Get Your Tickets Now for Miami’s Best Fall Concerts
From Cypress Hill to Lucy Dacus to Weird Al, there's something for everyone
From brand-new festivals featuring Afro-Fusion superstars to the weirdest of Als, massively popular superstars like Rosalía to big bands performing their version of video game tunes, there’s a bit of everything playing in and around the city. Here, our top picks for Miami’s best fall concerts.
Bonobo at Space Park, October 1
Most everywhere else in the country is cold by now. Not here. Enjoy Bonobo outdoors.
Rare Americans at Gramps, October 1
Sometimes parents screw up kids, and sometimes those kids turn those screwups into careers in music.
Los Wizzards at Thomson Plaza for the Arts, October 6
An evening with Miami’s finest seven-piece.
311 and Cypress Hill at ArtsPark at Young Circle, October 7
It’s worth the drive. It’ll be chill.
Tipsy Music Festival at Bayfront Park, October 7
Enjoy a brand-new festival headlined by Afro-Fusion superstar Burna Boy.
Lucy Dacus at Miami Beach Bandshell, October 8
Listen to 2021’s Home Video, get really sad, go to the show, go make some sad friends. Sad friends are the best friends.
Weird Al Yankovic at The Parker, October 12 and 13
Weird Al is one of the few artists worth the drive to Fort Lauderdale.
Jessie Reyes at Oasis Wynwood, October 13
“Mutual Friend” from Reyes’ new LP YESSIE will be on every breakup playlist for the next few years.
iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina at FTX Arena, Saturday, October 15
Go for Latino Award Recipient Enrique Iglesias, stay for billion+ Spotify stream sensation Farruko.
Keith Sweat and Friends at FTX Arena, October 16
No disrespect to Mr. Sweat, but I’m more excited to see his friends: Monica, Tevin Campbell, Tamar Braxton, 112 and Silk.
Pusha T at Oasis Wynwood, October 16
If you know, you know. I’m sorry. I had to write that. If you know, you know.
III Points Music Festival at Mana Wynwood, October 21 and 22
Night one features the last 20 years of dance music with headliner LCD Soundsystem. Night two features the next 20 years of dance music with headliner Rosalía.
Gryffin at LIV, October 22
You know how all the Netflix reality shows use weird versions of popular music? They’re all trying to imitate Gryffin.
Los Espíritus at Miami Beach Bandshell, November 2
This Buenes Aires group should be touring the world opening for Khruangbin.
The 8-Bit Big Band at Miami Beach Bandshell, November 5
Ever wish video game soundtracks had a little more swing?
Sevdaliza at The Ground, November 17
Don’t want to wait for the next FKA Twigs tour?
Marc Anthony at FTX Arena, November 18 and 19
Will he ever not be able to sell-out arenas?
Los Angeles Azules at FPL Solar Amphitheater at Bayfront Park, November 19
The past is the present in the best possible way. A little bit of ’50s cumbia, a little bit of ’90s electronic, a timeless sound.
The Millennium Tour at FTX Arena, November 20
This is not an anniversary tour for Backstreet Boys’ 1999 album Millennium. It’s a package tour featuring Bow Wow, Mario, Keri Hilson, Lloyd, Bobby V, Ying Yang Twins, Travis Porter, Dem Franchise Boyz, Crime Mob, Pleasure P, Chingy, Sammie, Day 26, Trillville and Lil Scrappy.
Art With Me Festival, November 26 and 27
Burning Man without the headache of going to Burning Man.
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