Finally, the weather is good enough to dance around some outdoor venues and overall bask in the sun and fun that comes with summer concert season. Every year concert promoters target the summer season to put out the biggest and best concert tours and festivals of the year. This year a few of the perennial festivals are back in full force along with some tours that should prove to be quite exciting.  This years top events range from festivals like Coachella, Bonnaroo, and Summerfest to tours like Justin Timberlake, Paul McCartney, Depeche Mode and Phish.  Keep on reading for a breakdown of information about popular 2012 summer concerts, summer festivals, summer concert tours and some fan favorite summer concert venues…because summer time is certain to be responsible for some of the best concerts of 2013. For folks living in the New York City area, click here to see a complete list of concerts – including free shows – happening this summer. 

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Top Summer Tours

Beyonce “Mrs. Carter” World Tour

After laying low for an ill minute, Beyonce is back and better than ever in 2013. First, she created waves at President Obama’s inauguration, then she wowed the world with her Superbowl performance and impromptu Destiny’s Child reunion. Not long after, she announced plans for a new album and the Mrs. Carter World Tour. The fun kicked off back in April with a performance in Belgrade at the Kombank Arena, and has taken her all the way to Europe, where she’s currently playing at The 02 Arena in London and Dublin. The former Ms. Knowles will touch down in the U.S. on June 28 with at the B.E.T. Experience in Los Angeles, and after trouncing throughout North America for the summer things will wrap up on August 3 at the Barclays Center. Click here for Beyonce tickets, click here for Beyonce tour dates.

Bruno Mars “Moonshine Jungle” Tour

Bruno Mars tickets tour dates If last year somebody were to tell you that Bruno Mars was one of the fastest selling tours of the 2013 summer, most people would scratch their head and say, “who’s Bruno Mars?” This singing sensation burst onto the music scene this year with the hit “Locked Out of Heaven,” and is seemingly unstoppable. The 27-year-old will hit the road this summer for the “Moonshine Jungle” tour, and will be accompanied by Fitz & the Tantrums and Ellie Goulding for select dates. The shows kick off on June 22 at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC, and wraps up on September 1 in San Juan, PR, at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico. Click here for Bruno Mars tickets, click here for Bruno Mars tour dates.

Depeche Mode World Tour

Since forming in 1980, British rockers Depeche Mode have sold over 100 million albums and singles worldwide, making them the most successful electronic band in music history. Currently, you can catch this synthpop phenomenon on a massive world tour which kicks off on May 7 in Tel Aviv. After performing overseas until July 29 (where they will wrap things up with a gig at the Minsk Arena in, well, Minsk), they’ll play their first US show on August 22 in Detroit, MI, at the DTE Energy Music Theatre. Joining them on the road will be Crystal Castles, a gruesome electronic twosome. Check out the latest DM album, “Delta Machine,” which dropped on March 26. Click here for Depeche Mode tickets, click here for Depeche Mode tour dates.

Justin Bieber “Believe” Tour

What’s there to say about Justin Bieber that hasn’t already been said? (Or that we haven’t already said, for that matter.) It seems the 19-year-old pop singer hasn’t had a break in touring since the “Believe” tour kicked off back in September, and between the Anne Frank comments and the Selena Gomez turmoil, personally we think he needs a lil’ vaca. We’re worried about you, Beebz! Nevertheless, this music megastar is unstoppable and this summer you can catch him performing throughout North America. The summer leg of his tour kicks off on June 22nd at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, CA, followed by gigs in Chicago, Toronto, Brooklyn and Tampa. The fun wraps up on August 10 in Atlanta, GA, at the Philips Arena, so catch him while you can (we have a feeling he’s going to take a big vacation after this). Click here for Justin Bieber tickets, click here for Justin Bieber tour dates.

Justin Timberlake / Jay-Z “Legends of the Summer” Tour

Justin Timberlake tour dates ticketsJustin Timberlake has come back in a big way this year, and rapping right alongside of him (and on a verse of his hit single, “Suit and Tie”) is HOVA himself. Not to be outdone by Lady B, the two soulful singers have teamed up for what should be an epic summer tour. The “Legends of the Summer” soiree will kick off on July 17 at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, ON, followed by a performance at Yankee Stadium. The duo will also make their way to the West Coast for shows in San Francisco and Los Angeles, before heading to Miami on August 16 to wrap things up at the Sun Life Stadium. Oh, and by the way, have you peeped the new JT album yet? Because it’s pretty incredible. Click here for Justin Timberlake “Legends of the Summer” tickets, click here for Justin Timberlake “Legends of the Summer” tour dates.

