Top Concerts to See in Fall 2018

Top Concerts to See in Fall 2018 - Get your Pentatonix Tickets here at TicketsatWork!

The concert scene is heating up just as the temperatures are starting to drop. Every fall, the biggest names in music take their shows on the road – around the country and the globe. In 2018, check out an impressive lineup of artists from living legends like Elton John and Rod Stewart to dynamic duos like Beyoncé and Jay-Z. Here are this fall’s 10 hottest concerts – get great deals at TicketsatWork.

This Grammy Award-winning a cappella band from Texas has sung their way into the hearts of fans across the country. Don’t miss their covers of current pop sensations like Robyn and Imagine Dragons, plus Camila Cabello’s “Havana.” Catch them as they wind up their PTX Summer Tour 2018. Get tickets to Pentatonix

Counting Crows
For more than two decades, this rock band from Berkeley has been winning over fans with their melodic tunes. Their smash hits, “Mr. Jones” and “Round Here,” shot the band to stardom in the 1990s. Now with front man Adam Duritz still leading the way, they’re back on a new tour, 25 Years and Counting. Get tickets to Counting Crows

Rod Stewart
Rod Stewart is back! And, with an impressive 200-plus million albums sold, Rod Stewart shows no signs of slowing down. This fall, groove to classics like “Maggie May,” “If You Think I’m Sexy” and “Have I Told You Lately” as this legendary crooner teams up with special guest Cyndi Lauper. Get tickets to Rod Stewart

Zac Brown Band
The Zac Brown Band, who has three Grammy Awards under their belt, has made their mark on country music. This fall, experience their unique style as they wrap up their Down the Rabbit Hole Live tour. Don’s miss out – their live shows are as vibrant as their down-home tunes. Get tickets to Zac Brown Band

Lauryn Hill
As a founding member of the groundbreaking group, The Fugees, Lauryn Hill has always been pushing boundaries. In her successful solo career, she topped the charts with songs like “Doo Wop (That Thing).” Now she’s back this fall with The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill 20th Anniversary Tour. Get tickets to Ms. Lauryn Hill

Taylor Swift
One of the world’s best-selling female artists is heating up stadiums from coast to coast on her wildly popular Reputation tour. From the moment she burst onto the scene, Taylor Swift has been delivering pop hits that blend a little bit of country with rock and soul. Dance the night away to her latest hits like “Look What You Made Me Do.” Get tickets to Taylor Swift

Elton John
Elton John is the very definition of a living legend – and this is your rare chance to see him in concert. Sing along to the chart-topping set list, from “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road,” and “Tiny Dancer,” to “A Candle in the Wind.” Get tickets to Elton John

With his 2018 double album, Scorpion, breaking new ground, Drake is reaching new artistic heights. This fall, he’s bringing his popular rap style to audiences around North America. He’s sharing the bill with the entertaining hip hop trio Migos. Get tickets to Drake

Beyoncé and Jay-Z
The king and queen of hip hop are sharing the same stage for this year’shottest concert. If you missed one of the world’s most famous couples on their first go-around, now’s your chance to see their famous chemistry in concert. On The Run II wraps up this fall with dates around the country. Get tickets to Beyoncé and Jay-Z

Maroon 5
This Grammy-winning band just keeps churning out the number-one hits. Sing along to “Moves Like Jagger,” “Makes Me Wonder” and “One More Night.” With several U.S. dates to choose from this fall, now’s your chance to see celebrated lead singer Adam Levine perform his unique brand of soul. Get tickets to Maroon 5

By Craig Nelson

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