Some of the biggest names in music are coming to the Meadowlands as MetLife Stadium prepares for a packed summer full of stardom.
Kicking off the summer of concerts is country superstar Morgan Wallen, bringing his “One Night At A Time” World Tour to the Meadowlands on May 19 and 20. Wallen, a record-breaking country artist, will be joined by special guests Parker McCollum, ERNEST and Baily Zimmerman. Wallen completed his eight-month-long “Dangerous” Tour in 2022.
Taylor Swift, coming off the release of her tenth studio album, “Midnights,” plays MetLife Stadium over Memorial Day weekend on May 26, 27 and 28. Swift’s “Eras” Tour will mark the first time the pop star visits MetLife Stadium since her 2018 tour, “Reputation.” Swift will be joined by fellow artists Phoebe Bridgers, GAYLE, Gracie Abrams and OWENN.
English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran will perform on June 10 and 11 as part of his + – = ÷ x tour, otherwise known as The Mathematics Tour. Like Swift, this is the first time Sheeran is touring and visiting the area since 2018. He performs with special guests Khalid and Dylan. The tour will feature Sheeran’s latest album “=”, including his Grammy-nominated single, “Bad Habits.”
The K-pop girl group Twice will play one of nine U.S. shows this year at MetLife Stadium on July 6, the band’s first time performing at the home of the New York Giants and Jets. It’s the first time any K-pop girl band headlined at the stadium. Since forming in 2015, the group has sold over 10 million albums and received nearly 6 billion streams on Spotify.
In July, the Queen Bey herself, Beyonce will grace the Meadowlands with her presence on July 29 and July 30 as a stop during her new Renaissance Tour, her first since 2018. Recently becoming the most winningest artist in Grammy history, Beyonce returns to the stage following the success of her seventh studio album, also named “Renaissance.” Beyonce will start her tour in Stockholm, S.E. and tour Europe before heading back to the states to complete the North American leg of her tour.
August kicks off at MetLife Stadium with two nights of Metallica’s M72 World Tour, featuring a No Repeats Weekend set by the band with different opening acts each night along with varying set lists. The first night, Aug. 4, will feature supporting acts Pantera and Mammoth WVH with the second night, Aug. 6, featuring Five Finger Death Punch and Ice Nine Kills. This is Metallica’s first return to the Meadowlands since 2017.
Guns N Roses world tour across the Middle East, Europe and North America stops at MetLife Stadium on Aug. 15. The reunited band released a box set collecting Use Your Illusion I and II. The group’s latest track is 2022’s “Hard Skool.”
Meadowlands regular and NJ’s very own Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band closes out the summer at MetLife on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1. His stop in the Meadowlands is part of his first tour in the Garden State in seven years, although he was on stage at MetLife last year.
In separate concerts in June 2022, Springsteen joined Coldplay on stage for two songs on June 9, 2022 and Paul McCartney for two on June 17. McCartney also invited Jon Bon Jovi on stage with Bruce during the June 17 MetLife show. The trio closed out the show with an “Abbey Road” medley after the Bon Jovi front man sang Happy Birthday to McCartney, celebrating his 80th birthday June 18.
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