One Direction Tour 2013

If Justin Bieber were British and cloned five times, you would have One Direction. These UK heartthrobs got their start after coming in third on the UK version of The X Factor, and since then they’ve found their place in the hearts of many-a-tween with hits like “What Makes You Beautiful” and “Live While We’re Young.” Frontman Harry Styles has also made a name for himself as being ex-boyfriend number… 4, 5, 6?… of Taylor Swift. Luckily, the young hottie is single now, and perhaps the best chance to meet and woo him is to check out One Direction on tour this summer. On June 13 they’ll kick things off with a performance in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, at the BankAtlantic Center, followed by shows in Nashville, D.C. and Boston. The fun wraps up on August 7 in Los Angeles, CA, at the Staples Center. Click here for One Direction tickets, click here for One Direction tour dates.

Paul McCartney “Out There” Tour

Sir Paul McCartney has just kicked off a summer tour that will see the 70-year-old rock n’ roll legend in six countries from May to August. The “Out There” tour kicked off last week in Belo Horizonte, BR, and classic Beatles tunes “Your Mother Should Know,” “Lovely Rita,” “All Together Now” and “Being for the Benefit of Mr Kite” were performed live for the first time ever. The trek will include stops in Florida, New York and Tennessee, where Sir Paul will play a headlining slot at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival on June 14. The extensive tour comes to a close on August 14 with a show at Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field in Saskatoon, CA. Click here for Paul McCartney “Out There” tickets, click here for Paul McCartney “Out There” tour dates.

Phish Summer Tour 2013

Phish tour ticketsPhish is one of the hardest touring bands, well, ever. (Read more about that here.) This four-piece jam band has sold out stadium after stadium, amphitheater after amphitheater, yet have never had a single chart in a Billboard top 10. In true innovative Phish fashion, earlier this year they announced dates for their summer tour through a re-imagined “Apocalypse Now” video starring the band’s drummer, Jon Fishman. While Phans are eager to get on the road and start following their favorite band around the country, the tour doesn’t kick off until July 3 in Bangor, ME, at Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion. They’ll make the usual stops in Saratoga, NY, San Francisco, CA, and Commerce City, CO. You can also catch frontman Trey Anastasio when he headlines Hangout Music Fest in Gulf Shores, AL, on May 17. Click here for Phish summer tickets, click here for Phish summer tour dates.

Rolling Stones “50 & Counting” Tour

The Rolling Stones seemed to take pleasure in tormenting their fans earlier this year, when they spent March and April teasing the masses with alleged headlining gigs and tour dates. Finally, in early April, they announced official news: They would be embarking on a 19-date jaunt throughout North America and Europe, which includes a headlining gig in Glastonbury Music Festival on June 29. The “50 & Counting” tour kicked off last week with a performance in Los Angeles, CA, at the Staples Center, where they played hits like It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll, Start Me Up and You Can’t Always Get What You Want. The show opened with the UCLA Bruin Marching Band helping the 50-year-old rockers with a rendition of Get Off of My Cloud, and later in the show both Gwen Stefani and Keith Urban made surprise appearances. Check out the Rolling Stones when they makes stops in Chicago, Boston and Philly throughout the summer, and wraps up on July 13 in London’s Hyde Park. Click here for Rolling Stones “50 & Counting” tickets, click here for Rolling Stones “50 & Counting” tour dates.

Taylor Swift “Red” Tour

In between dating, breaking up with, then writing songs about hot young male celebs, Taylor Swift also works as a pretty talented musician. The young songstress is currently in the middle of an extensive tour for her latest album, “Red,” which kicked off on March 13 in Omaha, NE. Joining her on the road is Ed Sheeran, the english singer/songwriter responsible for hit single “The A-Team.” The summer leg of the tour kicks off in June, when Ms. Swift will perform shows in Canada, Kansas City, Chicago and Los Angeles. It comes to a close with a three-night header in Nashville, TN, September 19-21, the city in which Swift first got her start. Click here for Taylor Swift “Red” tickets, click here for Taylor Swift “Red” tour dates.

