After a year with almost no concerts, festivals, and fun; a plethora of high-caliber artists are about to announce major 2021 and 2022 tours.  Here's what we know.


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I cannot wait to see amazing artists like Maren Morris and John Mayer on stage again, in person.  What about you?  With changes in CDC policies, a whole bunch of artists has announced at least 1 show and a few have confirmed tours for this summer, this fall, and even next year.  So far the list includes:

  • Justin Bieber
  • Black Crowes
  • Santana
  • Earth, Wind, & Fire
  • Def Leppard
  • Motley Crue
  • Poison
  • Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
  • Dead and Company (featuring John Mayer)
  • Green Day
  • Fall Out Boy
  • Weezer
  • Guns N Roses
  • Michael Buble
  • Eric Church
  • Brad Paisley
  • Dirks Bentley
  • Dave Matthews
  • BTS
  • Pitbull
  • George Strait

That's already a reason to celebrate.  Even better, I know of 4 more massive concert shows/tours being announced between now and Memorial Day.  This summer is going to be amazing!  The first big announcement is of particular interest to 92.7 WOBM and 94.3 The Point fans.  Both stations will make the announcement Wednesday (May 19th, 2021) in the 10 am hour.  There will be plenty more coming for their fans and fans of 105.7 The Hawk and The New Beach 104.1 too!  So, who do YOU want to see in concert?

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