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The Jonas Brothers, Pink and Morgan Wallen were also among the artists who returned to the road for highly anticipated tours this year.

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Taylor Swift; Beyoncé; Drake

Dozens of artists hit the road during 2023 to bring their music to sold-out venues across the globe.

The first half of the year started off strong with artists and bands like Harry Styles, Journey, Carrie Underwood, SZA, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Reba McEntire, Janet Jackson, Lizzo, Blink-182, Charlie Puth, Billy Idol, Wiz Khalifa, Bebe Rexha and Black Pink heading out on their headlining tours.

Some artists had such sought-after tickets for their tours, including Taylor Swift and Beyoncé, that it led to sites, such as Ticketmaster, completely crashing when tickets dropped.

Many summer nights were also filled with good tunes this year as artists including Alicia Keys, Post Malone, Paramore, Chris Stapleton, Boygenius, Lionel Richie, Melissa Etheridge and Maggie Rogers set out on tours during the warmer months.

Concert tours are not only an opportunity for artists to promote their latest albums or to highlight their entire music catalogs, but it’s also a chance for their fans to come together to celebrate the music and musicians that they look up to and love. Those attending shows for artists such as Swift, Beyoncé and Styles often dress to impress, going all out for their outfits. Beyoncé even asked her fans to specifically come to her Virgo season concerts for her Renaissance World Tour decked out in silver and chrome, to celebrate her astrological sign. Swifties, inspired by the lyric “Make the friendship bracelets, take the moment and taste it …” from her song “You’re on Your Own, Kid,” made themed bracelets to trade and hand out to other fans at each of the stops on her Eras Tour.

The performers often praise their fans for all their love and support, like Swift writing on social media in July after her stops in Seattle, Washington, “Thank you for everything. All the cheering, screaming, jumping, dancing, singing at the top of your lungs.”

But if you missed the opportunity to see your favorite artists earlier this year, don’t worry, because The Hollywood Reporter has compiled a list of some of the most anticipated concert tours happening this fall, below.

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift

Tour: Eras Tour (March 2023 – November 2024)

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour, the singer’s sixth headlining tour, is described as a journey through all of her musical eras, including  Fearless ,  Lover ,  Evermore ,  1989 ,  Speak Now ,  Reputation  and more. She is set to perform 146 shows across five continents, with each performance featuring a staggering 44-song setlist spanning more than three hours. Swift finished the first U.S. leg at the beginning of August and will return to the U.S. for the second leg in October 2024.


Tour:  Renaissance World Tour (May – October 2023)

Beyoncé’s ninth concert tour, which is three hours long with no opener, is in support of her seventh studio album, Renaissance . She is set to perform 56 shows across Europe and North America.

Drake and 21 Savage

Drake and 21 Savage

Tour: It’s All a Blur Tour (July – October 2023)

Rappers Drake and 21 Savage are co-headlining their It’s All a Blur Tour to promote their collaborative album, Her Loss . The tour will consist of 56 shows across North America.

Jonas Brothers

Kevin Jonas, Nick Jonas and Joe Jonas of The Jonas Brothers

Tour: The Tour (August 2023 – June 2024)

The Jonas Brothers, comprised of Kevin Jonas, Nick Jonas and Joe Jonas, have headed out on their 12th concert tour, which will span three continents. The Tour will feature songs from five different albums, including The Album , Happiness Begins and A Little Bit Longer .

Ed Sheeran

Tour: +–=÷× (Mathematics) Tour (April 2022 – November 2023)

Ed Sheeran’s fourth concert tour draws from all of his albums since 2011, including Plus (2011), Multiply (2014), Divide (2017), Equals (2021) and Subtract (2023). The two-hour concert will consist of 88 shows across three continents.

Anita Baker

Anita Baker

Tour: The Songstress Tour (February – December 2023)

Anita Baker will perform in 15 cities across the U.S. for her latest tour, which celebrates her 40 years as a music icon since the release of her debut album,  The Songstress, in 1983.

Guns N' Roses

Guns N' Roses

Tour: World Tour 2023 (June – October 2023)

Guns N’ Roses, comprised of vocalist Axl Rose, lead guitarist Slash, rhythm guitarist Izzy Stradlin, bassist Duff McKagan and drummer Steven Adler, has set out on their latest tour, which spans three continents.

Karol G

Tour: Mañana Será Bonito Tour (August – September 2023)

Karol G kicked off her first-ever stadium tour in Las Vegas and will make her way across the U.S. for stops in six cities.

Timothy B. Schmit and Don Henley of the Eagles

Tour: The Long Goodbye (September – November 2023)

The Eagles have embarked on their finale tour, with special guest Steely Dan, after more than 50 years of touring and over a thousand concerts.

The 1975

Tour: Still… at Their Very Best (September – December 2023)

The 1975’s fifth concert tour, in support of the band’s Being Funny in a Foreign Language album, is making stops across North America and Europe.

Doja Cat

Tour: The Scarlet Tour (October – December 2023)

Doja Cat will kick off her first North American arena tour in San Francisco, California this fall. Special guests Ice Spice and Doechii   will join during select dates. The singer has only toured once before as a headliner for her Amala Tour in 2019.

Stevie Nicks

Stevie Nicks

Tour: 2023 Tour (May – December 2023)

Apart from the Two Icons, One Night Tour that Nicks is co-headlining with Billy Joel through the year, the singer-songwriter also added in dates for her solo tour across the U.S. Nicks has previously toured with Fleetwood Mac as well as embarked on more than a dozen solo tours throughout her career.


Tour: Celebration Tour (October 2023 – April 2024)

Madonna, who initially had to postpone the July start of her Celebration Tour as she recovered from a bacterial infection, is now set to kick off her tour in London on Oct. 14. She will make her way across Europe before returning to the U.S. on Dec. 13 to embark on her North American leg.

(L-R) Emily Strayer, Natalie Maines and Martie Maguire of The Chicks

Tour: The Chicks World Tour 2023 (June – October 2023)

The Chicks’ sixth headlining concert tour initially began its first leg in 2022, but the country music trio returned in 2023 for their second leg. The group is touring across North America and Europe as well as Australia and New Zealand.


Tour: Summer Carnival 2023 Tour (June – October 2023)

Pink kicked off her eighth concert tour at the beginning of summer and will run through the beginning of fall. But soon after, the singer will head out on her ninth tour, in support of her album Trustfall , starting in Sacramento, California, on Oct. 12.

Janelle Monáe

Janelle Monáe

Tour: The Age of Pleasure Tour (August – October 2023)

Janelle Monáe’s latest tour supports her album The Age of Pleasure Tour . The singer is making stops in 26 cities across North America.


Tour: Don Juan World Tour (August – November 2023)

Maluma has set out on the North American leg of his Don Juan World Tour, which supports his newly released album of the same name. The Latin music artist will make his way across 30 cities before ending in Miami, Florida.

Morgan Wallen

Morgan Wallen

Tour: One Night at a Time World Tour  (March – October 2023)

Country music star Morgan Wallen is performing across two continents for his latest tour in support of his third studio album of the same name. Special guests include HARDY, Parker McCollum, ERNEST and Bailey Zimmerman.

Shania Twain

Shania Twain

Tour: Queen of Me Tour (April – November 2023)

Shania Twain’s fifth headlining concert tour spans two continents and 77 shows in total. The tour, which marks the singer’s first tour in nearly five years, is in support of her sixth studio album,  Queen of Me .

James Hetfield of Metallica

Tour: M72 World Tour (April 2023 – September 2024)

Metallica’s latest tour in support of the band’s 11th studio album,  72 Seasons, will consist of 49 shows across two continents. Throughout the tour, the heavy metal band will play two nights in every city it visits with two completely different setlists and opening acts for each No Repeat Weekend.

Foo Fighters

Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters

Tour: 2023 Tour (May 2023 – June 2024)

Foo Fighters have embarked on their first headlining tour since drummer Taylor Hawkins died. The tour, which includes performances in five continents, is in support of their new album  But Here We Are .


Tour: The Only Love Tour , formerly The Gag Order Tour (October – November 2023)

Kesha is set to head out on a 20-city North American tour in support of her album  Gag Order . The singer’s sixth headlining tour will also include special guest Jake Wesley Rogers.

John Mayer

Tour: Solo Acoustic Fall Tour (October – November 2023)

John Mayer extended his latest tour across the United States into the fall with special guest JP Saxe.

Lil Yachty

Tour: The Field Trip Tour (September – December 2023)

Lil Yachty is currently on his 39-stop global tour across North America and Europe in support of his album  Let’s Start Here .

Bruce Springsteen

Bruce Springsteen

Tour: 2023 Tour (February – December 2023)

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band have made stops across North America and Europe since February for their latest tour. But they had to postpone their September dates as Springsteen undergoes treatment for peptic ulcer disease. At this point, the tour is set to resume on Nov. 3 in Vancouver.

Chris Martin of Coldplay

Tour: Music of the Spheres World Tour (March 2022 – September 2024)

Coldplay is performing across five continents for its eighth headlining tour in support of the band’s ninth studio album,  Music of the Spheres . They will perform 165 shows in total by the end.

Luke Combs

Tour: 2023 World Tour  (March – October 2023)

Luke Combs has been making his way across three continents performing songs from his latest two albums, Gettin’ Old  and  Growin’ Up .

50 Cent

Tour: The Final Lap Tour (July – December 2023)

50 Cent’s latest concert tour celebrates the 20th anniversary of his album  Get Rich or Die Tryin , which came out in February 2003. The rapper’s tour consists of 69 shows across four continents.


Tour: Unreal Unearth Tour  (September – December 2023)

Hozier has hit the road for his latest tour, which spans across North America and Europe, in support of his EP Eat Your Young and new album Unreal Unearth .

Diana Ross

Tour: The Musical Legacy Tour (June – November 2023)

Diana Ross extended her latest tour, which showcases her iconic hits throughout her career, into the fall. The legendary singer is performing across two continents, North America and Europe.

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Still holding a grudge over those lost Taylor tickets ? Couldn't outbid the Hive to see Queen Bey? Well, have no fear — there are still plenty of great tours and festivals to feed those lovely little ear canals of yours.

Here, we present our list of the 2023 concerts and music festivals you won't want to miss. Keep checking back as we update the lineup throughout the year.

M83 Tour: Fall North American Tour Dates: Oct. 3-Oct. 15

James Blake Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: Oct. 3-Oct. 19

Violent Femmes Tour: 40th Anniversary Tour Dates: Oct. 3-Oct. 22

John Mayer Tour: Solo Acoustic Fall Tour Dates: Oct. 3-Nov. 10 Guest/Opening act: JP Saxe

Devendra Banhart Tour: Flying Wig World Tour 2023 Dates: Oct. 3-Dec. 13 Guests/Opening acts: Miho Hatori, Soma, H. Hawkline, John Moods, Hayden Pedigo, Rogov

Queen + Adam Lambert Tour: The Rhapsody Tour Dates: Oct. 4-Nov. 12

Lucinda Williams Tour: Don't Tell Anybody The Secrets Fall Tour Dates: Oct. 7-Oct. 29

Travis Scott Tour: 2023 Utopia - Circus Maximus Tour Dates: Oct. 11-Dec. 29 Guest/Opening act: Teezo Touchdown

Kesha Tour: The Gag Order Tour Dates: Oct. 15-Nov. 18 Guest/Opening act: Jake Wesley Rogers

Christine and the Queens Tour: Paranoia, Angels, True Love Tour Dates: Oct. 17-26

My Morning Jacket Tour: Fall 2023 North American Tour Dates: Oct. 17-Nov. 11

Morrissey Tour: 40 Years of Morrissey Dates: Oct. 21-Oct. 25

Wynonna Tour: The Back to Wy Tour Dates: Oct. 26-Dec. 1

Doja Cat Tour: The Scarlet Tour Dates: Oct. 31-Dec. 13 Guests/Opening acts: Ice Spice, Doechii

Festival: After Shock City: Sacramento Dates: Oct. 5-8 Headliners: Guns N' Roses, Tool, Avenged Sevenfold, Korn, Godsmack, Pantera, Incubus, Queens of the Stone Age, Limp Bizkit

Festival: When We Were Young City: Las Vegas Dates: Oct. 21-22 Headliners: Green Day, Blink-182, 30 Seconds to Mars, the Offspring, Good Charlotte

Better Than Ezra Tour: Return of the Legends of the Fall Tour Dates: Nov. 3-Nov. 17

Liz Phair Tour: Exile in Guyville 30th Anniversary Tour Dates: Nov. 3-Dec. 9 Guest/Opening act: Blondshell, Kate Bollinger

Fever Ray Tour: Fall North American Tour Dates: Nov. 5-Nov. 14 Guest/Opening act: CHRISTEENE

José González Tour: An Exclusive Evening With José González Dates: Nov. 6-Nov. 15

LCD Soundsystem Tour: Tri Boro Tour 2023 Dates: Nov. 16-Dec. 10

Jenny Lewis Tour: The Joy'All Ball Tour Dates: Nov. 27-Dec. 8

Festival: Darker Waves City: Huntington Beach, Calif. Dates: Nov. 18 Headliners: New Order, Tears for Fears, The B-52's, Echo and the Bunnymen, DEVO, Soft Cell

Journey Tour: Freedom Tour Dates: Jan. 25-April 23 Guest/Opening act: Toto

The Judds Tour: The Final Tour Dates: Jan. 26-Feb. 25 Guests/Opening acts: Martina McBride, Brandi Carlile, Kelsea Ballerini, Little Big Town

Big Thief Tour: North American Tour Dates: Jan. 31-Aug. 5 Guests/Opening acts: Lucinda Williams, Nick Hakim, L'Rain, Buck Meek

Bruce Springsteen Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: Feb. 1-April 14

Carrie Underwood Tour: The Denim & Rhinestones Tour Dates: Feb. 2-March 17 Guests/Opening acts: Jimmie Allen

Paramore Tour: In North America Tour Dates: Feb. 9-Aug. 2 Guests/Opening acts: Bloc Party and Genesis Owusu

Jo Dee Messina Tour: Heads Carolina, Tails California Tour Dates: Feb. 17-Nov. 11

SZA Tour: SOS Tour Dates: Feb. 21-March 23 Guest/Opening act: Omar Apollo

Father John Misty Tour: Live! On Tour 2023 Dates: Feb. 26-May 7 Guest(s)/Opening act(s): Omar Velasco, Loren Kramar, Butch Bastard, High Water, Shaky Knees

Wizkid Tour: More Love, Less Ego Tour Dates: March 3-April 7

Reba McEntire Tour: Reba: Live in Concert Dates: Mar. 9-April 15 Guests/Opening acts: Terri Clark, the Isaacs

Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks Tour: Two Icons, One Night Tour Dates: March 10-Sept. 23

Kenny Loggins Tour: The This Is It Tour Dates: March 10-Oct. 27

Chris Stapleton Tour: All American Road Show Dates: March 16-Aug. 25 Guests/Opening acts: Margo Price, Nikki Lane, George Strait, Little Big Town, Marcus King, the War and Treaty, Charley Crockett, Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives, Allen Stone

Taylor Swift Tour: Eras Tour Dates: March 17-Aug. 9, 2023 and Oct. 18-Nov. 23, 2024 Guests/Opening acts: Paramore, HAIM, Phoebe Bridgers, beabadobee, Girl in Red, MUNA, Gayle, Gracie Abrams, OWENN

Wilco Tour: Spring 2023 North American Tour Dates: March 23-April 30 Guests/Opening acts: Horsegirl, the A's

Depeche Mode Tour: Memento Mori World Tour Dates: March 23-Dec. 15 Guests/Opening acts: Kelly Lee Owens, Stella Rose and the Dead Language

Billy Idol Tour: Idol Live Dates: March 30-May 20

Festival: M3F Festival City: Phoenix Dates: March 3-4 Headliners: Maggie Rogers, Jamie xx

Festival: Rolling Loud California City: Inglewood, Calif. Dates: March 3-5 Headliners: Playboy Carti, Travis Scott, Future, Lil Wayne

Red Hot Chili Peppers Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: April 1-May 25 Guests/Opening acts: The Strokes, Mars Volta, St. Vincent, Thundercat, King Princess

Chlöe Tour: The In Pieces Tour Dates: April 11-May 3

Boygenius Tour: The Tour Dates: April 12-Aug. 5 Guests/Opening acts: Carly Rae Jepsen, Broken Social Scene, Bartees Strange, Claud, Illuminati Hotties

Father John Misty Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: April 14-May 7 Guests/Opening acts: Omar Velasco, Loren Kramar, Butch Bastard

Janet Jackson Tour: Together Again Tour Dates: April 14-June 21 Guest/Opening act: Ludacris

Phish Tour: Summer Tour 2023 Dates: April 14-Sept. 3

Shania Twain Tour: Queen of Me Tour Dates: April 15-Nov. 14 Guests/Opening acts: Breland, Hailey Whitters

Wiz Khalifa Tour: The Good Trip Tour Dates: April 15-22 Guests/Opening acts: Joey Bada$$, Berner, Smoke DZA, Chevy Woods

Lizzo Tour: Special 2our Dates: April 21-June 2 Guest/Opening act: Latto

Melissa Etheridge Tour: Summer Tour '23 Dates: April 22-Aug. 15

Kali Uchis Tour: Red Moon in Venus Tour Dates: April 25-May 30 Guest/Opening act: Raye

Destroyer Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: April 28-May 12 Guests/Opening acts: the Reds, Pinks, and Purples

Festival: Dreamville Festival City: Raleigh, N.C. Dates: April 1-2 Headliners: Usher, J. Cole, Drake, Burna Boy

Festival: Coachella City: Indio, Calif. Dates: April 14-16; April 21-23 Headliners: Bad Bunny, Blackpink, Frank Ocean

Festival: We Bridge Music Festival & Expo City: Las Vegas Dates: April 21-23 Headliners: Monsta X, Jessi, Enhypen, Bambam

Festival: Something in the Water City: Virginia Beach Dates: April 28-30 Headliners: Grace Jones, Wu-Tang Clan, Lil Wayne, Clipse, Mumford & Sons, Kehlani, Maren Morris, Summer Walker

Feist Tour: Multitudes Spring Tour Dates: May 2-19

Tegan and Sara Tour: Crybaby Tour Dates: May 3-Oct. 3 Guests/Opening acts: Hand Habits, Dragonette, Carlie Hanson

Blink 182 Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: May 4-July 16 Guests/Opening acts: Turnstile, Rise Against, the Story So Far, Wallow

Ed Sheeran Tour: Mathematics Tour Dates: May 6-Sept. 23 Guests/Opening acts: Khalid, Russ, Dylan, Rosa Linn, Cat Burns, Maisie Peters

Dave Matthews Band Tour: 2023 North American Tour Dates: May 9-Sept. 3

Matchbox Twenty Tour: Spring/Summer 2023 Tour Dates: May 16-Aug. 6

Stevie Nicks Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: May 16-Dec. 15

The National Tour: 2023 World Tour Dates: May 18-Aug. 18 Guests/Opening acts: Soccer Mommy, the Beths, Patti Smith (Aug. 18)

Ed Sheeran Tour: The "-" Tour Dates: May 19-Sept. 22 Guest/Opening act: Ben Kweller

Charlie Puth Tour: The "Charlie" Live Experience Dates: May 20-Jul. 11

Duran Duran Tour: The Future Past North American Tour Dates: May 23-Sept. 19 Guests/Opening acts: Grace Jones (Sept. 22), Nile Rodgers and Chic, Bastille

Foo Fighters Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: May 24-Oct. 5 Guests/Opening acts: The Breeders, Taipei Houston

Le Tigre Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: May 27-July 29 Guests/Opening acts: Shamir, Morgan and the Organ Donors, Claud, MAN ON MAN, Pom Pom Squad, Who is She?, Erin Markey, cumgirl8, Morgan Bassichis

