Alongside the star-studded Jingle Ball national tour and long-awaited solo live comebacks from Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake, Washington, D.C. will also be welcoming everyone from country singer Keith Urban to pop superstar Pink to its live stage over the next few months. Here’s a closer look at seven of the biggest names to have released Washington D.C. concert tickets for this winter.
After resuming his Yeezus tour last week, the self-proclaimed rap god’s two-hour 30-song spectacle will hit the Verizon Center tonight (November 21) with Kanye West tickets available on TiqIQ at a get-in price of $84 and average price of $179. Alongside a support slot from MTV’s current Hottest MC In The Game, Kendrick Lamar, fans with Washington, D.C. concert tickets can also look forward to hearing the entirety of his sixth consecutive chart-topping album, several of his earlier hits (“Stronger,” “Jesus Walks,” “Through The Wire”) and an impressive array of visuals ranging from a 60-foot white mountain to an actor dressed as Jesus.
Joined by Alabama vocal group Little Big Town and Tennessee singer-songwriter Dustin Lynch, Keith Urban will bring his Light The Fuse tour to the Washington, D.C. area at Fairfax’s Patriot Center on Nov 23. The American Idol judge will perform several tracks from his current eighth studio effort, Fuse, in addition to his Hot Country Songs No.1 hits “Making Memories Of Us,” “Better Life” and “You Look Good In My Shirt” and covers of Adele’s “Rumour Has It” and The Who’s “Won’t Get Fooled Again.” There are still nearly 100 Keith Urban tickets remaining for this gig with a get-in price of $74 and average price of $180.
After first rolling into town back in March, one of this year’s biggest pop feasts will return to the Verizon Center on November 24 as Pink heads towards the final part of her mammoth 139-date The Truth About Love tour. The Cirque Du Soleil-inspired show will feature everything from a medley of her earlier R&B hits (“There You Go,” “Most Girls,” “You Make Me Sick”) to her string of US number one singles (“So What,” “Raise Your Glass,” “Just Give Me A Reason”) to a cover of Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Game.” Pink tickets are still on offer on TiqIQ for this show with a get-in price of $69 and average price of $251.
Hosted by Hot 995, iHeartRadio’s inaugural Jingle Ball national tour will stop off at the Verizon Center on December 16. Alongside performances from the stars of this year’s MTV Video Music Awards, Robin Thicke and Miley Cyrus, those with Washington, D.C. tickets will also get to see acts from the worlds of rock (Fall Out Boy, Paramore), R&B (Jason Derulo, Flo Rida) and teen pop (Austin Mahone, Fifth Harmony). Jingle Ball tickets are available on TiqIQ at a get-in price of $78 and an average price of $222.
Following a brief stopover in Canada, the former Destiny’s Child star will kick off the final week of her 107-date The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour at the Verizon Center on Dec 18 with Beyoncé tickets still up for grabs at a get-in price of $99 and average price of $253. The R&B superstar wowed audiences at the same venue for two nights back in July with a hit-packed set-list featuring US chart toppers “Crazy In Love,” “Irreplaceable” and “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On it),” Grammy winner “Love On Top” and several tasters of her long-awaited fifth studio album.
The Verizon Center will also then welcome Mr. Carter on January 16 with Jay-Z tickets still on offer on TiqIQ at a get-in price of $26 and an average price of $156. Alongside all the highlights from his new album, Magna Carta… Holy Grail, the Jigga Man’s first solo headlining tour in four years also includes material spanning from 1996 debut Reasonable Doubt right up to 2009’s The Blueprint 3 including classics such as “99 Problems,” “Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)” and Billboard number one “Empire State Of Mind.”
Jay-Z’s former touring partner will also visit the Verizon Center on February 24 as part of his The 20/20 Experience world tour with Justin Timberlake tickets still waiting to be snapped up at a get-in price of $98 and average price of $363. Fans with Washington, D.C. concert tickets should expect to hear all the best tracks from his two volumes of The 20/20 Experience in addition to all the number one hits (“Sexyback,” “My Love,” “What Goes Around… Comes Back Around”) which helped to transform him from boyband pin-up to the new King of Pop.
With such an impressive line-up of live music ahead, be sure to keep checking back on TiqIQ for the latest information on Washington, D.C. concert tickets.