August 30, 2018
This weekend, Jay-Z's Made in America music festival, with headliners Meek Mill, Post Malone and Nicki Minaj, will close out summer.
There are plenty of concerts to look forward to this fall, though.
In September, Elton John, Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars, Drake with Migos, Niall Horan and many more big-name artists will perform in Philly. Then, in October, J.Cole, Maroon 5, Florence and the Machine and others will take the stage.
Below, we've rounded up the early fall concerts to have on your radar.
Even if you don't like concerts (Say, what?), this guide could come in handy when you're wondering "Why, why, is there so much traffic in the city right now?"
Elton John – Tuesday, Sept. 11 through Wednesday, Sept. 12
Drake with Migos – Saturday, Sept. 15 through Sunday, Sept. 16
Childish Gambino – Tuesday, Sept. 18
Bruno Mars – Wednesday, Sept. 19 through Thursday, Sept. 20
Ed Sheeran – Thursday, Sept. 27
Deep Purple & Judas Priest – Sunday, Sept. 9
Niall Horan & Maren Morris – Tuesday, Sept. 11
Ozzy Osbourne & Stone Sour – Wednesday, Sept. 12
Outlaw Music Festival with Willie Nelson, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Van Morrison and more – Saturday, Sept. 15
Lady Antebellum, Darius Rucker & Russell Dickerson – Friday, Sept. 21
Ziggy Marley – Thursday, Sept. 6
Sugarland – Sunday, Sept. 9
Dispatch – Wednesday, Sept. 19
The National – Thursday, Sept. 27
Chris Young – Saturday, Sept. 29
J.Cole – Saturday, Oct. 6
Phil Collins – Monday, Oct. 8
Gorillaz – Thursday, Oct. 11
Maroon 5 – Friday, Oct. 12
Florence and the Machine – Sunday, Oct. 14
Metallica – Thursday, Oct. 25
Twenty One Pilots – Sunday, Oct. 28