There’s nothing like seeing one of your favorite artists live on stage. Whether you like mainstream music and want to head to a large venue with thousands of other fans or you prefer a smaller, more intimate setting for a concert, there are lots of shows coming to Dallas. Check out these exciting concerts that will be performed in the area in 2019.
Pink: Beautiful Trauma World Tour
Pink always puts on a fantastic show, and her Beautiful Trauma World Tour is no different. You can see it at the American Airlines Center in Dallas on Sunday, March 24. This show gets off a strong start with “Get the Party Started” as the stage fills with dancers, circus performers and, of course, Pink, who is back to her acrobatics and stunt work. The set list includes not only her newer songs but also some classics for those who have loved Pink from the beginning.
KISS: End of the Road World Tour
If you want the chance to see KISS in concert, you’ll have to get tickets to the “End of the Road” farewell tour. The tour will run for three years, so there are some chances to see them, but they are taking this time to say goodbye to their fans. You can see the show at the American Airlines Center in Dallas on Feb. 20 at 7:30. There is an eight-ticket limit for the event, and prices range depending on the seats.
Fans of rap and hip-hop can see Young Dolph on Friday, Jan. 18, at Gas Monkey Live!, which you’ll find on Technology Boulevard East
in Dallas. The rapper recently dropped his new album, “Role Model,” and the tour features music from the album. Gas Monkey Live! is a venue with state-of-the-art technology located right off Northwest Highway and Loop 12. It’s one of the newer venues in Dallas but has managed to host some of the largest acts in music.
Dead & Company With John Mayer
You can catch Dead & Company With John Mayer at the Dos Equis Pavilion in Dallas on July 2. This stop is part of the Dead & Company Summer Tour 2019 with just 19 dates. The band includes Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann, and Mickey Hart along with Mayer, Jeff Chimenti, and Oteil Burbridge. The Dos Equis Pavilion is a great place to see a show in the summer with both reserved seating options and lawn seating.
Riverfront Jazz Festival
The Riverfront Jazz Festival will return to the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center in Dallas for its second year. From Friday, Aug. 31, to Sunday, Sept. 2, you can see some of the most iconic jazz performers in the business. This year’s lineup will include Kenny Latimore, Ryan Waters, and Julio Iglesias Jr., just to name a few. The event will also feature some up-and-coming musicians along with local artists.
These are just a few of the many concerts coming to Dallas in 2019. They will be playing at many different venues and featuring all genres of music.
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