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Dallas, Texas Concerts You Won’t Want to Miss

The Best Dallas Concerts in 2023

When you think of Dallas, the following things might come to mind: Reunion Tower, the George W. Bush Presidential Library and the Six Flags Over Texas amusement park. Your brain probably conjures up images of horses, wine tasting, and lakes.

But did you know that Dallas is a major stop on many music tours and boasts an enticing list of upcoming concerts? In this handy guide, we’ll explore some of the best Dallas concerts still to come in 2023. Let’s dive in and discover which stars are set to visit this Texas city.

Duran Duran

Performing at the American Airlines Center in Dallas on the evening of Saturday, June 10, Duran Duran’s Future Past Tour promises an amazing night of songs, new and old. Touring for the first time since 2017, fans can expect to hear classic 1980s tracks, including "Hungry Like the Wolf," "A View to a Kill," "Planet Earth" and "Rio." There will also be music from their most recent album, including the songs Invisible and Anniversary.

Tickets are available from Ticketmaster and start from just $30.00 each. With a career spanning over four decades, you’re not going to want to miss this trip down memory lane.

Ava Max

Entering the music scene in 2018 with "Sweet but Psycho," Ava Max has made chart domination look easy. Her debut song went to number one in 22 countries and reached number 10 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. Since then, she’s had multiple other tracks that have enjoyed chart success, including "Kings & Queens" and "My Head & My Heart."

2023’s tour is called On Tour (Finally) and marks her first headline tour. She’ll perform at The Echo Lounge & Music Hall in Dallas, teasing a spectacular event.

You can secure tickets for this event on Friday, June 16, through Live Nation, but you’ll have to be quick as tickets are selling fast. Expect a night of glitz, glamor, diamonds, and dance floors.

Fall Out Boy

As one of the United States’ most successful pop-punk bands, you’re guaranteed to have an enjoyable night singing along to classic hits like "Thnks fr th Mmrs," "Sugar, We’re Goin Down" and "Dance, Dance."

The band’s latest album, released earlier this year, is a return to form for the group and includes upbeat new songs that are instant classics. The tracks "Love From the Other Side" and "Hold Me Like a Grudge" from that album appear in this setlist.

There’s still time to secure tickets for this Wednesday, June 28, performance at the Dos Equis Pavilion. Head to Live Nation now, where tickets for this event start at just $49.50 per person.

Karol G

Colombian singer Karol G’s latest album Mañana Será Bonito is a captivating LP of seventeen reggaeton tracks that has enjoyed massive commercial success in the United States and elsewhere. It quickly became a woman's first all-Spanish language album to reach number one on the U.S. Billboard 200.

The tour celebrating this popular new album arrives at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas on Saturday, September 2, and tickets are still available on Ticketmaster. If you love dancing to Latinx music, this is a tour that you’re not going to want to miss.


Madonna: The Celebration Tour marks the music icon’s twelfth tour, but her first that will properly look back on her four-decade-long career. The setlist is being kept tightly under wraps for now, but we expect it’ll feature lots of her best-known songs, perhaps "Like a Prayer," "Vogue," "Into the Groove" and "Material Girl," to name just a few.

Fans will be pleased to know that the Queen of Pop will be performing two nights in Dallas: Monday, September 18, and Tuesday, September 19. Both events will happen at the American Airlines Center, and tickets are available on Ticketmaster.


All rise for Her Majesty, Queen B. Touring for the first time since 2016, the Renaissance tour is a spectacle that has taken the world by storm. Early reviews of the tour give it five out of five stars. It’s a three-hour high-energy performance that would leave you speechless if it weren’t for the fact that you were singing along to every song.

Beyoncé will be gracing the stage of AT&T Stadium in Dallas on the evening of Thursday, September 21. While tickets sold almost instantly for this event, some resale tickets are available on Ticketmaster.

Songs at the concert will include "Alien Superstar," "Break My Soul," "Crazy in Love" and "Run the World (Girls)." In fact, a remarkable 36 songs are featured in the live event.