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Charlotte concerts you need to know about

CHARLOTTE — Hot acts are hitting the road and many are headed to the Queen City. To help local music fans, we’ve compiled a list of Charlotte venues where popular performers are making stops.

We’ve included a few festivals you may want to add to your calendar as well.

Unless otherwise noted, tickets for each show are on sale at the venue box office and online at Ticketmaster.com.

THE AMP BALLANTYNE

JJ Grey & Mofro – April 18

Address: 11115 Upper Ave.

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>> Click here to see who’s playing at PNC Music Pavilion and Skyla Credit Union Amphitheatre

BANK OF AMERICA STADIUM

Kenny Chesney with Zac Brown Band, Megan Moroney and Uncle Kracker – April 27

George Strait with Chris Stapleton and Little Big Town – June 1

Morgan Wallen with Bailey Zimmerman, Nate Smith and Bryan Martin – July 18-19

Address: 800 South Mint Street

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SPECTRUM CENTER

AJR – April 10

Bad Bunny – May 10

Heart – May 11

Aventura – May 15-16

Tim McGraw – May 17

NF – May 18

Aerosmith with the Black Crowes – Oct. 2 (rescheduled from Oct. 17, 2023)

Maxwell with Jazmine Sullivan and October London – Oct. 3

The Black Keys – Oct. 16

Usher – Oct. 22-23

Jelly Roll – Oct. 27

Chayanne – Nov. 7

Los Temerarios – Nov. 3

Iron Maiden – Nov. 13

Justin Timberlake – Nov. 14

Kacey Musgraves – Dec. 5

Address: 333 East Trade Street

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FESTIVALS

Moo and Brew Festival featuring The Revivalists, Hippo Campus, Flipturn, and others — April 12-14 at AvidXchange Music Factory. Link

High Water Music Festival featuring Noah Kaha, Fleet Foxes, Hozier, The Flaming Lips, Grace Potter and others — April 20-21 at Riverfront Park in North Charleston. Link

MerleFest featuring Old Crow Medicine Show, Turnpike Troubadours, The Teskey Brothers, Nickel Creek and others — April 25-28 at Wilkes Community College in Wilkesboro. Link

Lovin’ Life Music Fest featuring Post Malone, Stevie Nicks, Noah Kahan, the Avett Brothers and others — May 3-5 in First Ward Park in Uptown Charlotte. Link

Earl Scruggs Music Festival — Hosted by Jerry Douglas and featuring Tanya Tucker, Old Crow Medicine Show, Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives, Yonder Mountain String Band and others. Aug. 30 – Sept. 1 at Tryon International Equestrian Center & Resort in Mill Spring. Link

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