Counting Crows and +Live+ will play PNC Music Pavilion Charlotte on August 5. Tickets for the tour will go on sale to the general public in select cities starting Friday, April 6 at 10am local time.
After more than two decades and 20 million albums sold globally, Counting Crows will celebrate 25 years of making music by hitting the road for a worldwide “25 YEARS AND COUNTING” tour, starting with a 40+ city trek across North America this summer.
Two of rock’s most notable live bands, 311 and The Offspring, announced they are teaming up for the Never-Ending Summer Tour, a fun-filled summer amphitheater outing with special guests Gym Class Heroes. The tour will also make stops at select regional events throughout the summer including PNC Music Pavilion Charlotte on .
Gov’t Mule have announced their Summer Tour 2018 with special guest The Magpie Salute, kicking off August 17th at Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre.
Paul Rodgers and Jeff Beck are teaming up for a tour and making a stop in NC at the PNC Music Pavilion on August 19.
The Rock & Roll Express Tour with 3 Doors Down and Collective Soul will play White Oak Amphitheatre Greensboro on August 22.
With more than 30 million albums sold, 18 million digital single sales, billions of streams and 12 iconic hits combined, 3 Doors Down and Collective Soul are inviting fans aboard The Rock & Roll Express Tour this summer with special guest Soul Asylum on select dates.
Legends will collide late this summer when Deep Purple and Judas Priest embark on a co-headlining North American tour. Produced by Live Nation, the outing will visit 25 cities across the U.S. and Canada including Charlotte, NC at PNC Music Pavilion on September 11.
BILLY JOEL'S FIRST STADIUM CONCERT EVER IN NORTH CAROLINA
Legendary musician Billy Joel will return to North Carolina to perform at BB&T Field at Wake Forest University on Saturday, October 13, 2018. This performance will be Billy Joel's first stadium concert in North Carolina and only Carolina concert in 2018.
When you’re part of a musical dynasty, it’s only natural that the personal and professional aspects of your life should intersect. It was no different for Devon Allman, whose late father Gregg Allman helped helm one of the most important and influential American bands of the past 50 years. It’s also little wonder that the younger Allman, an accomplished singer, songwriter and guitarist in his own right, should feel the tug of family responsibility and the desire to honor his father’s fabled legacy.
Transforming pain and injustice into love and compassion is a rendering that has been universal to poets and prophets for centuries. In present times, choosing to amplify community and positivity through art can seem like a radical act. With the arrival of People Are My Drug, Phil Cook is taking the spark from lights left on by musical heroes and offering a torch for listeners as they navigate their own dark corners. Where 2015’s Southland Mission illuminated for listeners what Phil Cook hears in his head, this latest record lays bare the way that music makes him feel. Side A alone, culminating with the shiver-inducing “Another Mother’s Son,” has the capacity to light a fire in even the coldest of hearts.
Elton John will be at the PNC Arena in Raleigh on March 12, 2019.
Tickets go on sale Friday, February 16.