Concerts Are Back In 2021: Classic Rock Leading The Way

Concerts Are Back In 2021: Classic Rock Leading The Way | Society Of Rock Videos

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Thanks to the fast rollout of vaccines, normalcy is already within reach. The world isn’t totally rid of coronavirus but with the increasing number of fully immunized people, live music is also slowly coming back. The lockdown restrictions temporarily shut down the concert and touring industry but it’s now reopening and for the past few weeks, we’ve already seen full-scale concerts.

2020 was supposed to be full of reunions and comebacks but the global health crisis happened. This year though, our favorite rock acts are going back on stage. We’ve been getting announcements left and right on the rescheduled dates and we can’t help but burst with excitement. We’ve seen numerous livestreamed events year – from concerts to benefit shows. But let’s be honest, nothing ever comes close to live music experience.

Let’s check out some of those who are confirmed to play shows alongside the date their treks will kick off:

Foreigner – May 19
Sammy Hagar – May 23
Lynyrd Skynyrd – June 4
KISS – June 11
Styx – June 16
Judas Priest – June 16
ZZ Top – June 23
Billy Joel – July 9
Hall & Oates – August 5
Primus – August 10
Megadeth – August 20
The Doobie Brothers – August 22
Santana – August 25
Eagles – August 28
Elton John – September 1
The Monkees – September 10
Genesis – September 15
Pearl Jam – September 18
Metallica – October 8
Guns N’ Roses – November 6
Ozzy Osbourne – January 26, 2022
Alice Cooper – February 9, 2022
Scorpions – March 26, 2022
Queen – May 30, 2022
Iron Maiden – June 4, 2022
Roger Waters – July 6, 2022

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