Summer Concert Events & Tickets

2013 Summer Concerts in the U.S.

For a complete list of summer concert tickets, click here.

Complete List of 2013 Summer Concerts

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Artist Start Date* End Date* Avg. Resale Price
311 w. G. Love & Special Sauce & Cypress Hill 7/2/13 8/3/13 $94.92
Alice Cooper 6/21/13 7/20/13 $143.51
Alt-J 8/27/13 9/21/13 $69.75
American Idols Live 7/13/13 8/29/13 $228.70
Americanarama Festival w. Bob Dylan & Wilco 6/26/13 8/4/13 $128.52
Americas Most Wanted Tour w. Lil Wayne, T.I., Future 7/9/13 9/1/13 $116.53
Barenaked Ladies w. Ben Folds and Guster 6/22/13 7/28/13 $127.05
Beyonce 6/29/13 8/5/13 $254.56
Big Time Rush w. Victoria Justice 6/21/13 8/10/13 $113.58
Black Crowes w. Tedeschi Trucks Band 7/19/13 8/14/13 $150.39
Black Sabbath w. Andrew W.K. 7/31/13 9/3/13 $173.25
Country Megaticket w. Blake Shelton 7/19/13 9/21/13 $91.40
Brad Paisley w. Chris Young & Lee Brice 6/21/13 8/31/13 $93.53
Bruno Mars w. Ellie Goulding 6/22/13 8/30/13 $156.01
Celine Dion 6/22/13 9/1/13 $241.50
Chicago 6/22/13 9/15/13 $154.07
Counting Crows w. The Wallflowers 6/21/13 7/21/13 $144.13
Cyndi Lauper 6/21/13 7/12/13 $138.24
Dave Matthews Band w. Brandi Carlile 6/21/13 9/8/13 $154.22
Depeche Mode w. Bat for Lashes 8/22/13 9/20/13 $186.80
Eagles 7/6/13 7/25/13 $234.52
Fall Out Boy w. Panic! At The Disco 6/22/13 9/21/13 $79.23
Fleetwood Mac 6/21/13 9/21/13 $174.69
fun. with Tegan and Sara 7/6/13 9/19/13 $88.20
Furthur 7/11/13 9/21/13 $187.40
Harry Connick Jr. 6/22/13 8/10/13 $221.14
Heart w. Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience 6/21/13 9/21/13 $137.86
Ian Anderson w. Jethro Tull 6/30/13 7/21/13 $192.52
Jason Aldean w. Miranda Lambert & Jake Owen 7/12/13 9/21/13 $149.19
Jimmy Buffett 6/22/13 8/22/13 $147.39
John Mayer w. Phillip Phillips 7/7/13 9/8/13 $143.44
Jonas Brothers 7/10/13 8/16/13 $156.78
Journey 6/28/13 8/29/13 $95.65
Justin Bieber 6/22/13 8/10/13 $188.08
Justin Timberlake w. Jay-Z 7/17/13 8/16/13 $189.34
Keith Urban w. Little Big Town 7/18/13 9/21/13 $131.42
Kenny Chesney w. Eli Young Band 6/22/13 8/24/13 $137.44
Kid Rock w. ZZ Top 6/21/13 9/15/13 $81.95
Kiss w. Shinedown 7/6/13 8/16/13 $201.43
Luke Bryan 7/11/13 9/21/13 $98.92
Lynyrd Skynyrd w. Bad Company 6/21/13 9/19/13 $131.76
Honda Civic Tour w. Maroon 5 & Kelly Clarkson 6/22/13 9/19/13 $139.10
Matchbox Twenty w. Goo Goo Dolls 6/25/13 8/18/13 $125.59
Michael Buble 6/30/13 7/19/13 $160.38
Miranda Lambert w. Dierks Bentley 7/26/13 9/21/13 $77.81
New Kids on the Block w. 98 Degrees & Boyz II Men 6/21/13 8/4/13 $118.90
O.A.R. 6/21/13 8/3/13 $81.34
One Direction 6/21/13 8/10/13 $231.61
Ravinia Festival w. OneRepublic 7/23/13 9/8/13 $127.95
Peter Frampton w. Robert Cray 6/22/13 8/28/13 $162.42
Phish 7/3/13 9/1/13 $123.22
Rascal Flatts w. The Band Perry 6/27/13 9/14/13 $106.75
Robert Plant w. The Sensational Space Shifters 6/21/13 7/27/13 $201.64
Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival w. Rob Zombie 6/29/13 8/4/13 $101.46
Rockstar Energy Uproar Festival w. Alice in Chains 8/9/13 9/15/13 $132.85
Rush 6/21/13 8/4/13 $195.26
She & Him 6/21/13 7/11/13 $98.72
Slightly Stoopid w. Atmosphere and Tribal Seeds 7/10/13 8/21/13 $86.00
Steely Dan 7/19/13 9/21/13 $204.70
Steve Miller Band 6/21/13 8/8/13 $147.37
Summerfest w. Violent Femmes, The Avett Brothers 6/26/13 7/7/13 $146.61
Taylor Swift w. Ed Sheeran 6/22/13 9/21/13 $175.36
The Postal Service w. Big Freedia 7/17/13 8/2/13 $76.43
Tim McGraw w. Kip Moore 6/22/13 9/2/13 $143.46
Toby Keith 6/21/13 9/21/13 $101.84
Train 6/27/13 8/14/13 $108.16
Vans Warped Tour w. The Used 6/21/13 8/4/13 $57.45
Widespread Panic 6/22/13 7/20/13 $110.59
Under the Influence of Music Tour w. Wiz Khalifa & A$AP Rocky 7/17/13 8/11/13 $59.89
Yes 7/7/13 8/12/13 $179.13
Zac Brown Band 6/21/13 9/14/13 $118.94