Bebe Rexha Tour: Best F'n Night of My Life Tour Dates: May 31-June 30

Festival: Palm Tree Music Festival City: Dana Point, Calif. Dates: May 13 Headliners: Kygo, Ellie Goulding, Tove Lo

Festival: Hangout Music Festival City: Gulf Shores, Ala. Dates: May 19-21 Headliners: Red Hot Chili Peppers, SZA, Calvin Harris, Lil Nas X, Paramore, Skrillex, the Kid Laroi, Flume

Festival: Lighting in a Bottle City: Buena Vista, Calif. Dates: May 24-29 Headliners: Rezz, Sofi Tukker, Diplo, Zhu, Tale of Us

Jenny Lewis Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: June 2-Aug. 7 Guests/Opening acts: Cass McCombs, Jenny O., Hayden Pedigo

Bryan Adams Tour: So Happy It Hurts Tour Dates: June 6-Aug. 3 Guest/Opening act: Joan Jett and the Blackhearts

Yo La Tengo Tour: North American Tour '23 Dates: June 9-June 28

Diana Ross Tour: The Musical Legacy Tour 2023 Dates: June 9-July 2

Erykah Badu Tour: Unfollow Me Tour Dates: June 11-July 23 Guest/Opening act: Yasiin Bey

Fleet Foxes Tour: Shore Tour 2023 Dates: June 13-Aug. 24 Guests/Opening acts: My Morning Jacket, Uwade

The All-American Rejects Tour: Wet Hot All-American Summer Tour Dates: June 16-Oct. 14 Guests/Opening acts: New Found Glory, Motion City Soundtrack, the Starting Line, the Get Up Kids

Zac Brown Band Tour: From the Fire Tour Dates: June 23-Nov. 4 Guests/Opening acts: Marcus King, Tenille Townes, and King Calaway

The Smile Tour: North American Tour Dates: June 25-July 20

Sparks Tour: Sparks Tour 2023 Dates: June 27-July 16

Alicia Keys Tour: Keys to the Summer Tour Dates: June 28-Aug. 2

Festival: Outloud City: West Hollywood Dates: June 2-4 Headliners: Grace Jones, Carly Rae Jepsen, Orville Peck, Passion Pit

Festival: Roots Picnic City: Philadelphia Dates: June 2-4 Headliners: Ms. Lauryn Hill, Diddy and the Roots, Dave Chappelle, Lil Uzi Vert

Festival: Hot 97 Summer Jam City: New York City Date: June 4 Headliners: Cardi B, Glorilla, Ice Spice, Coi Leray, Fivio Foreign, French Montana, the Lox

Festival: Summerfest City: Milwaukee Dates: June 22-24; June 29-July 1; July 6-8 Headliners: James Taylor, Eric Church, Dave Matthews Band, Odesza, Zach Bryan, Imagine Dragons, Santa Fe Klan, Earth, Wind & Fire, Noah Kahan, Ava Max, the Pretty Reckless, Sean Paul, Coi Leray, Japanese Breakfast, Yellowcard, Smokey Robinson, Fleet Foxes

Yellowcard Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: July 5-Aug. 8 Guests/Opening acts: Mayday Parade, Story of the Year, Anberlin, This Wild Life

Dinosaur Jr. Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: July 6-Sept. 30 Guests/Opening acts: Clutch, Red Fang

Post Malone Tour: If Y'all Weren't Here, I'd Be Crying Tour Dates: July 8-Aug. 19

Killer Mike Tour: The High & Holy Tour Dates: July 10-Aug. 5

Beyoncé Tour: Renaissance World Tour Dates: July 12-Sept. 26

Maggie Rogers Tour: Summer of '23 Tour Dates: July 14-Sept. 29 Guests/Opening acts: Soccer Mommy, Alvvays

Madonna Tour: The Celebration Tour Dates: July 15-Oct. 7 [ POSTPONED ]

The Chicks Tour: The Chicks World Tour 2023 Dates: July 21-Sept. 5 Guests/Opening acts: Ben Harper, Wild River

Pink Tour: Summer Carnival 2023 Tour Dates: July 24-Oct. 9 Guests/Opening acts: Pat Benatar with Neil Giraldo, Brandi Carlile, Grouplove, KidCutUp

Regina Spektor Tour: Summer Tour Dates: July 28-Aug. 27 Guests/Opening acts: Aimee Mann, Allison Russell

Smashing Pumpkins Tour: The World Is a Vampire Tour Dates: July 28-Sept. 9 Guests/Opening acts: Interpol, Stone Temple Pilots, Rival Sons

Festival: Pitchfork Music Festival City: Chicago Dates: July 21-23 Headliners: the Smile, Big Thief, Bon Iver

Festival: Rolling Loud Miami City: Miami Dates: July 21-23 Headliners: A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott, Playboy Carti

Beck and Phoenix Tour: Summer Odyssey Dates: Aug. 1-Sept. 10 Guests/Opening acts: Jenny Lewis, Japanese Breakfast, Weyes Blood, Sir Chloe

JVKE Tour: What Tour Feels Like Dates: Aug. 3-Sept. 2

Father John Misty and the Head and the Heart Tour: Summer Co-Headlining Tour Dates: Aug. 4-Aug. 22 Guest/Opening act: Miya Folick

Lionel Richie and Earth, Wind & Fire Tour: Sing a Song All Night Long Tour Dates: Aug. 4-Sept. 15

Ben Harper Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: Aug. 10-Oct. 23 Guests/Opening acts: The Chicks, City and Colour, Katie Tupper

The Pretenders Tour: US Tour '23 Dates: Aug. 11-Sept. 6 Guest/Opening act: Guns N' Roses (select dates)

Guns N' Roses Tour: 2023 World Tour Dates: Aug. 11-Nov. 5 Guest/Opening act: The Black Keys

Jonas Brothers Tour: The Tour Dates: Aug. 12-Oct. 14

Sigur Rós Tour: Orchestral Tour Dates: Aug. 14-Aug. 27

Weyes Blood Tour: In Holy Flux Tour: Unleashed Dates: Aug. 18-Sept. 14 Guest/Opening act: Perfume Genius

Modest Mouse, Pixies, and Cat Power Tour: Co-Headline Tour Dates: Aug. 20-Sept. 16

Alex G and Alvvays Tour: 2023 Summer Tour Dates: Aug. 23-Sept. 1 Guest/Opening act: Cassandra Jenkins

Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper Tour: Freaks on Parade Tour Dates: Aug. 24-Sept. 24 Guests/Opening acts: Ministry, Filter

Janelle Monáe Tour: The Age of Pleasure Tour Dates: Aug. 30-Oct. 18

Pearl Jam Tour: 2023 North American Tour Dates: Aug. 31-Sept. 19 Guest/Opening act: Inhaler

Gin Blossoms and Sugar Ray Tour: Co-Headlining Summer Tour Dates: Aug. 31-Sept. 15 Guests/Opening acts: Tonic, Fastball

Maluma Tour: Don Juan World Tour Dates: Aug. 31-Nov. 4

Festival: Outside Lands City: San Francisco Dates: Aug. 11-Aug. 13 Headliners: Kendrick Lamar, Foo Fighters, Odesza, Lana Del Rey, Megan Thee Stallion, The 1975, Janelle Monáe, Zedd, Maggie Rogers, Fisher

Aerosmith Tour: Peace Out — The Farewell Tour Dates: Sept. 2-Jan. 26 Guest/Opening act: The Black Crowes

Aly & AJ Tour: With Love From… Tour Dates: Sept. 5-Sept. 19 Guest/Opening act: Vanessa Carlton

The Postal Service/Death Cab for Cutie Tour: Give Up and Transatlanticism 20th Anniversary Tour Dates: Sept. 5-Oct. 17 Guests/Opening acts: Lauren Mayberry, Warpaint, The Beths, Built to Spill, Iron & Wine, Pedro the Lion

Victoria Monét Tour: The Jaguar Tour Dates: Sept. 6-Oct. 22

Beth Orton Tour: 2023 Tour Dates: Sept. 7-Sept. 29 Guests/Opening acts: Pneumatic Tubes, Ben Sloan

Eagles Tour: The Long Goodbye Dates: Sept. 7-Nov. 17 Guest/Opening act: Steely Dan

Ani DiFranco Tour: Fall 2023 Tour Dates: Sept. 8-Sept. 24 Guest/Opening act: Kristen Ford

Ms. Lauryn Hill Tour: The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill 25th Anniversary Tour Dates: Sept. 8-Dec. 13 Guests/Opening acts: The Fugees, Koffee

Peter Gabriel Tour: i/o — The Tour Dates: Sept. 14-Oct. 13

Zhu Tour: The Grace Tour Dates: Sept. 14-Nov. 10 Guests/Opening acts: Channel Tres, Claptone, Hayden James

The Walkmen Tour: 2023 Revenge Tour Dates: Sept. 16-Oct. 17

The 1975 Tour: The 1975: Still… at Their Very Best Dates: Spet. 16-Dec. 2

311 Tour: Fall Tour Dates: Sept. 19-Oct. 22 Guests/Opening acts: Awolnation, Blame My Youth

Nick Cave Tour: Live in North America — Solo Dates: Sept. 19-Oct. 29

Röyksopp Tour: True Electric 2023 North American Tour Dates: Sept. 21-Oct. 1

Måneskin Tour: Rush! World Tour Dates: Sept. 21-Oct. 13

Lil Yachty Tour: The Field Trip Tour '23 Dates: Sept. 21-Nov. 8

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Taylor Swift and Bruce Springsteen are going on huge tours in 2023.

2022 was undoubtedly a huge year for live music— Paul McCartney, BTS, Bob Dylan, Lady Gaga and My Chemical Romance all put on substantial nationwide tours.

To that, 2023 says, “No big deal.”

Although announcements are still dropping every day, 2023’s slate already appears ready to rival 2022’s with colossal pop, classic rock, modern rock, R&B, country and hip-hop tours on the horizon.

It doesn’t matter what musical genre is your favorite; there will likely be a huge tour you’re excited about on our comprehensive list of upcoming tours.

From Springsteen to Swift to SZA , here are the 52 biggest acts on tour in 2023 — one for each week — you won’t want to miss when they come to a city near you next year.

Taylor Swift’s “Eras Tour”

Featuring Paramore, HAIM, Phoebe Bridgers, beabadobee, Girl In Red, MUNA, Gayle, Gracie Abrams, and OWENN on select dates Runs March 17 through Aug. 9

Adele’s “Weekends With Adele”

Runs Jan. 20 through March 25

Ed Sheeran’s “Mathematics Tour”

Featuring Khalid, Russ, Dylan, Rosa Linn, Cat Burns and Maisie Peters on select dates Runs May 6 through Sept. 23

Katy Perry’s “Play”

Runs Feb. 15 through April 15

WizKid’s “More Love, Less Ego Tour”

Runs May 6 through Sept. 23

Classic Rock

Bruce springsteen and the e street band.

Runs Feb. 1 through April 14

Billy Joel with Stevie Nicks’ “Two Icons, One Night Tour”

Runs Jan. 13 through Sept. 23

Jimmy Buffett’s “Life On The Flip Side Tour”

Runs March 4 through May 6

Sting’s “My Songs Tour”

Runs April 1 through April 9

John Mellencamp’s “Live and In Person Tour”

Runs Feb. 5 through June 24

Lynyrd Skynyrd with ZZ Top’s “Sharp Dressed Simple Man Tour”

Featuring Uncle Kracker Runs July 21 through Sept. 17

Journey’s “Freedom Tour”

Featuring Toto on select dates Runs Jan. 27 through April 25

Runs Jan. 25 through May 28

Dead and Company’s “The Final Tour” with John Mayer

Runs May 19 through July 16

Def Leppard, Motley Crue and Alice Cooper’s “The World Tour”

Runs Feb. 10 through Aug. 18

Elvis Costello’s “100 Songs and More Tour”

Runs Feb. 9 through March 10

Morgan Wallen’s “One Night at a Time Tour”

Featuring Parker McCollum, Hardy, Ernest and Bailey Zimmerman Runs April 14 through Oct. 7

George Strait’s “Stadium Tour”

Featuring Chris Stapleton Runs May 6 through Aug. 5

Garth Brooks’ “Plus One Las Vegas Residency”

Runs May 18 through Dec. 16

Zac Brown Band’s “From the Fire Tour”

Featuring Marcus King, Tenille Townes and King Calaway Runs June 23 through Nov. 4

Reba McEntire’s “Reba: Live In Concert Tour”

Featuring Terri Clark and The Isaacs Runs March 9 through April 15

Blake Shelton’s “Back To The Honky Tonk Tour”

Featuring Carly Pearce and Jackson Dean Runs Feb. 16 through March 25

Luke Combs’ “World Tour”

Featuring Riley Green and Lainey Wilson Runs March 25 through July 29

Shania Twain’s “Queen of Me Tour”

Featuring BRELAND and Hailey Whitters on select dates Runs April 28 through Nov. 14

Kane Brown’s “Drunk or Dreaming Tour”

Featuring Dustin Lynch and LOCASH Runs March 16 through Aug. 3

The Judds’ “Final Tour”

Featuring Martina McBride, Brandi Carlile, Kelsea Ballerini, Little Big Town and more Runs Jan. 26 through Feb. 25

Thomas Rhett’s “Home Team Tour”

Featuring Cole Swindell and Nate Smith Runs Feb. 9 through Sept. 29

Kenny Chesney’s “I Go Back Tour”

Featuring Kelsea Ballerini Runs March 23 through July 22

Carrie Underwood’s “Denim and Rhinestones Tour”

Featuring Jimmie Allen Runs Feb. 2 through Dec. 9

Lady A’s “Request Line Tour”

Featuring Dave Barnes Runs Feb. 22 through Oct. 28

Runs Jan. 25 through Feb. 18

Lizzo’s “Special 2our”

Featuring Latto Runs April 21 through June 2

SZA’s “S.O.S. Tour”

Featuring Omar Apollo Runs Feb. 21 through March 23

Janet Jackson’s “Together Again Tour”

Featuring Ludacris Runs April 14 through July 9

Usher’s “My Way: The Vegas Residency”

Runs Feb. 24 through July 15

The Temptations with The Four Tops

Runs Jan. 13 through May 21

New Edition’s “The Legacy Tour”

Featuring Keith Sweat, Guy and Tank Runs March 9 through April 30

Nick Cannon’s “Next Superstar Tour”

Featuring Symba, 24kGoldn, Justina Valentine, Hitman Holla, JD McCrary, Traetwothree, Klondike Blonde, DW Flame and POP MONEY Runs Feb. 25 through April 8

’80s, ’90s and ’00s rock

Metallica’s “m72 tour”.

Featuring Pantera, Five Finger Death Punch, Mammoth WVH and Ice Nine Kills on select dates Runs Aug. 4, 2023 through Aug. 30, 2024

Blink 182’s “North American Tour 2023”

Featuring Turnstile, Rise Against, The Story So Far and Wallows on select dates Runs May 4 through Oct. 21

Red Hot Chili Peppers

Featuring The Strokes, Iggy Pop, The Roots, Mars Volta, St. Vincent, City And Colour, Thundercat and King Princess on select dates Runs Jan. 14 through July 21

The Killers’ “Imploding The Mirage Tour”

Runs March 16 through March 25

Maroon 5’s “M5LV The Residency”

Runs Feb. 4 through Aug. 12

Matchbox Twenty

Runs May 16 through Aug. 6

Third Eye Blind’s “An Evening With Third Eye Blind”

Runs March 10 through April 15

Arctic Monkeys’ “North American Tour 2023”

Featuring Fontaines DC Runs Aug. 25 through Oct. 1

Depeche Mode’s “Memento Mori Tour”

Runs March 23 through April 14

Muse’s “Will Of The People Tour”

Featuring Evanescence, Highly Suspect and ONE OK ROCK Runs Feb. 25 through June 25

Death Cab for Cutie & the Postal Service’s “20th Anniversary Tour”

Runs Sept. 8 through Oct. 13

Paramore’s “In North America Tour”

Featuring Bloc Party and Genesis Owusu Runs Feb. 9 through Aug. 2

Pink’s “Summer Carnival 2.0”

Featuring Pat Benatar with Neil Giraldo, Brandi Carlile, Grouplove and KidCutUp on select dates Runs July 24 through Oct. 9

New Found Glory’s “Make The Most Of It Tour”

Featuring Leanna Firestone Runs Jan. 28 through March 22

They Might Be Giants

Runs Jan. 10 through May 21

Dropkick Murphys’ “Full Electric St. Patrick’s Day Tour”

Featuring The Rumjacks, Jesse Ahern and The Turnpike Troubadours Runs March 1 through March 19

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The Top 10 Music Tours Of 2023

By Robert Lang , Tom Tapp

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As in most other areas, Taylor Swift dominated the touring landscape in 2023. Her The Eras Tour grossed more than $1 billion , the biggest haul for any tour ever.

But there were other notable acts making big bucks on the road this year, including Beyoncé , Harry Styles and Drake .

Scroll through the gallery below to see who came out where on the list.

1. Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour

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2. Beyoncé: Renaissance World Tour

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$579 million

3. Bruce Springsteen And The E Street Band 2023 World Tour

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$379 million

4. Coldplay: Music Of The Spheres Tour

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$325 million

5. Harry Styles: Love On Tour

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$290 million

6. Morgan Wallen: Dangerous Tour

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$284 million

7. Ed Sheeran: + – = ÷ x Tour

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$268 million

8. P!NK: Summer Carnival Tour

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$231 million

9. The Weeknd: After Hours ‘Til Dawn Tour

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$220 million

10. Drake: It’s All A Blur Tour

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$184 million

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The Best Concerts of 2023

By Chris Willman

Chris Willman

Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic

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Everyone feels it: It can feel like a chore getting to a show. We all know the routine: dealing with the online ticket queues for bigger concerts, navigating the extra fees at checkout for shows large and small, and then, once you’ve experienced that thrill of victory, remembering that you will, in fact, have to leave the house . But what jubilation when you’ve run the final gauntlet and settled into a show that, for two hours or so, feels life-changing. (Make that about six and a half, if you were catching all the opening acts on the Eras Tour.) If the ability to make you instantly forget a $50 parking charge isn’t testament to the power of music, nothing is.

Here’s a personal selection of 25 of the most galvanizing shows of 2023:

Taylor Swift at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona (March 17-18)

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If there’s anything this tour proved, it’s that spoilers really don’t spoil much of anything, when it comes to Taylor Swift. How many fans didn’t have the setlist committed to memory before the tour hit their town? How many hadn’t already watched at least one fan-shot illicit version before catching it in the flesh? Yet, if there’s anything that any of us who caught the opening stand in the Phoenix area in March can lord over anyone else, it’s that first-time, one-time thrill of figuring out just what the hell the Eras Tour was actually going to be, since next to nothing had been revealed in advance. Forty-four songs, at a curfew-defying three-hours-plus? Bruce Springsteen might super-size his bare-bones performances, but theatrics-heavy pop superstars don’t, or didn’t, till 2023. Nor did going through an entire catalog, album by album, over the course of a single show really occur to much of anyone — classic rocker or popper — till Swift set the new standard for how to handle the breadth of a career. She established she’s already lived a full musical lifetime over the last 17 years as all the old Taylors come to the phone in this set, from country-pop teen Tay to the Swift who makes every performance number a mini-Broadway musical. The only comparable phenomenon was Beatlemania, but, heretical as it sounds to say, Swift’s accomplishment is almost diminished by comparing the 35-minute sets the Fabs did back in the day to the endless series of hat tricks she pulled off on this run. (Read  Variety ‘s original opening-night review  here , and review of the U.S. tour’s closing night in L.A. here .)

