DFW To Host Multiple Concerts in 2024

Crowd at a concert | Image by Melinda Nagy/Shutterstock

Dallas-Fort Worth residents and visitors will have a myriad of concerts and live music events to enjoy this year.

Visit Dallas, a nonprofit organization promoting tourism, has identified several concerts coming to the City. Shows range from the New Orleans-style Brass Band One Eyed Jacks on January 27 to saxophonist Kirk Whalum with special guest vocalist Wendy Moten on January 28,  The Litany on February 3, and many more.

Additionally, several new and popular artists will be going on tour this year and have added DFW to their list of stops.

The Last Dinner Party, a British indie rock band, has a concert scheduled at the Studio at The Factory in Deep Ellum on March 22. The tour is a “prelude” to their new debut album, “Prelude to Ecstasy,” according to the band’s website.

Fans of the American hip-hop group Migos will have the opportunity to hear an Offset concert in April. The rap artist will appear on April 5 at the Southside Ballroom in Dallas as part of his “Set It Off” tour, according to Live Nation. Tickets for this concert are currently on sale, starting at $59.

Canadian actor and rapper Connor Price will be appearing at the House of Blues in Dallas on April 20 as part of his “The Price Club” tour. Tickets for this all-ages show start at $25, according to Do 214.

American pop-rock band X Ambassadors has added Dallas to its tour for this year. The band is scheduled to appear at the Granada Theater in Dallas on June 11, with ticket prices starting at $27, according to the band’s website.

Pop Group Lawrence will also visit DFW as part of their tour. This band will appear at the House of Blues in Dallas in support of their new album “Family Business,” according to the band’s website.

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