Concerts and live music tours to look forward to in 2021


dan of steel Carried by co-founder Donald Fagen after the death of Walter Becker in 2017, Steely Dan and opener Steve Winwood kicks off a tour June 2 in Portland, Oregon, with dates through July 11 in Wantagh, New York.

Dave Matthews Band Eternal road trippers have booked 50 dates from June 8-9 in Uncasville, Connecticut, through October 8-9 in Durant, Oklahoma.

Chicago The horn-powered rock band, in its 54th consecutive year on the road, will kick off a tour June 11 in Concord, Calif., which will continue through Dec. 17 in Robinsonville, Mississippi.

carlos santana The Latin-rock fusion guitarist, with the first part Earth, Air and Firekicks off a 31-date tour on June 18 in Chula Vista, California, ending August 28 in Tampa, Florida.

Def Leppard, Motley Crüe, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Poison The hard rock/heavy metal bands have teamed up for a stadium tour from June 19 in Nashville, Tennessee, to September 12 in San Diego.

Rod Stewart Joined by cheap stuff on most dates, Rod Stewart performs in the United States from July 15 in Cincinnati to August 24 in Nashville, Tennessee, and then travels overseas.

The Doobie Brothers The band’s 50th anniversary tour, postponed from last year, has been rescheduled to begin July 17 in West Palm Beach, Fla., and end October 23 in New Orleans.

Hall and Oates Pop duo Daryl Hall and John Oates hit the road August 5 in Mansfield, Massachusetts, and perform concerts through October 7 in Portland, Oregon, with Squeeze and KT Tunstall split the bill.

Embrace The US leg of the band’s End of the Road world tour begins August 18 in Mansfield, Massachusetts, and ends October 6 in Lafayette, Louisiana.

Eagles After two dates in August at Wembley Stadium in London, the Eagles begin an American tour on September 16 in Denver, reserved until October 23 in San Francisco.

Editor’s Note: This article, originally published on March 8, 2021, has been updated to reflect the latest tour dates and musical artists scheduled to perform.


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