• Spring Break Concerts 2017: 15+ Cities Featuring Tour Stops

    Mar 6, 2017 8:40 AM by Amy

    Spring Break Concerts 2017

    The start of spring break 2017 is just weeks away, and for music fans, that means a wealth of concerts to choose from in cities across North America.

    Whether you’ll be frequenting popular spring break destinations like Miami or Las Vegas, sticking around campus, or simply heading home, chances are you won’t be far from a major concert event.

    With many different tours currently in full swing, shows from a wide variety of genres are on the horizon.

    Among those set to visit a spring break city in 2017 are the likes of Ariana Grande, Blake Shelton, Bon Jovi, Dierks Bentley, Eric Church, Game of Thrones Live in Concert, Green Day, Kings of Leon, Luke Bryan, Panic at the Disco, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Lumineers, Twenty One Pilots, and Wilco.

    Though technically not a tour, the annual Houston Rodeo is set to take place March 7-26, and will welcome to NRG Stadium concerts from Alicia Keys, Blink 182, Brad Paisley, Chris Stapleton, Dierks Bentley, Fifth Harmony, Florida Georgia Line, Luke Bryan, Demi Lovato, Sam Hunt, The Chainsmokers, Zac Brown Band, and more.

    Similarly, Las Vegas concert residencies will be available for spring breakers interested in checking out the Backstreet Boys at Planet Hollywood, or Bruno Mars at the Park Theater Monte Carlo.

    Meanwhile, on the music festival front, Miami’s Ultra Music Festival will return to Bayfront Park March 24-26 boasting a lineup that includes Major Lazer, Afrojack, Alesso, Above and Beyond, Tiesto, Steve Aoki, and many more.

    Check out the rest of our top spring break concert picks below for shows taking place between Feb. 25 and March 26. You also can head to our main concert tickets page to view the full selection available in the marketplace.


    Top Spring Break Concerts 2017

    Atlantic City: Florida Georgia Line (3/17)

    Boston: Ariana Grande (3/3), Game of Thrones Live (3/6)

    Brooklyn: Green Day (3/15)

    Chicago: Kings of Leon (3/8), Ariana Grande (3/14), Bon Jovi (3/26)

    Denver: Red Hot Chili Peppers (3/2), Bon Jovi (3/14), Panic at the Disco (3/17), Game of Thrones Live (3/19)

    Houston: Green Day (3/5), Houston Rodeo (3/7-3/26), Game of Thrones Live (3/17)

    Las Vegas: Bon Jovi (2/25), Dierks Bentley with Cole Swindell (3/3-3/4), Bruno Mars (3/11-3/12), Panic at the Disco (3/24), Game of Thrones Live (3/25), Backstreet Boys Residency (multiple dates)

    Los Angeles: Red Hot Chili Peppers (3/7-3/8, 3/10)

    Miami: Ultra Music Festival (3/24-3/26)

    New Orleans: Twenty One Pilots (3/2), The Lumineers (3/3)

    New York City: Luke Bryan (3/1), Panic at the Disco (3/2), Game of Thrones Live (3/7), Wilco (3/18)

    Phoenix: Green Day (3/1), Bon Jovi (3/4), Game of Thrones Live (3/26)

    Portland: Red Hot Chili Peppers (3/15), Eric Church (3/16), Panic at the Disco (3/22)

    San Diego: Red Hot Chili Peppers (3/5), Bon Jovi (3/5), Blake Shelton (3/11), Panic at the Disco (3/26)

    Seattle: Red Hot Chili Peppers (3/17), Panic at the Disco (3/21), Ariana Grande (3/23)

    Toronto: Eric Church (3/2), Ariana Grande (3/5)