Brandi Carlile, Joni Mitchell and More at the 'Joni Jam' at the Gorge in Washington (June 9-11)

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The “Joni Jam” that took place on the middle of three Brandi Carlile-led nights at the Gorge could reasonably be called a worship service, with an choir led by the host singing Joni Mitchell’s hymns back to her. Those covers — from Annie Lennox, Sarah McLachlan, Lucius and others — would have been reason enough to make a spiritual pilgrimage to the middle of Washington state. But then there was the matter of Mitchell’s own hard-fought resurrection as a performer, after a 2015 aneurysm had threatened to sideline her forever, doing solo turns or delectable duets as the giant outdoor stage turned into a slightly formalized version of one of her private house parties. On the nights before and after this Joni-fest, Carlile did her own rarities-filled “friends and family” set, welcomed opening acts Marcus Mumford and Allison Russell, and devoted an evening to Tanya Tucker opening for her own supergroup, the Highwomen, bringing together some of the greatest country music of the 1970s and 2020s. The magic caravan reconvened four months later at the Hollywood Bowl for a follow-up Joni Jam, just as strong. But it may be the nights with the ladies of the canyon in Washington that interstate Joni and Brandi devotees cherish most. (Read  Variety ‘s original reviews of the Gorge weekend  here  and  here , and of the Hollywood Bowl show here .)

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U2 at Sphere in Las Vegas (Sept. 29)

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Spectacle is underrated. Although that sentiment may not jibe with rock ‘n’ roll orthodoxy, it was difficult to walk away from U2’s opening night in the thunderdome feeling any other way. The just-over-two-hour show marks the apotheosis of a bigger- is -better ethos that has recurred throughout the band’s career — and which, now that they’re in their 60s, they’re not about to give up for the sake of some sort of unbecoming false modesty. “Who spiked your drink?” Bono asked the crowd early on opening night. It was a rhetorical question, but one answer is: Willie Williams did. He has been U2’s creative director for 40 years and (with the help of some other directors, who also contributed original setpieces for the giant screen) he’s outdone himself with a series of tableaus that blow your mind, then give it a helpful mid-show rest, then return for further sensory overload at the end. It’s to the band’s great credit that their 2023 version of the “Achtung Baby” track “Acrobat,” performed sans any spectacular visuals whatsoever, is as much of a highlight as the Attack of the 366-Foot Wall stuff. These surfaces feels like they should be measured in square miles, not square feet, but U2 does not feel dwarfed in their glow (Read Variety ‘s original review of U2’s opening night here .)

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Beyoncé in ‘Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé’ in movie theaters (December)

When “only in theaters” follows “only in stadiums.” This might seem like a cheat for a Best Concerts list, to count the captured-for-posterity version released on the big screen, as first happened with the Eras Tour and then Beyoncé’s. Is there any way the movie version could be as good as, or even better than, the live thing? With “Renaissance,” there’s an argument to be made — maybe a specious argument, but an argument — that it’s the real apogee of the tour and not just an afterthought. For one thing, if you’re a fan, you want all the costuming from the tour, not just the limited selection at any given tour stop. On Taylor Swift’s tour, she would mostly wear variations on the same outfits each night, but Bey went with wholesale-different looks at various points over the months, reaching some peaks of abstract couture that put the alien in “Alien Superstar.” At first it seems irritating when the film’s editors bounce back and forth between costumes during the same number; eventually it seems completely necessary. Another advantage of the film is seeing the evolution of Ivy Blue’s nightly cameo, though she’s as magnetic as an amateur at the beginning as she is as a seasoned pro at the end. The other off-stage subplots aren’t always as riveting as what’s on-stage. But when the film is offering a closeup view of the oft-magnificent combination of fashion and choreography, there’s not much reason to be sorry you’re in a cozy AMC instead of SoFi’s upper deck.

Elvis Costello in '100 Songs and More' at the Gramercy Theatre in New York (Feb. 9-22)

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No major singer-songwriter in history has ever pulled off what Elvis Costello did at the Gramercy across 10 mind-boggling nights in February, when he performed 250 distinct songs, with virtually no repeats. (“Peace, Love and Understanding” was the exception to that rule, getting reprised as the finale each night, albeit in 10 different arrangements.) Yes, there’ve been other impressive career-spanning stunts before, from bands including Phish and Sparks, but nothing prior that had a singular figure of this stature not just rifling through a 45-year catalog but reinterpreting it, alone or with guests, rearranging tunes and grouping them together for thematic purposes. The results, in the six out of 10 shows we witnessed, were staggeringly great. The first night had Costello by himself, only playing songs he wrote before “My Aim is True” came out in ’77; another show had a hastily assembled Irish-Americana band accompanying him on songs having to do with immigration or travel; a full theatrical cast came in on a different night to finish the show with a condensed workshop version of a Broadway musical he’s been working on… et cetera. Hovering over the whole thing in spirit was collaborator Burt Bacharach, who died the night before the run opened, occasioning a wealth of more Bacharach-David covers than planned. The official billing of the run — “100 Songs and More” — was an almost comically serious example of “underpromise and overdeliver,” as Costello did exactly two and a half times the amount of promised material. The breadth of it was, for lack of a more original alliteration, beyond belief. (Read  Variety ‘s original review  here .)

Boygenius at the Hollywood Bowl (Oct. 31)

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For a Halloween show at L.A.’s most storied venue, the trio Boygenius played dress-up, twice over. First coming out as the three members of the Trinity. Later, they borrowed each other’s Nudie-style jackets and sang lead vocals on each other’s solo songs. When the answers to “What do you want to be?” are (a) deities and (b) fellow bandmates, you’re in good hands for Halloween. This was the fourth time through the SoCal area for Boygenius during 2023, and we caught them earlier in the year, at the intimate Pomona Fox tour warmup that preceded a bigger Coachella bow, and as part of the Re:SET festival that passed through Pasadena. But the Bowl was destined to be their show of shows, even if they didn’t enlist much in the way of guest stars — just Dave Grohl, drumming furiously early on in “Satanist,” which was all the cameo any one show needs. (Well, Phoebe Bridgers’ dog, Maxine, also cameo-ed, dressed up as the lamb of God.) It felt like a kind of culmination of not just their own extraordinary year but of a whole history of Southern California rock (never mind that Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus, unlike Bridgers, are not natives). Explosive guitar noise and snark were the entry points for a set that eventually settled into the most gorgeous two- and three-part harmonies this side or any side of Laurel Canyon. (Read Variety ‘s original review of the show here .)

Allison Russell at the El Rey Theatre in L.A. (Nov. 1)

Allison Russell at the El Rey

Russell’s star power is obvious, as she’s risen to popular and critical acclaim with her first two solo albums, 2021’s “Outside Child” and this year’s “The Returner.” But she’s determined to have some moon power, too, reflecting that light back on her contemporaries. And so her 2023 tour was as much about her band of female players, the Rainbow Coalition, as she could make it. Russell set that ensemble as the tour’s opening act, and then, for her headlining sets, joined them in a semi-circle, sometimes standing rear-and-center, sometimes stepping forward into the more traditional spotlight. Nothing could have better accentuated to the spirit of community she fosters in and out of her music. On this particular night at L.A.’s El Rey, the band was additionally joined by Wendy and Lisa, effortlessly fleshing out the arrangements as if they’d been along for the whole tour. Russell has joy in her group with a capital J — Joy Clark — and also a small J. It’s hard to imagine how, as secular gigs go, we could possibly get more of a joyful noise in a single show, short of the Staple Singers somehow bridging the heavenly divide to do a reunion gig.

Willie Nelson and Friends at 'Long Story Short: Willie 90' at the Hollywood Bowl (April 29-30)

“Thanks for coming to my dad’s birthday party,” said Micah Nelson, a few songs into the first evening of a two-night tribute to  Willie Nelson  at the  Hollywood Bowl , a show that did fall right on the icon’s 90th. “Welcome to the after-birth party,” Micah quipped at the beginning of night 2. Six hours of music spread across the two nights — with almost no repeats in the setlist — felt highly warranted, given Willie’s catalog and Rolodex. One of the few tunes repeated both Saturday and Sunday was Lukas Nelson’s nearly soundalike version of “Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground,” but it  is  one of the dozen greatest songs ever written. Among non-relations, Dave Matthews had the most soulful solo rearrangement, with an amazing “Funny How Time Slips Away.” But the duets created some of the most beautiful or poignant moments, from Norah Jones’ and Allison Russell’s haunting “Seven Spanish Angels” to Rosanne Cash’s nurturing support of Kris Kristofferson during “Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I’ll Ever Do Again).” That’s not to mention the climactic moments both evenings that involved the birthday boy himself: When Willie Nelson and Keith Richards team up to sing that they’re gonna “Live Forever,” you believe them. (Read  Variety ‘s original reviews of the shows  here  and  here .)

SZA at the Forum in Inglewood (March 22)

SZA at the Forum

SZA proved one of the delights of 2022 — due to her very late-breaking album, last December’s “SOS” — and 2023, with an arena tour that made good on all the pent-up waiting after five years of suspense. No one would accuse her two albums or this tour of being low-energy, but the contemplative image that fronted the “SOS” cover carried over to a similar bit of staging in her shows, with the singer in a gown so poufy it was clear she wasn’t going anywhere, even though she was perched at the end of a diving board… an apt metaphor for someone reporting in right from the edge of her most fraught and contrary emotions. The production design headed even deeper into symbolism when she sang the new album’s “Special” from a raft that floated around the Forum, lit from afar by the beacon of a lighthouse she never quite arrived at. “I used to be special, but you made me hate me,” SZA sang, hardly sounding like a reigning queen of her scene… but purging in the midst of aerial adoration may be the best revenge. Why kill your ex when you can slay 18,000 people?

Laufey with the LA Philharmonic at the Ford in L.A. (Sept. 16)

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Laufey’s ascendency to major-league pop artist is one of the most heartening musical phenomena of the last couple of years… or should be, to anyone who has any particular affection for the sounds and songwriting styles of the Great American Songbook years. As schooled as she is in the golden eras of 20th century popular music, though, Laufey is writing her own great American songbook, or at least getting a very creditable start on one. Performing with the  LA Philharmonic  as her backing band at the Ford, Laufey did do three covers from the classic era — “I Wish You Love,” “Misty” and “The Nearness of You” — but the other 18 were her own, virtually all of them feeling completely of a piece with the stuff of Hoagy Carmichael. Or of Astrud Gilberto, given that her big breakout song in 2023, “From the Start,” was a bossa nova. These references may have mean much to the very young crowds that hang on her every word (and sing and shout along with a lot of them); they may recognize that there’s something nostalgic to what Laufey does, but they’re thinking of her torch songs as relatable bedroom-pop. Laufey’s just your normal all-Icelandic-Asian-American girl with a flawless alto and a virtuoso’s ability to switch it up between piano, electric guitar and cello, while never breaking a sweat in front of the west coast’s preeminent symphony. What’s not relatable about that? (Read Variety ‘s original review of the show here .)

Doja Cat at Arena in L.A. (Nov. 2)

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The biggest diva tours of 2023 — those by Taylor Swift and Beyonce — were in a race to see how many costume and production design changes could be packed into one show. Doja Cat, though, took a maverick path, not surprisingly. The singer stuck with just two costuming choices in the performance… and a single dominant color; unlike Swift, Doja Cat spends her entire show in her  red  era. Or “Scarlet,” to take an obvious cue from the title of both the tour and her latest album. The set was dominated by the performance of 15 of 17 songs on “Scarlet.” That extreme emphasis on just-released material is a pretty gutsy move, even before considering that Doja Cat is going to spend nearly the entire evening wearing a single literally gutsy costume — a skin-tight bodysuit that’s a stylized representation of a body’s crimson internal musculature — while bathed primarily in red (or an orange-red) light. Doja Cat is too savvy and certainly too visually attuned an artist to pick such basic core elements and then let them linger in any kind of monotony. This tour, produced with Silent House, is a successful exercise in how to pick a vibe and mostly stick with it, resisting the trend toward revolving-door variety and flat-out maximalism. She spends the set doing a great deal of physically expressive movement in that fleshless-looking costume, with a lot of interestingly choreographed dancers and the occasional prop — or combination prop/dancer, like the giant eye that follows her at one point, trailing an optic nerve. In a show that literally uses viscera as part of the costume design, the Scarlet Tour is every bit as viscerally captivating as it means to be. And the setlist’s gradual shift from hard-ass hip-hop to a more seductive R&B effectively mirrors the arc of the album she’s celebrating. (Read Variety ‘s original review of the show here .)

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The Manhattan Transfer at Walt Disney Concert Hall in L.A. (Dec. 15)

After a 50-year run (rounding down just a little, actually), the Manhattan Transfer opted to call it a night with an international anniversary tour that turned into a farewell tour, capped by one final evening at L.A.’s home of the Philharmonic, Walt Disney Concert Hall. For the occasion, the vocal quartet augmented its usual crackerjack backing trio with the addition of the Diva Jazz Orchestra on about half the selections. But the Transfer are really a symphony of voices in their own right. So getting bonus sax and trombone solos on the jazzier numbers felt like a lusciously decadent dessert on top of what the regular lineup has been offering every night on the road for decades. The closest recent comparison would be Elton John, who also decided to go out while still in top form as a performer. The Transfer would run an arguably even greater risk if they went on indefinitely; lowering the keys for a solo act due to age is different than doing it for everyone in a vocal quartet. So you can understand why they might want to wrap things up while still at full harmonic prowess — but the Disney Hall show was so good, so unassailable, all you could think was: too soon . Their takes on “vocalese” made that technique of turning jazz instrumentals into vocal showcases seem like an alien language few will ever be privileged or accomplished enough to learn. Individually, Cheryl Bentyne’s high notes on “Cantaloop” and Janis Siegel’s eternally girlish tone on “The Boy From New York City” led into “Birdland,” an epic finale whose tone felt even more suspenseful than usual, knowing its jubilant climax is not scheduled to have any epilogues. If anyone ever wanted to take a lesson on how to go out on a high, this was it.

Lauryn Hill and the Fugees at the Forum in Inglewood (Nov. 5)

Lauryn Hill and the Fugees at the Forum

A Ms. Lauryn Hill show is never going to be one for fans who are sissies about little things like bedtimes . The set times were even more uncertain on this tour, given that there was a nightly Fugees reunion set to squeeze in amid what she’d normally do as a solo attraction. But sleeplessness on a school night was very much rewarded on this second of two shows Hill and the Fugees did on a swing through SoCal, at the Forum (the first having been across town at Arena). Hill admitted that she was a little rough of voice, and compared her tonality to Mavis Staples’ — a contextual reset that maybe helped the audience embrace the idea that we were getting a woman’s vocal take on “Miseducation,” not a debutante’s. There’s a regality to Hill’s presence on stage, of course, so at the Forum show, it was disarming and charming to see her step back a little from her usual sense of total control as a parade of guests took to the stage, some foreseen, some apparently surprising to her. Hill looked flattered to have Nas came by for three songs in her preliminary set, before Lil Wayne and Cypress Hill took turns in the Fugees’ part of the show. All this, and the sun wasn’t even up by the time the show ended.

Hozier at the Santa Barbara Bowl (Oct. 28)

Hozier at the Santa Barbara Bowl

Don’t hate Hozier just because a significant portion of the population has decided he’s the ideal man. Sometimes we just need someone in this world who writes deeply hooky songs that compel people, with justification, to wave their arms in an amphitheater or arena… who is conversant in philosophy, literature and poetry, and lets those things bleed into his thoughtful lyrics… who has a sense of humor about venturing into areas that might seem pretentious with anyone else… who has the chops to be a guitar hero, but instead just peels off a perfect one here and there as a bonus… and who all the girls want to sleep with, and all the boys want to be (and also sleep with). Taking all this appeal into account, there’s no great mystery why his 2023 tour was an instant sellout, even without any recent major hits, and a 2024 add-on is headed toward the same full houses. At his SoCal shows this fall, Hozier made fans feel he was taking them into the mystic, but the music never lost sight of an earthy core. Another thing you can’t blame him for: how much the concerts feel like church , even if he never meant the title of his original signature to be quite that spiritual.

Jack White at the Belasco in L.A. (January 13)

No one in rock ‘n’ roll puts on more consistently thrilling shows nowadays than White, and his surprise gig at downtown’s Belasco, a one-night surprise epilogue to an already completed tour, was even more exhilarating than most. Maybe it didn’t hurt that he was thinking of it as a “family and friends” concert that had everyone from Doja Cat to Conan O’Brien to members of Metallica looking on from the wings. Maybe having a side-stage contingent like that provides some extra motivation, if you’re considering doing a 55-minute encore? The cliché would be to say that, two and a half hours in, White had left it all on the stage, except that he never really betrays any hint of exhaustibility on stage… always leaving the sense that he’s still got more in him, even after 23 almost entirely intense numbers. (Read  Variety ‘s original review  here .)

Nick Cave at the Orpheum in L.A. (Oct. 27)

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Cave has toured in different configurations, of course — most recently with sometimes creative partner Warren Ellis — but this year’s outing was billed as a solo tour, notwithstanding the presence of Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood on bass. It was interesting how much distance Greenwood put between himself and the boss on stage, in a “don’t worry, I’ve got my in-ears; forget that I’m here” kind of way. Cave probably doesn’t demand that level of modesty and respect from a sideman, but you can see why he gets it, as one of rock’s most commanding presences, with or without a loud noise in tow. In the tour that culminated with three shows at L.A.’s Orpheum, Cave was as funny and giving in his commentary between songs as he was grave and intense when his hands would take to the keys again. This is not his image, so I could see that some people didn’t get that he was exercising his sense of humor when I went on Twitter and posted a passing joke that figures into his stage patter every night, saying that the next song “requires some audience participation: We sing the song, and you shut the fuck up.” (It’s worth noting that this instruction to the audience for “Carnage” came right after a song in which he did invite the crowd to participate, the more whimsical “Balcony Man.”) I’d almost go so far as to call Cave’s stage presence on this tour delightful, if that just didn’t seem like the wrong word to apply — at all — for a fellow who spends so much of a show reaching into his gut. Whether he’s being playful or playing the designated mourner, he does pull you “Into My Arms.”

Olivia Rodrigo at the Theatre at Ace Hotel (Oct. 9)

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Rodrigo doesn’t kick off her U.S. tour until early 2024. But she’ll have a challenge in having any of those arena gigs be as satisfying as the storytelling one-off she did with producer/co-writer Dan Nigro in downtown L.A. for an AmEx-sponsored livestream. Nigro was a great foil for Rodrigo, on stage as he is in the studio, as she shared anecdotes behind the writing and recording of her excellent “Guts” album. With Nigro alternating between acoustic guitar and piano, the pair were joined by three backup singers and an additional acoustic guitarist/keyboardist for a set that encompassed the new songs “Vampire,” “Lacy,” “Ballad of a Home Schooled Girl,” “The Grudge,” “Teenage Dream,” “Get Him Back” and “All American Bitch,” with the previous album’s “Traitor” as a show-ending bonus. Rodrigo is not one to actually spill her guts about her private life in front of a 1,600-strong audience, even with her creative partner there to help put her guard down. But talking about process is enough, when it’s resulted in an album as strong as this one. And the loveliness of the acoustic treatments — not just on well-suited ballads like “Lacy” but the album’s hardest-rocking numbers — half-made you wish she’d do the whole ’24 tour in this stripped-down, conversational format. Bad idea, right? (Read Variety ‘s original account of the performance here .)

'Love Rising' Benefit at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville (March 20)

At Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, a cast of mostly locally based stars, including  Maren Morris , Paramore’s  Hayley Williams , Yola, Sheryl Crow, Allison Russell, Amanda Shires and Jason Isbell — plus one key out-of-towner, the Irishman Hozier — joined up with a host of Tennessee drag artists to protest state legislation aimed at cross-dressing performers, trans youth and same-sex marriage. The four-hour “ Love Rising ” benefit filled the hall with fans and LGBTQ+ community members and their allies and found a bigger international audience being livestreamed via the Veeps platform. No one received more of a hero’s welcome than Morris, who’d recently gone out on a limb by standing up for trans youth and their families in a headline-making online debate with fellow country star Jason Aldean’s wife, Brittany Aldean, while most mainstream stars held their tongues. She looked sharp in formal black-tie half-drag (a recurring theme among a lot of folks playing Nashville this year), performing “The Middle” while drag queen Alexia Noelle Paris accompanied her in an interpretive dance. But the most affecting moment might have been Joy Oladokun previewing a new number, “Somehow,” dedicated to anyone else growing up non-white and queer in middle America, as she did. (Read  Variety ‘s original review  here .)

