5 Best Fall Concerts in Detroit
There is nothing like spending a fall night listening to your favorite musician or band play live. There are always concerts going on in the Detroit area with performers from all genres hitting the stage. Whether you like to see big names up on stage with a huge crowd or something more intimate, you can get the concert experience you want. Here are some of the best concerts coming to Detroit this fall.
Country music fans will love Jason Aldean’s Ride All Night Tour. He will perform along with Carly Pearce and Kane Brown on September 28 and 29 at the DE Energy Music Center. Aldean will perform songs from his new Rearview Town album which hit number one on three different charts. Sing along to his hits, including “You Make It Easy.” The show gets started at 7:30 on both nights, and you can get tickets on the Detroit Theater website.
Post Malone appeals to both the pop and the hip hop crowd. He rose to fame in 2015 when he dropped basketball references that had an old school sound but with modern beats, and is now one of the most talked-about hip hop artists on the charts. You can catch him at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit on Sunday, September 29. The show starts at 8 p.m., and you can get tickets on the Detroit Theater website.
Get your tickets for The Chainsmokers at Little Caesars Arena on Thursday, October 3. The World War Joy Tour will make an appearance in Detroit at Little Caesars and feature guests 5 Seconds of Summer and Lennon Stella. The Chainsmokers latest single “Who Do You Love” features 5 Seconds of Summer and rose to number 1 on iTunes soon after its release. If you want a VIP package for the show, you can visit VIPNation.com for more information. The VIP package includes premium seating, a Q&A with Alex and Drew, and special merchandise.
Mary Chapin Carpenter and Shawn Colvin
Mary Chapin Carpenter and Shawn Colvin are once again teaming up and hitting the road for a tour that showcases their acoustic talents. You can see them on October 15 at the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor where they will perform a set that includes songs and stories from their long careers. The tour will highlight their hits and includes fan favorites including a newly recorded version of Colvin’s “Steady On” and Carpenter’s newest release, “Sometimes Just the Sky.”
Don’t miss Luke Bryan at Ford Field on October 25. Tickets are on sale now on the Ford Field website, and you can even rent a suite for the event if you want to make it an even better night out. The Sunset Repeat Tour includes special guests Cole Swindell and Jon Langston
Get your tickets for these fall concerts coming to the Detroit area. You can see your favorite band, or even check out a new genre of music.