Concert dollars are precious, so it's important to plan well and plan ahead. From Diana Ross to The Jonas Brothers here are the must-see concerts hitting Long Island and NYC soon.
The Who's surviving members, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend, have reunited for their "Moving On! Tour." The tour, which kicks off this spring, marks their first return to the States since completing their Las Vegas residency in 2017. Watch them at Madison Square Garden on May 13, and then at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh on Sept. 15.
JoJo Siwa a Nickelodeon superstar, YouTube personality, singer and dancer is bringing her "D.R.E.A.M Tour" to Manhattan's Beacon Theatre on June 18 and then to Uniondale's Nassau Coliseum on July 26.
New Kids On The Block
New Kids On The Block will be bringing their 2019 "Mixtape Tour" to Nassau Coliseum on June 30, 2019. Special guests include LI's Debbie Gibson, Salt-N-Pepa, Tiffany and Naughty by Nature.
Founding Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley, who's since branched out with a successful solo career, brings his "Spaceman" tour to The Paramount in Huntington on July 2.
Christian worship group Hillsong United, known for songs including "Ocean," will bring "The People Tour MMXIX" to Madison Square Garden on July 2. The tour celebrates the band's forthcoming album, "People," which is set to be released April 26.
R&B singer Khalid, who recently released his new album, "Free Spirit," and became the first R&B artist to claim the entire Top 5 of Billboard's Hot R&B Songs chart, will bring his "Free Spirit World Tour" to Madison Square Garden on July 31 and Aug. 1.
Earth, Wind & Fire
Well before "September," Earth, Wind & Fire will bring its signature blend of jazz, funk, rock, soul, disco and blues to Manhattan's Beacon Theatre on July 9.
Puerto Rican rapper Anuel AA is bringing his "Real Hasta La Muerte Tour" to the Nassau Coliseum on July 13.
Former member of The Commodores and '80s hitmaker Lionel Richie, whose hits "Hello" and "All Night Long" both peaked at No. 1 on the charts, will perform at Radio City Hall on July 17 and 18.
"New Light" and "Gravity" singer John Mayer, will be performing at Madison Square Garden on July 25 and 26.
Reggae pop band UB40, formed in England in the late '70s, will bring its "For The Many" tour to The Paramount in Huntington on Aug. 8.
Rock band Foghat will perform at The Paramount in Huntington on Aug. 9.
P!nk who planned to end her "Beautiful Trauma World Tour" at Madison Square Garden in May, has decided to extend her tour a few more days, which includes a stop at Uniondale's Nassau Coliseum on Aug. 16.
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Latin singer Marco Antonio Solís who hails from Mexico, is bringing his tour "La Historia Continua 2019," to Madison Square Garden on Aug. 17.
British singer, songwriter and guitarist, Mark Knopfler, will be performing at the Beacon Theatre on Aug. 20 and 21, 2019.
"Treat You Better" and "Stitches" singer Shawn Mendes will be bringing his "Shawn Mendes: The Tour" to the Barclays Center on Aug. 24, 2019.
The Jonas Brothers comeback will continue, as Joe, Kevin and Nick plot their first tour in a decade, the "Happiness Begins Tour," which stops at Madison Square Garden on Aug. 29.
Americana/folk singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile, who just won three Grammys in 2019, will be performing at Madison Square Garden on Sept. 14.
Country music singer Thomas Rhett is bringing his "Very Hot Summer Tour 2019" to Madison Square Garden on Sept. 20.
Carrie Underwood will stop at Manhattan's Madison Square Garden on Oct. 2, 2019 during her "Cry Pretty Tour 360" that starts in May 2019. The tour will celebrate her latest album "Cry Pretty."
Reggaeton singer Maluma, who hails from Colombia, is bringing his "11:11 World Tour" to Madison Square Garden on Oct. 4.
The Chainsmokers, known for the popular song "Closer," will bring its "World War Joy Tour" to Brooklyn's Barclays Center on Oct. 17.
Elton John's final tour, "Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour," will stop at the Nassau Coliseum on Nov. 16, 2019.
In 2020, Celine Dion who dominated the charts in the 90s with hits like "The Power of Love" and "It's All Coming Back to Me Now," will bring her "Courage World Tour" to New York. The first stop will be at Brooklyn's Barclays Center for two nights on Feb. 28 and 29. And then on March 3, she will stop at LI's Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale.
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