10 Upcoming New York Concerts You Can’t Miss

New York, New York, New York! Known as the Empire State, New York is gearing up for a fun-filled summer. Some of our favorite artists are touring New York locations.

Although there are too many shows in the area to count, the American songwriter has narrowed it down to 10 spectacular concerts that will land in the great state of New York. If you’re visiting the Big Apple or calling it home, check out these 10 upcoming shows in New York City you won’t want to miss.

– Brooklyn’s King’s Theater
Brooklyn, New York

Morris Day isn’t letting the simple fact that he can no longer legally use his “Morris Day and The Time” name slow him down. The 64-year-old entertainer will travel to Brooklyn, NY on April 1 and perform his show at the Kings Theater. Featuring hits like ‘Jungle Love’, ‘Jerk Out’ and ‘The Bird’ and backed by The Time, the show is sure to keep the crowd up all night.

Get tickets HERE.

– Irving Square
New York, NY

– Irving Square
New York, NY

In support of their self-titled fourth studio album, Heaven is Everywhere, Johnnyswim, the acclaimed husband and wife songwriter duo of Amanda Sudano-Ramirez and Abner Ramirez are heading to New York for a two-night run at the Irving Plaza.

Get tickets HERE.

JUNE 7 – Beak and Skiff Apple Orchards
Lafayette, NY

JUNE 8 – Central Park Summerstage
New York, NY

Rock Band Modest Mouse Heads to NYC Area to Support Their 2021 LP The Golden Coffin. Taking advantage of the summer weather, the band will perform the songs “We Are Between” and “The Sun Hasn’t Left” at Central Park Summerstage, New York City’s outdoor venue, and Beak and Skiff Apple Orchards.

Get tickets HERE.

Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater
Wantagh, New York

JUNE 11 – Saratoga Springs Center for the Performing Arts
Saratoga Springs, New York

July 8 – Bethel Woods Center for the Arts,
Bethel, NY

Train will be heading to the Empire State in June for their Save Me San Francisco Wine Co Presents: Train – AM Gold Tour with a promise to return in July. And they won’t be alone. The group brings Jewel and Blues Traveler with them. Their first stops will be in Wantagh and Saratoga Springs, before heading to Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in July.

Get tickets HERE.

JUNE 11 – Citi Field
Flushing, NY
Saturday Governors Ball

Halsey’s Love and Power Tour will head to Citi Field in June in support of her 2021 album If I can’t have love, I want power. The “Without Me” singer will be part of the Governor’s Ball, making it a point of honor that her shows only take place in outdoor venues. Instead of the fact that Covid is still a problem, we thank her.

Get tickets HERE.

JUNE 15 – Webster Room
New York, New York

As she wraps up her popular TV series, It’s us, Mandy Moore gets back to her music and heads to New York. Her recently announced In Real Life Tour, named after her upcoming 7th studio album, will land Moore at Webster Hall in New York City.

JUNE 18 – The roof of Pier 17
New York, New York

Ben Rector brings joy to Empire City as his The Joy Of Music: Live Tour hits the rooftop of Pier 17 on June 18. Rector will be joined by special guests JP Saxe, Jake Scott, Jordy Searcy and Stephen Day throughout the tour.

“I think this album is my best work and I’m so excited to perform it live,” Rector said.

Get tickets HERE.

– Northwell Health at the Jones Beach Theater
Wantagh, New York

AUGUST 10 TO 13 – The Capitol Theater
Port Chester, New York

Steely Dan has just added 3 new dates in the New York area as part of their 2022 summer tour. Originally scheduled to hit Jones Beach on June 29, the rock band, fronted by Donald Fagan, will return to New York at the Capitol Theater for a 3-night tour. Don’t expect to see Aimee Mann on tour with the band, she recently kicked off the tour.

Get tickets HERE.

-Madison Square Garden
New York, NY

-Madison Square Garden
New York, NY

-Madison Square Garden
New York, NY

-Madison Square Garden
New York, NY

-Madison Square Garden
New York, NY

August in New York just got a little hotter as Rage Against the Machine hits town for a 5-night run at Madison Square Garden as part of their public service announcement tour. It’s been 10 years since the rap/metal band last performed live, so MSG is sure to be having a good time. Joining the group will be Run the Jewels as a support act.

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October 22 – UBS Arena
Elmont, NY

Keith Urban takes his Speed ​​of Now Tour to the home of the New York Islanders at UBS Arena in Elmont, NY. Joining Urban in New York will be singer Ingrid Andress as a supporting act.

“I’ve always thought of myself as a performing artist,” says Urban. “It’s what I’ve always done and it’s what my music needs to live and breathe. Our shows are about living in the moment.

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Mandy Moore photo by Jenna Jones

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