*Start & End Dates only reflect those which fall under the months of summer.

Top 100 Summer Concerts

As determined by secondary market ticket prices.

EventVenueCityStateDateAvg. Price

Rolling Stones Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia PA 6/18/2013 $436.63
Rolling Stones United Center Chicago IL 6/3/2013 $411.1
Rolling Stones TD Garden Boston MA 6/12/2013 $409.29
Beyonce Barclays Center Brooklyn NY 8/3/2013 $408.29
Rolling Stones Verizon Center Washington DC 6/24/2013 $395.44
One Direction Toyota Center Houston TX 7/21/2013 $395.15
Rolling Stones Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia PA 6/21/2013 $395.15
Pearl Jam Wrigley Field Chicago IL 7/19/2013 $389.16
Eagles Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville CT 7/18/2013 $387.15
Rolling Stones Air Canada Centre Toronto ON 6/6/2013 $368.99
Rolling Stones TD Garden Boston MA 6/14/2013 $367.15
Rolling Stones Bell Centre Montreal QC 6/9/2013 $364.86
Beyonce MGM Grand Garden Arena Las Vegas NV 6/29/2013 $361.8
Aerosmith MGM Grand at Foxwoods Mashantucket CT 7/10/2013 $358.15
Pearl Jam John Labatt Centre London ON 7/16/2013 $343.75
George Strait with Martina McBride Alamodome San Antonio TX 6/1/2013 $342.27
One Direction American Airlines Center Dallas TX 7/22/2013 $342.24
One Direction Mandalay Bay Events Center Las Vegas NV 8/3/2013 $337.28
Steely Dan Humphrey’s Concerts By The Bay San Diego CA 8/21/2013 $333.65
Beyonce Barclays Center Brooklyn NY 8/4/2013 $320.41
One Direction Rogers Arena Vancouver BC 7/27/2013 $310.26
Sting Borgata Casino Music Box Atlantic City NJ 6/15/2013 $307.12
Beyonce United Center Chicago IL 7/17/2013 $301.15
One Direction Izod Center East Rutherford NJ 7/2/2013 $299.97
Van Halen California Mid-State Fair Paso Robles CA 7/24/2013 $297.1
One Direction American Airlines Arena Miami FL 6/14/2013 $296.68
Sting Borgata Casino Music Box Atlantic City NJ 6/14/2013 $294.49
One Direction Air Canada Centre Toronto ON 7/9/2013 $290.2
Beyonce Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville CT 8/2/2013 $289.37
Beyonce Toyota Center Houston TX 7/15/2013 $289.26
Phish Charter One Pavilion at Northerly Island Chicago IL 7/19/2013 $289.14
One Direction Air Canada Centre Toronto ON 7/10/2013 $288.75
One Direction Philips Arena Atlanta GA 6/21/2013 $285.28
One Direction Sprint Center Kansas City MO 7/19/2013 $284.5
One Direction Mandalay Bay Events Center Las Vegas NV 8/2/2013 $278.98
Beyonce Arena at Gwinnett Center Duluth GA 7/12/2013 $278.78
Paul McCartney Scotiabank Place Kanata ON 7/7/2013 $276.34
Beyonce Verizon Center Washington DC 7/29/2013 $275.01
Beyonce American Airlines Center Dallas TX 7/6/2013 $275
