The dust from Coachella has settled, Memorial Day weekend has come and gone, and the 2018 summer concert season is underway.

This year’s roster includes some of the usual suspects–Dead & Company, Florence and The Machine–and surprises like Bey’s tour with Jay and Drake’s tour with Migos.

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But don’t just take our word for it! Check out the list of summer’s hottest tours below.

Taylor Swift ‘Reputation’ Tour

Dates: 5/8 – 10/6
Taylor Swift’s Reputation Tour kicked off earlier this month at the University of Phoenix Stadium and, based on reviews thus far, it might be her most critically successful trek to-date. Expect song mash-ups, outfit changes, piano ballads and impressive onstage visuals to accompany a Reputation heavy setlist. Click here for tickets & tour dates.

Maroon 5 ‘Red Pill Blues’ Tour

Dates: 5/30 – 10/15
Named after their sixth studio release, Maroon 5’s Red Pill Blues Tour will begin on May 30 at the Tacoma Dome, the first of many stops on this lengthy summer/fall trek. After shows in the South and Midwest, the band will wrap things up with two nights at Madison Square Garden in October. Julia Michaels will be on tap as tour support. Click here for tickets & tour dates.

Beyonce & Jay-Z ‘OTR 2’ Tour

Dates: 7/25 – 10/4
Catch pop’s power couple this summer at the On the Run 2 Tour. Nearly four years to the day of Beyonce and Jay-Z’s original OTR tour start, things kick off on July 25 in Cleveland, OH at the FirstEnergy Stadium. They’ll make stops at major venues across the country, culminating in an October 4 show at Seattle’s CenturyLink Field. Click here for tickets & tour dates.

Drake & Migos ‘Aubrey and the Three Migos’ Tour

Dates: 7/26 – 11/17
It’s a match made in hip-hop heaven: Drake and Migos are teaming up for a joint North American tour. Catch Drake and Migos on the Aubrey and The Three Migos tour starting July 26 in Salt Lake City, UT at the Vivint Smart Home Arena. On the docket are multiple nights in Chicago, NYC/Brooklyn and Los Angeles. Click here for tickets & tour dates.

CHVRCHES ‘Love is Dead’ Tour

Dates: 8/2 – 10/20
Synth-pop trio CHVRCHES are hitting the road later this summer in support of their new album Love is Dead. The tour kicks off with a performance at this year’s Lollapalooza, followed by stops throughout the West Coast and South East. The final show is going down at Boston’s Orpheum Theatre on October 20. Click here for tickets & tour dates.

Florence and The Machine ‘High As Hope’ Tour

Dates: 8/5 – 10/20
Florence and The Machine just dropped a last-minute summer tour set to launch in early August. The High as Hope tour (also the name of the band’s new album) includes stops in Lake Tahoe, Portland, San Diego and New York City. Grizzly Bear, Perfume Genius, St. Vincent, Lizzo and more will rotate as tour support. Click here for tickets & tour dates.

J. Cole The ‘KOD’ Tour

Dates: 8/9 – 10/10
Earlier this month J. Cole announced a whopping 34-date tour slated for the end of summer/early part of fall. The hip-hop star will be joined by Young Thug for the majority of The KOD Tour, which begins on August 9 in Miami at the American Airlines Arena. After performances in Oakland, Denver, Chicago and more, the tour comes to a close on October 10 at TD Garden in Boston. Click here for tickets & tour dates.

Ed Sheeran ‘Divide’ Tour

Dates: 8/18 – 11/10
The ever-touring Ed Sheeran is kicking off his Divide tour in August, although it will stretch far past the summer. Catch the pop star beginning August 18 in Pasadena, CA at the Rose Bowl, followed by concerts at major sport stadiums throughout the Pacific Northwest and East Coast. Click here for tickets & tour dates.

Fall Out Boy ‘MANIA’ Tour

Dates: 8/29 – 10/10
In support of their brand new seventh studio release, Mania, Fall Out Boy will hit the road for a tour of the same name. The lengthy trek will span the end of summer through fall, and kicks off on August 29 in Uniondale, NY at Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Joining Fall Out Boy as tour opener is Machine Gun Kelly, as well as Rise Against who will be on tap for the Chicago show only. Click here for tickets & tour dates.

Ozzy Osbourne ‘No More Tours 2’ Tour

Dates: 8/30 – 10/13
Black Sabbath finally called it quits last year after a 40-year run and lengthy farewell tour. Now frontman Ozzy is stepping out on his own for one last solo run. The Prince of Darkness will hit the road later this year for the No More Tours 2 tour, which kicks off in the United States on August 30 at the PPL Center in Allentown, PA. Click here for tickets & tour dates.

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