It may be getting tiresome seeing news about the latest artist to cancel their tour, but some musicians are already laying the groundwork for what their future looks like.
There’s many artists we’re still waiting on to make announcements about their rescheduled tour dates. Those will all come in due time.
Here’s a list of artists, broken down by genre, that have already announced new dates for their previously postponed tours.
Little Big Town - Their tour now runs from August 2020 to January 2021.
Chris Stapleton - Stapleton’s lengthy U.S. Tour has dates stretching from April to October 2021.
Kenny Chesney - Chesney’s Chilliaxification Tour will now take place in summer 2021 beginning in May with shows every Saturday night until the end of August.
Kane Brown - The country star was only a few stops into his tour when he was forced to postpone. His tour has been rescheduled and will now begin in March 2021.
Brooks & Dunn - The country duo’s Reboot Tour will now take place in the fall of 2021 beginning in September and ending in October.
Thomas Rhett, Cole Swindell, Hardy - Thomas Rhett’s lengthy tour will now take place in summer 2021 beginning in June and ending in September.
Tyler Farr - Far has moved a handful of dates to fall 2020 with shows taking place in October and November.
Luke Bryan - Luke Bryan’s Proud To Be Right Here Tour has been pushed to summer 2021 beginning in late May and wrapping up in October.
Luke Combs - The country star has revealed new dates for his tour with a handful of dates in June and August 2021 before kicking into high gear in September. The tour wraps up December 2021 in Boston.
Rage Against The Machine - Their tour with Run the Jewels now starts in June 2021 and concludes in August.
Phish - Phish has rescheduled their U.S. tour to summer 2021 taking place between July and September.
New Order and Pet Shop Boys - Their North American Unity Tour is now set to kick off in September 2021.
Dave Matthews Band - DMB’s tour has been postponed until 2021 kicking off in June and ending in October.
Foo Fighters - The band’s 25th anniversary Van Tour will now take place in December 2020.
Thom Yorke - Yorke’s tour has moved to fall 2020 beginning in late September and wrapping up in October.
James Taylor and Jackson Browne - The duo’s lengthy North American tour will now begin in May 2021 and wrap up in July.
Ringo Starr - The Beatles drummer pushed back all of his dates with his All Starr Band until June 2021.
Tool - Tool made the decision to cancel their upcoming tour in order to give fans back their money instead of continually rescheduling dates.
Slipknot - Like Tool, Slipknot canceled their summer tour. Instead of canceling the band’s annual festival, Slipknot will be reimagining Knotfest as a virtual event this year.
The Doobie Brothers - The Doobie Brothers 50th Anniversary Tour with special guest Michael McDonald is now slated to begin in July 2021.
The Decemberists - The indie group will now be celebrating their 20th anniversary in 2021 with their rescheduled tour beginning in July.
Green Day/Fall Out Boy/Weezer - The vaunted Hella Mega Tour that was scheduled to hit stadiums across the country has been rescheduled to summer 2021 kicking off in July and ending in late August.
Santana and Earth, Wind and Fire - The Miraculous Supernatural Tour featuring the two legendary artists has been pushed to summer 2021 with the tour kicking off in June and ending in August.
Mötley Crüe and Def Leppard - Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison, and Joan Jett were all set to embark on a massive stadium tour, which will now begin June 2021 and end September 2021.
Disturbed - Disturbed's The Sickness's 20th anniversary tour has been pushed back to 2021 and will now begin in July.
My Chemical Romance - MCR's long-awaited reunion tour has been put on pause as the band rescheduled the tour to begin in September and end in October 2021.
Primus - Primus was set to tour with a live tribute show to Rush. That tour will take place from June to August 2021 with Wolfmother, The Sword, and Battles providing support on select dates.
Goo Goo Dolls - The Goo Goo Dolls summer tour has been rescheduled to summer 2021 beginning in July and ending in September.
Megadeth and Lamb Of God - The heavy metal tour recently announced new dates for their previously postponed tour. The tour will now begin in July 2021 in Detroit and wrap up in Las Vegas in September 2021.
Steely Dan and Steve Winwood - The rock legends After Hours Tour has been rescheduled to summer 2021 beginning in June and ending in July.
