Twas the season for the holidays a few weeks ago, but ’tis the season for spring and summer concert announcements now, and local promoters have been busy in recent weeks.
Among them, JJ’s Live has been announcing shows like crazy lately.
Since we last checked in with the venue in November, a host of new spring and summer shows in a host of genres have been announced, and it appears as though the venue is just getting started.
Among them, legendary producer Diplo will perform with his new project Diplo presents Thomas Wesley on March 14. Tickets go on sale on Jan. 20.
There’s a big hip hop show with rapper Rick Ross coming to the venue on Friday, March 3.
Some new country shows have also been added recently, with Ian Munsich on Saturday, March 4, and Riley Green on March 10.
Jam band Umphree’s McGee will take the stage on Wednesday, April 19.
Another big show is set for Wednesday, April 5 with 90s alternative/pop band Third Eye Blind is set to perform.
In addition to al these, just a few minute ago venue announced Houndmouth is coming to town for a show on March 31.
This is all on top of the previously-announced shows which included Dawes, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Jerry Cantrell, Wood Brothers, and others.
The full lineup of shows announced to date is below.
Ticket prices, on sale dates, and more information is available at jjslive.com.
Upcoming shows at JJ’s Live
Jan. 20 – Gimme Gimme Disco
Jan. 21 – Emo Night Brooklyn
Jan. 27 – Slippery When Wet Bon Jovi Tribute
Jan. 28 – Red Not Chili Peppers
Feb. 1 – St. Paul & the Broken Bones
Feb. 3 – 90s Hip Hop Party
Feb. 10 – The Harry Party
Feb. 11 – That Arena Rock Show
Feb. 17 – Best Night Ever: Taylor’s Version
Feb. 18 – The Rodeo Rave (Country Night)
March 3 – Rick Ross
March 4 – Ian Munsick
March 5 – Jerry Cantrell
March 7 – Flogging Mollly / Anti-Flag / Skinny Lister
March 10 – Riley Green
March 14 – Diplo Presents Thomas Wesley
March 16 – Throwback Thursday – 2000s Party
March 19 – Drive By Truckers / Margo Cilker
April 1 – Bryce Vine
April 5 – Third Eye Blind
April 11 – Dawes
April 15 – Judah & The Lion
April 18 – The Wood Brothers
April 19 – Umphrey’s McGee
May 20 – Hippo Campus