Singing your heart out: Upcoming concerts


A crowd of people at a concert (Syracuse).

Every year comes more live music in parks and venues. Cincinnati holds many concerts each year from different artists. This year, there is a large variety of artists coming to Cincinnati.

On March 23, Country singer and Voice judge, Blake Shelton, is coming to Cincinnati. He is coming for the ‘Back To The Honky Tonk Tour’ this year at the Heritage Bank Center.

Lewis Capaldi is coming to the Andrew J Brady Music Center on April 7. He is on tour in America and is going to Cincinnati shortly.

Ex-boyband member Louis Tomlinson is coming to Cincinnati on June 3. Tomlinson is coming to the ICON Festival Stage at Smale Park for his ‘Faith in the Future’ tour. He will start his North America tour in May.

The Andrew J Brady Music Center is giving the Pixies the stage on June 14. The band formed in 1986 and took a break in 1993 to reform in 2004. They will now start up their North America headline tour on May 4.

On June 23, Noah Kahan is performing at the ICON Festival Stage in Cincinnati. ‘The Stick Season Tour’ started on January 27. Tickets are for sale on Ticketmaster and SeatGeek.

‘The Eras Tour’ is coming to Cincinnati on June 30 and July 1. This is Taylor Swift’s first tour since her ‘Reputation Stadium Tour.’  

Boyband Big Time Rush is performing at Riverbend Music Center on July 23 for their ‘Can’t Get Enough Tour.’ The band came back together after a long break and just came out with a few new songs.

‘The Big Night Tour’ is coming to life at PNC Pavillion by the Goo Goo Dolls. The band is coming on August 18 to Cincinnati for their massive summer tour. Tickets are being sold on Ticketmaster.

Lady A is coming to Cincinnati on September 9. They are doing a post-game show at Reds stadium, Great American Ballpark. 

Many other bands and artists are coming to local areas this year, but these are some of the big ones. Many of these tickets can be found on TicketMaster and SeatGeek for a range of prices.