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Check Out Who’s Coming to NYC This September

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Check Out Who’s Coming to NYC This September

The weather may be getting cooler, but the music scene in NYC is just warming up. From some of the biggest names in the industry to the hottest newcomers on the block, this month is jam-packed with great acts you’ll just have to see to believe.

Here are a few of the best concerts coming to New York in September.

 

Deadmau5

September 8 @ The Rooftop at Pier 17 | plus, an aftershow @ Schimanski

Get ready for some head-banging dubstep when you head to the Rooftop and then the aftershow for Deadmau5’s dual-concert extravaganza.

 

Dierks Bentley

September 8 @ Madison Square Garden

A country star with over 25 hit singles on the charts, Dierks Bentley’s lovable face and music are all yours to adore on the big screen at Madison Square Garden.

 

Childish Gambino

September 14–15 @ Madison Square Garden

Touring with Rae Sremmurd over a weekend at the iconic MSG, Childish Gambino’s concert is bound to be a rager.

 

Jay Rock

September 18 @ Irving Plaza

This rap star is headed to NYC for one night only, so get your tickets now to get a taste of Jay Rock.

 

Neko Case

September 20 @ Beacon Theatre

Indie-rock singer-songwriter Neko Case is making her NYC rounds later this month, so don’t miss out on a chance to score tickets.

 

Hozier

September 24–26 @ Beacon Theatre

Wouldn’t-be-caught-dead-in-a-church Hozier is headed to the Big Apple for a haunting, folksy weekend of concerts you’re sure to remember.

 

SG Lewis

September 28 @ Elsewhere

A rising electronic artist, SG Lewis has some hits that are bound to be remixed by bigger names down the road, so get in on the madness now so you can say you knew him before he was cool.

 

Ginuwine

September 28 @ Sony Hall

If you want it, go get those tickets, and ride that Ginuwine wave like a pony later this month.

 

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