Upcoming Concerts!

Planning on doing something fun over Spring break? With the school year coming to a pause, there is more time for leisure activities and exciting adventures. 

One of the best ways to create an unforgettable day is going to a concert. You get to figure out what to wear, what to eat, get merch, and most of all, see a great show! Here are some thrilling shows that will be coming to nearby areas in the upcoming weeks:

Michelle (March 17) – If you are craving some classic R&B music, you should go see K. Michelle in concert at Marathon Music Works. Ticket prices vary from $35-$75 and doors open at 8:30 pm. 

Yeat (March 18) – His unique and catchy rap songs have been a sensation on Tiktok and now he is coming to the Nashville Municipal Auditorium to perform for the first time. 

Gracie Abrams (March 21) – Watch the singer-songwriter perform her debut album “Good Riddance” at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium. Ticket prices range from $59-$100 and doors open at 8:00 pm. 

Darius Rucker (March 24) – If you’re looking for something exciting to do as Spring Break starts, then go see Darius Rucker at the Grand Ole Opry House. This country music experience will begin at 7:00 pm.

JID and Smino (March 29) – These skillful and laid back rappers have collaborated to go on the “Luv is 4ever Tour” and visit Marathon Music Works. The tickets vary from $75-$125 and doors open at 8:00 pm.

Kane Brown (March 31) – Born just in Whites Creek, Brown is returning home for his Nashville show on the last day of March at Bridgestone Arena. Tickets range from $65-$218 and doors open at 7:00 pm.

Maségo (April 11) – His smooth jazz music will be entrancing on stage at Marathon Music Works as a stop on his “You Never Visit Me Tour.” Prices vary from $37.50-$108 and doors open at 8:00 pm.

Live music is always a great experience and hopefully, there’s someone on this list you’re interested in seeing or maybe already have your tickets for. If so, have fun and make some amazing memories with your friends or family. 

If you haven’t gotten tickets yet, you may want to move fast. High demand concert tickets are selling for absurd prices right now and have left a lot of people disappointed. However, some of the smaller artists have much more reasonable prices. 

Either way, have fun and enjoy your time off school with some much needed excitement.