The year is already underway so that more than one sure you are trying to close the summer holidays, many of them with stops at concerts and festivals. Some, in fact, will already have reserved tickets with the excuse of attending a concert somewhere in the country, as there are countless proposals for live music. One more year.
So, we list the big international tours that will visit us this 2020.
The Beatle performed four years ago in Madrid and is now shift for Barcelona on June 17 at the Olympic Stadium, in his only recital in Spain of the tour ‘Freshen Up’. Carousel of hymns is coming.
Just two years after their last visit, those of Steven Tyler and Joe Perry return with their fifty-year tour: July 3 at the Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid with the most commercial hard rock.
GUNS N ‘ROSES
Since Slash and Duff returned to the group in 2016, Guns n ‘Roses have already acted four times before crowds in Spanish territory – two in Madrid and once in Bilbao and Barcelona. Well, the fifth it will be on May 23 at the Benito Villamarín Stadium in Seville.
The legendary heavy metal band dared in 2018 for the first time with a great stadium in our country -Wanda Metropolitano- and it seems that they have taken the point, because now they dare with another the July 25 at the Barcelona Olympic. Up the irons!
The South Korean boy band will debut in Spain no less than with two concerts at the Olympic Stadium of Barcelona on July 17 and 18. Confirmation that k-pop already dominates the world.
QUEEN + ADAM LAMBERT
The great success of the biopic about Queen has once again en route guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor. Adam Lambert is not Freddie Mercury, but the truth is that he also sings like the angels and this will prove the days July 7 and 8 at the WiZink Center.
Rockers with the most famous makeup in history say goodbye after 47 years of songs with a world farewell tour with two dates in our country this year: Rock Fest Barcelona on July 4 and WiZink Center in Madrid on day 5.
Very similar to that of KISS, as the kings of southern rock will visit Spain this year to say goodbye after 56 years with a double: July 1 at the Palacio Vistalegre in Madrid and Rock Fest Barcelona on 2.
Ten years after their last concert in our country, Kevin, Joe and Nick will come to present the album of their meeting to Madrid (February 16, WiZink Center) and Barcelona (February 17, Palau Sant Jordi).
‘Rocketman’ said goodbye to Madrid last summer and, shortly after, announced his return to on October 2 and 3 at Palau Sant Jordi. He will say goodbye with all the successes that make up the repertoire of his ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road’.
Heir to the best British pop tradition, the former One Direction returns to Spain to present his second album, ‘Fine Line’, on 1May 8 at the WiZink Center in Madrid.
NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS
Madrid (April 25, WiZink Center) and Barcelona (April 26, Palau Sant Jordi) are the two cities chosen by Nick Cave and his band to present their latest album, ‘Ghosteen’, live here.
The 71-year-old rocker has already postponed his farewell tour twice and recently confessed that he has Parkinson’s. Still, his next European tour is still standing with stop on November 22 at the WiZink Center. I hope so.
The pop diva will present her new album, ‘Future Nostalgia’, with two concerts in Spain: the April 26 at the WiZink Center in Madrid and on April 28 at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona.
Camilo Cabello’s ‘The Romance Tour’ will make a stop in Spain in 2020 with a double of the most usual venues: June 30 (Palau Sant Jordi of Barcelona) and July 1 (WiZink Center of Madrid).
Also in WiZink Center and Palau Sant Jordi will present Alicia Keys their next album that will arrive during this year. In your case, July 4 in Madrid and July 7 in Barcelona.
The ‘Maniac World Tour 2020’ will pass through twenty cities across Europe, starting at the WiZink Center (Ring) in Madrid on February 6 and then going through the Sant Jordi Club Barcelona on February 7.
The Puerto Rican-American will return to Spain with his ‘Opus Tour’ in eight cities: June 12 in Marina Sur (Valencia), 13 in La Fica (Murcia), 16 at IFEMA, outdoors (Madrid), 18 at the RCDE Stadium (Barcelona), 20 in Carlos Tartiere (Oviedo), 21 in Monte do Gozo (Santiago), 25 at the Olympic Stadium (Sevilla) and 26 in Marenostrum (Fuengirola).
Chayanne will return to Spain after ten years with a tour that will start on April 17 at the Plaza de Toros in Valencia. Then, April 18 at El Palau San Jordi, April 20 in Madrid at the Wizink Center, April 23 at the Olympic Stadium in Seville, 24 in Murcia in the Bullring and April 26 in A Coruña.
Ozuna will give nine concerts in Spain on a 17-date European tour. South of the Pyrenees will be during the summer in Barcelona, Marbella, Benidorm, Cádiz, Canary Islands, A Coruña, Ibiza, Madrid, Santander and Tenerife.
Maluma will visit Spain with its ’11: 11 World Tour ‘in March in only two cities: Barcelona (March 28, Palau Sant Jordi) and Madrid (March 29, WiZink Center).
Recognized as ‘Best British Group’ and ‘Best Album of the Year’ by the 2019 Brits Awards, The 1975 will perform on October 3 at the Sant Jordi Club in Barcelona and on day 5 at the Wizink Center in Madrid.
After going through Mad Cool in 2019, Bon Iver will perform in Madrid and Barcelona in April to present his new album, ‘i, i’. The concerts will take place on April 16 at the Wizink Center in Madrid and the next day in the Palau Sant Jordi of Barcelona.
Although initially announced in A Coruña, at the end on July 26 Lenny will be at the WiZink Center in Madrid. And three days before, the 23, will play at the Marenostrum in Fuengirola (Malaga).
The British will review their great classics in two concerts in Spain that will take place in Madrid (February 17, WiZink Center) and Barcelona (February 18, Razzmatazz).
Those of Michael Kiske and Kai Hansen will return to Spain after the success of the last tour, in which they filled great pavilions like never before in our country. The German band will play the October 11 at the Sant Jordi Club in Barcelona and 12 at the WiZink Center in Madrid.
A visit from the band commanded by Jeff Tweedy is always expected, which this year will play in Murcia (January 25, Bullring), Valencia (June 27, Bullring), Barcelona (June 28, Liceu) and San Sebastián (June 30, Kursaal).
Dream Theater are now returning to Spain to present their new album, ‘Distance over time’ and celebrate the twenty years of ‘Metropolis Part 2: Scenes From A Memory’. The dates: January 29 at the Sant Jordi Club and January 31 at the WiZink Center.
Unique and exclusive date in Spain next May 3, 2020 at the Vistalegre Palace in Madrid. They will present the songs of a new album that, according to vocalist Amy Lee, is already in process.
They were already here in 2019, but American punk bosses return for their fortieth anniversary accompanied by Suicidal Tendencies and Millencollin. They will perform in May in Barcelona, Madrid, Bilbao, Lisbon, Malaga, Valencia and Santiago de Compostela.