///Additional Reporting Done by Haley Reilly///
2018 is just around the corner. While 2017 was filled with things from new clothing trends to national tragedies, it was also filled with concerts from artists who made their way to Pittsburgh. This upcoming year is no different as there is an extensive list of artists set to perform in Pittsburgh.
Taylor Swift: Probably one of the more anticipated singers, Taylor Swift is coming to Pittsburgh with a concert filled with songs from her newest album titled “Reputation.” She will make her appearance on August 7 at Heinz Field.
Why Don’t We: The boy band of five will be performing at Stage AE on April 19. The concert will consist of mostly songs from their newest EP titled “Invitation” as they are on their Invitation tour.
Jacob Sartorius: This 15 year old pop singer is set to come to Pittsburgh on January 24 on his “Left Me Hangin'” tour. As the name of the tour says, he will be singing songs from his newest EP that is called “Left Me Hangin'” and he will be at Stage AE.
Maroon 5: The band, who’s lead singer is Adam Levine, is planning to take the stage at PPG Paints Arena on September 29 of next year. The band will most likely perform some of their top hits such as “Sugar”, “Moves Like Jagger” ,and of their latest, “What Lovers Do”.
Pink: The widely popular singer will be stopping at Pittsburgh for her “Beautiful Trama” tour on April 7. The female artist will be at PPG Paints Arena and almost definitely sing her latest hit, “What About Us”.
Kenny Chesney: For all of the country lovers, Kenny Chesney is an icon. The uber popular country singer will be performing at Heinz Field on June 2 of 2018 during his “Trip Around the Sun Tour.” This obviously means that he will be singing his single, “Trip Around the Sun” and possibly other songs from his “Cosmic Hallelujah” album.
Walk the Moon: The four piece rock band will be taking over Stage AE on January 23. The band will undoubtedly be performing their most popular song, “Shut Up and Dance” along with some others that are their fans’ favorites.