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Our Best Deals on Cheap Concert Tickets (Summer 2018)

BY: Editors | Feb 21, 2019

If you really want to experience music the way it was meant to be experienced, you've gotta attend a live show, where you can hear the sonic intricacies of a band's sound, witness one-of-a-kind guitar solos, and purchase sweet merch.

Unfortunately, these shows can be expensive, making you wonder where to get cheap concert tickets. Thankfully, we offer cheap concert tickets online, spanning a range of genres, from rock to pop, and R&B to country. To see what's available, click on the city nearest you:

NYC


See all NYC concert deals here.

Shania Twain

July 14 | Get tickets here

Before Taylor Swift, the world's biggest country-turned-pop star was Shania Twain. Almost 20 years removed from megahits "That Don't Impress Me Much" and "Man! I Feel Like a Woman," Shania returns to North America's biggest venues to promote her new album, Now.

The Wallflowers

August 22 | Get tickets here

Helmed by singer-songwriter Jakob Dylan, The Wallflowers claim one of the 90s most-played rock tunes, "One Headlight," and six albums worth of soulful roots rock.

Rick Springfield

September 13 | Get tickets here

In 1981, Australian singer-songwriter Rick Springfield released "Jessie's Girl," which would become one of the most iconic songs of the entire decade. And he's not done yet–he appears here supporting a new album, The Snake King.

Michael McDonald

September 23 | Get tickets here

One of music history's greatest freelancers, Michael McDonald started his professional career first as a member of Steely Dan, then with the Doobie Brothers. Since then, just about everyone has wanted to collaborate with him, including Van Halen, indie rockers Grizzly Bear, and soul queen Aretha Franklin.

Skid Row

November 10 | Get tickets here

In the final years of heavy metal's glory days, Skid Row was king, starting with their 1989 self-titled album, with hits "I Remember You" and "18 and Life."

Los Angeles


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Straight No Chaser

July 8 | Get tickets here

It's possible you've seen Straight No Chaser without even knowing. The Indiana University acapella group became a YouTube sensation when their rendition of "12 Days of Christmas" went viral–now at more than 20 million views.

Shania Twain

August 3 | Get tickets here

Before Taylor Swift, the world's biggest country-turned-pop star was Shania Twain. Almost 20 years removed from megahits "That Don't Impress Me Much" and "Man! I Feel Like a Woman," Shania returns to North America's biggest venues to promote her new album, Now.

The Isley Brothers

September 21 | Get tickets here

Legendary soul duo, best known for "Who's That Lady" and "This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak for You)," plus for writing a little tune called "Shout."

Chicago


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Jimmy Buffett

July 13 | Get tickets here

Few artists are big enough to play Wrigley Field, but Jimmy Buffett (who has hordes of "Parrotheads" to support him) surely fits the bill. Expect to hear "Margaritaville," "Cheeseburger in Paradise," and more laid-back classics.

The Diplomats (aka Dipset)

July 28 | Get tickets here

They may only have two studio albums, but The Diplomats' influence feels much deeper. This collection of hip-hop artists currently includes Cam'ron, Jim Jones, Freekey Zekey, and Juelz Santana.

OneRepublic

August 11 | Get tickets here

One of America's most successful pop-rock acts in the last decade, OneRepublic burst into the Billboard Top 100 charts in 2007 with "Apologize" and "Stop and Stare."

Brian Wilson

November 30 | Get tickets here

The musical genius behind The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson has expressed the harmonious melodies floating around his head for more than 50 years. For this show, he'll perform some of the Beach Boys' classic Christmas tunes, aided by Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin.

Houston


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Boy George & Culture Club, Plus the B-52s

July 15 | Find tickets here

"Do you really want to hurt me?" asked Boy George, the colorfully dressed singer of Culture Club, back in 1982. He'll probably ask it again at this show, which includes dancey new-wavers the B-52's and the Thompson Twins' Tom Bailey.

Alice Cooper

October 14 | Find tickets here

A shock-rock icon, Alice Cooper turned 70 in 2018. But the dude can still rock with the best of them–his newest album, Paranormal, hit #1 on the Billboard US Top Hard Rock chart.

Dallas


See all Dallas concert deals here.

The Diplomats (aka Dipset)

July 7 | Find tickets here

They may only have two studio albums, The Diplomats' influence feels much deeper. This collection of hip-hop artists currently includes Cam'ron, Jim Jones, Freekey Zekey, and Juelz Santana.

Boy George & Culture Club, Plus the B-52's

July 11 | Find tickets here

"Do you really want to hurt me?" asked Boy George, the colorfully dressed singer of Culture Club, back in 1982. He'll probably ask it again at this show, which includes dancey new-wavers the B-52's and the Thompson Twins' Tom Bailey.

Michael McDonald

July 22 | Find tickets here

One of music history's greatest freelancers, Michael McDonald started his professional career first as a member of Steely Dan, then with the Doobie Brothers. Since then, just about everyone has wanted to collaborate with him, including Van Halen, indie rockers Grizzly Bear, and soul queen Aretha Franklin.

