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Raleigh, North Carolina – This summer, indoor dining is back. Rush hour traffic is back. Concerts across the Triangle too! It’s been over a year since we’ve seen large-scale musical performances, but that is about to change.
If you’re a music lover – or just want to have fun after being indoors all year round – you’ll want to know about these upcoming events at the Triangle.
Coastal Credit Union Music Park
- July 23: The Dave Matthews Group is coming to Raleigh this summer. Tickets range from $ 45 to $ 1,500 each.
- July 24: country music star Luke Bryan is performing his “Proud to Be Right Here 2021” tour in Raleigh. Tickets cost between $ 41 and $ 285.
- August 8: Rock band Kings of Leon playing in Raleigh this summer. Tickets are as cheap as $ 36 and as expensive as $ 100.
- August 13: Chris Stapleton brings its All-American roadshow to the Triangle. Tickets are sold out.
- August 27: Country music singer Brad Paisley will be performing in Raleigh. Tickets are as cheap as $ 30.
- August 28: TO KISS performs their “End of the Road World Tour” in Raleigh. Tickets cost between $ 40 and $ 1,800.
- August 2: The English rock band Press arrives in Durham. The band was popular in the late 1970s and 1980s. Tickets are on sale now, for around $ 40 apiece.
- August 11: Styx, an American rock band popular in the 70s and 80s, is visiting Durham. Tickets cost almost $ 50 each, plus additional fees.
Koka Booth Amphitheater
August 24: Actor and musician Harry Connick Jr. and his group, Time to Play, arrive at the Triangle. His tour features songs from his entire career. Tickets range from $ 90 to $ 130, depending on where you sit.
- August 18: Michel BublÃ© brings his “An Evening with Michael BublÃ©” tour to the Triangle. Tickets cost $ 65.
Red Hat Amphitheater
- July 16: country star Jamey johnson will be visiting Raleigh. Johnson doesn’t create a set list in advance, so no two shows are the same. Tickets range from $ 96 to $ 200.
- July 21: Rock-blues artist Nathaniel Rateliff and the night sweats will be performing in Raleigh this summer. Tickets range from $ 35 to $ 45.
- July 29: Lindsey Stirlingaward-winning violinist and dancer stops in Raleigh. His shows are full of choreography, costumes and a light show. Tickets cost between $ 29 and $ 270.
- August 7: DJ duo LOUIS THE CHILD will perform in Raleigh, with special guests Jai Wolf and Evan Giia. Tickets cost $ 35-46 each.
- August 17: southern rock group Blackberry smoke will perform with The Allman Betts Band on their “Spirit of the South” tour. Tickets are nearly sold out and cost $ 128 to $ 200.