Unmissable concerts in 2020

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many concerts are being postponed, rescheduled or canceled. These are the latest confirmations (we suggest you get in touch with the organising body of each event to find out more):

Moved to 2021

July, August & September

The legendary American group led by Steven Tyler will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a very special concert (Wanda Metropolitano Stadium. 3 July).

The American soul star is visiting Spain after an absence of 10 years to release her seventh album (WiZink Center. 4 July).

After a career spanning 47 years, the veteran American rock band bids farewell with a unique concert (WiZink Center. 5 July).

The American rocker is coming with his Here To Love tour, in which he promises to maintain his live legacy once again (WiZink Center. 26 July).

After performing at the Mad Cool festival, the young Australian multi-instrumentalist will give her first solo concert in Madrid (WiZink Center. 1 September).

The worldwide idol of Latin music and winner of a Latin Grammy is back with his 11:11 World Tour (WiZink Center. 21 September).

October, November & December

The Manchester band ventures on a new tour on the occasion of their second album Notes On A Conditional Form (WiZink Center. 5 October).

The German power metal band will perform songs from all its eras as well as the songs from its latest album on the United Alive World Tour Part II (WiZink Center. 12 October).

The Portuguese pianist will give a recital that includes Beethoven’s last sonata (Teatro Real. 12 October).

The British singer and songwriter presents his latest album, Sometimes It's Something, Sometimes It's Nothing at All (La Riviera. 14 October).

The multi-award winning Canadian singer presents her latest album, Such Pretty Forks In The Road, and commemorates 25 years since Jagged little pill (WiZink Center. 19 October).

The American alternative pop rock band led by vocalist, Ryan Tedder, presents its fifth album, Human (Palacio Vistalegre Arena. 2 November).

The British artist's No More Tours 2 tour will have only one stop in Spain and will feature Judas Priest as special guest (WiZink Center. 22 November).

The Scottish band is back on stage to commemorate the 30th anniversary of its debut album, Southside (Palacio Vistalegre Arena. 28 November).


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