Plan your calendar around these popular acts coming to the area.
Mastodon/Primus June 18
Def Leppard/Journey -- July 19
Warren G -- June 19
Oak Ridge Boys -- June 21
Jackson Browne - June 22
Imagine Dragons -- June 24
Nelly -- June 30
Matthew Sweet -- June 30
Toby Keith -- July 26
Neil Giraldo, Pat Benatar -- July 29
Frampton/Miller Aug. 2
Luke Bryan -- Aug. 2
ZZ Top -- Aug. 7
Weezer -- Aug. 17-18
Smashing Pumpkins -- Aug. 20
Kelly Clarkson -- Aug. 24
Jason Mraz Aug. 30
Metallica -- Sept. 6
Alan Jackson -- Sept. 21
Odesza -- Oct. 2
Fall Out Boy -- Oct. 4
Fleetwood Mac -- Oct. 12
Thomas Rhett -- Oct. 13
Justin Timberlake -- Dec. 8
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