Find Your New Favorite Song: March Concert Guide 🎟 🎸🎶

March is officially upon us, which means Spring is on its way, and so is our desire to exit hibernation mode, and enter the go-out-and-do-stuff mode (well, for most of us).

So what better way to begin the new season than hitting up some NYC concerts?

Whether it be date night, a girls/ guys/people night out, or you just wanna go solo, March 2018 is coming through with some dope concert dates for any occasion.

We don’t wanna waste any more time, so without a further or do, here is your official March NYC concert guide!

Dermot Kennedy (March 1 @ Irving Plaza)


If you like: Mumford and Sons or Florence + The Machine

If you love some high-quality songwriting combined with some raw, killer folk vibes, then you will love the Dublin-born singer, songwriter Dermot Kennedy.

Start your March off right with Kennedy at Irving Plaza, March 1st.

Bruno Major (March 6 @ Bowery Ballroom)


If you like: H.E.R or Frank Ocean

Rich in moodiness, and the result of seamless production, the sound of Bruno Major is one that you are not gonna want to miss.

Whether it’s date night, or you just want to discover some new talent, Bruno creates a vibe that is perfect for everyone.

Cupcakke (March 6 @ Le Poisson Rouge)

If you like: Brooke Candy or Azealia Banks

If hard-hitting, no-holds barred rap sounds like a good time to you, then do NOT miss Cupcakke the Rapper at Le Poisson Rouge.

Cupcakke exploded onto the scene this past year, causing waves with her explicit lyrics, yet kind and genuine demeanor.

PnB Rock (March 14 @ Irving Place)

If you like: Lil Yachty or Bryson Tiller

With huge social following and a few great mixtapes under his belt, PnB Rock has already established his place in the rap world as someone to watch.

However, he’s still on the up-and-coming, and if you’re a fan of the sound of the new generation of rap, then a concert by PnB Rock is not one to be missed.

Tall Heights (March 15th @ Rough Trade NYC)


If you like: Hozier or Mumford and Sons

Moody folk meets a new kind of catchy beat with Boston-based duo Tall Heights; the result is an extremely-listenable sound that is already making waves in the indie music world.

Four Tet (March 19-23 @ National Sawdust)


If you like: Bibio or Jon Hopkins

UK-based EDM artist Four Tet is coming to Brooklyn, and if you’re a fan of chill, electronic sounds, you need to be there!

He’s still relatively new as a solo artist, but you’re going to want to be the friend that says you discovered the fantastic sounds of Four Tet.

G-EAZY (March 20 @ Radio City Music Hall)

If you Like: Tyga or Mac Miller

If you have a working phone, or radio, then chances are you’ve had a G-Eazy song stuck in your head within the past two years.

He’s dominated the charts, and now he’s coming to Radio City for a concert that’s sure to be full of hits, and an experience you will not want to pass up.

Justin Timberlake (March 21 @ Madison Square Garden)

If you like: Pharell or Gwen Stefani

Fresh off his February Super Bowl performance, he’s now bringing his high energy, and iconic dance moves to MSG.

He needs no intro, so just get your butts to MSG to see Justin on tour since for the first time 2015.

Billie Eilish (March 23 @ Bowery Ballroom)


If you like: Lorde or Sky Ferreira

She’s an Instagram sensation, and now she’s ready to rule the billboard.

With her modern, and moody millennial style, Billie Eilish is coming to the Bowery Ballroom, and trust me you are going to want to be there with her.

Miguel (March 24 @ Brooklyn Steel)

If you like: Frank Ocean or Trey Songz

Anyone who listens to R&B could pick the smooth sound of Miguel’s heart-melting vocals out of the biggest of crowds.

He’s one of many mainstream hip-hop artists going on tour this year, and if you only plan on going to a couple, here’s one not to be missed.

Ryan Caraveo (March 27 @ Highline Ballroom)

If you like: Logic or Marc E. Bassy

Dark Pop singer/rapper Ryan Caraveo is coming to the Highline Ballroom this month, and let me tell you this is a concert that any millennial with working ears will NOT want to miss.

While he’s still relatively “underground,” Ryan is sure to be killing it on the music charts before you know it.

TOKiMONSTA (March 28 @ Brooklyn Steel)


If you like: Shlohmo or Knxwledge

TOKiMONSTA is an underground DJ that is catching the attention of EDM fans across the world.

Like most DJ’s today, she collaborates with singer/songwriters to create hits that are unique, and incredibly listenable.

Check out our March Concert Guide on Spotify here!

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