Upcoming Concerts in Central Florida: Orlando and Tampa 2024

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Central Florida’s Concert Scene

As we approach the halfway mark of 2024, there’s still plenty of time to make this year unforgettable. One of the best ways to do so is by attending live concerts. Orlando and Tampa are hotspots for music lovers, offering a wide range of performances from renowned artists. Here’s a comprehensive guide to the upcoming concerts in these vibrant cities for the remainder of 2024.

Concerts at Kia Center, Orlando

The Kia Center, formerly known as the Amway Center, is a prime venue for major touring artists. Here’s the lineup:

June:

  • Jay Wheeler (June 23)
  • Roberto Carlos (June 30)

July:

  • Jhene Aiko (July 6)
  • Chris Brown (July 11)
  • Janet Jackson (July 20)
  • Zach Bryan (July 21)
  • Missy Elliott (July 30)

September:

  • Twenty-One Pilots (Sept. 11)
  • Cigarettes After Sex (Sept. 13)
  • Jelly Roll (Sept. 17)
  • Weezer (Sept. 20)
  • Silvestre Dangond (Sept. 21)
  • Banda MS (Sept. 22)

October:

  • Charli XCX and Troye Sivan (Oct. 6)
  • Yandel (Oct. 13)
  • Camilo (Oct. 20)
  • Maverick City Music (Oct. 30)

November:

  • Christan Nodal (Nov. 1)
  • Justin Timberlake (Nov. 9)
  • Olga Tañon (Nov. 16)
  • Kany Garcia (Nov. 30)

December:

  • Kacey Musgraves (Dec. 2)
  • Creed (Dec. 5)
  • Chayanne (Dec. 12)

For more details and ticket information, visit the Kia Center’s website.

Other Orlando Venues

House of Blues Orlando:

  • June: Little Big (June 22), Slippery When Wet (June 28), Charlie Zaa (June 29)
  • July: PVRIS (July 2), Hobo Johnson & the Lovemakers (July 3), Saved by the 90s (July 5), The Spill Canvas (July 7), Nirvanna – Tribute to Nirvana (July 12), Black Guayaba (July 13), Two Door Cinema (July 14), The Aquabats (July 18), Ryan Montgomery (July 19), PARTYNEXTDOOR (July 23), Orlando Rocks! (July 26), Lucki (July 27)
  • August: Taking Back Sunday (Aug. 1), The Head and The Heart (Aug. 3), Is For Lovers & Hawthrone Heights (Aug. 9), The Molly Ringwalds (Aug. 10), Lucky Daye (Aug. 13), New Found Glory (Aug. 16), Andy Montañez and Charlie Aponte (Aug. 24), Allen Stone (Aug. 28), Colde (Aug. 30)
  • September: Badflower (Sept. 7), Nothing More (Sept. 14), Alec Benjamin (Sept. 16), Marianas Trench (Sept. 20), Lasso (Sept. 21), Epik High (Sept. 24), Mocedades (Sept. 25), Violent Femmes (Sept. 26), Infected Mushroom (Sept. 28), Lawrence (Sept. 29)
  • October: Sleeping with Sirens (Oct. 2), JINJER (Oct. 3), Nothing but Thieves (Oct. 4), El Cuarteto De Nos (Oct. 8), Tori Kelly (Oct. 9), Wave to Earth (Oct. 10), Alvaro Diaz (Oct. 11), Palaye Royale (Oct. 18), Zara Larsson (Oct. 30)
  • November: Rise Against (Nov. 1), Tiago Pzk (Nov. 9), Streetlight Manifesto (Nov. 23)

Hard Rock Live Orlando:

  • June: Ace Frehley (June 21), The Brian McKnight 4 (June 28)
  • July: Jorge Celedón (July 13), The Marías (July 26), D’aydrian Harding (July 27)
  • August: Beres Hammond (Aug. 23), Tems (Aug. 24), Psychedelic Furs (Aug. 31)
  • September: Coal Chamber (Sept. 3), Young Miko (Sept. 7), Something Corporate (Sept. 14)
  • October: Daniel Habif (Oct. 5), Bacilos (Oct. 6), Rainbow Kitten Surprise (Oct. 22)
  • November: Danny Ocean (Nov. 1), Greeicy and Yeliana (Nov. 2), BABYMETAL (Nov. 5), David Kushner (Nov. 6), Manuel Medrano (Nov. 7), O.A.R. Florida (Nov. 14)

Camping World Stadium:

  • July: Def Leppard and Journey (July 10)
  • November: EDC Orlando (Nov. 8-10), P!NK (Nov. 18)

Additional venues in Orlando, including The Orlando Amphitheater, The Abbey, The Block, and Celine Orlando, also host a variety of artists throughout the year.

Concerts in Tampa

Amalie Arena:

  • June: Melanie Martinez (June 18)
  • July: Missy Elliott (July 24), Fuerza Regida (July 27)
  • August: $uicideboy$ (Aug. 11)
  • September: Childish Gambino (Sept. 4), Don Omar (Sept. 6), Maxwell (Sept. 15)
  • October: Nicki Minaj (Oct. 5), Kirk Franklin (Oct. 10), For King and Country (Oct. 11), Peso Pluma (Oct. 16), Carin León (Oct. 19), Brandon Lake (Oct. 20), Maverick City Music (Oct. 31)
  • November: Cyndi Lauper (Nov. 6), Ana Gabriel (Nov. 15), Kacey Musgraves (Nov. 29)

Raymond James Stadium:

  • July: Morgan Wallen (July 11-12)
  • August: Zach Bryan (Aug. 14)

With such a diverse lineup, Central Florida is the place to be for live music enthusiasts in 2024. Make sure to check out these events and experience the rich musical culture the region has to offer.

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