Biggest tours of 2023 yet

17 July 2023
Let’s delve into some of the most anticipated tours of the year and explore what awaits as the calendar unfolds.
Biggest Tours of 2023

Lights, camera, action! It’s that time of the year when music fans eagerly anticipate the grandest tours by their favourite artists. Brace yourselves as the stage is set, and the spotlight shines on these musical talents, ready to entertain with their chart-topping hits and awe-inspiring performances.

From the globally acclaimed Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour, generating a storm on social media, to Burna Boy’s upcoming spectacle in South Africa this September 2023 has truly been a year of exceptional musical journeys.

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Beyoncé: Undoubtedly the most anticipated tour of 2023, Queen Bey’s Renaissance World Tour took flight in Stockholm, Sweden, back in June. Currently, in its final leg across the United States, this tour has been nothing short of a spectacle.

Taylor Swift: Featuring powerhouse acts like Paramore and Gayle, Taylor Swift's highly anticipated Eras Tour. The tour showcases the evolution of Taylor Swift’s music and persona throughout the years.

Drake and 21 Savage: Next on our list are the dynamic duo of Drake and 21 Savage, presenting the It’s All A Blur Tour. The tour consists of 56 dates across the United States and Canada.

Kendrick Lamar: The multi-platinum, Grammy-award-winning artist Kendrick Lamar tour includes a day in South Africa this December at The Hey Neighbour Festival.

SZA: Supporting her second studio album, SZA’s SOS Tour embarks on an exhilarating arena tour with originally scheduled 18 North American dates.

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