Here is your 2023 Concert Schedule for South Florida!

 Here is your 2023 concert schedule for South Florida!

Barry Manilow
When: Jan. 13th  7 p.m.
Where:  FLA Live Arena, Sunrise
Ticket info: $14.75+ at The beloved pop singer retired from traditional touring a few years ago but will open a seven-date mini tour of the Southeast in Sunrise.
The Mavericks
When: Jan. 14th 8 p.m.  
Where: The Parker, Fort Lauderdale;
Ticket Info :$45+ at  Led by Raul Malo’s resplendent vocals, the indie-country experimentalists, whose eclectic 2020 album “En Español” was one of their best, are still among the most entertaining live bands to rise from the South Florida music scene.

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
When: Jan. 21st 8 p.m. 
Where: Hard Rock Live, Hollywood
Ticket info: $55+ at Isbell is an impassioned and soulful songwriter who works the same side of the tracks that produced the best stories of Steinbeck and Springsteen. (Also recommended: Isbell’s old band, Drive-by Truckers, at Fort Lauderdale’s Culture Room on April 21.

Billy Joel The Bard of Oyster Bay
When: Jan 27th 8 p.m. 
Where: Hard Rock Live, Hollywood
Ticket info: $570+ at Billy Joel The Bard of Oyster Bay doesn’t have many live shows on his 2023 calendar so far — beyond a handful of stadium dates with Stevie Nicks — making this annual return to the Hard Rock extra special. Tickets were and are hard to come by.

Carrie Underwood
When: Feb 2nd 7:30 p.m. 
Where:  FTX Arena, Miami; 
Ticket info: $34.75+ at The eight-time Grammy winner arrives on the tour supporting her hit 2022 album “Denim & Rhinestones.” Worth it to get there in time to catch the opening act, engaging singer Jimmie Allen.

Judy Collins: Accompanied by a 25-piece orchestra
When: Feb 3rd 8 p.m. 
Where: The Parker, Fort Lauderdale
Ticket info: $45+ at Collins will revisit her landmark 1967 album, “Wildflowers,” and songs such as “Since You Asked,” “Sky Fell” and “Albatross.” This concert will take place two days before the 83-year-old Collins learns whether her latest album, “Spellbound,” wins the Best Folk Album award at the Grammy Awards on Feb. 5.

GroundUP Music Festival 
When: Feb. 3rd-5th  
Where: Miami Beach Bandshell
Ticket info: one-day pass $125+, three-day pass $335+ at Always one of the most interesting musical gatherings of the year, GroundUP 2023 features nearly two-dozen performers led by Jeff Tweedy (Wilco), rising singer-songwriter Madison Cunningham, singer-guitarist Nai Palm (Hiatus Kaiyote), vocalists Silvana Estrada and Lizz Wright, prolific session guitarist Isaiah Sharkey (John Mayer), rising jazz trumpeter Keyon Harrold — and, of course, Snarky Puppy all three days.

Bruce Springsteen and The E Street BandThe Bard of Asbury Park 
When: Feb 7th 7:30 p.m. 
Where: Hard Rock Live, Hollywood; sold out, ****see resale options at Bruce brings his 2023 tour of arenas and stadiums around the world to its most intimate venue by far. Lucky us.

REO Speedwagon
When: Feb 8th 7:30 p.m
Where: Pompano Beach Amphitheater
Ticket info: $54.50+ at  They may be treated as nostalgic kitsch elsewhere, but in South Florida the flame has never gone out for the Bic-worthy REO anthems that owned ‘80s arenas. Fans may be interested to know that kindred spirits Styx are among the headliners of RokIsland Fest in Key West, set for Jan. 17 to 21.

Anita Baker
When: Feb 11th 8 p.m. 
Where: Hard Rock Live, Hollywood
Ticket info: $351+ at The Grammy-winning R&B singer will celebrate the 40th anniversary of her debut album, “The Songstress,” on her first full tour in nearly 30 years. Expect to hear hits such as “Giving You the Best That I Got,” “Sweet Love,” “Caught Up in the Rapture” and more.

Gladys Knight
When: Feb 16th 8 p.m. 
Where: Hard Rock Live, Hollywood
Ticket info: $60+ at  Recently among the recipients at the Kennedy Center Honors, Knight could sing the Bill of Rights and give it soul.

