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story.lead_photo.caption Musician Billie Eilish performs at the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm, Somerset, England, on June 30. Eilish will make a stop at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis on March 28. (Photo by Grant Pollard/Invision/AP)

The New Year has officially begun and there is plenty to be excited about in 2020.

From major concerts with Billie Eilish and Journey to top comedians including Jim Gaffigan and Chris Tucker, Missouri entertainment fans will have a lot to be excited about all year long.

We’ve rounded up some of the biggest events of the year throughout the state so that you can start planning 2020 the right way. Remember, this is far from a comprehensive list and events, as well as ticket prices, are subject to change throughout the year.

MUSIC

From Kansas City to St. Louis to right in Mid-Missouri, some of the biggest musicians in the country will visit the Show-Me State this year.

George Strait will perform Jan. 25-26 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City. Tickets range from $75-$250.

The Lumineers will perform Feb. 5 at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis. Tickets range from $36-$86.

Post Malone will make two stops in Missouri; first on Feb. 5 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City where tickets range from $186-$910, then on Feb. 7 at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis where tickets range from $168-$867.

Miranda Lambert will perform on Feb. 6 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City. Tickets range from $38.75-$113.75.

Ben Folds will perform Feb. 13-14 at the Powell Symphony Hall in St. Louis. Tickets range from $45-$90.

The St. Louis Music Festival will feature Teddy Riley, Blackstreet, Bobby Brown, Jagged Edge, SWV, El Debarge and Doug E. Fresh on Feb. 14 at the Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis. Tickets range from $52.50-$178.

Grace Potter will perform on Feb. 20 at The Pageant in St. Louis. Tickets range from $33.50-$53.50.

The Indigo Girls will perform Feb. 27 at The Blue Note in Columbia. Tickets range from $35-$65.

The Zac Brown Band will make a couple of stops in Missouri; first on March 12 at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis, where tickets range from $36.50-$697; then on April 16 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, where tickets range from $19-$309.

Jason Aldean will stop in Mid-Missouri on March 13, performing at the Mizzou Arena in Columbia. Tickets range from $36.75-$259.

The 14th annual Gateway Blues Festival is set for March 28 at the Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis. This festival features performances from TK Soul, Pokey Bear, Shirley Brown, Sir Charles Jones and others, and tickets range from $55-$102.

Billie Eilish will make a stop at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis on March 28. Tickets appear to already be mostly sold out, with only one section shown as available earlier this week for a price of $425 each.

Gordon Lightfoot will perform March 31 at the Missouri Theatre in Columbia. Tickets range from $36-$96.

The Cab Calloway Orchestra will perform April 7 at the Missouri Theatre in Columbia. Tickets range from $35-$45.

Cher is heading to Kansas City to perform April 18 at the Sprint Center after extending her Here We Go Again Tour. Tickets range from $57-$1,600.

Mandy Moore will perform April 21 at the Uptown Theater in Kansas City. Tickets range from $39.50-$162.

They Might Be Giants will perform May 17 at The Pageant in St. Louis. Tickets range from $73-$224.

Kenny Chesney will make two stops in Missouri, starting June 13 at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, where tickets range from $45-$225. He will return the following month, performing July 11 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, where tickets range from $50-$760.

An all-star ’80s lineup including Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe, Poison, and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts will hit Missouri twice, with the first show set for June 23 at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, where tickets range from $135-$5,700. The second show is set for June 25 at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, where tickets go on sale Jan. 10.

Chicago with Rick Springfield will perform on the west and east edges of state on back-to-back nights, with the first show set for Jan. 23 at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Maryland Heights, just outside of St. Louis, where tickets range from $35-$745. The second show is set for June 24 at the Starlight Theatre in Kansas City, where tickets range from $58-$621.

Ozzy Osbourne also will make two stops, performing June 24 at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Maryland Heights, where tickets range from $42-$987; and on June 26 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, where tickets range from $59-$361.