Barenaked Ladies, Gin Blossoms, Toad The Wet Sprocket - The trio will now be hitting the road in summer 2021 kicking off their tour on June 4, 2021 in Atlanta and wrapping it up July 21, 2021 in Toronto.
Deftones - Deftones tour alongside Gojira and Poppy has moved to 2021 kicking off in August and ending in late September.
Wilco & Sleater-Kinney - The joint tour set to take place in August 2020 has moved back a year and will now happen in August 2021.
Aerosmith - Aerosmith only had one date scheduled this summer, but it was supposed to be a big one. The group was set to celebrate their 50th anniversary at Fenway Park, but will now do so next year as the date has been rescheduled to September 14, 2021.
Tedeschi Trucks Band - Tedeschi Trucks Band has moved their summer tour to 2021 with a handful of shows in June and many in July.
Eagles - The Eagles Hotel California tour featuring Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit, with Deacon Frey and Vince Gill now takes place in September and October 2021.
Rammstein - Rammstein’s North American tour will now take place in 2021 beginning in Montreal on August 22 and wrapping up in Mexico City on October 1.
Bikini Kill - The band’s lengthy tour has been rescheduled for fall 2021 beginning in September and wrapping up in late November.
Hall & Oates - Hall & Oates have pushed their tour with special guest Squeeze back to 2021 beginning in August and wrapping up in October.
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard - King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard postponed their North American tour to 2021, which will now take place in October.
Hip Hop and R&B
Snoop Dogg - Several Snoop Dogg concerts have been pushed back until the fall of 2020.
Nelly - Nelly’s tour dates have been pushed back to fall 2020 with several shows taking place between September and December.
Millennium Tour - The Millennium Tour featuring Omarion, Bow Wow, Ashanti, Pretty Ricky, and Soulja Boy will now take place in 2021 starting in March and wrapping up in May.
Alicia Keys - Keys pushed her lengthy world tour back to 2021 with her first North American date taking place July 27 and wrapping up on September 21.
The Weeknd - His lengthy The After Hours Tour has been pushed back to summer 2021 beginning in June and ending in September.
Louis The Child - Louis The Child made the decision to reschedule their entire tour until 2021 beginning in July and ending in October.
Harry Styles - Harry Styles was set to embark on an extensive North American tour with special guest Jenny Lewis, but that has now been rescheduled until summer 2021.
Backstreet Boys - Their extensive DNA World Tour has been postponed until summer 2021 with the band beginning their US portion in June and wrapping up in September.
Lindsey Stirling - Stirling's North American tour has been postponed until summer 2021 beginning in July and ending in August.
Lady Gaga - Lady Gaga had a handful of shows in support of her new album Chromatica. These have since been rescheduled to the following dates. August 7 - Boston, August 16 - Toronto, August 19 - East Rutherford, NJ, and August 27 - Chicago.
John Legend - Legend’s lengthy Bigger Love Tour across North America has now been rescheduled to 2021. The tour will kick off in Dallas in August 2021 and wrap up in Houston in September 2021.
Maroon 5 - Maroon 5’s massive summer tour has now been rescheduled until summer 2021. Individual dates are still forthcoming, but tickets held for this summer’s shows will be honored.
Jojo Siwa - The Nickelodeon star’s D.R.E.A.M. tour has been rescheduled to summer 2021 beginning in June and wrapping up in August.
JoJo - JoJo’s Good To Know Tour has been rescheduled to 2021 beginning in April and ending in May.
Monsta X - The K-Pop superstars have pushed their North American tour to spring 2021 beginning in April and wrapping up in Late May.
Maroon 5 - Maroon 5’s tour has been pushed back until summer 2021 beginning July 15 and wrapping up in Los Angeles on October 2.
Justin Bieber - Justin Bieber’s World Tour has been pushed back to summer 2021. Additional shows in New York City, Boston, Atlanta, Chicago, Philadelphia, and more were added to his itinerary which begins in June and ends in August.
Halsey - Halsey’s Manic Tour was interrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Her tour will resume in June 2021 and wrap up at the end of July.