Special Report

100 Most Popular Musicians on Tour in 2019

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90. The Offspring
> Total number of shows: 13
> Followers on Songkick: 744,467
> Most recent album: Days Go By (2012)

Despite Offspring guitarist Kevin “Noodles” Wasserman recently reporting that the band was currently working on two new records, the rockers have 13 concerts lined up. While the majority of shows will take place overseas, the band will be playing at Camp Anarchy in Thornville, Ohio this May.

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89. Robbie Williams
> Total number of shows: 16
> Followers on Songkick: 477,157
> Most recent album: The Heavy Entertainment Show (2016)

English singer Robbie Williams will be kicking off his first ever Las Vegas residency this March. The concerts will take place into July 2019.

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88. Evanescence
> Total number of shows: 3
> Followers on Songkick: 675,124
> Most recent album: Synthesis (2017)

American rock band Evanescence has a mere three tour dates currently scheduled in 2019, with shows in Jacksonville, Florida; Rockingham, North Carolina; and Camden, New Jersey. Vocalist Amy Lee reported this past summer that the band was also planning to work on a new album.

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87. Marshmello
> Total number of shows: 3
> Followers on Songkick: 348,373
> Most recent album: Joytime II (2018)

Marshmello, aka Christopher Comstock, is an electronic music producer, DJ, and masked performer whose tour destinations include Australia in February, Sweden in May and June, and Germany in June.

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86. Tame Impala
> Total number of shows: 7
> Followers on Songkick: 789,520
> Most recent album: Currents (2015)

This Australian-born psychedelic/dance band has seven concerts scheduled for spring and summer of this year, including appearances in Paris, Barcelona, and Helsinki as well as Atlanta and (for Coachella 2019) Indio, California. Tame Impala frontman Kevin Parker has announced that the group hopes to release a new album this summer.

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85. Diana Ross
> Total number of shows: 13
> Followers on Songkick: 236,895
> Most recent album: I Love You (2006)

The 74-year-old diva shows no signs of slowing down. After kicking off 2019 with an appearance on Jan. 9 at the Walt Disney Theater in Orlando, Florida, she is scheduled for a dozen other concert dates just in the first two months of the year, all but one at the Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas.

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84. T-Pain
> Total number of shows: 19
> Followers on Songkick: 797,067
> Most recent album: Oblivion (2017)

The Tallahassee, Florida, native, born Faheem Najm, who broke through with the R&B single “I’m Sprung” in 2005, will tour the Northeast, Georgia, and Texas in the first three months of the year, then tour California for four concerts in April.

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83. Chicago
> Total number of shows: 1
> Followers on Songkick: 301,350
> Most recent album: Chicago XXXVI: Now (2014)

This rock-and-roll horn band, formed way back in 1967, is scheduled to play the Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix, AZ this February. So far, no plans to perform in its eponymous home city.

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82. The Kooks
> Total number of shows: 30
> Followers on Songkick: 908,219
> Most recent album: Let’s Go Sunshine (2018)

An English indie-rock band that debuted in 2006, the Kooks will tour this year from the second week in February (Oakland, California) through the second week in August (Piestany, Slovakia).

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81. Willie Nelson
> Total number of shows: 24
> Followers on Songkick: 339,217
> Most recent album: My Way (2018)

The legendary 85-year-old singer and songwriter, who has transcended the country genre to become one of the nation’s best-known popular vocalists of any kind, hit the road on Jan. 7 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, starting a 15-city tour that ends in New Braunfels, Texas, on April 13.