Our Top Concert Tour Predictions for 2020

The end of 2019 is approaching fast, and music lovers everywhere are on pins and needles about possible concert tours in the works for 2020. If you are too impatient to wait for an official announcement from your favorite artist to see if they’re planning to hit the road in the upcoming year, you’re not the only one! We feel your pain, and we’re here to help!

Booking Agent Info helped us get in touch with several industry insiders to get the latest scoop. Here’s what we’ve found out about potential albums and tours for the upcoming year:


K-pop fans are already squealing at the possibility of a 2020 tour for ATEET. Although no official dates have been announced, band insiders are subtly dropping hints about potential tour stops in the upcoming year.

Missy Elliot

Missy Elliot is a rap icon who never quits releasing new music and thrilling her fans with live performances. We’ve heard rumors of a 2020 tour announcement by the end of this year.


We’ve heard rumors of a massive world tour for Beyoncé in 2020. Her recent album Homecoming: The Live Album was hugely successful so fans should plan on putting this can’t miss tour on their bucket list for next year.


Adele fans were heartbroken when she announced that she may not tour again after her last tour back in 2017. However, there are new rumors being leaked from inside sources that she’s back in the studio and a fourth album is in the works. Fans are crossing their fingers for a 2020 tour to accompany the release of the new album.

Harry Styles

Harry Styles is back in the spotlight with his new single “Lights Up,” and there’s a new album in the works, too. Fans can look forward to the possibility of a tour announcement for 2020.

The Jonas Brothers

The Jonas Brothers haven’t released any new music since 2009, but they took the music world by storm with their 2019 album, Happiness Begins. Much to the delight of fans, they’ve been touring in 2019, but there’s so much demand that we may see additional dates added for 2020.

DJ Khaled

DJ Khaled released the wildly successful album Father of Asahd in 2019. We believe a 2020 tour might also be in the works.

The Dixie Chicks

The Dixie Chicks haven’t released any new music in 13 years, but there’s been an official announcement of a new album on the way. We’ve heard that it will likely be released by the end of the year and wouldn’t be surprised if a tour announcement accompanies the release of the album.

Billie Eilish

Teenage star Billie Eilish has huge plans for 2020, including a stadium tour that has fans on the edge of their seats. This one is a sure thing and has been named the Where Do We Go? World Tour.


There always seems to a rumor floating around that AC/DC will be going on tour, but this year it might actually be true. Mike Fraser, AC/DC’s music Engineer, has confirmed that a new album is in the works. With the band in the studio, it’s likely that an album tour will happen this year as well.

The Avett Brothers

If you’re an Avett Brothers fan, you already know that that just released a new album last month. We didn’t have to dig too much to find out that a 2020 tour to promote the new album is pretty likely.


The K-pop trend hasn’t lost any traction in 2019. The popular group BlackPink grew its US following with stops in major US cities during their recent In Your Area tour. Fans will be excited to hear that there are rumors of another, possibly larger tour throughout the US in 2020.


We’re hearing a lot of rumors about a new album from Coldplay before the end of the year. The group has been resting and recording for most of 2019, so there’s also a strong possibility of a tour in the works. Industry insiders are hinting at a massive world tour that could be one of the biggest tours for the coming year.

Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez has been working on her next album for two years, and we’ve heard that it may be released before the end of 2019. There have also been hints of a tour in 2020 to promote her new music.

Bon Jovi

Bon Jovi has actually been on a world tour called This House Is Not For Sale since early 2017, but there haven’t been any stops in the US since mid-2018. There are some rumors that the iconic rock band will finally hit some North American cities in the upcoming year.


Impatient Rihanna fans have been waiting for new music from their favorite star since 2014. Rumors of a new album release have been leaked on her social media, so they won’t have to wait much longer. In fact, with a new album coming soon, fans can also cross their fingers for a tour in 2020.

It looks like 2020 could be a big year for music fans! We hope to see several artists come back into the spotlight by the end of 2019 with new music and official tour dates for next year. Only time will tell if our predictions are right.

Written by CelebMix