour starts in New Orleans and wraps up in October in New York City.
June 10 — Des Moines, Iowa @ Wells Fargo Arena
Sept. 23 — Kansas City, Mo. @ Sprint Center
Red Hot Chili Peppers
RHCP have announced the concert dates for their upcoming 2017 North American Getaway tour. The 24-stop tour stars in San Antonio on January 5th and will travel throughout the U.S. and Canada before ending on March 18th in Vancouver.
Green Day will hit the road starting March 2017 in support of their latest album, Revolution Radio. The 24 date tour kicks off in Phoenix and wraps up in San Diego. Against Me! will be the opening act for the entire tour.
April 3 – Des Moines, IA @ Wells Fargo Arena
Tickets go on sale this month. So bookmark Green Day Tickets and check back regularly for your chance to see them live.
Bastille unveiled their Wild, Wild World Tour dates for six weeks in 2017 to promote their new album, Wild World. The tour starts in Toronto on March 24 and will end on May 12 in Raleigh.
Depeche Mode JUST announced the first leg of the Global Spirit Tour that begins next year in 2017. Following their European leg, the tour will continue with shows in North and South America.