Female Artists We Can’t Wait To See In 2022!

The pandemic is coming to an end and we can’t wait to start doing some of our favorite things, like concerts! Here are five female artists we want to see on tour in 2022. 

Alexis Crandall

AfterBuzz TV Host & Writer
Posted On: June 25th, 2021 1:34 pm pst

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With the pandemic improving in the United States, musicians are starting to announce their new tour dates with many pushed to 2022. Here are five female artists we can’t wait to see hit the road.

Olivia Rodrigo

Hot off the release of her debut album Sour, Rodrigo’s tour would be a great way to show audiences why they should keep their eyes on her. Many of the songs off the album would make for great scream-you-heart-out moments, juxtaposed with the quieter moments, like the mammoth hit “Driver’s License.” Although Rodrigo is planning a prom concert movie for later this month, hopefully, we get to see her on a real stage soon.

Taylor Swift

In the past 15 months, Swift has released two new albums, all before her 2019 album Lover turned one. She had Lover Fest planned, which was postponed and then canceled. Touring three albums and re-recording her masters would be difficult, Lover Fest had a limited US run with only four shows planned, that could allow her to tour her albums without taking a huge break from re-records.

Doja Cat

Many of us came to know Doja Cat during quarantine when her song “Say So” was the soundtrack to a viral dance. The song went on to be number one on Billboard and since then, many of her songs have gained popularity on Tik Tok. She also dropped a new album, just in time for summer, full of fresh songs sure to find their way to our “for you” pages. If this year’s Grammy performance is any indication, Doja Cat live would be an experience we won’t soon forget.

Lady Gaga

Her Chromatica album came during the beginning months of the pandemic and the supporting tour has been pushed back twice. Gaga described the album as where she lives, so seeing this world brought to life (which fans have been given samples of with the music videos) would be a grandiose Lady Gaga event to bring this era full circle.

Dua Lipa

Finally, already giving fans a live experience with “Studio 2054,” Lipa’s disco-pop Future Nostalgia seems made for crowds full of people. The infectious “Don’t Stop Now” and her recent hit “Levitating” would be a much-needed glittery, dance party. If you didn’t get tickets to “Studio 2054,” Lipa’s choreography and vision for the quarantine disco can be seen from this year’s Grammy’s, Brit’s, and even NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert. With no U.S. tour dates currently planned, we can only hope.

About The Author:

Alexis Crandall is an Emerson College student majoring in journalism with a minor in Public Relations. She is also an intern at AfterBuzz TV and Better Together with Maria Menounos. 

Founded by Emmy winning journalist Maria Menounos and Producer Keven Undergaro, artist-friendly AfterBuzz TV is the world’s largest digital broadcast network and pop culture news platform, producing post-game ‘after-shows’ for nearly all favorite TV shows, interviewing cast and showrunners and providing the widest video, audio and article coverage of shows, content and influencers than any entertainment news platforms in existence

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