Start Planning Now: The Don't-Miss Tours of 2016

By Amanda Carvalho
In Culture

As we start nearing the end of 2015, you might want to begin planning for all the upcoming music tours of 2016 that will be coming to St. Louis! Here’s what we’ve got on our radar in the new year.

Photo courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons, Larry Darling

Photo courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons, Larry Darling

89.9 WLCA Welcomes: City and Colour ft. Greyhounds
January 26, 2016, The Pageant: 
Come watch a singer/songwriter at the top of his game with City and Colour’s performance. With a focus in alternative music, rock and roll all night long at the Pagaent with Dallas Green and bandmates.

Jason Aldean: We Were Here 2016 Tour ft. Thomas Rhett and A Thousand Horses
February 6, 2016, Mizzou Arena
Jason Aldean and friends will be traveling the country (or at least 24 cities,) as well as hitting three cities in Australia! Don’t miss this country superstar when he comes to Missouri.

Carrie Underwood: The Storyteller Tour ft. Easton Corbin and The Swon Brothers
March 24, 2016, Chaifetz Arena
The country vibe keeps going in St. Louis with the arrival of Carrie Underwood in March. Come hear this dynamic singer rock the stage as she travels the country on her latest tour.

Ellie Goulding ft. Years & Years
May 16,2016, Chaifetz Arena
Ellie Goulding is beginning her tour shortly after releasing her newest album, “Delirium.” This vivacious pop musician will be bringing all her energy when she hits the stage in St. Louis. 

Twenty One Pilots – Emotional Roadshow
August 2, 2016, Scottrade Center
Twenty One Pilots is doing this tour bigger and better than before. The group is taking its alternative music to the nation and the world, with one stop in St. Louis.  Don’t miss this band perform before they leave the country.

Future Now – The Tour ft. Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas
August 5, 2016, Scottrade Center
This multi-platinum selling duo has paired up to travel through 40 cities in North America and Canada. Catch them when they bring their own versions of pop music to town.

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