Music & Concerts

Introducing the VisitDallas Summer Concert Series

Plus all the other big-name concerts you can't miss this season.

Diana Trujillo
Posted on May 9, 2018

The VisitDallas Summer Concert Series at Dos Equis Pavilion

The music venue at Fair Park has gone through several name changes in the last decade but one thing you can always count on is a fantastic concert schedule. Take your pick of a spot on the lawn or get up close with a covered seat near the stage.

Lynard Skynard – Friday, May 11

Dave Matthews Band – Saturday, May 19

KEGL's BFD 2018 – Saturday, May 26

Kesha and Macklemore – Wednesday, June 20

Weezer – Wednesday, June 27

Chicago/REO Speedwagon – Friday, June 29

Niall Horan – Friday, July 20

Jason Aldean – Saturday, July 28

Miranda Lambert and Little Big Town – Saturday, Aug. 11

Rascal Flatts – Saturday, Aug. 25

Luke Bryan – Saturday, Sept. 8

Dierks Bentley – Saturday, Sept. 22

Ozzy Osbourne – Wednesday, Sept. 26 



American Airlines Center

It's home to the Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Stars and in between games, the venue becomes the spot to see a show. Combine the show with a night out – we suggest Happiest Hour for a pre- and post-show drink –  or head up the Katy Trail to grab a cold beer at the Ice House. If you're feeling inspired to sing, head to the karaoke room at The Round Up in Oak Lawn. 

P!Nk – Tuesday, May 1  and Wednesday May 2

Luis Miguel - May 25, 2018  

Justin Timberlake – Sunday, May 27 and Monday, May 28

Paul Simon – Friday, June 1

Harry Styles – Tuesday, June 5

Shania Twain – Wednesday, June 6

Maroon 5 – Saturday, June 9

Smashing Pumpkins – Wednesday, July 18

Sam Smith – Friday, July 20

Hall & Oates and Train – Tuesday, July 24

Panic! At the Disco – Saturday, Aug. 4

Shakira – Tuesday, Aug. 21



AT&T Stadium

The home of the Cowboys is also the home to some of the must-see shows in Dallas. And don't forget – the stadium has a strict no-bag policy.   

Kenny Chesney – Saturday, May 19

Eagles – Saturday, June 23

Jay-Z and Beyoncé – Tuesday, Sept. 11 



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