New Music and Tours in 2023: What to Expect

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New Music and Tours in 2023: What to Expect

As we gear up for a new year, music fans have a lot to look forward to in 2023. From tours by some of the biggest names in the industry to new music releases, there is something for everyone to enjoy. First up is Rihanna, who is set to take the Super Bowl halftime stage on Sunday, February 12th.

This will be her first performance since the 2018 Grammys, and fans are sure to be excited to see what she has in store. Rihanna has consistently been one of the biggest names in music, with a string of hit singles and successful albums to her name.

Her Super Bowl performance is sure to be a highlight of the year. Taylor Swift's "Eras" tour in support of her recent albums "Lover" and "Folklore" will kick off on Friday, March 17th. The tour is sure to be a hit, as both albums received critical acclaim and spawned numerous hit singles.

Swift is known for putting on an incredible live show, and fans can expect a mix of old and new material as she takes the stage.

New tours

In addition to new tours, fans can also expect new music from some of their favorite artists.

Jennifer Lopez has promised to deliver her ninth studio album, "This Is Me Now," the follow-up to 2002's "This Is Me Then." Lopez has been a mainstay in the music industry for decades, and her fans are sure to be excited to hear what she has in store with this new release.

Beyonce's "Renaissance" tour is also rumored to begin in the summer of 2023, and fans are speculating that the tour may be in support of a three-act album. Beyonce is known for delivering incredible live performances, and her tours are always highly anticipated events.

It will be interesting to see what she has in store for fans with this new tour. Finally, after being forced to postpone due to health issues, Justin Bieber is scheduled to pick back up on his "Justice World Tour." Bieber's dedicated fanbase has been eagerly awaiting the resumption