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2017 will be a big year in music for concerts. Pictured: The Weeknd on Nov. 30, 2016 performing in Paris, France. Getty Images/Pascal Le Segretain

2016 saw some of music’s biggest tours such as Beyonce’s Formation Tour, Rihanna’s Anti World Tour, Drake’s Summer Sixteen Tour and Kanye West’s Saint Pablo Tour, and 2017 should bring us more of the same. Bruno Mars, The Weeknd and Ariana Grande will all be hitting the road in 2017, and we have the details on how to score tickets.

Ariana Grande – Dangerous Woman Tour

In support of her latest album, Grande will hit the road on Feb. 2 and do more than 50 shows across the world. The “Side to Side” singer will perform 37 shows in North America and an additional 21 in Europe. Tickets for the tour are on sale now.

Shawn Mendes – Illuminate World Tour

While Mendes already toured the world in 2016, his 2017 tour will be his first all-arena tour and will kick off on April 27 in Scotland. After 21 shows in Europe, the “Treat You Better” singer will make his way back to the United States on July 6 for 25 more shows. You can grab tickets here.

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Guns N’ Roses perform in Indio, California on April 16, 2016. Getty Images/Kevin Winter

Guns N’ Roses – Not In This Lifetime… Tour

The legendary rock band has been touring since April 2016, but after taking a break in December, the band will be back on the road in 2017. After some shows in Asia and Europe, GnR will return to North America on July 27 and continue until Sept. 8. Tickets for the tour went on sale in December.

Bruno Mars – 24K Magic World Tour

Leave it to Bruno Mars to do everything bigger than everyone else. Starting on March 28 in Belgium, Mars will begin a 105-show tour that will run all the way until the end of November. The North American leg of Mars’ tour will begin on July 15 in Las Vegas. Tickets are on sale now.

The Weeknd – Starboy: Legend Of The Fall Tour

The self-proclaimed legend of the fall will tour four different continents in 2017, starting off on Feb. 17 in Sweden and finishing on Aug. 4 in Australia. The Weeknd will tour North America from April 25 to June 9. While tickets for the tour are currently on sale, The Weeknd has yet to announce who will join him on tour.

Justin Bieber – Purpose World Tour

If you missed the original legs of the Purpose World Tour, Justin Bieber will hit the road again in 2017 and has even added some North American dates. Bieber will play eight dates from July 29 to Sept. 6. Tickets can be found here.

Green Day – Revolution Radio Tour

The punk legends already toured North America in 2016 but that was only for smaller theater venues. Starting on March 1, Green Day will go on an arena tour in support of their latest album, “Revolution Radio.” You can get tickets here.

Lionel Richie And Mariah Carey – All The Hits Tour

Like the tour name suggests, this tour will be full of hits. Lionel Richie will team up with Mariah Carey on March 15 to kick off their tour in Baltimore, Maryland. The tour will go on until May 27 and end in Sunrise, Florida. Find tickets here.

Red Hot Chili Peppers – The Getaway World Tour

After spending most of 2016 touring, the Red Hot Chili Peppers will be back on the road in 2017, and the North American leg of their tour kicks off on Jan. 5 in San Antonio. The band will be playing in North America until July 1. Grab tickets here.