Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran are two of the most recent world-famous musicians to perform at MetLife Stadium and there is an impressive list of artists set to follow them. Over the next month, several superstars are getting ready to take the stage at MetLife and perform in front of tens of thousands of fans in East Rutherford.
July 29 & 30: Beyoncé, Renaissance World Tour
The nearest concert is July 29 & 30, which will host Beyoncé as part of her Renaissance World Tour. Beyoncé is one of the most successful female artists of the 21st century, selling over 200 million records worldwide. This will be her first solo tour since 2016, where she promoted her newest album “Lemonade”.
Aug. 4 & 6: Metallica, M72 World Tour
The following week on Aug. 4 & 6, iconic rock band Metallica will be performing as part of their M72 World Tour. The tour is in support of their latest album “72 Seasons”, which was released in April earlier this year. In their 40+ years of existence, Metallica has sold tens of millions of tickets and performed in over 50 countries. Their impact on the heavy metal genre and music as a whole is still felt today.
Aug. 11 & 12: Blackpink, Born Pink World Tour
Trending K-Pop girl group, Blackpink, will be at MetLife on Aug. 11 and 12 to promote their second album “Born Pink”. The tour, which began in Oct. 2022 has seen the group travel across the globe from Thailand to their home country of South Korea and now to America, where they will wrap up the tour.
Aug. 15: Guns N’ Roses, 2023 World Tour
Legendary rock band, Guns N’ Roses, will be performing at Metlife on Aug. 15 for their 2023 world tour. The band will be joined by special guest, The Pretenders, who will also be performing at the concert.
Aug. 30, Sep. 1 & 2: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, 2023 Tour
New Jersey icon Bruce Springsteen will be returning to MetLife as part of his 2023 tour. Springsteen’s history with the Meadowlands runs deep as he performed ten straight sold-out shows at Giants Stadium in 2003, drawing in 566,650 over the course of the ten shows. In 2016, Springsteen performed at MetLife for 4 hours and 1 minute, which, at the time, became his longest show ever performed in the United States. The Boss will look to continue his dominant stretch of performances in the Meadowlands next month.