Best Concert Tours in 2018: How to Get Tickets to Taylor Swift, Lorde, Maroon 5 and More

How to Get Tickets to Taylor Swift, Lorde, Maroon 5 And More
Taylor Swift performs at the Z100's iHeartRadio Jingle Ball 2017 at Madison Square Garden on December 7, 2017 in New York. ANGELA WEISS/AFP/Getty Images

2017 was hard! The hardest year in a long time. Fortunately, there was great music to distract us. All kinds of music, from all kinds of people. And 2018 looks to be no different. President Trump might still be in the White House, but harmony and good times are coming our way, courtesy of some of some of the biggest music stars on the planet.

Can't wait for the reputation tour to begin. It's gonna be epic. Lots of photos will be taken and lots of screaming and singing too. To all the #swifties going there. Have fun and enjoy the night.#reputation #reputationStadiumTour #taylorswift @taylornation13 @taylorswift13

— A Aussie Swiftie / Matthew 🦋 (@aussieswiftie13) December 28, 2017

Taylor Swift: She'll be bolstering her Reputation when she goes on tour in the U.S. and Canada in the spring. Swift will kick it off at the University of Phoenix on May 8—for a price: ticket prices start at $100.

I’m trynna go to the Lorde Melodrama World Tour.....who’s down to join?

— ✴️〽️🐣🔆🚼 (@Lexxie725) December 22, 2017

Lorde: The New Zealand native takes her Melodrama on her first North American arena tour, beginning March 1, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Ticket prices will vary, but begin at a more democratic $39.50.

prettymuch is opening for khalid on his tour this may. bet

— tori (@GOTFRlENDS) December 27, 2017

Khalid: After scoring five Grammy nominations for his first studio album American Teen, Khalid is set to go on his first headlining tour, dubbed The Roxy Tour, starting January 27, in New York City. Ticket prices vary from state to state; most venues will charge around $40.

P!nk: The Beautiful Trauma World Tour kicks off in Phoenix on March 1. Tickets are pricey—in some states starting at $225—but with P!nk you know you'll get an unforgettable show. Bonus: She's touring with Bleachers, otherwise known as Jack Antonoff.

Lana Del Rey: The bewitching singer will perform tracks from her fifth album, Lust For Life, all over the U.S., starting in Minnesota on January 5. Some tickets will cost as little as $36.

Demi Lovato: The former Disney star teamed up with none other than DJ Khaled for her world tour, which begins February 26, in San Diego, California. Best of all, some venues are offering tickets for as low as $26.

#REDPILLBLUESTOUR is here. Going on the road all next year with @imJMichaels. Tix on-sale Nov 4th. All dates on https://t.co/kLEG1EzyXH. pic.twitter.com/OBnHkIO8WT

— Maroon 5 (@maroon5) October 26, 2017

Maroon 5: The Red Pill Blues Tour doesn't start until May 30 (in Tacoma, Washington), but in some states ticket prices will start at $45. Not to mention, Adam Levine and the gang are bringing Julia Michaels along.

So, a @u2 tour in 2018. 30th anniversary of #rattle&hum. Think we should start a petition for Hawkmoon 269 to be in the set list 👍😜👍. @U2ThreeChords pic.twitter.com/GrOKJWYagT

— Paul King 🎸🎸 (@zoostationuk) December 24, 2017

U2: Experience and innocence will come together when the senior rock gods begin their nationwide tour May 2, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In some states, prices start at a reasonable $41.

How is Ed sheeran going on another stadium tour.... Boy... Release new music first

— Lil (@Liliana_rose20) December 29, 2017

Ed Sheeran: After a little break, the British singer, still riding the wave of his 2017 tour, hits the road again on March 2, in Perth, Australia. American fans can welcome him in August, with tickets a very affordable $39.

Me after buying tickets for Harry Styles: Live on Tour https://t.co/eQirlX5WtK

— Tim Fitzgerald (@tim__fitzgerald) December 26, 2017

Harry Styles: The former One Direction singer's American tour starts June 4, at Dallas' American Airlines Center. Fans can boogie down for just $29.50.

Sam Smith: The soulful British pop star begins his North American tour on June 27 in Brooklyn, New York. Ticket prices vary, but in some places there will be cheaper seats (relatively speaking) for around $50. Keep tissues handy.