Upcoming concerts in Jacksonville 2024

Find concerts, live music, festivals and tour dates near Jacksonville: buy tickets for 2024/2025 shows.
  1. Tennessee Whiskey
  2. White Horse
  3. You Should Probably Leave
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Chris Stapleton

  1. Fast Car
  2. The Kind of Love We Make
  3. Beautiful Crazy
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Luke Combs

  1. Fast Car
  2. The Kind of Love We Make
  3. Beautiful Crazy
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Luke Combs

  1. Country Girl (Shake It For Me)
  2. Play It Again
  3. That's My Kind Of Night
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Luke Bryan

  1. Take Me To Church
  2. Work Song
  3. Northern Attitude (with Hozier)
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Hozier

  1. Check Yes Or No
  2. Amarillo By Morning
  3. Carrying Your Love With Me
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George Strait

  1. Carol Of The Bells
  2. You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch
  3. Shatter Me
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Lindsey Stirling

  1. In Hell I'll Be in Good Company
  2. Banjo Odyssey
  3. Broken Cowboy
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The Dead South

  1. Praise (feat. Brandon Lake, Chris Brown & Chandler Moore)
  2. Jireh (feat. Chandler Moore & Naomi Raine)
  3. O Come to the Altar (Live)
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Elevation Worship

  1. Bottoms Up
  2. Son Of The Dirty South
  3. Rolex® On A Redneck
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Brantley Gilbert

  1. All Night Long (All Night) - Single Version
  2. Say You, Say Me
  3. Stuck On You
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Lionel Richie

  1. Sympathique
  2. Où est ma tête?
  3. Hang on Little Tomato
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Pink Martini

  1. Listen to the Music
  2. Long Train Runnin'
  3. What a Fool Believes
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The Doobie Brothers

  1. Step by Step
  2. I'll Be Loving You (Forever)
  3. You Got It (The Right Stuff)
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New Kids on the Block

  1. Burn It Down - Radio Edit
  2. Handle On You
  3. Pretty Heart
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Parker McCollum

  1. Hey, Soul Sister
  2. Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)
  3. Drive By
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Train

  1. True To Myself
  2. Beach in Hawaii
  3. Love Is My Religion - Acoustic
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Ziggy Marley

  1. Songbird
  2. Forever in Love
  3. How Could an Angel Break My Heart (with Toni Braxton)
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Kenny G

  1. One For the Money
  2. Situations
  3. Not Good Enough For Truth In Cliché
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Escape the Fate

  1. Wicked Game
  2. Blue Hotel
  3. Baby Did A Bad Bad Thing
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Chris Isaak

  1. goodbye looks good on you (feat. Mitchell Tenpenny)
  2. Bigger Mistakes
  3. Truth About You
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Mitchell Tenpenny

  1. Carol Of The Bells
  2. Seven Drunken Nights
  3. A Place In The Choir
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Celtic Thunder

  1. Closer to the Sun
  2. Collie Man
  3. World on Fire (feat. Slightly Stoopid)
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Slightly Stoopid

  1. I Can't Make You Love Me
  2. Something To Talk About
  3. Thank You - 2008 Remaster
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Bonnie Raitt

  1. Suds in the Bucket
  2. A Little Bit Stronger
  3. Born to Fly
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Sara Evans

  1. Let Me Live My Life
  2. Blinding Lights
  3. Let the Sparks Fly - 2023
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Saint Asonia

  1. Sisyphus
  2. Pulaski at Night
  3. Fake Palindromes
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Andrew Bird

  1. Pretty Pimpin
  2. How Lucky
  3. Blackberry Song
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Kurt Vile

  1. Note to Self
  2. How Country Feels
  3. Runnin' Outta Moonlight
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Randy Houser

  1. Can't Rock My Dream Face
  2. Let's Dance (with Huey Lewis & The News)
  3. In the Kitchen
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Umphrey's McGee

Most famous venues for live shows in Jacksonville

  1. Daily's Place
  2. VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena
  3. Florida Theatre Jacksonville
  4. EverBank Stadium

About Jacksonville

MUSIC

Jacksonville is a city located in Florida, among the musicians and bands from Jacksonville are Lynyrd Skynyrd, a legendary southern rock band known for their hits like "Sweet Home Alabama" and "Free Bird." Additionally, Shinedown, an American rock band, has gained popularity with their powerful vocals and anthemic rock sound. The notorious nu-metal band Limp Bizkit is also from the city, known for their hits like "Rollin'" and "Break Stuff." 

Jacksonville is home to new and talented musicians in addition to the well-known ones. They play different types of music like country, blues, hip-hop, and alternative rock. Together, these musicians create a lively and diverse music scene in the city, adding their special styles to Jacksonville's rich musical mix.

CULTURE

In Jacksonville, the food is a delicious blend of Southern, Caribbean, and Latin flavors. You can enjoy a variety of dishes, from tasty seafood to traditional soul food. The city's food culture is diverse, offering different dining experiences. Jacksonville's culinary scene also values local ingredients and supports efforts to bring fresh produce from nearby farms to the table. This promotes sustainability and the use of locally sourced ingredients in the city's food.

The city's cultural calendar is filled with festivals and events that celebrate the city's traditions and artistic expressions. For example, Welcome to Rockville is a music festival that features a lineup of rockmetal, and punk performers across multiple stages, and typically attracts tens of thousands of attendees throughout a weekend.

HISTORY

Jacksonville has a rich history that dates back centuries. The city played a significant role in the Civil Rights Movement, with notable figures like James Weldon Johnson and J. Rosamond Johnson, who wrote the iconic song "Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing." Today, the song is widely regarded as the African American national anthem.

In addition to its cultural contributions, Jacksonville has a historical significance as a prominent port city. Its location on the St. Johns River made it a vital hub for trade and transportation, contributing to its growth and development. Over the years, the city has evolved into a modern metropolis while preserving its historical landmarks and embracing its diverse heritage.

Nowadays, Jacksonville is a lively city that combines its interesting history with modern progress. The city's past is like a base for what it is today and what it aims to be in the future. This history shapes the city's culture and inspires the people who live there. Jacksonville is dedicated to keeping its history alive and taking care of its cultural heritage, making it an engaging place for both the people who call it home and those who come to visit.

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