July 28

Top 3 Concerts Coming to Dallas This Fall


Lifehouse & Switchfoot 
These rock bands will perform at Pavilion at the Music Factory, located on Las Colinas Boulevard in Irving, which is about 13 miles from Dallas. Lifehouse includes three musicians and earned the No. 2 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with their hit song, “Hanging by a Moment.” The band has released six albums and has sold more than 15 million copies across the globe.
Switchfoot is a California-based rock band with five members that achieved early success on the Christian rock music scene. Fans of the group praise their energetic live shows, making this an exciting concert to catch when it comes to the area. It will take place at 7 p.m. September 4; ticket prices are $20 to $53.50.

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill 
This husband-and-wife duo is extremely popular among country music fans, making this one of the most exciting shows coming to Dallas this fall. The show will take place on October 7 at American Airlines Center. It will be part of the power couple’s Soul2Soul The World Tour 2017 as they celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary. Not only are these two excellent musicians, but for many people, they also serve as an inspirational couple.
It also celebrates the 10th anniversary of the successful Soul2Soul II Tour, which was the highest-grossing country music tour that spanned multiple years. Faith Hill hasn’t toured in a decade, making it an exciting opportunity for fans to see her perform. Tickets are $70.
Bruno Mars
Fans of all music genres often find themselves singing and dancing along with Bruno Mars’ musical hits. With famous songs like “Just the Way You Are,” “Grenade,” and “24K Magic,” this musician is sure to delight anyone who attends the show. He is an American singer-songwriter, choreographer, instrumentalist, and record producer.
With so many talents, Mars always puts on an amazing show, as fans know from watching his halftime performance at the Super Bowl in 2014. He also earned a spot on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list in 2013. His backup band, The Hooligans, will accompany his performance with instruments like keyboards, horns, drums, electric guitar, and bass. The concert will take place  at 8 p.m. October 27 at American Airlines Center. Tickets are $50.
Even people who aren’t music fanatics will enjoy the experience of going to a concert. The atmosphere is always powerful since you’ll be surrounded by people who are having fun while listening to the band or musician. If you’re waiting in line, you might meet some new friends and talk about your favorite experiences and moments from the set. Make sure to catch these upcoming concerts in the Dallas area to enjoy these moments for yourself. You could even have the chance to meet some of the musicians at the show.
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