Live music is back! Looking to start snagging tickets to shows? Here’s a guide to the hottest Jewish artists that will be hitting the stage this summer. (Sadly both Drake and Barbara Streisand have not released any tour dates for 2021 yet.)
Doja Ca will be celebrating the release of her album with a July 4th performance in Brooklyn. She’s also set to perform at Miami’s Rolling Loud Fesitval, Leeds and Reading Festival (UK) and Austin City Limits Festival throughout the summer and early fall.
Maroon 5 announced an American coast to coast tour starting in August and throughout the fall. Adam Levine and Maroon 5 will also be performing at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in September.
Our favorite sisters are set to play at multiple music festivals and shows. Thus far, we know they’re playing the Life Is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas and the All Things Go Music Festival in Maryland. If you live in the UK, you’re in luck because Haim also announced that their UK tour is officially rescheduled for this September. They’ll be hitting up Glasgow, Nottingham, Cardiff, Manchester and London!
Billy Joel will be touring across some cities in the U.S. starting in August and performing at the United States Grand Prix in October. He will be primarily performing in New York City with six shows at Madison Square Garden in the fall.
Madison Beer will be touring Canada and the U.S. starting in October as a part of her “Life Support” tour, which is also going international in the spring. Alongside Doja Cat, she’s also playing the Leeds and Reading Festival in the UK over the summer.
Bleachers, the official stage name of songwriter and record producer Jack Antonoff, is officially going on tour across America as of September. “We do not mess around live and there has not been a stage that we haven’t given every ounce of what we are ….. we are coming home,” Bleachers said in an Instagram post.
Fall Out Boy/Weezer/Green Day
These iconic rock bands with Jewish members (Fall Out Boy’s lead guitarist Joe Trohman and Weezer’s bassist Scott Shriner) will be hitting stages across the U.S. and Europe together this summer for their “Hella Mega” tour.
Originally Published Jun 24 2021 07:28PM EDT
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