Peter Gabriel at the Forum in Inglewood (Oct. 13)

Peter Gabriel at Arena

Gabriel hadn’t toured since 2012, so you might expect that fans could be a little impatient at the singer wanting to go digging in fresh dirt at these 2023 shows with 11 songs a night from an album he hadn’t even released yet, “i/o.” (He had released most of the songs individually as streaming tracks by the time the tour hit Los Angeles, but it was still safe to say they were largely unfamiliar.) But thinking that wouldn’t fly would be underestimating Gabriel’s audience, which seemed perfectly content to follow where he would lead, with some faith that “Sledgehammer” and “Solsbury Hill” would be there as the first- and second-act closers. It helped that he started out the shows on the most personal note possible, appearing alone at the beginning, in very chatty form, before bringing out trusty sidekick Tony Levin, then the other players, to perform some of the early songs as if they were doing a world-music hootenanny — before things finally got as big and spectacular as you’d expect from the early ’70s’ master of rock theatrics. Poignant material like the new “And Still,” about his mother’s passing, was ultimately juxtaposed with crowd-pleasers like “Big Time,” adding up to something that felt as much like a complete worldview as a concert.

Brandy Clark at the Troubadour in West Hollywood (Nov. 4)

Brandy Clark at the Troubadour

Is Clark one of our best songwriters… or one of our best singers? Can she be both? Her media fan club has focused so much on her writing prowess — understandably — that we’ve sometimes forgotten to remember to mention her pure vocal strength. There was a cure for any such oversight when Clark took to the road this year, thanks to two mid-set covers she included in her shows in pointing to her influences — K.T. Oslin’s “80s Ladies” and the Trisha Yearwood hit “The Song Remembers When.” The tour also included a couple of key songs she co-wrote but hasn’t been associated with as a singer, the “Shucked” song “Walls” (from her Tony-nominated Broadway score) and the Miranda Lambert country smash “Mama’s Broken Heart.” With those songs resetting the dial a bit to help form a more holistic view of Clark’s strengths, you could marvel afresh at the delicacy of her delivery of a couple of the past year’s most emotionally devastating songs, “Buried” and “Dear Insecurity,” or the actorly slyness of a “Pray to Jesus.” And hearing her sing the heartbreakingly self-deprecating “Who You Thought I Was,” you realize she’s not who we thought she was — she’s even better.

Missy Elliott at Yaamava’ Theater in Highland (May 19)

Missy Elliott at Yaamava' Theatre

If you’re seeing this and wondering why Missy Elliott didn’t come to your city, you’re hardly alone. She didn’t come to any cities this year, bar three: Las Vegas, for the Lovers & Friends festival in May; the Essence Music Festival, in July; and, somewhat mysteriously, a 2500-seat resort/casino in out-of-the-way Highland, Calif. Shouldn’t a legend who’s celebrating her newfound status as a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee be doing a long, major tour? But Elliott works on her own very intermittent schedule, not according to anyone else’s timetable. All we know from her Yaamava’ Resort & Casino gig is that Elliott remains in top form, for someone who rarely performs; you would have thought she’s been rehearsing this band and these dancers constantly and this was just another night on a long, adrenaline-driven road trip. She presented herself as the full package: looking great, sounding great, energized by the crowd and buoyed by her own natural bon vivant-ancy, on top of the production values you’d expect from a show built to travel. Let’s hope she ramps this up into a real tour, sooner rather than later. Even though we’re no longer in a down period for female hip-hop artists, actual royalty is still very much needed in our midst. (Read  Variety ‘s original review  here .)

'Nuggets' Tribute at the Alex Theatre in Glendale (May 19)

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In 1972, the famous “Nuggets” compilation album waxed nostalgic for the garage-rock of the mid-1960s. Just over 50 years later, we’re nostalgic from a very long distance, for that nostalgia that was wistful from a very short one. It’s not just about the songs that were anthologized on the original double-LP, though; it’s about a whole punk-rock, back-to-rock-basics movement that the album played at least some part in kick-starting, which we still feel the effects of today. Fortunately, the man who compiled “Nuggets” a half-century-plus ago is still around today, and ready, willing and eager to rock: Lenny Kaye, host of a tribute show that went down in L.A. under the beneficial auspices of the Wild Honey charity. (A new five-LP limited edition of “Nuggets” was also released by Warner just prior to the show, for Record Store day; find a stray copy if you still can.) This three-and-a-half show had a bit of starpower driving it, with Susanna Hoffs singing on two numbers, one of them in collaboration with accordionist “Weird Al” Yankovic. Mostly it was cult artists in the service of cult music that changed the world, or at least changed rock ‘n’ roll, with great turns from Peter Case, Wayne Kramer, Peter Buck, the Fleshtones’ Peter Zaremba and dozens of others. All the better when a bunch of original “Nugget”-eers pushing 75 or 80 made their way back into the limelight to go “Pushin’ Too Hard.” There’s a lesson for us all here: Those who forget the past are destined to not rock nearly hard enough. (Read  Variety ‘s original review  here .)

Zach Bryan at Arena in L.A. (Aug. 23)

Zach Bryan and Maggie Rogers at Arena

Zach Bryan  has a fair amount of Bruce Springsteen in him. But not just any single model of Bruce. His concert dates are such immediate sellouts these days, and his connection with his audience such a phenomenon, it can feel at times like he’s veering toward having his own personal “Born in the USA” moment. And there was little at his Arena show in late summer to make you think that isn’t still in his grasp. But when, days after that concert, he digitally released a new album — titled just “Zach Bryan” — it felt like he might be making his “Nebraska” more than he’s going for broke and trying to grab the brass ring. He’s marching to the beat of his own Boss, and it’s not always the one you expect. I’m not sure who, if anyone, he was emulating or being influenced by when he came up with the unique stage design for his tour, though. In-the-round tours are a dime a dozen, but Bryan uses his like it’s a boxing ring, almost, with standing microphones set up for him to sing into on all four sides of the stage — and he’ll bounce around between them in the course of a single song. It’s part of his populism. Why, he must think, should he leave any quadrant of an arena audience feel like they’re not directly getting played to for more than two or three minutes at a time? Even his guests got the message about how to work all segments of the audience, as Maggie Rogers did when she joined Bryan for stints in the middle and end of the L.A. concert. (Read Variety ‘s original review of the show here .)

Sparks at the Hollywood Bowl (July 16)

Landing a first headlining slot at the  Hollywood Bowl  is a cherished milestone for any major musical acts who claim Los Angeles as their home base. This year, the Bowl debut honor for cherished locals went to the Mael brothers, who only had to wait 52 years for their own crowning gig. What’s five decades among friends and family … everybody loves a slow build, right? Ron and Russell Mael’s mom brought them to see the Beatles at the venue in 1965, and that was “probably some good education,” as Russell said near the beginning of the show. Mom was likely not around, but they did have the closest thing they’ve probably had lately to a surrogate parent, director  Edgar Wright , whose documentary “ The Sparks Brothers ” kind of nurtured them across a finish line. (The show-closing photo seen above is courtesy of Wright’s backstage camera.) The 2023 tour included some rarities — like “Beaver O’Lindy,” from their second album, “A Woofer in Tweeter’s Clothing,” a song they never even played live when it first came out in ’72 — and five tracks from the new “The Girl Is Crying in Her Latte.” The five decades in-between was a lot of ground to condense, but they did a reasonably effective job of rifling through the catalog, hitting mid-career favorites like 1994’s “When Do I Get to Sing ‘My Way’.” If you’re making your Bowl debut half a centennial into a career, that’s pretty clear evidence you’ve been doing it your way all along. (Read Variety ‘s review of the original show here .)

The War and Treaty at the Troubadour in West Hollywood (March 26)

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Find yourself a partner who looks at you like Tanya Trotter looks at Michael Trotter Jr., or vice versa. The pure joy exuded by the husband and wife who make up the duo the War and Treaty is so infectious, they could double-handedly restore anyone’s faith in marriage. They so happen to also be restoring a lot of people’s faith in music as they show up on awards shows and make other quick-hit TV appearances, a slow build that’s been rewarded with a best new artist Grammy nomination after a lot of years in the business. Amazingly, they’d never topped a bill in SoCal before, even though these Nashville favorites actually have four albums out. The latest, “Lover’s Game,” was issued by a mainstream country label, but don’t let a couple of authentically twangy moments dissuade you if that’s not your thing, because this is their most satisfying genre-crosser to date. The only real genre classification that counts is shared wailing.

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All of the Celebrities Who've Attended Taylor Swift's Eras Tour So Far

From Katy Perry to Travis Kelce, see all the celebrities who've scored a seat at the highly anticipated Eras Tour

Alexandra Schonfeld is a features writer at PEOPLE. She has been working at PEOPLE since April 2022. Her work previously appeared in Newsweek .

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Getting a chance to see Taylor Swift 's Eras Tour is no easy feat, but these famous faces were able to snag a seat to one of the hottest shows of the year.

The "Blank Space" singer, 34, kicked off the highly anticipated tour on March 17 in Arizona with a setlist that went for more than three hours and included exciting effects and eye-catching costumes .

As she continues to bring the tour around the world, the Grammy Award winner is packing stadiums with die-hard Swifties, including some of her famous pals including Blake Lively , Gigi Hadid , Selena Gomez and Jack Antonoff — who even surprised the crowd at a tour stop in New Jersey to sing “Getaway Car” with Swift.

Back in July, Travis Kelce caught his very first Eras Tour performance where he first tried to meet Swift . The rest is, well, history and the Kansas City Chiefs star has now traveled far and wide, most recently to Sydney, Australia, to catch his girlfriend's record-breaking show.

From date nights to girls’ nights out, see which stars have been spotted at the Eras Tour so far!

Travis Kelce

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Travis Kelce first saw the Eras Tour in July 2023 — before he had even met Swift. Despite his best efforts, he did not meet her that night, though dating rumors between the superstars began swirling late that summer and on Sept. 24, Swift attended one of his football games. As their romance heated up, Kelce traveled to Argentina to catch the Eras Tour, where the two were spotted sharing the most adorable post-show kiss. In February, following his Super Bowl win, Kelce hit the road again to support his girlfriend and traveled to Sydney where he was spotted at her Feb. 23 show.

Katy Perry was also down under for Swift's Feb. 23 show and shared her experience on Instagram with a carousel of photos and videos. "got to see an old friend shine tonight," she wrote alongside the post which included a sweet selfie with Swift and two videos of her performing.

Rita Ora & Taika Waititi

Perry was also joined by fellow singer Rita Ora and her husband Taika Waititi in the VIP tent. "It’s fair to say Sydney 🇦🇺 always delivers - Or shall we say our TayTay @taylorswift always delivers!," Ora wrote on Instagram. "thank you for having us! Seeing my KP @katyperry made my heart 🥹 to many queens to count!"

Included in her post was a shot of the married couple posing with Swift backstage and one of Ora and Kelce inside the stadium.

Baz Luhrmann

Filmmaker Baz Luhrmann also joined the star-studded group of fans on Friday and was seen having some fun in the VIP tent.

Toni Collette

And fellow Aussie Toni Collete was also in attendance, seen hanging out alongside Waititi, Ora and Perry.

Rebel Wilson

On Sydney night two, Rebel Wilson was in the crowd, posing for photos with opening act Sabrina Carpenter (and Swift's dad!) and writing on Instagram that Swift "crushed it."

Karlie Kloss

Karlie Kloss was spotted dancing in the audience during Swift's final show at SoFi Stadium on August 9.

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Halsey shared their excitement for attending Swift's final show by sharing their impressive stack of friendship bracelets to Instagram before the show writing, "20 down 30 to go" and giving a closer look at the colorful accessories. Later on, the singer shared more to their Instagram Story including a clip of Swift onstage along with the caption "I love 1 (one) woman @taylorswift."

Kerry Washington

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Ahead of Swift's final L.A. show, Kerry Washington shared a video to her Instagram decked out in (appropriately) red and dancing by her pool to "August" along with the caption "And by the way I'm going out tonight (Kerry's version) #RedEra #ErasTour ❤️" Later on, she shared photos to her Story that included a close up of two Red- themed bracelets.


Sandra Oh shared a selfie from her seat at SoFi stadium to her Instagram Story along with the caption: "Me & my fave Swifties." She then shared a clip of the group's reactions to Swift announcing 1989 (Taylor's Version) and thanked her for "the time of our lives."

Sadie Sink , who starred in Swift's short film for the 10-minute version of her re-released song "All Too Well," was also spotted at the final show among a group of famous fans in the audience including Anya Taylor-Joy, Malcom McRae and Miles and Keleigh Teller (who were returning to the Eras Tour after catching the show at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey earlier this summer).

Anya Taylor-Joy & Malcolm McRae

Anya Taylor-Joy and Malcolm McRae were also spotted at the August 9 L.A. show in the VIP tent among Swift's other special guests.

Adam Sandler

Adam Sandler sported one of his classic ensembles when catching Swift's final show in L.A. on August 9 . The funnyman wore a possible ode to the Lover era in a pink polo shirt that was decorated with a purple and blue feather design.

Miranda Cosgrove

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Miranda Cosgrove gave a glimpse into her night at SoFi stadium on her Instagram Story where she shared clips of Swift's performance and ones of Cosgrove dancing along with actress Chloe Lanier.

Sydney Sweeney

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On August 9, Sydney Sweeney teased that she was headed to the Eras Tour on her Instagram Story when she reposted a photo of friendship bracelet beads spelling out the word "Fearless" that included the caption: "wild guess what we're doing tonight." She was then spotted later sporting a bedazzled mini-skirt as she arrived at the stadium, Cosmopolitan U.K . noted.

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Swift's longtime pal Jaime King was in the audience on August 9 to celebrate the last L.A. show. The actress, who made Swift the godmother to her son  Leo Thames , shared clips from her night to her Instagram Story including a video of Swift onstage along with the caption: "You are forever loved @taylorswift Always so proud of your prolific soul."

Meghan Markle

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Meghan Markle got in on the Eras Tour fun on August 8 when she attended one of Swift's shows at SoFi Stadium in L.A. The Duchess of Sussex seemed excited as she was spotted jumping to her feet to sing "You Belong With Me."

Savannah Guthrie

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Savannah Guthrie shared adorable moments from her time at the Eras Tour with her daughter, Vale, to Instagram on August 9. In the sweet photo montage set to Swift's "Never Grow Up" the mother-daughter duo are seen in their Eras Tour attire which included a 1989 shirt for mom and sparkling eyeshadow for both. Guthrie also hung out with Mariska Hargitay , who has attended the tour numerous times, and shared photos to her Instagram including a selfie with Selena Gomez and her daughter posing with Swift's mom, Andrea.

Cameron Diaz, Zoe Saldaña & Tiffany Haddish

Cameron Diaz , Zoe Saldaña and Tiffany Haddish had a girls' night at SoFi Stadium. Haddish shared a photo to Instagram posing with the actresses and Swift's stage in the background.

"I had so much fun last night that  @teva  and  @baublebar  for the invite," Haddish wrote . " @taylorswift  killed and me and the Girls danced till the music was over."

Charlize Theron

Charlize Theron danced the night away with her daughters at the Eras Tour at SoFi Stadium in L.A. In a video shared to Instagram, the actress and her daughters "Shake it Off" as Swift performs the song onstage.

"Thank you for the best birthday ever  @taylorswift !!! We had such a great f------ time 💃," she wrote.

Kaia Gerber & Austin Butler

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Kaia Gerber was spotted in the VIP section at SoFi Stadium with many other celebrity guests on August 8 including Laura Dern, Emma Stone, Taylor Dome and Taylor Lautner, who were all returning to the Eras Tour, and boyfriend Austin Butler .

Gerber shared a clip to her Instagram Story the following day along with the caption "incredibly cathartic magical perfect night," and tagging Swift.

Courteney Cox

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Courteney Cox was also spotted by fans at SoFi Stadium catching Swift's show in L.A. with her friends including (the star of Swift's "Bejeweled" video) Laura Dern .

Jeff Goldblum

Jeff Goldblum and his wife, Emilie , took date night to the Eras Tour at SoFi Stadium. The pair went all out with the looks for the outing with Jeff sporting tour merch under a fringed top and Emilie wearing a pink button down shirt over a hot pink crop top decorated with a heart.

“Fever dream high in the quiet of the night, you know that I caught it…!” 🤩🙌🏼💋🦋🌺🌈🌸✨🍓🍦🎟️🌅💎🔮🪬🔑🎀🪄🩷🩵🤍," the pair captioned their joint Instagram post referencing Swift's song "Cruel Summer." 

Noah Beck was accompanied by his mom and sister for the Eras Tour at SoFi Stadium. The TikToker shared a collection of photos from their outing to Instagram along with the caption: "it was, enchanting to meet u🫶"

Machine Gun Kelly

Machine Gun Kelly was spotted in the crowd by fans at SoFi Stadium in L,A,

Kumail Nanjiani

Kumail Nanjiani shared a few photos from his night at the Eras Tour in L.A. which included interacting with some fans and sporting friendship bracelets.

"Well that was one of the best shows I've seen. Ever," the actor wrote. "Thank you to  @taylorswift  and the kindest fans ever for ALL THE BRACELETS!!!"

Marshmello shared a photo to X , previously known as Twitter, of Swift performing on stage along with the simple caption "Incredibleeeee @taylorswift13 ."

Alanis Morissette

In one of Hilary Duff's photos from the Eras Tour, Alanis Morissette appeared to be in the background enjoying the VIP section. In the photo, the Lizzie McGuire star wrote: "Does anyone peep my all time favorite in the background."

Adam Scott was also spotted at SoFi stadium with a posse of famous pals in the VIP section on August 8.

Vanessa Bryant

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Vanessa Bryant and her daughters had a night to remember at Swift's first night at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles on August 3. During the show, Swift gave Bryant's daughter Bianka her hat during her performance of "22." After placing the hat on her head, Swift kissed and hugged the little girl before continuing the song.

After the show, Vanessa shared a photo backstage posing with Swift and three of her daughters with late husband Kobe Bryant, Bianka, Capri and  Natalia . A few nights later, during Swift's total of six nights at the venue, Natalia appeared to take her little sister to catch another show .

Channing Tatum

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Channing Tatum was accompanied by a very special guest one of Swift's shows at SoFi Stadium in L.A.: his daughter Everly! The actor pulled out all the stops for the outing, sporting a rhinestone heart around his eye and a shirt that read "It's me, hi. I'm the daddy it's me" — a nod to Swift's song "Anti-Hero." In a video shared to Instagram by Gayle King, the Magic Mike actor is seen dancing along to "Shake it Off."

Mindy Kaling

Mindy Kaling shared a glimpse into her experience at Swift's first night at SoFi Stadium with a series of photos and videos shared to Instagram. In one photo she showed off her 1989 t-shirt and stacks of friendship bracelets on both of her wrists.

"The first night of the LA Eras tour was everything!," Kaling wrote in part on Instagram. " @haimtheband  set the tone by destroying in their home town and then  @taylorswift , well, did her bejeweled thing and 70,000 of us were like 'how can we know every single lyric to 5 hours of songs?'. There were no highlights. It was all highlight."

Days later Kaling shared that she took her daughter, Kit, to another one of Swift's L.A. shows in a post showing her little one s porting some ear muffs and her own collection of friendship bracelets .

