Bon Jovi, Beyonce & Bieber Take To New York Stage This Summer


From Beyonce to Bon Jovi, the Big Apple’s live music schedule this summer can boast a whole host of superstars from the worlds of rock, hip-hop, R&B and pop. Here’s a look at five major artists who have released New York concert tickets for dates over the next month.

Proving that rumours of his demise earlier this year were greatly exaggerated, Lil Wayne will head to Wantagh’s Nikon at Jones Beach Theater on July 19 during the second week of his 40-date America’s Most Wanted tour. Supported by T.I., 2 Chainz, Hit Boy and G-Eazy, the rap mogul will no doubt perform several tracks from his recent chart-topping album, I Am Not A Human Being II, alongside the likes of breakthrough hit “Go D.J.,” US number one “Lollipop” and several solo versions of his star-studded collaborations. Lil Wayne tickets for this show are available on TiqIQ at a get-in price of $58 and an average price of $224.

The kings of pop and hip-hop respectively then bring their Legends Of The Summer Stadium Tour into town at Yankee Stadium on the same night with Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z tickets on offer at a get-in price of $84 and $205. Alongside their recent Top 3 collaboration, “Suit & Tie,” expect to hear the best of their back catalogues including US Hot 100 number ones “SexyBack,” “Empire State Of Mind,” “My Love” and “What Goes Around… Comes Around.” Fans can also get their hands on seats for a second date at the same venue on July 20 ($92/$199).

Currently in the middle of their mammoth Because We Can tour, Bon Jovi will stop off at East Rutherford’s MetLife Stadium for the last two dates of its second North American leg on July 25 and 27. In addition to material from their current What About Now LP, the New Jersey rock legends have also been performing their most anthemic hits from the 80s (“Livin’ On A Prayer,” “You Give Love A Bad Name”), 90s (“Always,” “Keep The Faith”) and 00s (“It’s My Life,” “Who Says You Can’t Go Home”) during recent sets. There are thousands of Bon Jovi tickets still on sale on TiqIQ for both dates with a get-in/average price of $30/$214 for the first and $29/$187 for the second.

Self-described as ‘the biggest show on earth,’ New York welcomes Canadian tween sensation Justin Bieber’s Believe world tour for the fourth time on August 2. The 19-year-old, who played Madison Square Garden twice and Brooklyn’s Barclays Center last November, will return to the latter venue for another spectacular display of special effects and choreography alongside a hit-packed set featuring the likes of US Top 10 hits “Baby,” “Boyfriend” and “As Long As You Love Me.” Justin Bieber tickets are still available to buy on TiqIQ for a get-in price of $47 and average price of $221.

The Mrs Carter Show world tour also visits the Barclays Center for three dates at the beginning of August with Beyonce tickets available at a get-in price of $199 ($557 on average) for the 3rd, $142/$459 for the 4th and $145/$410 for the 5th, Supported by R&B singer-songwriter Luke James, the 31-year-old will treat fans to several new tracks from her long-awaited fifth studio album alongside a career-spanning set-list covering everything from her days in Destiny’s Child (“Survivor”) right up to her recent Grammy winning single, “Love On Top.”

Be sure to keep checking back on TiqIQ for the latest information on New York concert tickets for what promises to be an exciting month of live music ahead.

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