Going to a big concert, especially if it is of your favorite artist, is usually the highlight of any music lover’s year. From the moment you find out your favorite band will be on tour near you, your heart starts to race. You have an insatiable need to go to that concert. You will do anything to be at that concert. You save your money just to secure your concert tickets and be a part of the tour.
As the days start to count down towards the concert, you listen to the artist’s music as much as possible, making sure you know all the words to sing along and show your support. You don’t even mind waiting in line, because you are so excited about the fact you are about to see the artist live in concert.
Now the D-Day is here. You get overwhelmed by the charm of being at a live concert. You get to see the real talent of the artist up close and personal. You start to notice that all the other fans are filled with just as much excitement as you are to be at the concert. Their excitement is contagious and you get even more excited until that moment when the artist first walks on stage… then you burst in an eruption of joy and elation.
With big live concerts of famous artists on tour, the concert is always an impressive show, not just the artists singing, but the additional entertainment and theatrics are everywhere. You get and stay in that trance while it lasts. You leave the show on a high you’ve never experienced before, a high that will last for days and every time you think of being back at the concert. As many big artists go on tour, you are bound to get to see your favourite artists as they travel the states.
Some of the biggest tours that are coming up throughout the United States over the next months, concerts you won’t want to miss, even if the artist is not your favorite, because you’ll still enjoy the live show, are the Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour, The Who World Tour and The Garth Brooks World Tour.
The two most anticipated tours that are happening in the next few months across the US are:
- Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour: Whether you’ll admit it or not, Taylor Swift has some catchy tunes. Her concert will knock the socks off of anyone who sees her live. You can see her live across the US from now until the end of October before she crosses the ocean to go to Asia. Her show is big, punchy and she makes sure that everyone gets an intimate experience, whatever row you are sitting in.
- Garth Brooks World Tour: If a little country is more your style, do not miss out on Garth Brooks World Tour. Garth Brooks came out of retirement after 13 years just for you. You can catch Garth Brooks near your hometown from now until mid-December and then he’ll start back up again on another leg of the US tour in January.