The school year has officially started here in Boston, and while many are eager to start classes, the fun has just begun. It is no secret that the concerts in Boston are a huge part of the city’s nightlife. Thousands of students attend concerts around the city every weekend. Here are a few concerts coming to Boston this fall that you should definitely check out.
Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars or Imagine Dragons at TD Garden
From his top radio hits such as “Shape of You” and “Thinking Out Loud” to his more low-key songs like “Photograph,” Ed Sheeran has captured the heart of America. Sheeran will be performing at the TD Garden Sept. 22 and 23. While sources claim that the concert is indeed sold out, there is still a possibility to grab some tickets from sellers. You don’t want to miss this!
Bruno Mars will be performing at the TD Garden Oct. 7 and 8 for his 24K Magic World Tour. This tour will definitely be one for the books, as Mars has been at the top of the charts multiple times. You’ll be sure to be dancing on your feet all night long.
The Grammy Award-winning alt-rock band Imagine Dragons is coming to Boston Oct. 29. Since 2012, Imagine Dragons has been creating show stopping numbers, and with current hits such as “Thunder” and “Believer,” it is evident that they still got their groove.
Cirque du Soleil Agganis Arena
If you aren’t that into going to the typical concert, this is for you. Cirque du Soleil is coming to Agganis Arena this week, Sept. 6-10. Come see this famous touring circus perform incredible tricks and acrobatic movements. Tickets start at $52.
Oh Wonder at House of Blues: Boston
Popular Boston concert venue House of Blues next to Fenway Park has multiple concerts coming up in the next few months. On Sept. 22, the London songwriting duo Oh Wonder is performing their wispy tunes. LANY, an alternative pop/soul band, is performing on Oct. 11.
Mondo Cozmo or Aminé at Paradise Rock Club
On Sept. 15, folk-rock singer-songwriter Mondo Cozmo will be performing at Paradise Rock Club, right on Boston University’s campus. A down-to-earth fellow, Mondo Cozmo will be sure to put a huge smile on your face while singing his most popular song, “Shine.” Tickets are only $16 plus fees.
If you are a big rap fan, or even just someone who listens to the hit songs on the radio, this is show you will not want to miss. Popular rap artist Aminé, known for his Top 15 of the Billboard Hot 100 chart song “Caroline,” will be making his way to Paradise Rock Club on Oct. 19. Tickets start at $57.
Yoke Lore at The Sinclair
Are you a fan of Walk the Moon? Yoke Lore, formerly of Walk the Moon, has started his own solo project. With an indie pop festival vibe, Yoke Lore has released a few singles, such as “Goodpain” and “Hold Me Down,” that have caught the attention of millions of people. He will be performing at The Sinclair on Oct. 3, with tickets starting at $16.
Overcoats at Brighton Music Hall
Not into the upbeat radio hits or rap? This is the concert for you. Overcoats, an indie pop group that blends folk and jazz with pop, are coming to Brighton Music Hall on Oct. 19. The duo of girls is very into rich harmonies that capture their strong, but delicate, voices. Tickets are $15, and the show is for ages 18 and over.
Solange at the Orpheum Theater
Do you like Beyoncé? You’ll probably love her younger sister even more. With pop-oriented contemporary R&B music, Solange has emerged as her own artist, performing all around the country at music festivals, and now on her own tour. Solange will be performing at the Orpheum Theatre Sept. 28.