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Can’t-Miss Concerts in New York City This Month
Can’t-Miss Concerts in New York City This Month
Collection by 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
  • Head to Elsewhere (Zone One) to soak in the vibe, lyrics, and catchy hooks from this PDX-based group.
  • The swinging big band was founded by the legendary pianist in 1935 and carries on both his name and sound at the Birdland Jazz Club.
  • Be transported by electric zithers, harps, chimes, gongs, voices, and more in this immersive sound experience by a famous composer and a sound-healing musician.
  • Jade Lilitri of Long Beach, NY is Oso Oso, an emo solo project that delivers a stomping, catchy, and unifying live performance.
  • Based in Downtown Los Angeles, American DJ Mija is changing the game with some of the most diverse and experimental sounds of this era.
  • Join soul-funk artist Amp Fiddler for an experience that's unhindered from any formal structure, allowing performers and fans to explore the boundaries of improvisation in all of its raw beauty.
  • Celebrate Black art with performances from artists like Jill Scott, FKA twigs, Leon Bridges, and Santigold, plus dozens of DJs, panel conversations, local shopping, and a battle of the bands.
  • Lizzie No is turning heads in NYC. The singer, songwriter, harpist, and guitarist just released her sophomore record that features shimmering climaxes and surprising grooves.
  • He's the multi-talented musician, comedian, writer, and actor who you may know as the bandleader on CBS’s The Late Late Show with James Corden. Don't miss his gifted voice and musical imagination.
  • This iconic instrumental-rock band from Japan brings their explosive live performance to NYC with a one-night stint on Bleecker Street.
  • Head to Elsewhere (Zone One) to soak in the vibe, lyrics, and catchy hooks from this PDX-based group.
  • The swinging big band was founded by the legendary pianist in 1935 and carries on both his name and sound at the Birdland Jazz Club.
  • Be transported by electric zithers, harps, chimes, gongs, voices, and more in this immersive sound experience by a famous composer and a sound-healing musician.
  • Jade Lilitri of Long Beach, NY is Oso Oso, an emo solo project that delivers a stomping, catchy, and unifying live performance.
  • Based in Downtown Los Angeles, American DJ Mija is changing the game with some of the most diverse and experimental sounds of this era.
  • Join soul-funk artist Amp Fiddler for an experience that's unhindered from any formal structure, allowing performers and fans to explore the boundaries of improvisation in all of its raw beauty.
  • Celebrate Black art with performances from artists like Jill Scott, FKA twigs, Leon Bridges, and Santigold, plus dozens of DJs, panel conversations, local shopping, and a battle of the bands.
  • Lizzie No is turning heads in NYC. The singer, songwriter, harpist, and guitarist just released her sophomore record that features shimmering climaxes and surprising grooves.
  • He's the multi-talented musician, comedian, writer, and actor who you may know as the bandleader on CBS’s The Late Late Show with James Corden. Don't miss his gifted voice and musical imagination.
  • This iconic instrumental-rock band from Japan brings their explosive live performance to NYC with a one-night stint on Bleecker Street.
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
Collection by 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.
  • Head to Elsewhere (Zone One) to soak in the vibe, lyrics, and catchy hooks from this PDX-based group.
  • The swinging big band was founded by the legendary pianist in 1935 and carries on both his name and sound at the Birdland Jazz Club.
  • Be transported by electric zithers, harps, chimes, gongs, voices, and more in this immersive sound experience by a famous composer and a sound-healing musician.
  • Jade Lilitri of Long Beach, NY is Oso Oso, an emo solo project that delivers a stomping, catchy, and unifying live performance.
  • Based in Downtown Los Angeles, American DJ Mija is changing the game with some of the most diverse and experimental sounds of this era.
  • Join soul-funk artist Amp Fiddler for an experience that's unhindered from any formal structure, allowing performers and fans to explore the boundaries of improvisation in all of its raw beauty.
  • Celebrate Black art with performances from artists like Jill Scott, FKA twigs, Leon Bridges, and Santigold, plus dozens of DJs, panel conversations, local shopping, and a battle of the bands.
  • Lizzie No is turning heads in NYC. The singer, songwriter, harpist, and guitarist just released her sophomore record that features shimmering climaxes and surprising grooves.
  • He's the multi-talented musician, comedian, writer, and actor who you may know as the bandleader on CBS’s The Late Late Show with James Corden. Don't miss his gifted voice and musical imagination.
  • This iconic instrumental-rock band from Japan brings their explosive live performance to NYC with a one-night stint on Bleecker Street.
  • Head to Elsewhere (Zone One) to soak in the vibe, lyrics, and catchy hooks from this PDX-based group.
  • The swinging big band was founded by the legendary pianist in 1935 and carries on both his name and sound at the Birdland Jazz Club.
  • Be transported by electric zithers, harps, chimes, gongs, voices, and more in this immersive sound experience by a famous composer and a sound-healing musician.
  • Jade Lilitri of Long Beach, NY is Oso Oso, an emo solo project that delivers a stomping, catchy, and unifying live performance.
  • Based in Downtown Los Angeles, American DJ Mija is changing the game with some of the most diverse and experimental sounds of this era.
  • Join soul-funk artist Amp Fiddler for an experience that's unhindered from any formal structure, allowing performers and fans to explore the boundaries of improvisation in all of its raw beauty.
  • Celebrate Black art with performances from artists like Jill Scott, FKA twigs, Leon Bridges, and Santigold, plus dozens of DJs, panel conversations, local shopping, and a battle of the bands.
  • Lizzie No is turning heads in NYC. The singer, songwriter, harpist, and guitarist just released her sophomore record that features shimmering climaxes and surprising grooves.
  • He's the multi-talented musician, comedian, writer, and actor who you may know as the bandleader on CBS’s The Late Late Show with James Corden. Don't miss his gifted voice and musical imagination.
  • This iconic instrumental-rock band from Japan brings their explosive live performance to NYC with a one-night stint on Bleecker Street.