Elizabeth Banks & Amy Adams

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Elizabeth Banks was also on deck at SoFi Stadium to catch Swift's show sitting amongst a star-studded group of fans that included Amy Adams , Sarah Paulson and Lupita Nyong'o.

Brie Larson

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Brie Larson was also in with the star-studded group at the L.A. show and shared a look into her night on her Instagram Story. In one clip, she is seen comparing friendship bracelets with Paulson and Nyong'o and later shared some videos of Swift performing.

Lupita Nyong'o

Lupita Nyong'o showed off her Eras Tour look on Instagram which included sparkly eyeshadow, a hot pink matching blazer set and of course, stacks of friendship bracelets. She also included photos of her posing alongside Sarah Paulson, Zach Braff, Donald Faison and Darren Criss.

Sarah Paulson

Sarah Paulson sported her own set of friendship bracelets to the L.A. show and in one video, shared to Instagram by Elizabeth Banks, the American Horror Story actress is seen holding up an Eras Tour t-shirt as Swift plays in the background .

Sofia Richie

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On August 5, Sofia Richie shared that she was on her way to SoFi Stadium as she posted a photo to her Instagram Story showing off the friendship bracelets on her wrists along with the caption "On our way to Swift out." Flavor Flav, who appeared to attend the Eras Tour for the second time on August 7, shared an image to his Instagram Story alongside Richie sporting a Swift t-shirt.

Max Greenfield

Max Greenfield told PEOPLE that his time at the Eras Tour in L.A. was "one of the greatest experiences of my entire life."

"We'd been waiting for about a year to go to it, and it lived up to everything," Greenfield added, who accompanied by wife  Tess Sanchez  and their two kids. "It was the best vibe ever."

Greenfield also shared a bit of his experience from the show to his Instagram, which included a selfie with actress Hunter Schafer and a friendship bracelet that read "Elaine's Big Day" — a nod to the episode of New Girl that Swift appeared on.

Alicia Keys

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Alicia Keys shared a collection of photos and videos to Instagram on August 6 of the special outing she shared with her son, Genesis, to see Swift at SoFi Stadium.

"Big love to @taylorswift for your big beautiful spirit that makes everyone feel loved!" she wrote alongside the post which included a sweet clip of Swift kissing Genesis on the cheek and another of Keys carrying her son during the set.

"Genesis adores u 💜💜💜," she added.

Nina Dobrev & Dixie D'Amelio

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TikToker Dixie D'Amelio shared that she was also in the audience for one of Swift's L.A. shows, posting a selfie alongside Nina Dobrev from their spots at the August 4 show. In one photo shared to her Story, Sarah Paulson is seen in the background; they all appeared to be guests of Casamigos.

Allison Holker & Jenna Dewan

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Allison Holker and Jenna Dewan kicked off their Eras Tour evening by attending a pre-party hosted by PEOPLE and SoFi.

"ERAS TOUR was INCREDIBLE!! Such a fun night surrounded by friends! The energy was so 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥!!!," Holker wrote on Instagram alongside a carousel of photos and videos from the night.

Jesse Tyler Ferguson & Justin Mikita

Jesse Tyler Ferguson had some fun when picking his wardrobe for the Eras Tour and opted for a Cats t-shirt — a nod to Swift's role in the 2019 film adaptation. The Modern Family alum shared photos from his spot in the VIP section alongside his husband, Justin Mikita and other special guests including Hayley Kiyoko, Becca Tilly and Molly Shannon.

Hayley Kiyoko & Becca Tilly

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Hayley Kiyoko and Becca Tilly took date night to the Eras Tour on August 3! The pair documented their experience on social media with Tilly calling the experience a "core memory."

Hilary Duff

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On August 4, Hilary Duff shared a mirror selfie to her Instagram Story explaining that while she "didn't know" she'd be attending, she was headed to the Eras Tour. The next day she posted a glimpse of the show along with the caption "Really can't believe what I witnessed last night."


A few days later, Duff was spotted at another one of Swift's shows alongside her husband Matthew Koma and their daughter, Banks. In one video, Duff appears to hug singer Becky G, who was also in the VIP area. Both Duff and Koma shared some moments to their Instagram Stories from the fun outing.

Sarah Michelle Gellar & Seth Green

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Sarah Michelle Gellar and Seth Green had themselves a mini  Buffy the Vampire Slayer at The Eras Tour in L.A. Gellar shared both a photo and video to Instagram of the pair rocking out during the set in a carousel of moments from the night including a backstage selfie with Este Haim .

Gayle King had a Saturday night to remember when she attended the Eras Tour in L.A. The journalist shared a series of photos and videos to Instagram including sweet photos with Channing Tatum, Karamo Brown and Alicia Keys — who were also in attendance.

"Saturday night!  @taylorswift  in LA w/fav daughter  @kirbybump ! Our 4th Taylor concert together over the years & she has taken things to another level!," King wrote in part.

Paula Abdul & Vince Vaughn

Vince Vaughn and Paula Abdul were a pair of unexpected pals when they posed together in the VIP section of the Eras Tour at SoFi Stadium. The former American Idol judge shared a series of photos on Instagram including one posing with Vaughn and Swift's parents.

"What a SHOW  @taylorswift ! 😍👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 It was lovely to see Taylor’s parents Scott & Andrea, Vince Vaughn and so many other familiar faces. ♥️  #LATSTheErasTour ," Abdul wrote.

Sofia Vergara

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Sofia Vergara shared a duo of selfies to her Instagram from one of Swift's shows in L.A. dressed in a sparkly two-piece ensemble .

Zach Braff, Donald Faison & Darren Criss

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Zach Braff and Donald Faison had a mini Scrubs reunion at the Eras Tour, that also included former costar Elizabeth Banks. Braff shared some moments to his Instagram Story including a "thank you" to Casamigos who appeared to host a slew of stars. Braff and Faison were also included in Lupita Nyong'o's roundup alongside Glee star Darren Criss.

Kristen Bell

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Kristen Bell was spotted at SoFi Stadium in L.A. in the VIP section in videos shared online. In one video, Bell is seen happily receiving a friendship bracelet from a fellow concertgoer.

Sofia Carson

Sofia Carson documented her Eras Tour sisters' night out on Instagram, sharing photos and videos from the L.A. show. In one photo, Carson flashes a big smile while showing off her t-shirt that reads "I remember it all too well."

Kevin Costner

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Kevin Costner was spotted at the Eras Tour on August 7 and was joined by who appeared to be his 13-year-old daughter Grace Avery.

Ashley Tisdale

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Ashley Tisdale showed off her "Taylor" t-shirt at the Eras Tour pre-party hosted by PEOPLE and SoFi on August 3. The multi-hyphenate shared a roundup of her night the day after to Instagram writing, "Last night was UNREAL!"

Madelyn Cline

Madelyn Cline shared photos and videos from her night at SoFi Stadium to Instagram including a sweet video clinking glasses with her pals from their seats and dancing along to the show.

Molly Shannon

After her experience at the Eras Tour in L.A., Molly Shannon shared a glowing shoutout to Swift on Instagram alongside a sweet montage of videos from the night.

My daughter Stella and I dancing the night away at Superstar  @taylorswift  show last night.  @estehaim   @daniellehaim  and  @alanahaim  ❤️❤️❤️opened the show. The whole night was off the charts! The show is just fantastic," Shannon wrote in part. "And Taylor sings hit after hit after hit after hit. Everyone was so emotional. My daughter, Stella and I had the BEST TIME! I am speechless."

She concluded: "She is the most generous performer LIGHTING up the stage like a shooting star.  #erastour "

Katie Couric

Katie Couric shared a sweet outing with her daughters, Ellie and Caroline at one of Swift's L.A. shows — an experience the journalist summarized as "WOW."

"This was a once in a lifetime experience I’m so glad I got to share with my girls who each have a PhD in Swiftology," Couric wrote in part. "They know every word to every song and every designer Taylor was wearing. We felt so lucky to experience this together. What I really loved is the joy Taylor exudes and the love she has for her fans and her entire team. But at the same time she remains so humble and grateful. Thank you Taylor, I don’t know how you’re going to do five more shows but I have no doubt you’ll kill it night after night. ❤️ 🫶🫶🫶👑🐐🐍✨🍂🍃💕🥰 "

Vanessa & Nick Lachey

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Nick and Vanessa Lachey geared up for Swift's show on August 3 with their daughter Brooklyn at PEOPLE and SoFi's pre-concert party. Vanessa shared a few photos from the night to Instagram along with the caption: "🫶🏽  @taylorswift  A night we will remember forever! Thank you @sofi & @people for this incredible moment! A core memory was created for SURE! 👯‍♀️🪩🤠."

Jessica Alba & Lo Bosworth


Jessica Alba joined Lo Bosworth as she hosted a group of special guests to see Swift's L.A. show in her Love Wellness lounge.

Jennie Garth

It was a girls' night for Jennie Garth and her three daughters, Luca, Lola and Fiona who attended one of Swift's shows in L.A. The four were all smiles at SoFi and PEOPLE's pre-concert party on August 3.

Mae Whitman & Miles Heizer

Besties Mae Whitman and Miles Heizer appeared to have the time of their lives at one of Swift's L.A. shows. Whitman shared a compilation of photos and videos from their night to Instagram along with the sweet caption: "This must be what that old cardigan felt like after it got snatched from under the bed :,)," she wrote, referencing one of Swift's songs, before gushing over Swift calling her "a superhero." "And miles you’re my my my my…. Lover," she concluded, giving a shoutout to her longtime friend.

Hunter Schafer

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New Girl 's Max Greenfield shared a sweet selfie with Hunter Schafer in his Eras Tour roundup shared on Instagram.

Chrishell Stause, G Flip & Emma Hernan 

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Chrishell Stause and G Flip posed together with Emma Hernan ahead of Swift's show on August 7 at a pre-concert party hosted by SoFi. Stause and G Flip also shared moments from their night to Instagram.

Stassi Schroeder

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Stassi Schroeder and her husband Beau Clark took their date night to SoFi Stadium where the Vanderpump Rules star showed off her growing baby bump.

Heidi Montag & Spencer Pratt

Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt got to see the Eras Tour from the floor of SoFi stadium. Montag shared a look at their night on Instagram which included Pratt rocking his purple Speak Now cardigan.

Shay Mitchell

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Shay Mitchell shared a look into her night at the Eras Tour in L.A. to her Instagram Story including a pile of friendship bracelets and her view from her seat with the word.

Glennon Doyle & Abby Wambach

Glennon Doyle shared a photo to X, previously known as Twitter, of she and her wife, Abby Wambach , in the crowd at SoFi stadium as the soccer star appeared to look down at a printed sheet of lyrics. "this is her trying," the author wrote on the platform.

Leading up to the show, Doyle shared a video on social media of her wife walking around the house as she learned Swift's "You Need to Calm Down."

Lance Bass rocked head to toe purple for his Eras Tour outfit in L.A. In a video shared to TikTok , Bass said, "I call this era 'Speak Now' with a nod to Lavender Haze."

Elle Fanning 

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Elle Fanning shared a selfie to her Instagram Story alongside a pal from their seats at the Eras Tour at SoFi Stadium.

Lana Condor

Lana Condor enjoyed the Eras Tour from Lo Bosworth's Love Wellness Lounge at SoFi Stadium.

Hannah Brown & Adam Woolard

Hannah Brown went for a Midnights inspired outfit for her trip to the Eras Tour in L.A. with her boyfriend, Adam Woolard . Brown showed off their outfits on TikTok as well as a view from their seats on the floor as she sang along to "You Belong With Me"

Dylan Mulvaney

Dylan Mulvaney attended one of Swift's L.A. shows as well and went full Lover era to do so. The TikToker showed off her outfit in a video shared on the platform as well as some sweet interactions she shared with fans at SoFi stadium as they exchanged friendship bracelets.

Lizzy McAlpine

On August 4, Lizzy McAlpine shared a photo to X, previously known as Twitter, of her stack of friendship bracelets on her wrist along with what appears to be the light up wrist band handed to each concertgoer at the Eras Tour.

Dita Von Teese

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Dita Von Teese , who starred in Swift's music video for "Bejeweled" was spotted at SoFi Stadium alongside Swiftie, Flavor Flav — who was returning to the Eras Tour.

Paul Stanley

KISS rocker Paul Stanley shared a photo to social media rocking an Eras Tour t-shirt alongside a caption giving Swift a shoutout for her "phenomenal" show.

"Took Erin, Sarah and Emily to see  @taylorswift  Last Night!," Stanley wrote referencing his wife and their two daughters . "6 shows at SoFi Stadium for a total of A HALF MILLION PEOPLE and I know why… PHENOMENAL SHOW BY A PHENOMENAL ARTIST. Thanks to her staff for rolling out the red carpet for us."

Aly Raisman

Aly Raisman first shared she'd been to the Eras Tour on June 5 following Swift's shows in Chicago. The Olympian posted a collection of photos and videos from the night including one hugging Julia Roberts.

"The most magical time with  @taylorswift ," she wrote on Instagram. "Such a fun night. Beyond grateful 💋 Thank you to everyone who gave me their bracelets 😊 Also  @juliaroberts  gives the best hugs 🤍🤍🤍"

Raisman was spotted again at one of the L.A. shows.

Maya Rudolph

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Maya Rudolph was spotted in the VIP area during Swift's time at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

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Josh Gad shared a selfie from his seat at the Eras tour during Swift's two-nights at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

"It’s me. Hi. I’m the dad. It’s me," he wrote alongside the photo shared on July 28 before posting a photo wearing one of Swift's Eras Tour sweatshirts.

"My first official Swifty merch," he wrote on X (the platform formerly known as Twitter). "Happy to donate to such a good cause. My daughters have never been prouder of any item of clothing I’ve ever worn."

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Celebrity makeup artist Patrick Ta joined Gigi Hadid (who has been spotted at multiple shows since the tour first began) at Swift's July 28th show in Santa Clara.

Ta shared photos and videos from his night to TikTok and Instagram including clips of he and Hadid singing, dancing and showing off their friendship bracelets . He was also seen in a video Swift shared to TikTok riding in a golf cart with Hadid as the singer's dad followed on a segway.

Tommy Dorfman

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Tommy Dorfman also attended Friday's show at Levi's Stadium and shared a glimpse at her night on social media which included singing along with Gracie Abrams and Este Haim and snapping a selfie with Gigi Hadid.

Along with a carousel of photos of videos shared to Instagram, Dorfman wrote, "THIS NIGHT IS SPARKING !!! thank you @taylorswift @haimtheband @gracieabrams for the best night of my…life?? 🦋✨🎆🧣🗽🐍💓🧚🏻🔑🕰️"

Mark Zuckerberg & Priscilla Chan

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Mark Zuckerberg  and his wife,  Dr. Priscilla Chan dressed on theme for their family outing to the Eras Tour in Santa Clara, wearing jewels around their eyes — similar to Swift's Lover album cover.

The Meta CEO shared a carousel of photos to Instagram from the night captioned "Life of a girl dad," which included a snap of Chan squatting down next to two of their daughters from their seats.

Simu Liu and his girlfriend, Allison , caught Swift's show during her two nights in Seattle.

"What a night in seattle!!!," Liu wrote on Twitter alongside photos from the night. "I was absolutely BLOWN away by the eras tour, by taylor and by all of the amazing and kind swifties that stopped by the tent to say hello and give a bracelet. you really showed me that kindness always wins. bravo!!!"

The Barbie actor also shared some photos and videos to his Instagram Story from the night including his impressive collection of beaded bracelets.

Eddie Vedder

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Pearl Jam guitarist, Eddie Vedder and his family also attended Swift's show at Lumen Field in Seattle. His wife, Jill, shared a glimpse into their family outing to her Instagram Story which included the rocker dressed in his Eras Tour best — black sequined jacket and all!

Dan Reynolds

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Image Dragons frontman, Dan Reynolds , was spotted by a fan bopping along to Swift's "Love Story" during the show in Seattle.

Rob Dyrdek shared a sweet video to TikTok on July 25 following Swift's shows in Seattle which he called the "ultimate birthday trip" for his wife, Bryiana.

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Noah Kahan was so excited about his Eras Tour experience at Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado, that he live tweeted throughout the night. "This Taylor swift s--- so cool," he wrote as the night began. "It's like 10 different shows," he added later .

He was also active on his Instagram Stories, where he showed off his outfit which featured a t-shirt with "karma" printed across the front.

Chelsea Clinton

Chelsea Clinton shared her praise for Swift's performance after catching the show with her daughter, Charlotte.

"Entirely impressed and *enchanted* by Taylor and her Eras tour. Amazing night and performance, @taylorswift13 ," the former first daughter wrote on Twitter July 16, following Swift's two nights in Denver. "Thank you for bringing 73,000+ - including Charlotte & me - heart-stretching joy and smiles that haven’t stopped!"

Trista Sutter

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Trista Sutter  shared a carousel of photos from Swift's concert in Denver on  her Instagram which included snaps of her daughter, Blakesley, and her friends decked out in sparkles for the show.

"This night was sparkling ✨ We won't let it go...🎶," the former Bachelorette wrote in part , referencing Swift's song "Enchanted."

Taylor Lautner & Taylor Dome

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Fans were in for a big surprise on July 7, when, after premiering the music video for "I Can See You," Swift welcomed Joey King , Presley Cash and  Taylor Lautner — who all star in the video — to the stage.

Lautner and Swift shared a hug after he cartwheeled and backflipped onstage in Kansas City, Missouri — a nod to the scene the two appeared in for the 2010 movie  Valentine’s Day .

“He was a very positive force in my life when I was making the  Speak Now  album, and I want to say he did every single stunt that you saw in that music video," Swift  said of her ex as she introduced him.

"He and his wife have become some of my closest friends, and it’s very convenient because we all share the same first name," she continued, shouting out Lautner's wife, Taylor Dome, who was in the audience that night.

The actor reciprocated the kind words, telling Swift onstage: “I respect you so much. Not just for the singer you are, the songwriter, the performer — but truly for the human you are. You are gracious, humble, kind and I’m honored to know you.”

Jennifer Garner

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Jennifer Garner was also in attendance for the surprise-packed show in Kansas City on July 7. To commemorate her experience, Garner shared a carousel to Instagram of photos and videos from the evening, including one that showed off her impressive collection of friendship bracelets.

" @gracieabrams  and  @taylorswift : a match made in heaven. 👯‍♀️ ," Garner wrote, shouting out one of Swift's opening acts, whom she posed with in the first photo. "We swooned for you, Gracie! And our minds are still blown by the generosity of spirit, ferocity and stamina of Taylor Swift."

She continued: "Shout out to @whereismuna , to everyone who stopped by to bring a bracelet and say hello, to stealing a couple of hours with my bestie Laura, to Kansas City for your warmth and enthusiasm and—to us for lucking into the unofficial release party of both Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) and the music video for “I Can See You”, directed by TSwift and impeccably performed by @taylorlautner , @joeyking and @helloimpresleycash . Epic night. ✨💜"

Lautner responded to his former Valentine's Day costar's post writing, "Best night EVER."

Joey & Hunter King

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On the same night, Joey King was joined by her sister, Hunter, as well as fiancé Steven Piet .

"Was any of this real??? Did this actually happen?," King wrote on Instagram alongside a carousel of photos and videos from the night. "Taylor, you’ve been such a huge figure in my life since we met when I was 9 years old. I’ve known you longer than I haven’t, and I feel so lucky for it. You are truly the most magical person. I love you forever."

Presley Cash

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Presley Cash, who starred in Swift's video for "Mean" more than 10 years ago with Joey King, reunited with the pair for "I Can See You" and was also at the Kansas City show.

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After catching Swift's show in Cincinnati, Ohio, Collette took to Instagram to express her admiration for the "Sparks Fly" singer.

“Thank you  @taylorswift  for the MOST INCREDIBLE night last night‼️🙏🏻,,” Collette  wrote on Instagram  alongside a slideshow of videos and videos the actress captured from the show.

