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Can’t-Miss Concerts in New York City This Month
Can’t-Miss Concerts in New York City This Month
Collectie van Eventbrite
When your need for live music strikes, we're here to inspire you with a hand-picked list of the hottest concerts in New York City. From under-the-radar local bands to arena-filling super stars, we've got every concert you'll want on your calendar right here.
Can’t-Miss Concerts in New York City This Month
  • Grace Kelly's electric stage charisma has been touted by the maestro, Jon Batiste, and if he's impressed, what will you think? Only one way to find out.
  • To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Jeff Buckley's breakout “Grace” album, fellow rocker and bluesman, Gary Lucas, pays tribute to his late friend and collaborator by performing all their lost songs and many others.
  • Go where no audience has gone before with Sound Tribe Sector 9 and their very own style of trippy, often improvised, dub-influenced electro. Inspired by the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 spaceflight, each of their shows is customized to explore their vast catalog.
  • In one of 2019's most anticipated projects, guitarist and producer, Adrian Quesada, and vocalist, Eric Burton, team up on the self-titled debut album for their new indie-soul outfit, Black Pumas.
  • Ambar Lucid is emerging from New Jersey as a songwriting savant. The bilingual 18-year-old has a stunning voice that floats over delicate guitar strumming.
  • The 20-year-old Chicago rapper continues to gain ground with her fiery and empowering lyrics. Expect an exuberant crowd when she hits the NY stage.
  • From bass clarinet to banjo, Cosmo Sheldrake's multi-instrumentalism, field recordings, and natural soundscapes provide essential listening for anyone interested in hearing truly unique new sounds.
  • RL Grime has cemented his fan base throughout the years after his trappy, bass-heavy remixes of Chief Keef and Kanye West went viral.
  • Sisters Lily & Madeleine use impressive harmonies and a slew of styles when producing their infectious folk pop. Match that with their thoughtful lyrics calling out injustices and double standards, and you have a powerhouse duo that's shaking up the industry.
  • Xiu Xiu's experimental rock leaves no emotional and personal experience unturned. Join the San Jose natives and dance away any unwanted feelings.
  • Grace Kelly's electric stage charisma has been touted by the maestro, Jon Batiste, and if he's impressed, what will you think? Only one way to find out.
  • To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Jeff Buckley's breakout “Grace” album, fellow rocker and bluesman, Gary Lucas, pays tribute to his late friend and collaborator by performing all their lost songs and many others.
  • Go where no audience has gone before with Sound Tribe Sector 9 and their very own style of trippy, often improvised, dub-influenced electro. Inspired by the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 spaceflight, each of their shows is customized to explore their vast catalog.
  • In one of 2019's most anticipated projects, guitarist and producer, Adrian Quesada, and vocalist, Eric Burton, team up on the self-titled debut album for their new indie-soul outfit, Black Pumas.
  • Ambar Lucid is emerging from New Jersey as a songwriting savant. The bilingual 18-year-old has a stunning voice that floats over delicate guitar strumming.
  • The 20-year-old Chicago rapper continues to gain ground with her fiery and empowering lyrics. Expect an exuberant crowd when she hits the NY stage.
  • From bass clarinet to banjo, Cosmo Sheldrake's multi-instrumentalism, field recordings, and natural soundscapes provide essential listening for anyone interested in hearing truly unique new sounds.
  • RL Grime has cemented his fan base throughout the years after his trappy, bass-heavy remixes of Chief Keef and Kanye West went viral.
  • Sisters Lily & Madeleine use impressive harmonies and a slew of styles when producing their infectious folk pop. Match that with their thoughtful lyrics calling out injustices and double standards, and you have a powerhouse duo that's shaking up the industry.
  • Xiu Xiu's experimental rock leaves no emotional and personal experience unturned. Join the San Jose natives and dance away any unwanted feelings.
