There’s nothing quite like the energy and excitement of live music, and fortunately, there are many amazing places to see old favorites and new discoveries. Here’s a handful of the best shows the Northeast has to offer this year.
Right now, there aren’t many artists as hot as the chart-topping R&B/soul singer. He’s bringing his show to multiple cities in the Northeast, including Pittsburgh, Boston, Hartford, and New York City, where he’ll perform two shows.
Queen x Adam Lambert
The great Freddie Mercury may no longer be with us, but American Idol winner Adam Lambert now fronts the legendary group with a style and swagger that’s all his own. Catch them in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Mansfield Massachusetts, and New York.
The piano-playing knight is touring again, playing all of the hits and wearing all of the outrageous outfits his fans have come to love. He’ll be stopping in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Boston, and Uniondale New York.
The beloved indie songstress is a little bit folk, a little country, and a whole lot of fun live. She’s touring behind her latest album, On the Line. You can catch her in several cities in the Northeast, including Boston, Providence, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Albany, Ithaca, and Portland Maine.
Jonas Brothers with Bebe Rexha
They’re back! Plenty of 20-something (and 30-something) women jumped for joy when the trio announced their return earlier this year; now, they’re taking the show on the road with pop princess Bebe Rexha. They’ll hit Boston, Philadelphia, Albany, Uncasville Connecticut, Buffalo, New York, Hershey Pennsylvania, and Pittsburgh.
Seeing Bastille’s upbeat pop/rock tunes performed live is the perfect way to bid farewell to summer. In September, they’ll play Philadelphia, Boston, Pittsburgh, New York, and Uncasville Connecticut.
With his most recent album, Wasteland, Baby!, the soulful Irish singer has proven that he’s a force to be reckoned with. He’ll be stopping in Rochester New York, Boston, Mashantucket Connecticut, Bethlehem Pennsylvania, and New York City.
You can’t help but dance to Lizzo’s upbeat R&B and soul songs, and she’ll be bringing them to Philadelphia, Boston, and New York in September.