Here Come the Concerts


Isaiah Mckay

One thing most people enjoy is a GREAT concert. Webster’s Dictionary defines a concert as a “public performance”, but in reality a concert is so much more than that. It’s not only the artist that’s performing, but the entire experience. This includes your seats, whom you sit with, how much noise you make, the different musical arrangements, and of course the souvenirs. If you have not been to a concert, you NEED to go. Here are some upcoming concert dates!

    Chief Keef (Uptown Theater) – August 31st

Rapper, Chief Keef was well-known before his mixtapes and videos led to a contract with Interscope Records.

     Drake (1407 Grand Blvd.) – October 6th

Known originally for his role as Jimmy Brooks on the hit TV show Degrassi: Canadian native, stepped out s a rapper in 2006, releasing many mixtapes.

     J. Cole (Midland By AMC) – October 13th

Rapper/Producer, J. Cole was first signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation label.

     Sara Bareilles (Uptown Theater) – October 15th

A very talented songwriter/pianist burst into the pop scene with such a natural and soulful voice.

     Josh Groban (Sprint Center) – October 16th

Pop & Classical singer, Josh Groban made his debut in 2001. He had been performing since the eighth grade.

     Passion Pit (Midland By AMC) – October 29th

The Massachusetts-based. Passion Pit began as a one-man project of singer/songwriter, Michael Angelakos. It later evolved into much more.

     Tech N9ne (Midland By AMC) – October 30th

Underground rapper, Tech N9ne specialized in hardecorde rap and debuted in the late ’90s.