100 Most Popular Musicians on Tour in 2019

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100. Incubus
> Total number of shows: 4
> Followers on Songkick: 675,465
> Most recent album: 8 (2017)

Incubus have a number of shows lined up in support of their most recent studio album “8.” The album was partially produced and mixed by dubstep giant Skrillex.

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99. Kodak Black
> Total number of shows: 1
> Followers on Songkick: 369,978
> Most recent album: Dying to Live (2018)

Following his release from prison in August 2018, 21-year-old rapper Kodak Black released his No. 1 album — “Dying to Live” — in December. Black currently only has one concert scheduled for 2019, and it will take place at Ovens Auditorium in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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98. Diplo
> Total number of shows: 19
> Followers on Songkick: 605,749
> Most recent album: Florida (2004)

American DJ Diplo has a string of tour dates across the U.S. scheduled for 2019. He hasn’t released a solo full-length album in years, yet he has no shortage of new material considering his extensive work collaborating with other artists.

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97. Tyler, The Creator
> Total number of shows: 2
> Followers on Songkick: 647,691
> Most recent album: Flower Boy (2017)

The all-around productive Tyler, The Creator has two major concerts lined up for 2019. The rapper will be co-headlining the Governors Ball Music Festival in New York and is also playing the Firefly Music Festival in Dover, Delaware.

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96. Wu-Tang Clan
> Total number of shows: 4
> Followers on Songkick: 449,643
> Most recent album: Once Upon a Time in Shaolin (2015)

Wu-Tang Clan, the legendary hip hop group from Staten Island, has four shows scheduled near the end of January 2019: two nights in Philadelphia and two in New York.

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95. Tim McGraw
> Total number of shows: 17
> Followers on Songkick: 614,150
> Most recent album: The Rest of Our Life (2017)

Country music singer Tim McGraw will be playing a number of shows in the U.S. and Canada before shipping off to Australia later this year. McGraw is highly active on the road, wrapping his “Soul2Soul” world tour with wife Faith Hill just this past summer.

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94. Mary J. Blige
> Total number of shows: 2
> Followers on Songkick: 635,430
> Most recent album: Strength of a Woman (2017)

Singer Mary J. Blige has only two shows scheduled, starting this summer. The first is a part of the Cincinnati Music Festival, and the second will take place in Southaven, Mississippi.

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93. Iron Maiden
> Total number of shows: 40
> Followers on Songkick: 531,694
> Most recent album: The Book of Souls (2015)

English heavy metal rockers Iron Maiden continue to live the life of road dogs over 40 years after forming. This July, the band will continue its “Legacy of the Beast” tour, with metal band The Raven Age scheduled to open each show.

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92. Norah Jones
> Total number of shows: 11
> Followers on Songkick: 641,327
> Most recent album: Day Breaks (2016)

Norah Jones has 11 concerts currently scheduled, including a Willie Nelson concert celebration in Nashville, Tennessee. While Jones hasn’t released a full length album since 2016’s “Day Breaks,” she did release a new song, “Wintertime,” this past year.

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91. Lupe Fiasco
> Total number of shows: 1
> Followers on Songkick: 796,792
> Most recent album: Drogas Wave (2018)

Lupe Fiasco fans living near Los Angeles have reason to rejoice — the rapper’s one concert scheduled for 2019 is taking place in the California city. Fiasco will almost certainly perform songs from his recent album “Drogas Wave.”