Can't Miss Summer Concerts


Can’t Miss Summer Concerts

From rock and alternative to pop stars of today and decades past – there are plenty of shows to see this summer!


Death Cab for Cutie // June 17th

You’re going to want to make “Plans” to see Death Cab for Cutie when the Seattle band comes to Detroit this June!


New Kids on the Block // June 18th

90’s nostalgia fans, get ready to celebrate!  New Kids on the Block are back for their The Mixtape Tour.


lovelytheband // June 21st

Seeing this indie-pop act would be a lovely way to spend your Friday.


Young the Giant with Fitz and the Tantrums // June 22nd

Two incredible alt rock bands together for one unforgettable alt rock concert experience.


The Raconteurs // July 12th and 13th

Join hometown artist Jack White when his band The Raconteurs for a night of great music when they come to town this July!


Carly Rae Jepsen // July 13th

See Carly Rae Jepsen at her Detroit stop of the Dedicated Tour this July.


Soccer Mommy // July 15th

Be sure to see up and coming indie pop artist Soccer Mommy before she becomes a household name!


Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band // July 16th

Get your cheese burger in paradise, or Detroit, when Jimmy Buffett comes to town.


Train & the Goo Goo Dolls // July 23rd

No planes or automobiles here! See Train and the Goo Goo Dolls when they stop in Detroit this summer!


Queen & Adam Lambert // July 27th

Relive your favorite songs from the iconic rock band as Adam Lambert joins Queen for an unforgettable performance.


Khalid // July 28th

Everybody is going to be ‘talk’ing about Khalid when he comes to Detroit in July.


Beck & Cage the Elephant // August 3rd

90’s alternative meets modern day as Beck and Cage the Elephant put on a show you will not want to miss!


Shawn Mendes // August 5th

You wont want to be “lost in Japan” and miss Shawn Mendes when he stops in Detroit this August.


Jonas Brothers // September 7th

Is it the Year 3000 or 2019? Either way the Jonas Brothers are coming back to Detroit this September as a part of their Happiness Begins tour.


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