Summertime in Florida can sometimes get a bad rap, as the heat and humidity that make it a prized destination throughout the rest of the year are decidedly more pronounced during the proverbial dog days. This year, however, the Sunshine State is hosting a number of hot-ticket concerts–so hot they’ll make the weather seem cool by comparison. Here’s the rundown.
May 18 & 19, Sunrise
The “SexyBack” singer–and toast of Super Bowl LII–will show off all his signature moves at the BB&T Center to kick off the season.
May 23, West Palm
Just before Memorial Day weekend, the Coral Sky Amphitheater will welcome TDE: The Championship Tour, featuring Lamar, Schoolboy Q, Jay Rock, and many more.
May 24, West Palm
Crossover fans of rap and country will want to stick around the Coral Sky for one more night. This prolific megastar is known for putting on a great show, particularly in warmer climates.
June 1, Sunrise
Speaking of crossovers and megastars, the legendary Twain is back in the saddle, bringing her Now Tour to the BB&T Center.
July 14, Miami
The American Airlines arena will proudly welcome this British pop crooner, touring behind his new album, “The Thrill of it All.”
Peter Frampton and Steve Miller
July 21, Hollywood
These two classic rockers will be taking fans back to the days of old at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
July 24, Miami
The 90’s era band will visit the American Airlines Arena, minus drummer Jimmy Chamberlin, who left the band in February 2018. Find out how Billy Corgan and the rest of the crew are soldiering on without him.
Rod Stewart and Cyndi Lauper
July 24, Hollywood
Late July is shaping up to be a great time for boomers, especially at the Seminole Hard Rock, where these stalwarts will get together to present an evening of their best-known hits.
July 31, Miami
20 years after her solo album, the indefatigable Ms. Hill will strut her stuff at the Bayfront Park Amphitheatre.
For a complete list of the bands that will be visiting South Florida this winter, check out this website.