Billy Joel hasn't released an album of new pop material since 1993's "River of Dreams." But he still performs once a month at New York's Madison Square Garden and then takes to the road in the summer. This year, Mr. New York State of Mind is bringing "Uptown Girl," "Just the Way You Are" and "It's Still Rock and Roll to Me" to the Twins ballpark. (July 28, Target Field.)

This is how Florida Georgia Line rolls: The hit country duo brings a dated pop act (the Backstreet Boys) and a passé rapper (Nelly) to a stadium near you. Between them, they've got a jukebox full of hits that you probably wouldn't find in any jukebox anywhere or even on someone's playlist: "Cruise," "Dirt," "I Want It That Way," "As Long as You Love Me," "Hot in Herre" and "Country Grammar." Push "Play." (July 29, Target Field.)

After years of feuding, Axl Rose is back with key Guns N' Roses mates Slash and Duff McKagan. Last year's tour marked their first collaboration since 1997, though the mercurial Rose has been touring with various replacements on and off. This lineup should present an appetite for rock' n' roll. (July 30, U.S. Bank Stadium.)

One of the highlights of Justin Bieber's tour last summer was him bouncing and singing on a huge trampoline suspended over the floor at Target Center. Will the Biebs pull off the same tricks in a stadium? At least he's still touring behind his best album, "Purpose," which earned him critical acclaim and four Grammy nominations. The Twin Cities is the fourth stop on the U.S. leg of his stadium tour. (Aug. 18, U.S. Bank Stadium.)

Long accused of being U2 wannabes, Coldplay is getting its stadium opportunity following its seventh studio album, 2015's "A Head Full of Dreams." It's hardly an album full of hits, but charismatic frontman Chris Martin can always rely on his catalog of triumphs including "Yellow," "Clocks" and "Viva la Vida." Tove Lo opens. (Aug. 12, U.S. Bank Stadium.)

Jon Bream