2019 Summer Concerts

Kyia Brocken, Photo Editor

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The 1975 – May 4th

The announcement of this English Pop Rock tour is to excite those in favor of alternative music. Their Houston stop for their North America Tour marks the middle of their tour schedule and is sure to be energized. This isn’t one you want to miss!

Kali Uchis & Jorja Smith – May 10th

Both of these artists have begun to make a major splash in the left-field pop music puddle. With original songs such as On My Mind by Jorja and major features in songs by Daniel Caesar and Tyler The Creator, from Kali, this concert is sure to be eccentric.

Lil Pump & Lil Skies – May 17th

Both of these artists have chart-topping songs such as Red Roses by Lil Skies and the notorious Gucci Gang by Lil Pump. There’s always something for everybody, and if you’re into energized, upbeat, fast-paced hip-hop/rap, then this concert is sure to have you on your feet.

Ari Lennox – May 25th

This Dreamville signed artist has a melodic flow and if you know all the words, prepare to sing your heart out. Lennox has given us several hits such as Night Drive, Whipped Cream, and her single Shea Butter Baby that was featured in the Creed II tracklist.

Juice WRLD – June 6th

This up and coming artist seems to have taken off after the release of his song Lucid Dreams that was featured on his first studio album Goodbye & Good Riddance. Juice WRLD’s style is unique in its own with emotional lyrics tied with traditional Chicago style beat.  

J.I.D. – June 14th

J.I.D. is another Dreamville sign-iee who’s beginning to gain a large following. After the release of his second studio album DiCaprio 2 with features from Dreamville creator, J. Cole J.I.D.s career truly began to take off.

Rich The Kid – June 19th

This Atlanta groundbreaker and label owner has truly made his mark on today’s rap. With unprecedented flows on top of crazy beats, Rich The Kid will definitely be a show you don’t want to miss.

21 Pilots – June 21st

This two-man band has been around since 2009 and has captured alternative music lovers hearts. This concert will definitely have a wide range of emotions flowing as their songs switch from upbeat such as Tear In My Heart to more melodramatic songs like Car Radio.

$ucide Boy$ – July 31st

Horrorcore glitch-trap may be a mouth full but this rap duo produced the best of the genre. However, sorry not sorry, but this one definitely isn’t one for the mids.