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Best Concerts Oct 1 - 31

Sabrina Carpenter at PNC Arena

Sabrina Carpenter

Singer-songwriter Sabrina Carpenter is hitting the road once again in 2024 on the Short N Sweet tour! The tour comes during Carpenter's ruling of the Billboard charts (and everybody's playlists). Her tracks 'Espresso' and 'Please, Please, Please' have been two of the biggest pop hits of the year. There's no slowing her down as she quickly races to stardom, so make sure you catch her when she comes to town!

Vampire Weekend at Red Hat Amphitheater

Vampire Weekend

Breaking out with their timeless track 'A-Punk', the delectable indie four pieces are back out on tour in 2024, bringing with them the witty and honest songs, sartorial elegance and accessible style that makes them continually popular. Catch them on the road this year as they present their fifth album, 'Only God Was Above Us'.

Casting Crowns at PNC Arena

Casting Crowns

Casting Crowns is a Grammy Award and Dove Award-winning contemporary Christian rock band that was started in 1999 as part of a youth group, but the band's popularity has now extended far beyond the reaches of their hometown! Catch them live once more this year as they bring all their fantastic hits to you.

COIN at The Ritz

COIN

The city of Nashville, Tennessee is synonymous with the stomping stetson anthems of Country music's brightest lights, but indie rockers COIN are breaking the mold of their home city and producing bright-eyed, upbeat pop more commonly associated with the LA, NYC and London scenes. Catch COIN live on tour and on a stage near you!

Conan Gray at Red Hat Amphitheater

Conan Gray

Conan Gray embodies the classic story of those who were bullied at school now running the world. The 25-year-old went viral with his single 'Idle Town', a tribute to his hometown, and subsequently released his debut EP 'Sunset Season' late last year. The pop singer is the epitome of an internet star turned actual star, starting out making music on Garageband before hitting it big. Now, the young talent heads on an exciting world tour, titled 'Found Heaven', showcasing what Generation Z is made of.

Quinn XCII at Red Hat Amphitheater

Quinn XCII

Remember Quinn XCII's name as you're going to be hearing it a lot in 2024. After the release of his debut album, The Story Of Us, in 2017 the Detroit born sing-songwriter has been making musical waves and this year sees him hitting the road with his 2023 album, The People's Champ. This year, Quinn embarks on the 'All You Can Eat' tour.

Little Big Town at PNC Arena

Little Big Town

Making their mark in mainstream Country with their unique four-part vocal harmonies, Little Big Town combines their sumptuously layered vocal with the bluesy grit of traditional country and a contemporary big production sound, culminating in Fleetwood Mac-esque melodies and a hard rocking country aesthetic.

Lainey Wilson at Red Hat Amphitheater

Lainey Wilson

One of country music's newest stars, Lainey Wilson, embarks on her latest mammoth tour, Country's Cool Again tour! The breakout artist has won the solid acclaim of the country music world, named in 2021 as Billboard's "Top New Country Artist" and earning the award for "Breakout Artist of the Year" from CMT in 2022. Her latest album, "Bell Bottom Country", builds on the success of her first three, hitting the top-10 country charts in both the USA and the UK.

Violent Femmes at Red Hat Amphitheater

Violent Femmes

As well known for their infamous feuding as for their ground-breaking punk rock work, Violent Femmes have no trouble showing us why they are one of the best acts in punk as they set off on tour across America this year! They became the chosen soundtrack for angsty teens everywhere thanks to irascibly intelligent anthems like 'Blister In The Sun' and 'Kiss Off'. Don't miss these absolute icons of 90s rock!

Artemas at Lincoln Theatre

Artemas

Artemas is an English-Cypriot singer-songwriter who has been gaining popularity with his song 'I Like the Way You Kiss Me'. The track was released independently in March 2024 and is known for its darkwave and alternative pop style, characterized by moody 80s and pulsating synths. Artemas sites Nirvana as a primary influence, which can be seen in his dark moody atmospheres.

Men At Work at Raleigh Memorial Auditorium

Men At Work

They come from a land Down Under, and they're bringing the flowing beer, but hopefully not the men who chunder. Grammy Award-winners Men at Work are back and touring the United States this fall after a successful run in South America. The multi-platinum-selling Australians are set to revive the eighties on their countrywide tour, so join in the fun and dance the night away!

Batman in Concert at North Carolina Museum Of Art

Batman in Concert

The 1989 comic-book movie Batman is coming to you for one night and one night only! The well-adored Tim Burton classic has perhaps the most iconic musical scores of any Batman movie. Composed by Danny Elfman (in an airplane toilet no less), a long-time co-conspirator of Burton, the epic soundtrack lends itself perfectly to the dark dramatics of the world's greatest detective. Don't miss this one-of-a-kind performance!

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