Dave Koz and Friends

August 4 | Find tickets here

"Dave Koz? Never heard of him." We're guessing that's what you're thinking. But you've likely heard Dave Koz's work–the smooth-jazz saxophonist has performed with Ray Charles, Celine Dion, U2, Rod Stewart, Stevie Wonder, and more, plus was an occasional sit-in saxophonist on The Arsenio Hall Show.

Washington, DC


See all Washington, DC concert deals here.

Shania Twain

July 15 | Get tickets here

Before Taylor Swift, the world's biggest country-turned-pop star was Shania Twain. Almost 20 years removed from megahits "That Don't Impress Me Much" and "Man! I Feel Like a Woman," Shania returns to North America's biggest venues to promote her new album, Now.

Philadelphia


See all Philadelphia concert deals here.

Country in the Park w/ Brett Young and More

July 8 | Get tickets here

Halfway between Philly and NYC in the town of West Windsor, NJ, the Country in the Park show will feature up-and-coming country-pop singer Brett Young, known for smash hits "Like I Loved You" and "In Case You Didn't Know."

Lost 80s Live! w/ A Flock of Seagulls & Wang Chung

September 29 | Get tickets here

If you still remember 80s music fondly, you might recognize every song played at Lost 80s Live! Headlined by A Flock of Seagulls of "I Ran" fame, the show will also feature Wang Chung, Naked Eyes, Bow Wow Wow, and more.

Miami


See all Miami concert deals here.

Boy George & Culture Club, Plus the B-52s

July 1 | Find tickets here

"Do you really want to hurt me?" asked Boy George, the colorfully dressed singer of Culture Club, back in 1982. He'll probably ask it again at this show, which includes dancey new-wavers the B-52's and the Thompson Twins' Tom Bailey.

I Love The 90's ft. Vanilla Ice, Montell Jordan & More

August 11 | Get tickets here

Did you grow up in the 90s? Then you'll recognize nearly every star that takes the stage during the I Love the 90's concert, headlined by Vanilla Ice (whose most-famous song we don't even need to name). Also featuring Montell Jordan, Coolio, Kid 'N Play, and more.

Atlanta


See all Atlanta concert deals here.

Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons

September 29 | Get tickets here

Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons were so influential to pop music that they made an entire Broadway musical about them. But why see Jersey Boys when you can see the real thing? Expect to hear " Big Girls Don't Cry," "December 1963 (Oh, What A Night)," and "Working My Way Back to You."

Danny Gokey

October 5 | Get tickets here

Best known for his run on the 8th season of American Idol, Danny Gokey has parlayed his success on TV into a career as a contemporary Christian artist. His latest album, Rise, includes a duet with Jordin Sparks.

Boston


See all Boston concert deals here.

SoulFest 2018 ft. Skillet, TobyMac & More

August 1-4 | Get tickets here

For four days in August, New Hampshire's Gunstock Mountain Resort will be the epicenter for great Christian music. This year's SoulFest is headlined by Christian metal-heads Skillet and TobyMac, the former rapper of DC Talk.

San Francisco


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The Isley Brothers w/ The Commodores

July 21 | Get tickets here

Legendary soul duo, best known for "Who's That Lady" and "This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak for You)," plus for writing a little tune called "Shout." Opening are funk legends (and Lionel Richie's old band) The Commodores.

Phoenix


See all Phoenix concert deals here.

Shania Twain

July 30 | Get tickets here

Before Taylor Swift, the world's biggest country-turned-pop star was Shania Twain. Almost 20 years removed from megahits "That Don't Impress Me Much" and "Man! I Feel Like a Woman," Shania returns to North America's biggest venues to promote her new album, Now.

Danny Gokey

October 13 | Get tickets here

Best known for his run on the 8th season of American Idol, Danny Gokey has parlayed his success on TV into a career as a contemporary Christian artist. His latest album, Rise, includes a duet with Jordin Sparks.

Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons

January 20, 2019 | Get tickets here

Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons were so influential to pop music that they made an entire Broadway musical about them. But why see Jersey Boys when you can see the real thing? Expect to hear " Big Girls Don't Cry," "December 1963 (Oh, What A Night)," and "Working My Way Back to You."

Detroit


See all Detroit concert deals here.

The Roots and Common

July 27 | Get tickets here

Millions watch The Roots every week night as the house band for The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, but they were an acclaimed hip-hop group even before their stint on TV. The Roots are joined by Academy Award-winning rapper and poet Common.

Lost 80s Live! w/ A Flock of Seagulls & Wang Chung

July 28 | Get tickets here

If you still remember 80s music fondly, you might recognize every song played at Lost 80s Live! Headlined by A Flock of Seagulls of "I Ran" fame, the show will also feature Wang Chung, Naked Eyes, The Romantics, and more.

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