2019 GRAMMY Winners and Performers Live on Tour

The 2019 GRAMMYs were a wonderful look at the state of music today, filled with blockbuster performances and well-deserved honors for everyone from rising-star rappers to soulful crossover singer-songwriters.

What better way to continue the celebration than to catch these talents on tour? Find out where this year’s winners and highlighted performers will be appearing soon near you.

 

Kacey Musgraves

Album of the Year, Best Country Solo Performance, Best Country Album, Best Country Song

She swept wins for all four of her GRAMMY nominations, and she’s currently sweeping the country on her Oh, What A World tour, which picks up February 16th in San Francisco through March 25th in Chicago. A second leg of the tour approaches this summer following big slots at Governors Ball, Bonnaroo, and Red Rocks.

 

Childish Gambino

Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Music Video, Best Rap / Sung Performance

Multi-hyphenate powerhouse Donald Glover — better known by now as Childish Gambino — just concluded his final tour of arenas across the country, but is slated to headline Bonnaroo and Washington, DC’s Broccoli City Festival in 2019. He just may have to backtrack on “retirement” in the wake of these historic wins…

 

Cardi B

Best Rap Album

Cardi B is concentrating her upcoming appearances into select festival appearances this summer — popping up at the Houston Rodeo, Flyover, Rolling Loud, Bonnaroo, and the new Pot of Gold Festival in Phoenix, Arizona.

 

Brandi Carlile

Best Americana Album, Best American Roots Song, Best American Roots Performance

More than just a roots vocalist, Carlile’s powerhouse singing and songwriting will highlight Boston Calling and Bonnaroo, in addition to a special show billed Echoes Through The Canyon at The Gorge, and select dates just announced opening for rock legends Heart.

 

Lady Gaga

Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Pop / Duo Group Performance, Best Song Written for Visual Media

Your best bet on getting a healthy dose of Gaga is her ongoing Enigma / Jazz & Piano residency at the Park MGM Las Vegas. You never know who might show up

 

Ariana Grande

Best Pop Vocal Album

The Sweetener World Tour kicks off March 18th in Boston, and concludes in Salt Lake City on July 13th — but not without two headlining performances at Coachella to break things up.

 

Greta Van Fleet

Best Rock Album

The family foursome has a great run ahead on their March of the Peaceful Army tour, starting in Miami on May 7th, traveling through the South and Northeast into July, including festival appearances at Boston Calling and Ohio’s new Bunbury Festival.

 

Beck

Best Alternative Music Album, Best Engineered Album

You can hear highlights from the GRAMMY-winning Colors alongside his host of unforgettable hits when Spoon, Cage The Elephant, and more join him on this summer’s newly-announced Night Running Tour.

 

H.E.R.

Best R&B Performance, Best R&B Album

The best place to see H.E.R. in the near future is if you’re traveling overseas in February and March as she visits London, Paris, Zurich, Frankfurt, and more. Hopefully the wins get a U.S. tour scheduled soon.

 

Anderson .Paak

Best Rap Performance

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The multi-genre breakout sensation won his first award last night in a tie with friend and collaborator Kendrick Lamar, just as his headlining tour kicks off with the Free Nationals the very day after the GRAMMYs. Paak’s U.S. tour is a quick one before a long run through Europe, but he’s back to appear at Boston Calling and Forecastle this festival season.

 

Dan & Shay

Best Country Duo / Group Performance

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sorry for the delayed post and delayed responses to texts/calls/emails, but last night was the most memorable night of our music career, and we put our phones on airplane mode to enjoy every second of something we’ve dreamed of our entire lives. we won our very first grammy award, and to make it even sweeter, we got to perform on the show. thank you to everyone who believed in us, and gave us the opportunity to whole heartedly chase this crazy dream. you’re all responsible and deserving of this award just as much as we are. additional apologies for the next million posts, because we’re just so damn happy right now and don’t want to take any bit of this for granted. all the love, d+s. ❤️

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There are tons of chances to pour out some “tequila” with these two as they have a headlining tour starting February 28th in New Orleans, then support Florida Georgia Line on the Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour hitting amphitheaters from June through September.

 

Willie Nelson

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album, Producers + Engineers Wing Honoree

Luckily for fans, both new and familiar, this living legend continues to tour both solo and backed by his entire family — including son Lukas, a key songwriter behind A Star Is Born. Willie’s “on the road again” starting with Valentine’s Day in El Paso, Texas.

 

Leon Bridges

Best Traditional R&B Performance

This contemporary chameleon of music and fashion continues his Good Thing Tour in April and May, including an appearance at weekend one of New Orleans Jazz Fest.

 

Ella Mai

Best R&B Song

Make your Ella Mai ticket a keepsake by attending The Debut Tour, beginning February 12th in Vancouver and continuing through March 28th. After a short break, she also will appear at the Broccoli City Festival.

 

See all the best from music’s biggest night on a stage near you this year – tickets available here and in the widget below.

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