Manhattan is known for so many things, including its amazing music venues where the biggest stars in the world stop by and put on a show for their thousands of adoring fans! With the warmer weather finally here, we can add outdoor venues to the lists of amazing artists that are stopping by The Big Apple to showcase their talents and put on a fantastic show. So which ones have caught our eye here the most at Manhattan Digest?
Take a look at the concerts we think you should go to. Act soon though, they might sell out fast. 🙂
Billy Joel-May 27th and June 17th at Madison Square Garden
I swear this man never gets off tour, and why should he? If it aint broke, why fix it. The legend and “Piano Man” Billy Joel stops by the world famous Madison Square Garden for two nights, this coming Friday, the 27th, and June 17th, for a show that can only be considered as “incredible”. Playing a bevy of hits from “Uptown Girl” to “New York State of Mind”, Billy’s shows prove why for the past forty years he has been a force to be reckoned with in the music industry. More information here.
Barbra Streisand at Barclay Center- August 11th and 13th
Celebrating six decades of #1 albums will be this two night phenomenon starring Oscar and Grammy winner, as well as living legend, Barbra Streisand. For many gay men and women across the state, this is a dream concert that I am sure will be a big hit. Tickets go on sale tomorrow, so get your credit card ready for what will be two amazing nights with “The Voice”. More information here.
Florence & The Machine “How Beautiful” Tour- Barclay Center June 14th and 15th
For two warm nights in June, go see Florence Welch’s phenomenal vocals as her and The Machine stop by Barclay Center, with special guests Grimes and Kelsey Lu. More information here.
LiveNation presents Macklemore & Ryan Lewis at Hammerstein Ballroom, June 21st
Rap duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, who stormed onto the scene three years ago with songs like “Thrift Shop” and “Can’t Hold Us”, stop by the Hammerstein Ballroom on June 21st to perform a bevy of their hits. More information here.