From pop superstars to soul artists and rap legends, the Queen City will lots of concerts happen this year. Here’s who and what to expect:
Kem, Ledisi, and Musiq Soulchild – Apr. 22 at Bojangles Coliseum
Concertgoers are in for a night of soul and r&b with these three singers. Tickets are available now for $72.
Jill Scott – May 9 at Belk Theater
The “Living My Life Like it’s Golden” singer will perform a special night of her hits at Belk Theater. Tickets are currently sold out, but resale tickets may be available.
Janet Jackson – May 12 at PNC Music Pavilion
“Ms. Jackson” will be live in Charlotte in May for her Together Again tour. Rapper Ludacris is also slated to perform, according to Live Nation. Tickets are on sale now from $39.95 for lawn seats to nearly $800 for front-row seats at the show.
Alicia Keys – July 2 at Spectrum Center
Alicia Keys’ Keys to the Summer tour will come to Charlotte in July. Tickets are on sale now starting at $39.
Erykah Badu – July 16 at Spectrum Center
The “Tyrone” singer’s show will also feature Yasin Bey — formerly known as rapper Mos Def. Tickets start at $235 and go up to beyond $345 for prime seating.
Beyonce – Aug. 9 at Bank of America Stadium
Beyonce’s highly anticipated Renaissance World Tour will stop in Charlotte in August. Some packages are high as $3500 for this show.
Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa, Too $hort – Aug. 8 at PNC Music Pavilion
Guests can expect a show packed with a few legendary hip hop artists, including Warren G and others to be announced, according to Live Nation. Lawn tickets start at $35.
Lil Baby – Sept. 12 at PNC Music Pavilion
Rapper Lil Baby and others — including Glorilla — are slated put on a show in Charlotte later this year. Ticketmaster has tickets starting at $49, according to Live Nation.
42 Dugg – TBA at The Fillmore
42 Dugg’s show was postponed from its original date in 2022.Though the show will be at The Fillmore, but dates have not been announced.