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eight concerts in Syracuse surface area to bank check out this fall
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YG — Peachy New York Land Fair’s Chevy Park Stage, Sept. 4
In a terminal-minute addition to the NYS Off-white’s line-up, rapper YG will exist performing this Labor Twenty-four hours weekend on Sat at 8 p.m. The rapper released an anthology before this year with boyfriend westward coast rapper Mozzy, but is amend known for hits “BIG BANK” and “Go Loko,” both of which include features from other acclaimed rappers. Over Labor Day weekend, country off-white tickets are reduced to $one for higher students, and SU is providing free shuttles from campus to the fair over the weekend.
Foo Fighters — St. Joseph’s Wellness Amphitheater at Lakeview, Sept. 15
Foo Fighters will return to Syracuse for the first time since 2000 when they take the stage at St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at 7:30 p.m on Sept. 15. The ring, which released its tenth studio album “Medicine at Midnight” in February, volition be inducted into the Rock and Curlicue Hall of Fame in October. Although the amphitheater doesn’t take any COVID-19 restrictions, Foo Fighters are requiring their fans to submit proof of vaccination or a negative examination event no more than 48 hours before the show.
Thomas Rhett & Cole Swindell — St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, Sept. 16
Later rescheduling twice because of the pandemic, country star Thomas Rhett will perform at St. Joseph’southward Amphitheater at seven:xxx p.m. on Sept. 16, with Cole Swindell opening for him. Rhett, who has been nominated for 4 Grammy Awards, released his fifth studio album, “Country Once again: Side A,” in April.
The Jonas Brothers — St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, Sept. 26
The Jonas Brothers, who reformed 2 years agone after breaking up in 2013, will perform at St. Joseph’southward Amphitheater on Sept. 26 as part of their Remember This tour. The pop rock band, fronted by brothers Nick, Joe and Kevin, has released five studio albums and been nominated for 2 Grammy Awards. Country vocaliser Kelsea Ballerini volition open up the concert at 6 p.m.
Chris Stapleton with Sheryl Crow and Kendell Marvel — St. Joseph’s Wellness Amphitheater at Lakeview, October. 7
Chris Stapleton’s All American Route Show Tour, with special guests Sheryl Crow and Kendell Marvel, will stop in Syracuse on Oct. 7 at St. Joseph’s Amphitheater. The show, which was rescheduled twice due to the pandemic, will begin at 7 p.k. Stapleton, a country singer-songwriter who has won five Grammy Awards, released his quaternary studio anthology “Starting Over” in November 2020.
Lil Tjay — Westcott Theater, Oct. 9
Bronx-native Lil Tjay is performing in Syracuse on Saturday, October. 9. The 20-twelvemonth-old rapper is touring this autumn for his latest album “Destined two Win,” which includes features from Saweetie, Tyga and Fivio Strange. The Columbia Records-signed rapper got his get-go on SoundCloud and broke onto the industry’s scene in 2019. Lil Tjay and special guest Kaash Paige will take the stage at the Westcott Theater for an afternoon matinee performance starting at iii p.thousand.
Lil Durk — The Oncenter Convention Centre, Oct. 17
Lil Durk will perform at the Oncenter Convention Heart in downtown Syracuse on Oct. 17 at eight p.grand. The Chicago-based rapper received ii Grammy nominations for featuring on Drake’s single “Express joy Now Cry Later,” which debuted at number two on the Billboard Hot 100. Toosii, a rapper who grew up in Syracuse, volition open for Lil Durk.
The Flaming Lips — The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater, November. 12
The Grammy-winning psychedelic rock band The Flaming Lips volition play a show at the Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater at viii p.m. on Nov. 12. Last twelvemonth, they released their sixteenth studio album, “American Caput.” Opening is Particle Kid, the musical alias of Micah Nelson, Willie Nelson’s youngest son.
Published on September ii, 2021 at 12:24 am