Here’s an updated list of 2020 concert dates that have been reconfirmed for summer 2021.
The Hold Steady: First Avenue & 7th St. Entry, May 21-22.
Ween: Surly Brewing Festival Field, May 29.
Kenny Chesney: U.S. Bank Stadium, June 5.
Winstock Country Music Fest: Luke Combs, Darius Rucker, more, June 18-19.
Justin Bieber: Target Center, June 19.
The Weeknd: Xcel Energy Center, June 19.
5 Seconds of Summer: Armory, June 19.
Halsey: Xcel Energy Center, June 29.
Rage Against the Machine: Target Center, July 2-3.
Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison, Joan Jett: U.S. Bank Stadium, July 8.
Guns N’ Roses: Target Field, July 16.
Reba McEntire: Xcel Energy Center, July 16.
Twin Cities Summer Jam: Carrie Underwood, Zac Brown Band at Canterbury Park, July 22-24.
Primus: Armory, July 23.
George Strait: U.S. Bank Stadium, July 31.
Megadeth and Lamb of God: Armory, Aug. 4.
Maroon 5: Xcel Energy Center, Aug. 7.
The Decemberists: Surly Brewing Festival Field, Aug. 9.
Lindsey Stirling: Armory, Aug. 9.
Ty Segall: First Avenue, Aug. 11.
Deftones: Armory, Aug. 12.
Umphrey’s McGee: First Avenue, Aug. 14.
Green Day, Weezer, Fall Out Boy: Target Field, Aug. 23.
Daryl Hall and John Oates: Xcel Energy Center, Aug. 30.
Doobie Brothers: Minnesota State Fair Grandstand, Aug. 31.
Rammstein: U.S. Bank Stadium, Sept. 3.
Matchbox Twenty and Wallflowers: Treasure Island Casino Amphitheater, Sept. 10.
My Chemical Romance: Xcel Energy Center, Sept. 16.
Trampled by Turtles and Wilco: Treasure Island Amphitheater, Sept. 18.
Harry Styles: Xcel Energy Center, Sept. 22.
Makeup dates still pending: Rolling Stones, Elton John, Roger Waters, Tame Impala, the Lumineers, the National, Dan + Shay, Monsta X, many more.