It’s been a tough couple of years for the music industry. After the Covid-19 pandemic effectively shut down live shows, many artists have struggled to figure out their next move.

But as many musicians have noticed over the past couple of years, it’s a relief to slowly return to live performances. Not only is touring one of the most lucrative ways to make a living for artists, but the interaction with the audience is hard to replicate on screen.

For some, like Bruce Springsteen, 2023 will be the first time they hit the road for a real tour before the pandemic. (Springsteen hasn’t toured with the E Street Band since 2017.) “I’m really looking forward to it myself,” he said. A rolling stone. “We have a lot of fun.” Meanwhile, Joni Mitchell is scheduled to perform her first full-length concert in more than two decades, and Blink-182 are retooled for a major international tour.

For others, 2023 will feel different than years past. Depeche Mode will embark on their first tour since the death of founding member Andy Fletcher. In the year Dead & Company, which formed in 2015, will embark on what is said to be their final tour together. Bob Weir promises an “exciting, celebratory and moving final show.”

In short, there’s a lot to look forward to in 2023. We’ve rounded up the most anticipated rock tours we know of yet.

2023 Rock Tour Preview

Reunions, farewells and highly anticipated performances are on the horizon.


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