Are you ready to start planning your summer concert schedule? If you haven’t started yet, it’s time to get going! A lot of huge shows have already been announced for the summer, but a few more big names are still releasing upcoming shows. This is always an exciting time of year to catch a few of your favorite bands live and in action, and maybe even a music festival or two.
We’re here to help you get started. On this site, we’ve put together some of the biggest concert announcements from the last few days, along with some information to help you get the best seats to the shows of your choice. We also have big announcement info from past weeks available, too. Feel free to browse around to check out what’s new, and if you’re thinking of getting tickets, we can even point you toward some of the best deals out there on our ticket listings page. Summer is a great time to catch a show, so you won’t want to miss out on these new updates.
Ready to get your concert on? Keep reading to learn more.
Common: June 3rd – August 31st, 2019
Common just announced his newest tour, called Let Love Have the Last Word. This should be a pretty good set of dates as the tour launches out of Garden City, Idaho, and then hits up a number of other cities across the U.S. There will be a handful of Common concert dates taking place before the official launch of this tour. As one of the big names in rap music, this tour is bound to draw large crowds wherever he performs. If you’re a fan of rap, this is definitely worth checking out. The tour is set to support the upcoming album of the same name, which should be released toward the end of the currently scheduled tour dates. Getting a chance to hear some of the album songs before they come out is always exciting, and his history as a great live show will ensure that Common’s newest tour is one of his most popular.
The Melvins: September 3rd – November 5th, 2019
The Melvins were one of the big names of metal back in the 80s and have been continuously gathering a cult following in the decades since then. They just announced a massive North American tour that will be kicking on in September at the renowned Casbah in San Diego, California, and then hitting many major cities in the weeks afterward. Although the band has been around for years, they’ve been releasing new music on a near continuous basis, with their latest album coming out just over a year ago. Metalheads, both old and new, will want to check out this legendary band as they head out on the road yet again. If you’ve never seen The Melvins play before, this is your chance. For a better idea of what tickets are available and what tour dates are going to be near you, check out our ticket listings page.
Pedro the Lion: August 9th – August 25th, 2019
Pedro the Lion and mewithoutYou just announced that they will be having a short joint tour this summer. They will be hitting up 15 cities in this time, making stops in major areas like Dallas, New Orleans, and Charleston, South Carolina. Unfortunately, there won’t be any West Coast dates for this particular tour, but that might change in the near future. Pedro the Lion is one of the more unique groups coming out of the Indie rock scene, and they have a huge following because of their high level of talent. The group will more than likely see some sold out stops during this tour, so move fast to get your tickets. There’s nothing worse than missing out on a show that you really want to see. This will be one of the most fun events of the summer, so plan well ahead of time to enjoy yourself.
Don Broco: September 12th – October 12, 2019
British rock band Don Broco just announced a one-month-long North American tour. They’ll be starting out in Boston, Massachusetts, and then hitting up a bunch of other major cities—like New York, Atlanta, and Philadelphia—along the way. It promises to be a lot of fun, especially if you’re a big fan of their music. If you’ve never listened to Don Broco, this is a group worth checking out YouTube for. Songs like “Everybody” and “Come Out to LA” have been receiving awesome reviews from critics. This will be a good show, but because they haven’t received a lot of name recognition in the U.S., concerts will likely have a smaller and more personal feel to them. Still, the sooner you grab your tickets the better. This show will be amazing, so move quick so you don’t miss out.