All Concerts in Philadelphia
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to Bryan Adams with Joan Jett & The Blackhearts on Wednesday June 7 at 7:30 pm at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to Logic with Juicy J on Wednesday June 7 at 8:00 pm at The Met Philadelphia in Philadelphia, PA
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to Stephen Sharer (16+) on Wednesday June 7 at 8:00 pm at Keswick Theatre in Glenside, PA
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to Rachel Bloom: Death, Let Me Do My Special on Thursday June 8 at 8:00 pm at Theatre of Living Arts in Philadelphia, PA
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to Black Midi on Thursday June 8 at 8:00 pm at Union Transfer - Philadelphia in Philadelphia, PA
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to Taj Mahal on Thursday June 8 at 8:00 pm at Keswick Theatre in Glenside, PA
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to The Used & Pierce The Veil on Friday June 9 at 6:00 pm at Skyline Stage at the Mann in Philadelphia, PA
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to Pixies with Franz Ferdinand and Bully on Friday June 9 at 6:45 pm at The Met Philadelphia in Philadelphia, PA
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to The Audacity on Friday June 9 at 7:30 pm at City Winery Philadelphia in Philadelphia, PA
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to Shania Twain with Breland on Friday June 9 at 7:30 pm at Freedom Mortgage Pavilion in Camden, NJ
About Philadelphia Concerts
The City of Brotherly Love may be known for its cheesesteak sandwiches, but Philadelphia is also a bright spot in the music industry. Dating back to the late 1800s, Philadelphia’s music scene has influenced artists across the U.S. From hip-hop and folk music to classical orchestras, musicians have worked across all genres in Philadelphia. In fact, the city’s Curtis Institute of Music, founded in 1924, has seen some of the world's greatest American composers and performers pass through including Hilary Hahn, Jennifer Higdon, and Lang Lang.
Even with the rise of technology and modern music, Philadelphia still remains a hub for jazz and cabaret. There are tons of jazz clubs peppered throughout the city, including Chris' Jazz Cafe, Warmdaddy's, and the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. One of the most popular is World Cafe Live which is a three-story music hall that’s been graced by the likes of Rhett Miller, Natalie Cole, KT Tunstall, Allen Toussaint, and many more.
Philadelphia also has many connections to the world of opera. In fact, one of the city’s very first concerts was an opera led by composer William Henry Fry. In 1900, the Philadelphia Orchestra popped up and, eight years later, the Philadelphia Opera House was born. Chamber music also gained popularity in the late 1960s.
Of course, pop music and rock and roll also have strong Philadelphia roots. In fact, Questlove and Billie Holiday are just a few of the famous musicians from this city. Not only that, but many mega stars and headliners pass through Philadelphia during their worldwide concerts and tours. Lincoln Financial Field is the home stadium of NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles and has a seating capacity of nearly 70,000, making it the go-to stage for the world’s greatest musicians. Past performers have included One Direction, U2, and Taylor Swift.
What concert venues are located in Philadelphia?
Popular venues in Philadelphia include the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, Lincoln Financial Field, and the Mann Center for the Performing Arts, a large outdoor amphitheater. TLA, World Cafe Live, and Union Transfer are all smaller and mid-sized spots to check out a local show.
How much are concert tickets in Philadelphia?
Philadelphia is one of the top concert destinations in the country, with a wide variety of venues and performances. For a look at ticket prices for upcoming concerts, scroll to the top of the page and see events today, this weekend, and this week.
Tips for attending concerts in Philadelphia
If you’re heading to the Sports Complex (Wells Fargo Center, Lincoln Financial Field, Citizens Bank Park), there’s plenty of parking available, but you’ll likely pay $30.00+ for it. For smaller venues in the city with less parking, like Union Transfer or TLA, rideshare services may be your best bet.
What music festivals are held in Philadelphia?
The city’s most popular music festival, Made in America, was founded by Brooklyn native Jay-Z. This festival is held each September on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway and features both established and up-and-coming artists. The Philadelphia Folk Festival and Jazz on the Ave Music Festival both draw in large crowds and celebrate musical genres that have strong roots in this city. Speaking of roots, the Roots Picnic is another popular festival that was created and hosted by hip hop group, The Roots. Past performers have included John Mayer, Pharrell, and Usher. Of course, The Roots perform each year at their namesake event.
Musicians on Tour in Philadelphia
- 21 Savage in Philadelphia (Mann Center for the Performing Arts)
- Bailey Zimmerman in Philadelphia
- Beyonce in Philadelphia (Wells Fargo Center)
- Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band in Philadelphia
- Drake in Philadelphia (Wells Fargo Center)
- Ernest in Philadelphia (BB&T Pavilion)
- Jenny Lewis in Philadelphia (Wells Fargo Center)
- Jessie Ware in Philadelphia
- Morgan Wallen in Philadelphia (The Fillmore Philadelphia)
- Rosa Linn in Philadelphia
Concerts in Philadelphia by Venue
- Concerts at City Winery Philadelphia
- Concerts at Franklin Music Hall
- Concerts at Freedom Mortgage Pavilion
- Concerts at Johnny Brenda's
- Concerts at Keswick Theatre
- Concerts at Skyline Stage at the Mann
- Concerts at The Met Philadelphia
- Concerts at Theatre of Living Arts
- Concerts at Union Transfer - Philadelphia
- Concerts at Wells Fargo Center