15 Concerts to Catch this Fall and Beyond

by Christopher Ehlers

EDGE Media Network Contributor

Monday September 26, 2022

Now that it's fall, outdoor concert season is about finished for the year. After a massively fun summer with spectacular tours from A-listers like The Weeknd, Bad Bunny, and Lady Gaga, fall's lineup is looking just as thrilling. Here are 15 concerts to catch as the days get shorter and the temperatures get lower.

Jack Harlow: Come Home the Kids Miss You Tour


After a stellar 2020, thanks in part to his TikTok-viral song "Whats Poppin," Harlow's reign as one of the most popular up-and-coming rappers continued into 2022 after his guest spot on Lil Nas X's "Industry Baby" and his number one single "First Class." Last year, he won Top New Artist at the Billboard Music Awards and was named Variety's Hitmaker of the Year. There's no denying that Harlow is here to stay, and this is your chance to see him at the height of his powers. Through Oct 16.

Brandi Carlile: Beyond These Silent Days Tour


One of America's foremost singer-songwriters, Carlile's career is marked by an ever-impressive catalogue of songs and albums that tap into raw emotion in a way that feels refreshing, profound, and deeply satisfying. The seven-time Grammy winner — and a probable nominee again this winter for Album of the Year — is a constant live performer, but this limited tour, with Brittany Howard from Alabama Shakes as her opening act, will undoubtedly be one of more special live performances this fall. Through Oct 22.

Mary J. Blige: Good Morning Gorgeous Tour


Fresh off her Emmy win for last year's exquisite Super Bowl Halftime performance, the nine-time Grammy winner — and two-time Oscar nominee — embarks on her first solo tour in four years. One of the foremost entertainers of her generation, this fall is a great time to see the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul do what she does best. Through Oct 29.

Carly Rae Jepsen: So Nice Tour


As anyone who has been paying attention to her career since "Call Me Maybe" was released a decade ago will tell you, Jepsen continues to be one of pop music's most exquisite songstresses. While no release has garnered the same worldwide attention as her debut single, her work over the years has been increasingly smart and satisfying. Her new tour — her fourth overall — is sure to be a sold-out success. Through Nov 5.

Demi Lovato: Holy Fvck Tour


Lovato recently said that this tour — her first in five years, and her first after surviving a serious drug overdose in 2018 — will be her last. Who knows if that's true. Not only is it unfathomable that she would retire at the age of 30, but she also has a history of making attention-grabbing comments. Regardless, after years of playing arenas, the Holy Fvck Tour is a chance for fans to see her in a far more intimate setting. Through Nov 6.

Post Malone: Twelve Carat Tour


After making headlines last week for falling onstage and injuring his ribs, Post Malone is back on his feet and continuing his sprawling Twelve Carat Tour. Joined for the rest of his tour by opening act Roddy Ricch, this tour marks one of fall's hardest-to-get tickets. Following his own tour, Malone will head to Australia in January to open for Red Hot Chili Peppers. Through Nov 16.

Cigarettes After Sex: Fall 2022 Tour


One of America's best dream pop bands, Cigarettes After Sex will bring their melancholic, slow pop magic to fans this fall. The tour started in June, and there are only about a dozen dates left — nearly all sold out. Keep an eye on those tickets and settle into some chilled out vibes this fall. Through Nov 19.

Lizzo: The Special Tour


There's little doubt that Lizzo's The Special Tour will be one of this year's most fun, hard-to-get-into concerts. Not only does she have one of the best albums of this year, but she's riding high after winning three Emmy Awards for her "Lizzo's Watch Out for the Big Grrrls." This is Lizzo's biggest tour yet, and it's bound to be her best. Now-Nov 19.

The Killers: Imploding the Mirage Tour


The Killers have an impressive number of accolades under their belt: Not only are they the only international act to have a seven-album streak of No. 1 albums on the UK albums chart, but they're one of the biggest rock bands of the 21st century, with more than 28 million records sold worldwide. They've performed in over 50 countries on six continents, and they continue their megastreak this year with their sixth tour, "Imploding the Mirage," which includes an astounding 92 dates. Through Mar 25.

Panic! At the Disco: Viva Las Vengeance Tour


With their eleventh major tour, one of America's favorite punk pop bands will hit the road again this fall in support of their new "Viva Las Vengeance" album. The most exciting part? The opportunity to see mega hunk (and pansexual king) Brendon Urie up close and personal. Through Mar 10.

The Smashing Pumpkins: Spirits on Fire Tour


It's hard to believe that The Smashing Pumpkins have been regulars on the road since they exploded in 1991, which means that this is their 27th tour, an incredible feat. This tour, co-headlined by Jane's Addiction, this 32-stop tour will kick off in Dallas before having its grand finale at the Hollywood Bowl just before Thanksgiving. Oct 2-Nov 19.

Carrie Underwood: Denim and Rhinestones Tour


Underwood's sprawling, 43-show tour will undoubtedly become one of the year's highest grossing. What's more, the "American Idol" winner will donate one dollar from each ticket to the Tunnels to Towers Foundation, a nonprofit that supports veterans and their families. Oct 15-Mar 17.

Charlie Puth: One Night Only Tour


Dubbed one of the thirstiest musicians on Instagram, the insatiably horny Charlie Puth will hit the road this fall for a series of limited "One Night Only" engagements. Puth has really come into his own as a musician over the last few years, and this tour, his first in four years, ought to be a gratifying celebration of that. Oct 23-Nov 9.

Andrea Bocelli: Live in Concert


Consistently one of the highest-grossing artists on tour, the Italian superstar will hit the road for an exclusive three-week engagement this holiday season. He doesn't tour as regularly as he used to, so this winter is as good a time as any to bask in this once-in-a-lifetime talent. Dec 1-Dec 18.

Bruce Springsteen: 2023 Tour


Springsteen made headlines earlier this year for his exorbitant ticket prices, but for much of the U.S. and beyond, it's their first chance to see The Boss in a good while: He stayed in New York for a few years to do his Tony-winning solo show, "Springsteen on Broadway." Only an Emmy Award away from achieving EGOT status, this enduring hero of rock is set for a return to form with this 2023 tour. Feb 1-Apr 14.