Roger Daltrey
When: Feb 20th 8 p.m. 
Where: Hard Rock Live, Hollywood
Ticket info: $65+ at  The Who frontman, a headliner on the Rock Legends Cruise from Fort Lauderdale on Feb. 13 to 17, recalls memorable hits, plus music he’s made without Pete Townshend.

John Mellencamp
When: Feb 21st & 22nd 8 p.m. 
Where: Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Fort Lauderdale
Ticket info: $39.50+ at The heartland documentarian is on his first tour in years, showcasing the critically lauded album “Strictly A One-Eyed Jack.”

Willie Nelson & Family
When: Feb 28th 8 p.m. 
Where:  Pompano Beach Amphitheater
Ticket info: $69.50+ at   On the road again, the national treasure turns 90 in April. We are not worthy.

New Country 103.1 Rib Round Up: “Wait in the Truck.”
When: March 4th Noon
Where: iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach
Ticket info: $41+ at    This year’s lineup includes the intriguing presence of singer-songwriter Lainey Wilson, joined by Russell Dickerson, Corey Kent and Joe Nichols. Featured on TV hit “Yellowstone,” Wilson was the upstart star of the CMA Awards in November, taking Vocalist of the Year and Best New Artist awards, while also being nominated for Album of the Year (“Sayin’ What I’m Thinkin’”) and Song of the Year (“Things a Man Oughta Know”). Her latest hits include “Heart Like a Truck,” from new album “Bell Bottom Country,” and the provocative Hardy collaboration 

When: April 14th-15th 8 p.m. 
Where: FTX Arena, Miami
Ticket info: $54+ at The Latin rock superstars spent much of 2022 playing a record-setting residency at the Forum in Los Angeles and performances in stadiums across Latin America. The 2023 leg of their México Lindo Y Querido Tour features 19 shows in the United States.

Janet Jackson
When: April 14th & 16th 8 p.m. 
Where: Hard Rock Live, Hollywood
Ticket info: $85+ at Such was the demand for opening-night tickets for her 2023 Together Again Tour at Hard Rock Live that Jackson added a second night. These performances in the 7,000-seat venue will be her first in South Florida since a concert at Miami’s AmericanAirlines Arena in 2018. Ludacris opens.

Tortuga Music Festival
When: April 14-16, 
Where: Fort Lauderdale Beach Park
Ticket info: three-day passes $275+ at The 10th anniversary of the culture-altering event on the sand in Fort Lauderdale includes the much-anticipated return of Kenny Chesney, joined by fellow headliners Eric Church and Shania Twain.

Natalie Merchant
When: April 27th 8 p.m. 
Where:  Broward Center, Fort Lauderdale
Ticket info: $45+ at This performance will come about two weeks after the release of Merchant’s first album of new material in nearly a decade. “Keep Your Courage” is an eclectic collection of lush orchestrations with contributions from the Celtic folk group Lúnasa, Syrian virtuoso clarinetist Kinan Azmeh and jazz trombonist Steve Davis. At the Broward Center, Merchant will be accompanied by the South Florida Symphony Orchestra.

Morgan Wallen
When: May 5th  7 p.m.
Where:  iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach; sold out; After spending most of 2022 on a tour showcasing his career-changing 2021 double album “Dangerous,” Wallen may just pick up where he left off. He continues to put out random, instantly popular singles, including No. 1 hits “You Proof” and “Thought You Should Know,” and says a new album is on its way.

When: July 8th  7 p.m. 
Where:  iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach
Ticket info:  $22.25+ (as part of lawn four-pack) at Foreigner could play sing-along favorites such as “Cold As Ice” and “Feels Like the First Time” for South Florida audiences forever. This is Foreigner’s farewell tour, so expect audience vocals to be extra intense.

When: July 11th  7:30 p.m. 
Where: FLA Live Arena, Sunrise
Ticket info: $94.75+ (Verified Resale prices vary) at The reunited pop-punk trio, with original guitarist-vocalist Tom DeLonge (now cancer-free, he says), bassist-vocalist Mark Hoppus and drummer Travis Barker, have scheduled a lengthy world tour and are promising a reunion album in 2023 as well.

Zac Brown Band
When: Nov 2nd  7 p.m. 
Where:  iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach
Ticket info: $30.50 (as part of lawn four-pack) at The penultimate stop in ZBB’s summer-fall From the Fire Tour offers an outdoor concert in November, which just seems perfectly South Florida.

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