The 2018 spring and summer concert season is underway in Orlando, offering multiple opportunities to see top names in music.

This spring and summer, some of music's biggest names, as well as some eclectic surprises, are bringing their acts to Orlando. Showcasing pop, country, Latin, rock, R&B and just about every other musical genre, here are dozens of reasons for audiophiles of all ages to visit Orlando in the months to come!

Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts and Bob Carr Theater

Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in Downtown Orlando
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in Downtown Orlando

This state-of-the-art venue in downtown Orlando is the crown jewel of our arts scene. It hosts a wide array of live performances at three indoor theaters and an outdoor plaza. Less than 10 minutes from the main center by vehicle, the Bob Carr Theater is also part of the Dr. Phillips family.

Musical Act


Andy McKee

Mar. 10

Jason Mraz

Mar. 13

Anita Baker (at BobbCarr Theater)

Mar. 16


Mar. 26

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

Apr. 18

Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox

Apr. 20

Sandy Shugart & The January Band

Apr. 23


Apr. 30

Patti LaBelle

May 11

Thomas Wynn & The Believers

May 14


Jul. 18


Amway Center

Located in downtown Orlando, the Amway Center is home to the NBA's Orlando Magic and ECHL's Orlando Solar Bears. It also hosts A-list musical talent throughout the year.

Musical Act


Romeo Santos

Mar. 13

Bon Jovi

Apr. 18

Juanes & Mon Laferte

Apr. 20


Apr. 24

Bad Bunny

Apr. 29

Skillet and For King & Country

May 5

James Taylor & His All-Star Band

May 9

Justin Timberlake

May 14


May 20

Luis Miguel

May 30

Hall & Oates and Train

Jun. 26

Sam Smith

Jul. 11

Silvestre Dangond

Jul. 22

Rod Stewart With Special Guest CyndiLauper

Jul. 26


Aug. 14

Fall Out Boy

Sept. 16


Camping World Stadium

The home of the NFL Pro Bowl, top college bowl games and numerous other sporting events, Camping World Stadium usually hosts at least one megastar music tour each spring and summer. This year, that honor goes to the Eagles and Jimmy Buffett, who will bring their iconic sounds to Orlando for a double bill on Apr. 14.

House of Blues

House of Blues at Disney Springs in Orlando
House of Blues at Disney Springs in Orlando

More than a place to see great music and other live performances, House of Blues features international and American cuisine, folk art and cool collectibles. They're located at Disney Springs®.

Musical Act


Flogging Molly

Mar. 2

Fleet Foxes

Mar. 3

Senses Fail

Mar. 7

Ednita Nazario

Mar. 16

Yacht Rock Review

Mar. 23

Dashboard Confessional

Mar. 25

Broken Social Scene

Mar. 30

Colors: R&B Only

Mar. 31

Vanessa Da Mata

Apr. 1

Why Don't We

Apr. 2

Buddy Guy

Apr. 6

The Revivalists

Apr. 12

George Clinton & ParliamentFunkadelic

May 4

Blue October

May 5

Sum 41

May 7

Whiskey Myers

May 11


May 12

Oh Wonder

May 16

New Found Glory

May 17

Cultura Profetica

May 25


May 26

Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls

Jun. 6

Dua Lipa

Jun. 13

Glass Animals

Jul. 26


Aug. 4


Hard Rock Live®

Head to Universal CityWalk for Orlando's one-of-a-kind Hard Rock. In addition to a robust concert lineup, they have tasty, pub-style food and a wealth of iconic rock memorabilia.

Musical Act


Ricardo Montaner

Mar. 9

Alice Cooper

Mar. 24

REO Speedwagon

Apr. 13

Modest Mouse

Apr. 20


Apr. 26

Ruben Studdard

May 10

Kenny Loggins

May 16


Theme Park Festivals

In addition to Orlando's year-round music venues, keep in mind that top music acts are currently performing at our theme park's spring festivals, and all part of regular park admission. They include:

* – All dates subject to change.

Cover image courtesy Mertz Productions

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