The Best Concerts Coming to the Queen City within the Next Week

Marc Anthony - Friday February 21st, 8:00pm @ Spectrum Center

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Marc Anthony’s highly anticipated concert will be in front of a packed house at the Spectrum Center this Friday. The Puerto Rican Popstar from New York City is known for his dynamic performances and iconic blend of Latin sound and bilingual lyrics. The show has almost sold out, but there are still some reasonably-priced tickets available to get you in the building. If you’ve been to a Charlotte Hornets game, you know there’s not a bad seat in the house, so check out the ticket options and get yours while you still can!

Dermot Kennedy - Tuesday February 25th, 8:00pm @ The Fillmore

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Hailing from Ireland, Dermot Kennedy has fully arrived on the international stage. His tour will make a stop at The Fillmore in Charlotte, NC to deliver what will certainly be an unforgettable performance. This impressive artist took the world by storm with a variety of powerful singles, and in October 2019 he released his first studio album, titled ‘Without Fear’. There are still General Admission tickets available, and this is a concert you don’t want to miss. By the next time Dermot returns to Charlotte, he could be playing at a larger, less-intimate venue, and for a much more expensive price.

Adrian Crutchfield with Shelby J and The NPG Hornz - February 27th, 7:30pm & 10:00pm @ Middle C Jazz

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Described as a “neo-soul” musician, Adrian Crutchfield combines a variety of different music genres to deliver the unmistakable sounds of his saxophone. He’ll be playing a show at 7:30pm and at 10:00pm, so you’ll have to decide whether you want to be an early bird or a night owl for this Thursday evening performance. Adrian will be joined by Shelby J and The NPG Hornz, so it’s sure to be a fun collaboration and an exciting set-list. The uptown venue, Middle C Jazz, has recently opened their doors and is conveniently located near the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Let’s show our support so that they can continue to bring top-quality jazz musicians like Adrian Crutchfield to the Queen City.