Can’t-Miss Concerts in New York City This Month
Can’t-Miss Concerts in New York City This Month
Can’t-Miss Concerts in New York City This Month
Collectie van Eventbrite
When your need for live music strikes, we're here to inspire you with a hand-picked list of the hottest concerts in New York City. From under-the-radar local bands to arena-filling super stars, we've got every concert you'll want on your calendar right here.
When your need for live music strikes, we're here to inspire you with a hand-picked list of the hottest concerts in New York City. From under-the-radar local bands to arena-filling super stars, we've got every concert you'll want on your calendar right here.
  • Grace Kelly's electric stage charisma has been touted by the maestro, Jon Batiste, and if he's impressed, what will you think? Only one way to find out.
  • To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Jeff Buckley's breakout “Grace” album, fellow rocker and bluesman, Gary Lucas, pays tribute to his late friend and collaborator by performing all their lost songs and many others.
  • Go where no audience has gone before with Sound Tribe Sector 9 and their very own style of trippy, often improvised, dub-influenced electro. Inspired by the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 spaceflight, each of their shows is customized to explore their vast catalog.
  • In one of 2019's most anticipated projects, guitarist and producer, Adrian Quesada, and vocalist, Eric Burton, team up on the self-titled debut album for their new indie-soul outfit, Black Pumas.
  • Ambar Lucid is emerging from New Jersey as a songwriting savant. The bilingual 18-year-old has a stunning voice that floats over delicate guitar strumming.
  • The 20-year-old Chicago rapper continues to gain ground with her fiery and empowering lyrics. Expect an exuberant crowd when she hits the NY stage.
  • From bass clarinet to banjo, Cosmo Sheldrake's multi-instrumentalism, field recordings, and natural soundscapes provide essential listening for anyone interested in hearing truly unique new sounds.
  • RL Grime has cemented his fan base throughout the years after his trappy, bass-heavy remixes of Chief Keef and Kanye West went viral.
  • Sisters Lily & Madeleine use impressive harmonies and a slew of styles when producing their infectious folk pop. Match that with their thoughtful lyrics calling out injustices and double standards, and you have a powerhouse duo that's shaking up the industry.
  • Xiu Xiu's experimental rock leaves no emotional and personal experience unturned. Join the San Jose natives and dance away any unwanted feelings.
  • Grace Kelly's electric stage charisma has been touted by the maestro, Jon Batiste, and if he's impressed, what will you think? Only one way to find out.
  • To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Jeff Buckley's breakout “Grace” album, fellow rocker and bluesman, Gary Lucas, pays tribute to his late friend and collaborator by performing all their lost songs and many others.
  • Go where no audience has gone before with Sound Tribe Sector 9 and their very own style of trippy, often improvised, dub-influenced electro. Inspired by the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 spaceflight, each of their shows is customized to explore their vast catalog.
  • In one of 2019's most anticipated projects, guitarist and producer, Adrian Quesada, and vocalist, Eric Burton, team up on the self-titled debut album for their new indie-soul outfit, Black Pumas.
  • Ambar Lucid is emerging from New Jersey as a songwriting savant. The bilingual 18-year-old has a stunning voice that floats over delicate guitar strumming.
  • The 20-year-old Chicago rapper continues to gain ground with her fiery and empowering lyrics. Expect an exuberant crowd when she hits the NY stage.
  • From bass clarinet to banjo, Cosmo Sheldrake's multi-instrumentalism, field recordings, and natural soundscapes provide essential listening for anyone interested in hearing truly unique new sounds.
  • RL Grime has cemented his fan base throughout the years after his trappy, bass-heavy remixes of Chief Keef and Kanye West went viral.
  • Sisters Lily & Madeleine use impressive harmonies and a slew of styles when producing their infectious folk pop. Match that with their thoughtful lyrics calling out injustices and double standards, and you have a powerhouse duo that's shaking up the industry.
  • Xiu Xiu's experimental rock leaves no emotional and personal experience unturned. Join the San Jose natives and dance away any unwanted feelings.