Upcoming concerts in Queens 2024

Find concerts, live music, festivals and tour dates near Queens: buy tickets for 2024/2025 shows.
  1. Pour Some Sugar On Me - Remastered 2017
  2. Hysteria
  3. Photograph
Def Leppard Photo

Def Leppard

  1. King For A Day
  2. A Match Into Water
  3. Bulls In The Bronx
Pierce the Veil Photo

Pierce the Veil

  1. 1979 - Remastered 2012
  2. Bullet With Butterfly Wings - Remastered 2012
  3. Disarm - 2011 Remaster
The Smashing Pumpkins Photo

The Smashing Pumpkins

  1. Hate To Say I Told You So
  2. Tick Tick Boom
  3. Bogus Operandi
The Hives Photo

The Hives

  1. Don't Stop Believin' (2022 Remaster)
  2. Any Way You Want It
  3. Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) [2023 Remaster]
Journey Photo


  1. Don't Back Down
  2. Another Celebration at the End of the World
  3. I’m Alright
Mammoth WVH Photo

Mammoth WVH

  1. It's Everything About You That I Love
  2. Hearts Were Made To Love
  3. Tonight
The Pretenders Photo

The Pretenders

  1. The News (Re: The Linda Lindas)
  2. Oh!
  3. Groovy Xmas
The Linda Lindas Photo

The Linda Lindas

  1. Realeza (Alberto Del Rio)
  2. Realeza 2013 (Alberto Del Rio)
  3. Viva México
Mariachi Real de Mexico Photo

Mariachi Real de Mexico

Most famous venues for live shows in Queens

  1. Citi Field
  2. Kupferberg Center for the Arts

About Queens


Queens, in New York City, has been a fertile ground for musical talent and has produced some amazing artists and bands in all kinds of music. It's famous as the place where hip-hop was born, with big names like Run-DMC and Nas coming from Queens. These artists have made a huge impact on hip-hop around the world, shaping how it sounds and what it says. And not just hip-hop—Queens has also given us Nicki Minaj, one of the top-selling female rappers ever, known for her powerful words and bold personality

Queens has a rich history in jazz too, with legendary musicians like Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, and Count Basie calling the borough home during the mid-1900s. Their groundbreaking work in jazz has had a huge impact on music, inspiring musicians all over the globe. But Queens isn't just about jazz—it's also a place where all kinds of musical talents flourish. From metalcore bands like Sylar to jazz pianists like Tardo Hammer, Queens showcases a diverse range of musical styles.


Queens is a vibrant mix of traditions, art, and delicious food, showing off the many different people who live there. The borough has a lively art scene, with places like the Queens Museum and Socrates Sculpture Park giving local and global artists a chance to display their creations. Whether it's modern art displays or sculptures in outdoor parks, Queens gives art lovers an exciting and immersive cultural adventure.

Queens has lots of different kinds of food from all over the world, showing its diverse culture. Places like Flushing and Astoria are known for their authentic restaurants serving tasty dishes like Chinese dim sum and Greek souvlaki. There are also food festivals and markets where you can try even more flavors from different countries, making every bite an adventure.


Queens has a long history of overcoming challenges and changing over time, from its earliest Native American residents to becoming an important part of New York City. During the American Revolution, Queens played a big role, and places like the Rufus King Manor show this important part of its past. As more and more people from different countries moved to Queens, it became a place of opportunity and diversity, representing the American dream for many new arrivals.

Queens has always been a leader in making things better for people, supporting civil rights and community action. Important figures like Malcolm X, who lived in Queens, and Margaret Sanger, a champion for women's rights, have made a lasting impact here, fighting for fairness and equality. Today, Queens keeps changing and growing, but it also holds onto its important places from the past, and it welcomes everyone with open arms, just like it has for hundreds of years.

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