“Your talent is immeasurable and your generosity boundless,” she continued. “Thank you for sharing it all with the world. You bring endless joy and inspiration to many, including me.”

Collette added: “It’s bloody brilliant seeing you having the time of your life up there. We’ll never forget it. Brava lady! 💥👏🏻😝🥂😘💃🪩💫🙏🏻💋  #sheisher   #erastour  👑.”

She followed up the initial post with a second series of photos where she continued to praise Swift.

“Just a few more. Can’t help it. Every song is a triumph. Every era is beautiful,” Collette continued in part for her second post.

Millie Bobby Brown & Jake Bongiovi

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Millie Bobby Brown and her fiancé Jake Bongiovi were spotted at Swift's show during her stint at the Paycor Arena in Cincinnati, Ohio, from June 30-July 1. Brown was seen dressed-up in full Lover- era attire, including a pink rhinestone heart around her eye — just like the one Swift sports on the album's cover!

David Harbour

David Harbour was spotted by fans at one of Swift's shows at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. In one photo shared to Twitter, the Stranger Things actor wore a friendship bracelet and posed with a fan.

Flavor Flav

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Flavor Flav caught Swift's show on Friday, June 9, during her stop in Detroit .

"In my RED (Taylor’s Version) Era and makin new friends at #TaylorSwift @taylorswift13," Flav wrote in a tweet alongside a photo of himself in a red ensemble, showing off a set of friendship bracelets on his wrists.

"Had to check myself and what version ya boy was reppin,,, artists supporting other artists," he added.

In another photo, the Public Enemy  founding member showed a T-shirt that read "I Knew She Was Trouble" — a nod to Swift's song "I Knew You Were Trouble."

His trip to the Eras Tour was no surprise, as Flav has previously stated: "I love me some Taylor Swift, man."

Julia Roberts

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Julia Roberts caught Swift's show in Chicago during her three nights at Solider Field from June 2-4. The actress was spotted by fans in the crowd , though also shared a tribute to Instagram about the performance.

" @taylorswift  I Love You," Roberts, who made a surprise appearance on stage during Swift's 1989 Tour, wrote alongside a photo from the show . "Thank you for being EVERYTHING WE EVER NEEDED! Ever.  #Erastour   #betty   #13 "

Melissa Etheridge & Bailey Jean Cypher


Melissa Etheridge  and daughter Bailey Cypheridge were also sure to catch one of Swift's Chicago shows and shared their excitement online .

Bailey shared a photo to her Instagram Story of her and her mom smiling from their spot in the VIP tent, while Etheridge tweeted about the show , writing, "In Chicago today with Bailey headed to see @taylorswift13 this evening."

"It’s so awesome to share the music and memories of this amazing artist with my daughter. #TaylorSwift #taylorswiftchicago #taylorswiftconcert #Pride #Pride2023," she concluded.

The Grammy winner later shared a video from the mother-daughter outing to Twitter writing, "What an amazing show and an incredible talent. We had so much fun!! Thank you @taylorswift13 #TaylorSwift #ERAS2023 #Swifties."

In the clip, the pair is seen singing along to Swift's hit song "Bad Blood."

Busy Philipps

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It appears that Busy Philipps got to see the Eras Tour not just once — but twice — according to posts shared to her Instagram. On May 15, during Swift's stint in Philadelphia, Philipps shared that she and her eldest, Birdie, had caught the show in post that included a carousel of images from their night along with the caption: "Literally a perfect show from start to finish.✨ (I’m personally claiming that I’m in my hot single mom era 😂🤷‍♀️ )."

Two weeks later, while Swift was in New Jersey, Philipps shared her "ACTUAL ROLLERCOASTER OF EMOTIONS AT TSWIFT N3" to Instagram. The actress explains in a lengthy post that the show was her youngest, Cricket's, "first giant concert" — an experience that was admittedly "too overwhelming."

She ended her post with a note to Swift writing in part, "I have an entire book to write to you someday. You FOR SURE would recognize a lot of the themes and probably even some of the characters. But until then, thank you for the magic that you’ve brought into my and my kids lives."

Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello

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Amid rumors that the former couple is rekindling their romance, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello were spotted at the Eras Tour during Swift's first night at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey in late May. The two were not shy about showing P.D.A. from the VIP tent at the show. During the song "Lover" they swayed together in unison and were seen sharing kisses during the performance.

Both stars have years-long friendships with Swift, as Mendes opened for the "Karma" singer during her 1989 World Tour and Cabello served as an opening act during the Reputation Stadium Tour (Cabello's former band, Fifth Harmony, also came out as a special guest during the 1989 tour).

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After announcing that she had collaborated with Ice Spice on a remix of her song, "Karma," Swift welcomed the rapper to the stage during her first night at MetLife Stadium to perform the song in their first-ever joint performance . The pair performed the track for the two subsequent New Jersey performances as well.

Drew Barrymore

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Drew Barrymore was on deck for Swift's Sunday night show in New Jersey and was sure to capture a few moments from her experience on camera. In a post shared to Instagram on May 30, the talk-show host said she "cried" when Swift sang "Welcome to New York" — one of her surprise songs of the evening.

"I moved here not knowing where my life was going. And I actually found myself so happy in this chapter. I also cried watching my daughters and cousin Sadie watch and love and sing to someone so admirable," the mom of daughters Olive and Frankie wrote in her Instagram post that included photos of Swift as well as one shot of Barrymore watching from the crowd.

"YOU. I LOVE YOU TAYLOR SWIFT!!!!!!!! You are the role model all of us girls and women need," she continued. "Thank you for one of the best nights of our lives. We are so lucky to have seen your show. Your oh so giving 3 hour show. Ps we listen to you on vinyl every morning to get ready for our day. You transcend. And make life beautiful. Everyone passing beaded bracelets around. Witnessing the good."

Robert Pattinson & Suki Waterhouse

It appears the famously private couple also popped by MetLife Stadium on Sunday night to catch Swift's show. Robert Pattinson and Suki Waterhouse were both pictured in a photo shared by Keleigh Teller in a TikTok video documenting her time at the Eras Tour.

Waterhouse also shared a photo to her Instagram Story Tuesday which appeared to be taken the same night, as evidenced by her outfit and a New York Jets logo in the background (the Jets share MetLife Stadium as their home stadium with the New York Giants).

"Wish I had more photos of last night 😂," she captioned the silly shot.

Miles & Keleigh Teller

Miles and Keleigh Teller , who are both featured in Swift's music video for the song "I Bet You Think About Me," were sure to catch the singer during her time in New Jersey. The two were joined by NFL star Aaron Rodgers, who recently signed with the New York Jets, for both the Saturday and Sunday show.

On Monday, Keleigh shared a roundup of their weekend to Instagram captioned: "48 hours in ERAs heaven🫶🏻☁️🌼🎉🍾💙💜🌷"

The carousel of moments included a sweet shot of Keleigh and Swift, a video of Rodgers singing along to "august," and Miles jamming out with Julia Garner.

Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers , whose home stadium is now MetLife Stadium, visited the New Jersey venue to catch Swift's show on May 27 . The NFL player revealed that he was joined by the Tellers in a video shared to his Instagram Story along with the caption: "Taylor Time."

In videos captured by fans, Rodgers was seen dancing along to the set to songs like "Shake It Off" and "Style."

Rodgers caught the show for a second time on Sunday, which he shared on his Story with a photo of the stage and the caption "Night 2." He was also seen in videos and photos shared by Keleigh.

Julia Garner

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Julia Garner was also in New Jersey Sunday night for the Eras Tour and shared a glimpse into her night on her Instagram Story. In one video she was seen singing along to "You Belong with Me" with Keleigh.

Bradley Cooper

Bradley Cooper brought his daughter, Lea De Seine, to the Eras Tour during Swift's three-night stint in New Jersey. In one video captured by a fan, the actor was seen jumping around to "Shake It Off."

Molly Ringwald & Lin-Manuel Miranda

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On night one of her time at MetLife Stadium, Swift had two other special guests in the audience: Lin-Manuel Miranda and Molly Ringwald .

The Pretty in Pink star shared a sweet selfie with the Hamilton creator to Instagram along with the caption: "Swifties 💕 Thank you  @jwuntitled  !!  #taylorswift   #erastour ."

Ringwald also shared a glimpse at the view from their seats along with a few shots of her daughter, Adele, who joined her for the special night in New Jersey.

In Miranda's own post to Instagram, he shared another selfie with Ringwald as well as a shot of his wife, Vanessa Nadal, and Mariska Hargitay — who caught her second Eras Tour show after first seeing it in Nashville.

"...what if I told you I'm a mastermind (@taylorswift ftw, what an incredible show)," he captioned the post that also included a clip of Swift performing "Mastermind" and Miranda sweetly mouthing along next to his wife.

Paul Rudd was also in the crowd at MetLife Stadium to catch Swift's show and was seen accepting a friendship bracelet in a video captured by a fan, a tradition during this tour.

Cara Delevingne

Mariska Hargitay Instagram

Swift's longtime pal was in the crowd on Friday when the singer took the stage at MetLife Stadium for the first time during the Eras Tour. While fans spotted Cara Delevingne at the show, Mariska Hargitay also posted a selfie of the pair and highlighted the fun connection the two share.

" @caradelevingne  and me had a lil  #BadBlood  reunion," Hargitay wrote, referring to Swift's star-studded music video for "Bad Blood," which the two were both featured in. " #Mother ’sChucker  #Justice   #BandAidsDon ’tFixBulletHoles 🖤🔥🖤🔥"

Emily Ratajkowski 

Emily Ratajkowski shared that she got a chance to see Swift in New Jersey as well with a cute TikTok video sharing a glimpse into her night. For most of the video, the actress and model sang and danced along to Swift's song "Style" before showing a quick clip of Phoebe Bridgers, who was one of Swift's openers in New Jersey.

Maren Morris

Maren Morris shared a video from her spot in the VIP tent at MetLife Stadium of herself singing along to Swift's "You Belong With Me." Morris poked fun at the magnitude of the show by writing "She's gonna be huge one day!" on top of the video and adding a caption that read: "Just a tiny club show."

A week after her Today with Hoda & Jenna co-host, Jenna Bush Hager, caught the Eras Tour at Gillette Stadium, it was Hoda Kotb's time to experience the performance! Kotb was spotted sporting an Eras Tour T-shirt under a jean jacket in a snapshot captured by a fan . She also posted a series of selfies from her journey to the stadium via public transportation.

Gal Gadot brought her daughters along to catch Swift's show in New Jersey, Today noted, and shared a glimpse into her night with an Instagram Story along with the caption: “Even with one happy and sleepy child, I had the best time. @taylorswift you’re an inspiration." In the video, one of her daughters appeared to be clinging on to mom as she danced to "Shake It Off, the outlet highlighted. In one video captured by a fan, she was seen jamming out to Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble ."

Ben Stiller & Christine Taylor

Ben Stiller and Christina Taylor were also spotted at MetLife Stadium during Swift's three-day visit with Stiller rocking a trucker hat and shades and Taylor wearing a striped yellow dress.

Jenny Han & Lola Tung

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The Summer I Turned Pretty author, Jenny Han, was joined by her leading lady, Lola Tung, at one of Swift's New Jersey shows, which Han sweetly chronicled on her TikTok.

In the video, the two were seen getting emotional and signing their hearts out during the three-hour set.

Ben Platt & Noah Galvin

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On May 28, Ben Platt shared that he and his fiancé were at MetLife Stadium to catch Swift's last night in New Jersey before heading to Chicago for her next stop. In clips shared to his Instagram Story, Platt captured Swift singing "Lover" before panning to Galvin at his side.

Gordon Ramsay

Gordon Ramsay took a break from the kitchen and traveled to MetLife Stadium to catch Swift's show. In one video captured by a fan, the celebrity chef accepted a friendship bracelet .

Mike Myers was also in the crowd during Swift's stint in New Jersey and was spotted by fans entering the VIP tent .

Uma Thurman

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Uma Thurman was seen in the crowd during Swift's time in New Jersey along with her daughter, Maya Hawke — who was attending the show for the second time! Hawke could also be seen in the background of a video shared by singer, Fletcher.

Fletcher also got a chance to catch the Eras tour during Swift's time in New Jersey. She shared a video to TikTok lip syncing to "Blank Space" from the VIP tent along with the caption: "no lies detected."

Rachel Zegler

Rachel Zegler was captured by the photographer, @ joshlcamera , at Friday night's show in New Jersey.

"this came out so beautifully— thank you for asking me ❤️," she commented on the Instagram post.

Chandler Kinney & Bailee Madison

Following the conclusion of Swift's three New Jersey shows, Bailee Madison and Chandler Kinney, who both star in the series Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin, documented their time — friendship bracelets and all — at the Eras Tour in a video shared to TikTok.

Bowen Yang & Matt Rogers

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Matt Rogers shared a rundown of his Eras Tour experience with Bowen Yang in a post shared to Instagram that included a photo of the comedians carrying large iced drinks with the stage in the background.

J.J. Abrams 

J.J. Abrams was spotted at one of the New Jersey shows supporting his daughter, Gracie, who opened for Swift during her Saturday night performance.

Kathryn Gallagher

Kathryn Gallagher shared that she was on her way to the Eras Tour in a video shared to TikTok in which she wore stacks of friendship bracelets and Lover- inspired makeup.

Jessica Capshaw

Jessica Capshaw was was spotted enjoying the show from the VIP tent during Swift's stint in New Jersey. Days later during a panel featuring her former Grey's Anatomy costar, Camilla Luddington, the two were asked about their favorite Swift songs and Capshaw revealed "Vigilante S***t," "Wonderland," "Enchanted" and "The Man" were top of her list.

Nicky Hilton

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Nicky Hilton Rothschild  was also at Metlife Stadium in New Jersey during Swift's three-night stay and she brought her daughters along for the ride .

"Witnessing the pure joy in their eyes as they experience their very first concert. 🥹💕🎸🎤🎶💖," she captioned a sweet post of her younger daughter Theodora "Teddy" Marilyn enjoying the show while wearing a shimmery dress and cat ears.

The mom of three was also joined by her older daughter,  Lily-Grace Victoria, 6, and Oscar de la Renta co-Creative Director, Fernando Garcia, who shared a series of snaps from their experience at the show.

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Ivy Getty shared that she is a "Swiftie for life" in an Instagram post showcasing her Eras Tour experience — complete with friendship bracelets, a glittery outfit and Swift's signature "13" written on her hand.

Robin Roberts

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Robin Roberts shared a sweet selfie with Mariska Hargitay on Instagram from their time at MetLife Stadium , writing that "Everything about  @taylorswift  concert last night was incredible!"

"Her singing, the dancers, the different settings…all spectacular!👏🏽 Huge bonus was finally meeting this dynamic, talented woman  @therealmariskahargitay ," the Good Morning America anchor continued. "Have admired her for years! I’m not the only one who feels that way. Swifties know that Taylor named one of her beloved cats after Mariska’s character on  #SVU  Olivia Benson!💕"

Jenna Bush Hager

Jenna Bush Hager and her family traveled to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts on May 19 where Swift was doing a three-night stint at the home of the New England Patriots. The former first daughter was joined by her husband Henry Chase Hager and daughters Mila and Poppy — who sported matching "Swift 89" jerseys with their mom.

On Monday morning's broadcast, the Today with Hoda & Jenna co-host said it was the best concert she'd ever been to.

"It was so much fun," she exclaimed. "We listened to the playlist [before] so the girls could sing almost every word. ... We danced like crazy. It was Poppy's first concert ... We stayed 'til the end, they were totally enjoying it."

Bush Hager also shared video compilation of photos from the concert on Instagram. "ONE for the ERAS! TS ❤️ forever," she wrote. "So fun being a family of Swifties!"

On May 20, Mac Jones visited his home stadium with girlfriend Sophie Scott to catch Swift during her time in Foxborough.

The two donned sparkling outfits for their magical date and the New England Patriots quarterback even topped off his ensemble with a " Taylor Swift " baseball cap to show his full dedication.

"This night was SPARKLING," Scott wrote on Instagram alongside a few shots of the couple. "I'll never let it go."

Walker Zimmerman

Walker Zimmerman celebrated his birthday in style this year.

In a video shared to Instagram, the U.S. Men's National Soccer Team player was seen passionately singing along to "All Too Well" from his seat. The song seems to be a huge favorite of his, as the center-back was captured belting it out during a karaoke session back in October 2022 .

Blake Lively

Blake Lively caught the Eras Tour during her stint in Philadelphia from May 12-14. The mother of four was joined by her two oldest daughters, Inez and James, who got a call-out from Swift during Friday's show .

While what she said off-mic in a video captured by a fan wasn't entirely clear, it appeared she greeted each of the kids with a "hi" as she smiled mid-song. During her set, she also mentioned her use of the names James, Inez and Betty — Lively and Ryan Reynolds' third daughter — as characters on her album Folklore .

After the show, the little ones were spotted with their mom and Swift as they exited the stage and James held on to "aunt" Taylor 's hand.

Nicole Kidman & Keith Urban

Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman appeared to dance their hearts out while stopping by the Eras Tour in Philadelphia. In a video shared to Urban's TikTok, the country star gave Swift and her team a shoutout as well as "ALL of the swifties who showered us with sooooo many friendship bracelets."

In the video, the couple danced and sang along to "Style" as Swift performed in the background.

"we had the BEST night!!!," Urban continued. "your show is f------ phenomenal T."

On Instagram, Urban shared a photo to his Story of the rainbow of friendship bracelets gifted to the couple.

Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence was also the recipient of friendship bracelets while attending a show in Philadelphia. In one video shared to TikTok , The Hunger Games alumna greeted fans from the VIP tent with colorful bracelets stacked on her wrists.

Lena Dunham

Lena Dunham celebrated her 37th birthday by catching her longtime friend perform in Philadelphia on May 13.

And when you're friends with the headliner, you get your birthday wishes granted. While introducing one of her "surprise songs" Saturday night, Swift said she picked a specific tune at Dunham's request .

"She wanted to hear 'Forever & Always,'" Swift said in a video captured of the moment .

The following weekend, the Girls creator caught another show and revealed she was in the crowd at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, where the singer performed through hours of pouring rain .

"Nothing on this earth like an @taylorswift rain show - momentous, historic, joyful," Dunham wrote in part over a video taken of the stage. "Did I cry? Scream? Dance with my one good knee? YES YES YES."

Bethenny Frankel

Bethenny Frankel took her daughter, Bryn, on a special trip to Philly to catch Swift's show. The 13-year-old chose an on-theme ensemble that included sparkles, fringe and feathers. The Real Housewives of New York alumna shared on Instagram that it was her daughter's first concert.

"This is my girl. Only for her would I drive two hours on a Friday to give her a special treat. LOVE was in the air in Philly, hometown to @taylorswift !," Frankel wrote on Instagram alongside a collection of photos and videos from the trip.

"She is a great role model for my sweet girl Bryn," she continued. "She was perfectly punctual (which is a first in my lifetime) and performed her heart out for all three hours — singing, guitar, and piano. She truly is a triple threat who deserves every ounce of her success. I rarely say, 'I couldn't do what she does,' but that was a performance of a lifetime. She now has a new fan."

Sabrina Carpenter

Sabrina Carpenter took a break from her own tour to catch Swift during her first night in Philadelphia. The singer was spotted by fans hanging out in the VIP tent during Friday's show.

Amid dating rumors between the comedian and one of Swift's openers, Phoebe Bridgers, Bo Burnham was spotted in the background of Keith Urban's TikTok video from the Philadelphia show. In the video, Burnham and Bridgers were seen getting cozy and at one point, he appeared to pull her in close.

Antoni Porowski & Kevin Harrington

In videos captured of Gigi Hadid getting her second dose of the Eras Tour, this time in Philadelphia, Antoni Porowski was spotted dancing along with his fiancé next to the model.

