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It’s not too early to plan what concerts in South Florida you want to see as tickets can sell out quickly.  We’ve put together a list of the top venues for concerts from Miami to Palm Beach as well as offerings in a variety of genres. You’ll find our picks in pop, indie, hard rock, Latin, R&B and country acts as well as singer/songwriters. We’re sure once you peruse what we’re showcasing, your calendar’s going to fill up from now until December!

Music Miami

American Airlines Arena, 601 Biscayne Blvd., Downtown Miami 

 

Carlos Vives – Sept. 15

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The Grammy Award-winning Colombian singer whose music is a combination of traditional Colombian Cumbia, rock, pop and reggaeton, performs songs from his latest album “Vives” including the single “Robarte Un Beso” and “La Bicicleta.” He’ll also perform from hits from his albums that date back to 1986.

 

Romeo Santos – Oct. 11

 

The singer/songwriter bring his “Golden Tour” to Miami where he’ll perform songs from his latest album “Golden.” The Latin music superstar is a multi-platinum artist and considered “The King of Bachata.” His hits include “Bella y Sensual,” “Imitadora” and “Eres Mia.”

 

Chayanne – Oct. 14

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The Puerto Rican Latin pop singer who has sold 30 million albums worldwide stops in Miami on his “Desde El Alma Tour” and performs his biggest hits from his 15 studio albums. Hear him belt out his biggest hits including “Y tu Te Vas” and “Completamente Enamorados.”

 

Marc Anthony – Nov. 16

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Another Puerto Rican superstar, Anthony is beloved by his fans who love his monster hits like “I Need to Know” and he’s coming to Miami on his Legacy Tour. He’ll perform his other most popular chart-topping songs “You Sang to Me,” “When I Dream at Night” and “Ahora Quien.”

 

Elton John – Nov. 24

The flamboyant dresser and ultimate performer, Elton John has been composing hits at his piano since the 1970s. His multi-decade career has produced monster hits like “Candle in the Wind,” “Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting” and “I’m Still Standing.” He also plays the BB&T Center Nov. 23.

 

Bayfront Park Amphitheater, 301 Biscayne Blvd., Downtown Miami

 

Lauryn Hill – Oct. 15

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Formerly with the indie group Fugees, Hill broke out on her own and put out the award-winning solo album “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” 20 years ago. She’s touring to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of her groundbreaking album to perform “Doo Woop (That Thing)” and “Everything Is Everything.”

Fillmore Miami Beach, 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach

 

Sting & Shaggy – Sept. 15

The rock singer Sting and the Jamaican musician and singer Shaggy bring their “44/876” Tour in support of their joint album, to South Beach. Expect to hear “Angel,” “Walking on the Moon/Get Up Stand Up” and “Every Little Thing She Does is Magic.”

 

David Byrne – Sept. 29

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The former Talking Heads front man has found success as a solo artist with several albums and is singing hits from those on his “American Utopia” Tour. He’ll perform “This Must be the Place (Naïve Melody),” “I Dance Like This,” “Bullet” and “Once in a Lifetime.”

 

Simple Minds – Nov. 8

One of their biggest and most memorable hits “Don’t you Forget About Me” from “The Breakfast Club” soundtrack, they have plenty of other hits you’ll recognize. On their “Grandslam 18” tour they’ll play their monster hit along with “Promised You a Miracle,” “All the Things She Said” and “Alive and Kicking.”

 

Ray LaMontange – Nov. 10

The singer-songwriter is joined by bassist John Stirratt from the country band Wilco, on his current Acoustic Tour. They’ll perform “As Black as Blood is Blue,” “No Answer Arrives,” “Goodbye Blue Sky” and “Part of the Light.”

 

 

Music Fort Lauderdale and Broward

BB&T Center, 1 Panther Parkway, Sunrise, FL 

 

Paul Simon – Sept. 8

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Launching a stellar solo career after his success as the duo Simon & Garfunkel, brings his “Homeward Bound – The Farewell Tour” to Sunrise where you can expect to hear his hits “Kodachrome,” “You Can Call Me Al” and “Loves Me Like A Rock” as well as the title track from his hit album “Graceland.”

 

Phil Collins – Oct. 5

The singer is touring on his “Not Dead Yet Tour,” his first in 12 years with his son Nicolas on drums. He’s sure to perform his hits “Another Day in Paradise,” “Sussudio,” “Separate Lives” and “Against All Odds.”

 

 

Broward Center for the Performing Arts, 201 SW 5 Ave., Fort Lauderdale

 

KD Lang – Sept. 7

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Canadian singer-songwriter scored a massive hit with “Constant Craving” and brings her “Ingenue Redux Tour” to Downtown Fort Lauderdale, where she’ll perform “Honey and Smoke,” “So It Shall Be” and “Outside Myself.”

 

Mary Chapin Carpenter – Oct. 12

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Celebrating her 30-year recording career, Chapin Carpenter is touring to support her latest album “Sometimes Just the Sky” and from it she’ll perform “Naked to the Eye” and the title track “Sometimes Just the Sky.”

 

Bob Dylan & His Band – Oct. 24

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The legendary singer/songwriter/poet whose latest release “Trouble No More” Vol. 13 of his Bootleg Series, hits the road and performs “Lay Lady Lay,” “All Along the Watchtower,” “It Ain’t Me Babe” and “Tryin’ to Get to Heaven.”

Music Palm Beach

 

Coral Sky Amphitheater, 601-7 Sansbury Way, West Palm Beach

 

Dierks Bentley – Sept. 14

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The mega country star’s “Mountain High Tour” is high energy show where he’ll perform some of his biggest hits including “Am I The Only One,” “Drunk on a Plane” and “What was I Thinkin’.”

 

Niall Horan – Sept. 23

The Indie singer-songwriter and former member of the boy band One Direction is on his “Flicker World Tour” and performing “On the Loose,” “Paper Houses,” “So Long” and “On My Own.”

 

Lady Antebellum & Darius Rucker – Sept. 29

The country trio and opening country act Darius Rucker, former lead singer of Hootie & the Blowfish, perform “Bartender,” “Hold My Hand,” “I Run to You” and “Looking for a Good Time.”

Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, 701 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach

 

Stephen Stills & Judy Collins Nov. 13

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The superstar duo whose long careers span more than 40 years each, perform their hits on their current tour. They’ll join voices to sing “You Don’t Have to Cry,” “Long May You Run,” “Houses” and many more.

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