- Lightfoot begins the new decade with concerts in Louisiana in February.
In March, Lightfoot releases his 21st album of original material, "Solo" to positive reviews. (Read More...)
- Due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, Lightfoot postpones spring concerts to later in the year.

- In April, Lightfoot relaunches his online merchandise store. (Read More...)
- In July, Lightfoot performs I'll Tag Along and If You Could Read My Mind from his front porch for Virtual Canada Day.
- As of July, all summer concerts have been postponed until later dates due to Covid19.
- In December, Lightfoot performs a live worldwide streamig concert from the El Mocambo in Toronto.

- In February, Eliot Mazer, producer of Lightfoot's Back Here On Earth and Sunday Concert albums, passes away at age 79 in San Francisco.
- On March 17, Lightfoot receives his first shot of the Moderna vaccine.
- In June, Lightfoot is a presenter at the 50th annual Juno Awards.
- In August, Lightfoot fractures his right wrist in an accident at home and is forced to postpone his August concerts to the following February.