Matty Healy

Amid romance rumors between the 1975 frontman and Swift, Matty Healy was spotted checking out the Eras Tour in Nashville on more than one occasion. The first sighting came on night one of her three-night stint in Nashville when Healy was seen alongside Boygenius' Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus in the VIP tent. The following night, he joined Phoebe Bridgers , who was opening for Swift, onstage and played guitar for the duration of her set.

Following his performance, he took his spot in the audience and was seen dancing next to models Gigi Hadid and Lily Aldridge , in videos shared to social media by fans.

Healy also attended the Sunday night rain show .

The following weekend, Healy was back on stage with Bridgers for her set on May 12 in Philadelphia and was also spotted spending time with Swift's dad, Scott, in the VIP area of the Lincoln Financial Field during her three nights in Philly. Weeks later, the musicians called it quits .

Gigi Hadid & Lily Aldridge

Gigi Hadid and Lily Aldridge, who both appeared in Swift's A-lister-packed "Bad Blood" music video, were seen in Nashville enjoying the Eras Tour. In videos shared to social media, the two were singing and dancing as their pal hit the stage.

Hadid also spotted attending a show in Philadelphia the following weekend.

Maya Hawke was spotted by fans in Nashville attending one of Swift's three shows the weekend of May 5. She appeared to be joined by the singer, Samia .

In a video shared to TikTok, Hawke was seen chatting with Hadid in the VIP tent alongside Aldridge.

The Stranger Things star was also spotted by fans at one of Swift's New Jersey with her mom, Uma Thurman.

Mariska Hargitay

Another member of the "Bad Blood" posse is Mariska Hargitay , whose Law & Order: SVU character, Olivia Benson, inspired the name of one of Swift's cats. The actress shared a glimpse into her night at one of the three Nashville shows over the weekend of May 5-7, including a clip of herself lipsyncing to Swift's song "The Man."

In one video shared to Instagram , Hargitay danced to "Shake It Off" alongside Reese Witherspoon and her daughter, Ava Phillippe , who also attended the show. Hargitay was also joined by her daughter, Amaya, Parade noted.

"Thank you magnificent and miraculous @taylorswift for your magic," Hargitay wrote. "It's such a gift to be in your stunning, sparkly, powerful and délicate wonderland. How do you make a stadium filled with 70,000 people feel like your cozy living room♥️ You are pure magic! Thank you for exquisite talent, your courage and all your wisdom. Your STAMINA!!and your #SHIMMER #ShakeItOff glorious night @reesewitherspoon and avaphillippe"

Hargitay also caught the show in New Jersey during Swift's three nights at MetLife Stadium.

Reese Witherspoon & Ava Phillippe

The mother-daughter duo was sure to catch Swift during her stop in Nashville! In addition to the clip shared by Hargitay, Reese Witherspoon shared her own videos of the night on social media.

Along with a video of Swift singing "Bejeweled," the Legally Blonde star wrote: "What a night to remember ! @taylorswift in front of 70,000 incredible fans ✨The stellar song choices , inspired choreography, other-worldly art design ... an incredible night to dance, sing and feel so much JOY .. thank you @taylorswift and the whole ERAS tour team for shining so bright tonight ✨💫⭐️."

Ava Phillippe shared her own tribute to Instagram with her "highlights" from the night that included, "Crying & holding my bff listening to 'Fifteen' during the acoustic set."

"thank you @taylorswift for the most ✨enchanted✨ of nights we'll never forget!" she concluded.

Candice King

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Candice King shared that her experience at the Eras Tour in Nashville was an "unforgettable night" that included a "four hour weather delay."

"So much running, so much dancing, and even more singing all in the warm spring midnight rain ☔️," the Vampire Diaries alumna wrote on Instagram alongside a carousel of photos from the evening including the multi-colored fringe jacket she wore for the occasion.

Joe Locke was spotted by fans at Mercedes-Benz Stadium during Swift's three nights in Atlanta.

Joseph Kahn

Joseph Kahn, who has directed numerous music videos for Swift, got to catch the Grammy winner's show in Houston.

Kahn applauded the performance on Twitter , writing, “Irrespective of our friendship, this is my honest opinion: @taylorswift is putting on the show of a lifetime with the Eras Tour. It’s as big, bold, and artistic as any of the great pop stars of history. It’s fueled by her imagination and her soul. It’s stunning and beautiful.”

Joanna Gaines

Joanna Gaines shared a glimpse of her experience at the Eras Tour during Swift's three-day stint in Houston from April 21-23 at NRG Stadium. In a series of posts to her Instagram Story, the HGTV star shared a few snaps of her view of the stage as well as a smiling selfie. In one slide, Gaines called the performance "such an unbelievable show."

JoAnna Garcia Swisher

JoAnna Garcia Swisher shared that she brought her little ones to one of Swift's shows in Tampa with an adorable montage posted to Instagram .

" @taylorswift thank you for one of the most memorable and incredible nights of our lives," the Sweet Magnolias actress wrote. "The way you share your talent, your thoughts, and your heart with your fans is incredible. Watching my girls experience your show was something I will never forget ❤️"

The Piano Man himself stopped by the Eras Tour during Swift's three-night stint in Tampa, April 13-15. A photo shared to social media showed Billy Joel posing with Swift backstage alongside his wife, Alexis Roderick and their two daughters Della Rose and Remy Anne .

Joel also shared a series of photos to Instagram on April 16 chronicling his family's experience at the show, writing, "Rockin' into our new 'era' thank you @Taylorswift we loved the show!" along with the hashtags " #swifties #taylorswift #theerastour ."

Aaron Dessner

Aaron Dessner, who helped produce both folklore and evermore , took the stage in Tampa alongside the "Red" singer not once but twice. Before joining her on stage for nights two and three, as Rolling Stone noted, he was spotted in the crowd on the first night of her stop at the Raymond James Stadium.

"Still buzzing from those 3 shows in Tampa!!!," Swift wrote on Instagram after the three-night tenure in Florida. "Thank you to the unforgettably epic crowds and to @aarondessner for coming out to play twice with me, we've been dreaming about that for so long!! So grateful for the memories we're making on this tour 🥲"

Dessner, who's also a member of the band The National, shared a clip of the performance of their song "The Great War" — which they played together live for the first time.

"Playing the Great War for the first time in Tampa....Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine getting to play a song for 80,000 people on acoustic guitar with @taylorswift ❤️🥹❤️eternally grateful for all the music we have made and your friendship," he wrote on Instagram. "The #tstheerastour is the greatest show I've ever seen!!!!!"

He joined Swift on stage for a second time the following night to perform "Mad Woman" from behind the piano .

Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez attended the Eras Tour stop in Arlington, Texas, dressed in a cardigan from the "Lavender Haze" singer's merch and sporting a hairstyle reminiscent of the one Swift sported during her Folklore era.

Swift's longtime bestie was also joined by a very special guest, her little sister Gracie Elliott Teefey , who wore a purple dress very similar to the one Swift wore in another era of her career — Speak Now .

Following the show, Gomez shared a tribute to the night on Instagram that included a short video of the sisters moving along to Swift performing her song "Delicate."

"Thank you bestie for having me and my sissy transport into your mystical, euphoric and special world," Gomez wrote. "Proud to know you! love you forever and always."

Ethan Hawke

Ethan Hawke was also spotted in the crowd by fans at Swift's show in Arlington chatting with Gomez, whom he worked with in the 2013 film Getaway .

Jack Antonoff & Margaret Qualley

On April 1, Swift welcomed another special guest to Texas — her friend and collaborator, Jack Antonoff , who was joined by his fiancée Margaret Qualley , per photos and videos shared to social media.

When introducing her "surprise song" of the night , "Death by a Thousand Cuts," Swift called Antonoff her "collaborator of dreams" and shared with the audience that he was in the crowd that night.

Before revealing the name of the song, Swift recalled another occasion she had played the tune, and how she'd wished Antonoff had been there to hear how loudly the crowd sang along to the bridge.

"We wrote this song together," she said. "And I really want him to hear you do it so I am really hoping that you know the words to this song — I'm going to take my chances"

Antonoff also shared a few glimpses of his experience at the show through his Instagram Story which included short clips of different songs from the night.

Antonoff was also in attendance at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey and joined Swift onstage to perform one of her surprise songs of the night, "Getaway Car" on May 26.

Ellen Pompeo

Ellen Pompeo shared a glimpse into her experience at the Eras Tour in Las Vegas to her Instagram Story. In the video, her daughter Sienna May lip-synced to "Blank Space" dressed in a sparkly dress.

The concert was a full-circle moment for both parties as Swift famously named one of her cats Meredith Grey, after Pompeo's character on Grey's Anatomy , and Pompeo appeared in the starry video for Swift's single, "Bad Blood."

Shania Twain

It seems "Blank Space" is quite popular among the stars as Shania Twain also showed her love for the pop hit on her Instagram Stories.

The country legend was filmed dancing to the 2014 hit and summed up the video with "What a show!" after attending the concert in Vegas.

Emma Roberts

One fan was able to catch Emma Roberts appearing to have the time of her life in Vegas, dancing and singing to "Style" in a video shared to TikTok.

Chloë Grace Moretz

Chloë Grace Moretz was seen in a video, re-shared to Twitter by a Swift fan account, jumping up and down and singing along to "Love Story." The actress herself later posted photos from her epic Vegas weekend.

Emma Watson

Numerous fans spotted the Emma Watson in the VIP section during Swift's stop in Las Vegas and in this video , she was seen enjoying the show next to Este Haim.

Marcus Mumford

Marcus Mumford , who is a longtime collaborator and friend of Swift's, joined her on stage in Las Vegas and performed "Cowboy Like Me" from her album Evermore . Though he has previously included the song in his own set lists, this was the first time Swift had performed the song live, Rolling Stone noted .

Jade Jolie — who was featured in the music video for Swift's "You Need to Calm Down" — went all out with a themed outfit which she posted to her Instagram .

The RuPaul's Drag Race alum is known to bear a strong resemblance to Swift — she's even tapped herself a "TSwift Illusionist" in her Instagram bio.

Khalen Saunders

For Khalen Saunders , the Eras Tour was a family affair. Not only was Saunders joined by his daughter and wife to experience Swift's show, his older brother, Kameron , is one of the tour's dancers!

"Just to think, my babies have seen their dad AND their Tete Goofy perform on a world stage! Excellent show last night @taylorswift you might really be the 🐐," he wrote on Instagram . "And to my big brother, continue to inspire. Myself, all those hopeful dancers, and the rest of the world needs people like you to look to when you need hope. Love you ❤️🤞🏾"

The international DJ also showed up for Swift's Saturday night show in Las Vegas, sharing a few glimpses of his experience to his Instagram Story. In one slide, he captioned the video, "I kinda know the lyrics," while moving along to "Anti-Hero."

Diplo and Swift have a history , as he came under fire years ago after sharing a body-shaming tweet about the "Bad Blood" songstress.

Nathan Chen

The Gold-medalist figure skater stopped by Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas to catch one of Swift's two shows in Sin City. Nathan Chen shared a carousel of videos to Instagram along with the cheeky caption: "Not not a Swiftie 🫡."

Laura Dern made sure to get in on the fun for the Eras Tour kickoff in Glendale, Arizona, with her family.

Dern, who starred as the evil stepmother in Swift's music video for "Bejeweled," shared on Instagram that she was en route to the show with her two kids, Ellery and Jaya .

"First time in five years. Taylor here we come," she captioned the fun photo, which showed the trio sporting cowboy hats.

Later, the Big Little Lies actress posted a few snaps of Swift's show from the crowd and even managed to snag a pic with the queen herself (above).

"Celebrating our amazing buddy's first show of tour," Dern wrote. "Extraordinary. Found family. #ErasTour "

Fan videos taken from inside the stadium revealed that Laura Dern and her kids were not the only special guests that Friday night.

The actress danced the night away with two of the Haim sisters — who also starred in the "Bejeweled" music video — and Emma Stone .

HAIM will serve as an opening act for Swift later in the tour.

In another video shared by a fan , Emma Stone took us back to that scene from Easy A as she was seen singing and dancing her heart out. The actress responded to "You Belong With Me" with as much excitement as you'd expect from any fan lucky enough to attend the Eras Tour — famous or not!

Former NFL player, JJ Watt , had nothing but "respect" for Swift after snagging a seat to the first night.

On March 19, Watt shared a video to Twitter about his experience, explaining that he attended the show with his wife Kealia and her friends.

"First off, unbelievable," he said. "The production, the set design, the video boards, the sound quality, the speakers — just you can tell when somebody does something at the top of their game and is trying to do the right way for their fans, and this is done the right way for people paying money to come and see her."

He later applauded the length of the set, touting that the performance went on for "3 hours and 15 minutes" and that the singer performed "44 songs" with "no intermission."

"When your fans pay for a ticket, they are getting their money's worth and some," he wrote alongside the video.

Danica Patrick

Danica Patrick caught the Eras Tour during Swift's first stop in Arizona and shared a glimpse on her experience to Instagram through photos and videos and called out the singer's impressive 44 song setlist.

"We were all so in the moment that we didn't take many pictures together and I didn't even take that many videos," Patrick wrote in part. " @taylorswift sang 44 songs and it was the most amazing concert I have ever seen. Swiftie for life. ❤️"

Samara Weaving

Samara Weaving also appeared to snag a seat to one of Swift's first tour dates in Glendale, Arizona, as she shared a glimpse into her night on her Instagram Stories — which were posted by a fan on Twitter.

In one clip shared to TikTok, Swift was seen performing her song "Mirrorball," which was the night's surprise song.

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Beyoncé ‘s Renaissance tour is in full swing, and amid the tens of thousands of people the “Alien Superstar” singer performs for every night are a slew of her famous friends and fans who have come to support her.

The Renaissance World Tour kicked off in Stockholm, Sweden, on May 17 with an impressive, three-hour  showcase  of 37 hits, and is set to continue throughout Europe until July 9, before heading to Toronto for two dates at Rogers Centre. The tour heads to the United States, starting with Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field and making stops in Chicago, East Rutherford, N.J., Atlanta, Houston and more before concluding Sept. 27 at the Caesars Superdome in New Orleans.

Among the famous faces spotted in the crowd of various tour stops were Sir Paul McCartney, Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez, Dua Lipa, Bey’s Destiny’s Child bandmate Kelly Rowland and many, many more.

See below for all the celebrities who have made appearances at Beyoncé’s Renaissance tour stops, either in the audience or on stage, which we’ll be updating as the 32-time Grammy winner makes her way across the globe.

Paul McCartney

The Beatles member playfully posed for fans before enjoying Bey’s show at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England.

Paul McCartney hitting a pose at Beyoncé’s concert in London #RENAISSANCEWorldTour — RENAISSANCE Updates🪩 (@B7Album) June 6, 2023

Ariana Grande

Grande rocked a Glinda the Good Witch-inspired look in an all-pink outfit and big white sunglasses during the London show.

ARIANA GRANDE IS AT THE RENAISSANCE TOUR GET UPPPP😭😭😭😭😭 — 𝗱𝗮𝗻𝗻𝘆🫧💚 (@beyoncegarden) June 4, 2023

Another pop superstar in London was Dua Lipa, who sweetly waved to fans before the show.

Dua Lipa being cute at the Renaissance World Tour — RENAISSANCE Updates🪩 (@B7Album) May 29, 2023

Frank Ocean

Frank Ocean was also spotted making his way through the crowd at Bey’s London show.

FRANK OCEAN IS AT THE RENAISSANCE TOUR GET UP😭😭😭😭😭 — 𝗱𝗮𝗻𝗻𝘆🫧💚 (@beyoncegarden) May 29, 2023

Kelly Rowland

Beyoncé gave a sweet shoutout to her Destiny’s Child bandmate during “Break My Soul” in London, as Rowland was seen cheering along from the crowd.

Beyoncé giving a shout out to Kelly Rowland at the Renaissance World Tour last night during 'Break My Soul' 👑 #RWT2023 @Beyonce — Laura Wilsmore (@LauraWilsmore) June 5, 2023

Sacha Baron Cohen & Isla Fisher

The celebrity couple was seen enjoying the London show alongside Rowland, McCartney and Jay-Z.

Kelly Rowland, Jay Z, Sacha Baron Cohen, Isla Fisher, Stella and Paul McCartney at Beyoncè Renaissance tour last night — Amelia Turner (@ajturner30) June 5, 2023

Priyanka Chopra-Jonas

Priyanka Chopra-Jonas was seen dancing and belting her heart out to “Love on Top” in videos captured by fans at the London tour stop.

Priyanka Chopra, Daniel Kaluuya and JAY-Z tonight at Beyoncé’s #RENAISSANCEWorldTour show in London. — RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR (@RenaissanceWT) June 3, 2023

Megan Thee Stallion, Chris Rock & Vivica A. Fox

Meg and Fox posed for photos and looked to have an absolute blast at the Paris show, and the Independence Day actress posted a series of moments from the show to Instagram, including one photo hugging Chris Rock, who was also in attendance.

Selena Gomez

The Only Murders in the Building star was seen smiling and giving fans high fives at the Paris show.

🚨 Selena Gomez ce soir à Paris, lors du concert de Beyoncé au Stade de France ! 🎤 — GOSSIP ROOM (@GossipRoomOff) May 26, 2023

Pharrell Williams

Pharrell kept it low key in a hat and sunglasses while waving to fans in the crowd.

PHARRELL WILLIAMS IS AT THE RENAISSANCE TOUR😭😭😭 — 𝗱𝗮𝗻𝗻𝘆🫧💚 (@beyoncegarden) May 26, 2023

Lenny Kravitz & Kris Jenner

The duo were seen making their way through the crowd in Paris.

KRIS JENNER & LENNY KRAVITZ ARE AT THE RENAISSANCE TOUR GAG😭😭😭😭😭 — 𝗱𝗮𝗻𝗻𝘆🫧💚 (@beyoncegarden) May 26, 2023

“Last night I talked to god @Beyonce,” Kesha fittingly captioned a post from Paris.

📢 | Kesha on attending the RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR in Paris last Friday “Last night I talked to god @Beyonce ” — Beyoncé Press. 🪩 | Fan Account (@beyoncepress) May 28, 2023

The “About Damn Time” singer was brought to tears at a recent Renaissance Tour stop when she was name-checked. Later, the star also recreated Beyonce and Blue Ivy’s “My Power” dance from where she was stationed in the audience.

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Zendaya and Tom Holland

The couple was spotted happily singing “Love on Top” to each other during one of the Warsaw, Poland, shows.

TOM HOLLAND & ZENDAYA SINGING “LOVE ON TOP” AT BEYONCÉ’S SHOW IN WARSAW TONIGHT – that’s the cutest thing you’ll see today 🥹🥹 #RenaissanceWorldTour 🇵🇱🫶🏻 — ariannea (@ariannea_minaj) June 27, 2023

Kamala Harris

The U.S. vice president thanked Bey on social media for a lovely date night with her husband, Douglas Emhoff, following the star’s Aug. 5 show in Washington, D.C.

Thanks for a fun date night, @Beyonce ! — Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) August 6, 2023


Lisa shared several videos to her Instagram Stories on Sept. 1, following Beyonce’s Aug. 30 show at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. The first clip was a video of Queen Bey singing “Dangerously In Love,” which the K-pop star captioned three white heart emojis. Another video featured Blue Ivy blowing kisses to the crowd.

Prince Harry & Meghan Markle

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were also among the numerous celebrities that came out for Beyonce’s Renaissance Tour stop at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif., on Sept. 1. The famous couple was spotted in a fan-captured photo, seen below on X (formerly Twitter).

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attended Beyoncé’s ‘Renaissance World Tour’ show in Los Angeles. — Pop Crave (@PopCrave) September 2, 2023

Pedro Pascal

The Last of Us and Mandalorian star was having the time of his life during Beyonce’s concert at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif., on Sept. 1. “I’m f—ing dying!” he’s shouts in a video recorded by actor Sarah Paulson.