Journey with Pretenders will perform at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Maryland Heights, where tickets range from $52-$2,500.

The Avett Brothers will perform July 3 at the Ozark Amphitheater in Camdenton. Tickets range from $64-$289.

Elton John will perform two back-to-back shows, starting July 7 at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis, where tickets range from $201-$9,500. He will then perform July 8 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, where tickets range from $199-$6,528.

Alanis Morissette with special guest Garbage & Liz Phair will perform July 18 at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Maryland Heights. Tickets range from $73-$875.

Harry Styles will perform July 21 at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis. Tickets range from $55-$4,600.

The Doobie Brothers will make a couple of stops in Missouri during their 50th Anniversary tour, starting with Aug. 14 at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Maryland Heights, where tickets range from $30-$700.

Maroon 5 with Meghan Trainor will also hit the state twice, with the first show set for Aug. 27 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, where tickets range from $67-$877. The second show is set for Aug. 29 at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Maryland Heights, where tickets range from $66-$2,400.

Vampire Weekend will perform Sept. 29 at the Starlight Theatre in Kansas City. Tickets range from $50-$486.

Roots N Blues will return to Stephens Lake Park in Columbia on Oct. 2-4. This year’s lineup is expected to include Brandi Carlile and Mavis Staples as headliners. The remaining acts will be announced in spring.

COMEDY

There’s plenty to laugh at with these comedians making stops throughout Missouri.

Todd Barry will perform Jan. 30 at The Blue Note in Columbia. Tickets are $69.

George Lopez will perform Feb. 8 at the Stifel Theatre in St. Louis. Tickets range from $59-$363.

Jim Gaffigan has quite a few shows planned in the Show-Me State. He is set to perform Feb. 18-19 and Feb. 21 at the Stifel Theatre in St. Louis, where tickets range from $70-$466. He will also perform Feb. 20 at the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena in Independence, where tickets range from $70-$452.

Nikki Glaser will perform Feb. 22 at The Pageant in St. Louis. Tickets range from $48-$354.

Tig Notaro will perform Feb. 27 at the Uptown Theatre in Kansas City. Tickets range from $47-$282.

Chris Tucker will perform March 7 at the Stifel Theatre in St. Louis. Tickets range from $49-$426.

Gabriel Iglesias will perform March 13 and 15 at the Stifel Theatre in St. Louis. Tickets range from $80-$569.

Ron White will make a couple of stops in Missouri, starting March 19 at the Jesse Auditorium in Columbia, where tickets range from $61-$392. His next show will be March 20 at the Stifel Theatre in St. Louis, where tickets range from $74-$435.

Carrot Top will perform March 20 at the Ameristar Casino and Hotel in Kansas City. Tickets range from $53-$374.

Bert Kreischer will make a few stops in Missouri, starting March 26 at the Gillioz Theatre in Springfield, where tickets range from $92-$212. He will then perform April 5 at the Stifel Theatre in St. Louis, where tickets range from $78-$388.

Jeff Ross & Dave Attell will perform April 4 at the Uptown Theater in Kansas City. Tickets range from $58-$417.

Maria Bamford will perform April 5 at The Blue Note in Columbia. Tickets are $25-$30.

Iliza Shlesinger will perform April 23 at the Stifel Theatre in St. Louis. Tickets range from $55-$394.

Bill Engvall will perform May 30 at the River City Casino & Hotel in St. Louis. Tickets range from $67-$217.

OTHER

Looking for something your young children might enjoy? Check out some of these live shows!

Sesame Street Live! Make Your Magic is set for Jan. 30 at the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena in Independence and March 27-29 at the Stifel Theatre in St. Louis. Tickets range from $20-$85.

Baby Shark Live! will be at the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena in Independence on March 1. Tickets range from $62-$200.

PAW Patrol Live! The Great Pirate Adventure will be held April 25-26 at the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena in Independence. Tickets range from $41-$12,000.

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