Pedro Pascal reacts to seeing Beyoncé perform live at the Renaissance World Tour: "I’m f*cking dying!" — Pop Crave (@PopCrave) September 2, 2023

The Migos rapper took Beyonce’s request of fans wearing the “most fabulous silver fashions” to heart during the superstar’s Renaissance Tour stop at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif., on Sept. 1. Offset shared several stylish photos of himself donning a black and silver outfit, along with videos from the star-studded show. “Renaissance,” he captioned the Instagram post.

Gabrielle Union

The actress took to her Instagram Story to share some highlights from Beyonce’s Renaissance Tour stop at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif., on Sept. 1. “This is a reminder, in case you needed it,” she captioned a glamorous video of herself before the show.

Offset, Khaled, Wiz Khalifa, Coi Leray, 2 Chainz and Roddy Ricch

Offset, DJ Khaled, Wiz Khalifa, Coi Leray, 2 Chainz and Roddy Ricch

Offset, DJ Khaled, Wiz Khalifa, Coi Leray, 2 Chainz and Roddy Ricch were spotted backstage at the Sept. 1 show in Inglewood, Calif.

Kylie Jenner & Timothee Chalamet

The lip kit mogul and actor were spotted kissing at the Sept. 4 show at SoFi Stadium.

Kylie Jenner and Timothée Chalamet Go Public with Romance at Beyoncé Concert — TMZ (@TMZ) September 5, 2023

Lizzo & Chris Rock

Lizzo and Chris Rock

The “About Damn Time” singer — who was spotted with comedian Chris Rock — helped Beyonce fulfill her birthday wish by attending the Sept. 4 show at SoFi stadium in a silver outfit.

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Khloé Kardashian, Penelope Disick, Kim Kardashian, North West, Kris Jenner, Lauren Sanchez and Jeff Bezos

The Kardashian family’s Kim Kardashian, Kris Jenner, Khloe Kardashian, Penelope Disick and North West were spotted in their best silver looks with Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and his fiancee, Lauren Sanchez, at the Sept. 4 show at SoFi Stadium.

The singer showed off a series of videos and photos on Instagram from Queen Bey’s birthday show on Sept. 4. “came to [kiss emoji] the ring @beyonce thank you for being born so we can all be better,” she captioned her carousel.

Kate Hudson

The actress was spotted with Katy Perry at the concert, and also shared a video from the show to her Instagram Stories the day after the Sept. 4 event.

Kerry Washington, Kelly Rowland & Meghan Markle

Kerry Washington, Kelly Rowland and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex

Kerry Washington, Kelly Rowland and Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, posed for a photo together at Beyonce’s birthday show on Sept. 4.

Tyler Perry

The actor-filmmaker took a selfie with Beyonce’s mom, Tina, at one of the SoFi Stadium shows, which the matriarch shared on her Instagram account. “Mr Tyler Perry has been so supportive of The Renaissance Tour . Looking as handsome as ever,” she wrote.

The star replied, “It’s easy to support good people! And thanks for all the support y’all have given me. I don’t take it for granted.”

The “Hello” singer was spotted by fans at the Sept. 4 show, which the superstar recently told fans at her Las Vegas residency show she’d be attending. — SHVRK 🦈 (@NubianRoi) September 5, 2023

Karamo Brown, Lupita Nyong'o & Elaine Welteroth

Brown snapped a selfie with the Oscar-winning actress and Project Runway judge at Beyonce’s birthday show. First, LA finally went on Mute! 😂 Secondly we had the best time last night! Words can’t express how much I love these humans! Happy Birthday Beyoncé!” he captioned his Instagram post.

Vanessa Hudgens

The star showed off her sleek silver look for Beyonce’s birthday show on Instagram, captioning her post , “I can’t even describe how special tonight was. Beyoncé is the goat … so grateful. So inspired. So full.”

Jennifer Hudson

The American Idol champ shared her excitement over being at Beyonce’s Sept. 4 show in a video.

It’s #Renaissance time ! 🪩 #BeyDayLA we are here !!! #beyonce #RENAISSANCEWorldTour — Jennifer Hudson (@IAMJHUD) September 5, 2023

Destiny's Child & Normani

Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, LaTavia Roberson and LeToya Luckett all reunited at Bey’s Houston Renaissance stop on Sept. 23. The only member who did not seem to attend was Farrah Franklin.

Normani was also seen dancing with Rowland and Williams throughout the night.

Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, LaToya Luckett & LaTavia Roberson at Beyoncé’s show in Houston, TX tonight. All 5 members of Destiny’s Chile are in the house! #RENAISSANCEWorldTour — RENAISSANCE Updates🪩 (@B7Album) September 24, 2023
Normani, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams and Jay-Z dancing together at the Houston stop of Beyoncé's ‘Renaissance’ World Tour. — Examiners Club. (@examinersclub) September 24, 2023

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Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour Is Heading to Theaters

The superstar’s concert will hit the big screen this December

preview for Beyoncé’s Best Renaissance World Tour Looks

Multiple outlets including Variety and Deadline have reported that singer’s fashion-filled , economy-boosting tour is reportedly in final talks to head to release through AMC, following the movie theater chain’s screenings of Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour later this month. Now, Beyoncé has confirmed the news herself. The superstar dropped the official trailer for the film following the completion of the final Renaissance tour stop in Kansas City, Missouri, on Sunday evening. The clip features behind-the-scenes clips of the singer preparing for the shows alongside her children, and shots of the crowds for what will easily go down in history as one of the most monumental concert tours of all time.

Per Variety , the pop star has spent years developing the film, which will include “elements of her top-grossing 2023 live shows, parts of the long-gestating visual album Renaissance and a documentary-style account of making the record and building out the tour (Blue Ivy Carter cameos surely to come).”

The “Break My Soul” singer reportedly recorded the two September tour stops in her hometown of Houston for the film, per Deadline .

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The Renaissance World Tour is one of the superstar’s highest-grossing concert tours and has already brought in over half a billion dollars to date. Beyoncé has previously released several films documenting the behind-the-scenes processes of her intricate live performances. Her most recent film release was 2019’s Homecoming , which followed the rehearsals leading up to her headlining set at Coachella 2018.

Watch this space for updates.

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Top 10 highest-grossing concerts of 2023 (so far), 1) taylor swift—eras tour*.

  • Gross: $300,804,808
  • Average Ticket Price: $253.56
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 53,923
  • Total Tickets: 1,186,314
  • Average Gross: $13,627,946

2) Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band—2023 Tour*

  • Gross: $142,605,835
  • Average Ticket Price: $211.80
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 18,702
  • Total Tickets: 673,277
  • Average Gross: $3,961,273

3) Harry Styles—Love On Tour

  • Gross: $124,000,392
  • Average Ticket Price: $115.07
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 31,694
  • Total Tickets: 1,077,622
  • Average Gross: $3,647,070

4) Elton John—Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Tour

  • Gross: $110,328,403
  • Average Ticket Price: $163.95
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 20,392
  • Total Tickets: 672,950
  • Average Gross: $3,343,284

5) Ed Sheeran—+–=÷× Tour

  • Gross: $105,309,873
  • Average Ticket Price: $104.20
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 40,424
  • Total Tickets: 1,010,616
  • Average Gross: $4,212,394

6) Red Hot Chili Peppers—2023 Global Stadium Tour

  • Gross: $91,488,134
  • Average Ticket Price: $123.87
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 38,873
  • Total Tickets: 738,601
  • Average Gross: $4,815,164

7) Coldplay—Music Of The Spheres Tour

  • Gross: $65,436,386
  • Average Ticket Price: $88.86
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 66,949
  • Total Tickets:  736,439
  • Average Gross: $5,948,762

8) Daddy Yankee—La Última Vuelta World Tour

  • Gross:  $60,461,483
  • Average Ticket Price: $96.62
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 27,206
  • Total Tickets: 625,748
  • Average Gross: $2,628,760 

9) Kevin Hart—The Reality Check Tour

  • Gross: $50,041,814
  • Average Ticket Price: $107.00
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show:  8,503
  • Total Tickets: 467,686
  • Average Gross: $909,851

10) Bad Bunny—World’s Hottest Tour

  • Gross: $49,112,859
  • Average Ticket Price: $102.81
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 39,807
  • Total Tickets: 477,688
  • Average Gross: $4,092,738

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  • Average Gross: $1,473,145
  • Average Ticket Price: $116.41
  • Average Tickets Sold Per Show: 12,655
  • Total Gross: $2.83 billion
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The tour kicks off in January.

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"Dancing with the Stars: Live!" kicks off Jan. 11 in Richmond, Virginia, and will hit cities across the U.S. until it wraps in March in Los Angeles.

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Who is performing during the 'Dancing with the Stars' live tour?

"DWTS" pros including Brandon Armstrong, Rylee Arnold, Alan Bersten, Daniella Karagach, Pasha Pashkov, Gleb Savchenko, Emma Slater and Britt Stewart will perform during the live tour.

"DWTS" co-host and two-time Mirrorball Champion Julianne Hough, as well as celebrity guest stars, will also perform at select dates.

Slater, a one-time Mirrorball Champion, is hosting the tour.

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How to get tickets for the live tour.

Tickets go on sale Oct. 20 at .

A variety of VIP packages are available to purchase for all dates. The packages include everything from premium seating to access to pre-show cast Q &As, exclusive merchandise, photo opportunities and more.

The pre-sale for Mirrorball Members began on Oct. 18.

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Celebrity Parents Who Brought Their Kids on Tour: Beyonce, Kelly Clarkson, Pink and More

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Musicians and singers are used to basking in the glow of fame — but sometimes they share the spotlight with their kids.

When Superstars like Beyoncé , Pink and Kelly Clarkson hit the road, they have been known to bring their children along for the ride.

Beyonce’s daughter, Blue Ivy, 12,  joined her mother onstage in Paris during the Renaissance World Tour in May 2023, and the singer took to Instagram to share a sweet message to her pride and joy.

“My beautiful firstborn 🙏🏾 I’m so proud and thankful to be your mama. You bring us so much joy, my sweet angel,” she wrote.

While most celebrity appearances with their kids are well-received, some artists have attracted negative attention for sharing the stage.

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Last year, Maren Morris made headlines when she performed at the Love Rising concert, an LGBTQ+ benefit show in Nashville aimed at combating anti-trans legislation in Tennessee. She brought her 3-year-old son, Hayes, to the event and introduced him to some of the drag performers.

“It was an all-ages show, so it was completely family-friendly,” she explained on The Kelly Clarkson Show in April.

Keep scrolling to read about celebrity parents who brought their kids on tour:

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Musicians and singers are used to basking in the glow of fame — but sometimes they share the spotlight with their kids. When Superstars like Beyoncé , Pink and Kelly Clarkson hit the road, they have been known to bring their children along for the ride. Beyonce's daughter, Blue Ivy, 12,  joined her mother onstage in Paris during the Renaissance World Tour in May 2023, and the singer took to Instagram to share a sweet message to her pride and joy. "My beautiful firstborn 🙏🏾 I’m so proud and thankful to be your mama. You bring us so much joy, my sweet angel," she wrote. While most celebrity appearances with their kids are well-received, some artists have attracted negative attention for sharing the stage. Last year, Maren Morris made headlines when she performed at the Love Rising concert, an LGBTQ+ benefit show in Nashville aimed at combating anti-trans legislation in Tennessee. She brought her 3-year-old son, Hayes, to the event and introduced him to some of the drag performers. “It was an all-ages show, so it was completely family-friendly,” she explained on The Kelly Clarkson Show in April. Keep scrolling to read about celebrity parents who brought their kids on tour:

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Blue Ivy Carter began collaborating with her mother over a decade ago in Beyoncé's 2013 song"Blue.” She contributed vocals to "The Lion King: The Gift" six years later, along with appearing in the music video. In 2023, Blue Ivy — who Beyoncé shares with Jay-Z — joined her mother as a backup dancer on the Renaissance World Tour .

“Last night I saw my beautiful grandbaby (11) dance in front of almost 70 thousand people!” Beyoncé's mom, Tina Knowles , captioned an Instagram post at the time alongside a clip of the concert. “She killed it and was as cool as a cucumber! Blue Ivy Carter ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ No Fear❤️❤️”

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Kelly Clarkson

During her Las Vegas residency in August 2023, Clarkson brought her daughter River, 10, and her son Remington, 8, onstage. They all crooned her 2015 track "Heartbeat Song." Clarkson leaned back and hit high notes as the two kiddos jumped up and down during the number.

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In June 2023, Pink and her daughter, Willow, performed their collaboration "Cover Me in Sunshine” during the Summer Carnival tour. The duet — which the mother-daughter duo originally released in 2021 — also featured Willow in the music video.

After the show, Pink’s husband, Carey Hart , took to Instagram to brag about his family’s performance.

“So proud of Willz to get up on stage w/ mama @pink !!!!!” Hart shared. “Must be a surreal moment for mama to have w/ her lil girl on stage 😢. Looks like 1st show of the tour kicked ass!!!!! Can’t wait to catch up end of this month and see for myself. Summer is grind time ✊🏻✊🏻✊🏻.”

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Mariah Carey

Twins Moroccan and Monroe, 13, made a cameo during their mother’s Apple TV Christmas Special in 2020. They danced in the grand finale while she performed her classic "All I Want For Christmas Is You."

“The first day o' festivities! 🥳 Thank you so much for enjoying #MariahsMagicalChristmas with us,” Carey wrote via Instagram alongside photos of the performance. “The sleigh ride continues as we glide into Christmas! 🛷❄️☃️ Even through one of the bleakest years ever, we will never let go of the Christmas spirit. Stay healthy & stay safe! Love MC ❤️🎅🏽☃️.”

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Maren Morris

When Morris brought her 3-year-old son, Hayes, to a LGBTQ+ benefit show, she faced backlash from conservative critics.

“Yes, I introduced my son to some drag queens today,” the singer told the crowd during her March 2023 performance. “So, Tennessee, f–king arrest me.”

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The “Piano Man” singer and his daughter, Alexa, sang together in 2019 (and not on the song you might think).. She joined her dad at Madison Square Garden and performed a rendition of "New York State of Mind." “SOUND UP 🕊️,” Alexa wrote via Instagram in 2023, alongside a clip of the duet. “Missing this right about now!”

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Travis Kelce Tried to Give Taylor Swift His Number at Her Eras Tour Show 1 Year Ago — and the Rest Is History!

The football star tried to shoot his shot at Swift’s show in Kansas City, and the pair started dating a few months later

It’s been a year since Travis Kelce first shook it off at Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour!

On July 8, 2023, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end, 34, saw Swift's Eras Tour for the first time at Arrowhead Stadium — the home venue for his own football team. The pair, who have now been dating for nearing a year, then took the world by storm when dating rumors sparked several months later.

But before Swift, also 34, hit the stage for that fateful July 8 concert, she posted to Instagram to commemorate a Fourth of July celebration she had hosted at her Rhode Island waterfront home several days earlier with besties Selena Gomez , Este , Danielle and Alana Haim , Ashley Avignone and Sydney Ness .

"Happy belated Independence Day from your local neighborhood independent girlies," the “Cruel Summer” singer wrote in the caption, adding, “See you tonight Kansas Cityyy.”

Then, at the July 8 show in Kansas City — the second of a two-night stint in town — Kelce was spotted watching from a private booth and trading friendship bracelets with fans inside the stadium.

Related: Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce’s Relationship Timeline

But there was one person he wasn’t able to give a bracelet — the "Bad Blood" singer.

A couple of weeks later, on his podcast New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce , the football star shared that he had tried — unsuccessfully — to meet the pop sensation backstage at her show and even had made her a bracelet with his “number on it.”

"I was disappointed that she doesn’t talk before or after her shows because she has to save her voice for the 44 songs that she sings," said Kelce, joking that he was "a little butthurt" at his inability to shoot his shot and “took it personal.”

It's also worth noting that at the time, Swift was just three months out from when her split with longtime boyfriend Joe Alwyn was made public.

The Super Bowl winner was in luck, however, as Swift found the comments endearing. “This all started when Travis very adorably put me on blast on his podcast, which I thought was metal as hell,” the performer said of the genesis of their relationship in a TIME profile in December. “We started hanging out right after that.”

Several weeks after Kelce attempted to shoot his shot, the pair seemingly confirmed their relationship when Swift returned to Arrowhead Stadium, this time to watch Kelce play ball from his private suite alongside his family. A few months later, the pair even shared a celebratory kiss on the field when the Chiefs bested the San Francisco 49ers at the 2024 Super Bowl.

Kelce has had the opportunity to support his girlfriend as well, attending several more Eras Tour dates after his football season ended, including in Europe, South America and Asia.

In a full-circle moment, the tight end — who once dreamed about giving his number to Swift — made his Eras Tour stage debut earlier this summer in London when he joined the ranks of Grammy-winner’s background dancers, carrying Swift across the stage, pretending to touch up her makeup and even showing off a few of his signature dance moves to the Wembley crowd.

Talk about a true "Love Story" come to life!

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Wednesday, July 3 - Stage 5 Race Start: 6:55 a.m. Locations:  Saint Jean de Maurienne to Saint Vulbas Distance:  177.4 KM Watch on: Peacock

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Friday, July 5 - Stage 7 Race Start:  7:10 a.m. Locations:  Nuits Saint Georges to Gevrey Chambertin Distance:  25.3 KM Watch on: Peacock

Saturday, July 6 - Stage 8 Race Start:  6:00 a.m. on Peacock, 8:00 a.m. on NBC Locations: Semur en Auxois to Colombey Les Deux Églises Distance:  183.4 KM Watch on: Peacock, NBC

Sunday, July 7 - Stage 9 Race Start:  7:05 a.m. Locations:  Troyes to Troyes Distance:  199 KM  Watch on: Peacock

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Tuesday, July 9 - Stage 10 Race Start:  6:55 a.m. Locations:  Orléans to Saint Amand Montrond Distance:  187.3 KM Watch on: Peacock

Wednesday, July 10 - Stage 11 Race Start:  6:55 a.m. Locations:  Évaux les Bains to Le Lioran Distance:  211 KM Watch on: Peacock

Thursday, July 11 - Stage 12 Race Start:  6:55 a.m. Locations:  Aurillac to Villeneuve Sur Lot Distance:  203.6 KM Watch on: Peacock

Friday, July 12 - Stage 13 Race Start:  7:30 a.m. Locations:  Agen to Pau Distance:  165.3 KM Watch on: Peacock

Saturday, July 13 - Stage 14 Race Start: 6:30 a.m. on Peacock, 8:00 a.m. on NBC Locations:  Pau to Saint Lary Soulan Pla D'Adet Distance:  151.9 KM Watch on: Peacock, NBC

Sunday, July 14 - Stage 15 Race Start: 6:55 a.m. Locations:  Loudenvielle to Plateau de Beille Distance:  197.7 KM Watch on: Peacock

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Tuesday, July 16 - Stage 16 Race Start: 6:50 a.m. Locations: Gruissan to Nîmes Distance:  188.6 KM Watch on: Peacock

Wednesday, July 17 - Stage 17 Race Start: 6:05 a.m. Locations:  Saint Paul Trois Châteaux to Superdévoluy Distance:  177.8 KM Watch on: Peacock

Thursday, July 18 - Stage 18 Race Start: 6:55 a.m. Locations:  Gap to Barcelonnette Distance:  179.5 KM Watch on: Peacock

Friday, July 19 - Stage 19 Race Start:  7:05 a.m. Locations:  Embrun to Isola 2000 Distance:  144.6 KM Watch on: Peacock

Saturday, July 20 - Stage 20 Race Start:  7:35 a.m. on Peacock, 4:00 p.m. on NBC Locations: Nice to Col de la Couillole  Distance:  132.8 KM Watch on: Peacock, Replay on NBC

Sunday, July 21 - Stage 21 Race Start: 10:10 a.m. Locations:  Monaco to Nice Distance:  33.7 KM Watch on: Peacock

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