One Direction Bell Centre Montreal QC 7/4/2013 $270.79
Paul McCartney Barclays Center Brooklyn NY 6/8/2013 $268.48
Beyonce Air Canada Centre Toronto ON 7/21/2013 $266.79
Fleetwood Mac American Airlines Center Dallas TX 6/4/2013 $266.77
Paul McCartney Barclays Center Brooklyn NY 6/10/2013 $266.62
One Direction Bridgestone Arena Nashville TN 6/19/2013 $262.37
Fleetwood Mac Toyota Center Houston TX 6/5/2013 $259.94
One Direction HP Pavilion at San Jose San Jose CA 7/30/2013 $259.55
One Direction PNC Arena Raleigh NC 6/22/2013 $256.82
Beyonce Boardwalk Hall Atlantic City NJ 7/26/2013 $254.91
Beyonce Staples Center Los Angeles CA 7/1/2013 $254.77
Eagles Comcast Center Mansfield MA 7/19/2013 $253.81
Beyonce Time Warner Cable Arena Charlotte NC 7/27/2013 $253.79
Paul McCartney Bankers Life Fieldhouse Indianapolis IN 7/14/2013 $253.4
One Direction Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia PA 6/25/2013 $252.96
Beyonce HP Pavilion at San Jose San Jose CA 7/2/2013 $252.79
One Direction Nationwide Arena Columbus OH 6/18/2013 $252.56
One Direction Staples Center Los Angeles CA 8/10/2013 $251.66
One Direction The Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills MI 7/12/2013 $251.45
One Direction Target Center Minneapolis MN 7/18/2013 $250.64
Sting Santa Barbara Bowl Santa Barbara CA 6/3/2013 $250.46
Beyonce TD Garden Boston MA 7/23/2013 $250.31
Steely Dan Nokia Theatre LA Live Los Angeles CA 8/24/2013 $247.96
One Direction Verizon Center Washington DC 6/23/2013 $247.39
Paul McCartney Fenway Park Boston MA 7/9/2013 $246.9
Beyonce Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia PA 7/25/2013 $246.29
Taylor Swift with Ed Sheeran Pepsi Center Denver CO 6/2/2013 $245.9
Eagles Verizon Center Washington DC 7/22/2013 $245.44
One Direction Key Arena Seattle WA 7/28/2013 $243.8
Rush USANA Amphitheatre West Valley City UT 7/31/2013 $241.76
One Direction Oracle Arena Oakland CA 7/31/2013 $241.47
One Direction Nikon at Jones Beach Theater Wantagh NY 6/29/2013 $241.45
Beyonce Verizon Center Washington DC 7/30/2013 $241.12
Eagles Air Canada Centre Toronto ON 7/11/2013 $240.47
Steely Dan Bass Concert Hall Austin TX 8/28/2013 $238.89
Justin Timberlake with Jay-Z Rose Bowl Pasadena CA 7/28/2013 $238.52
Taylor Swift with Ed Sheeran and Casey James Sleep Train Arena Sacramento CA 8/27/2013 $238.24
Justin Timberlake with Jay-Z Fenway Park Boston MA 8/10/2013 $237.58
Eagles Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia PA 7/16/2013 $237.51
Adam Lambert with San Diego County Fair Del Mar Fairgrounds Del Mar CA 7/2/2013 $235.8
One Direction Staples Center Los Angeles CA 8/8/2013 $235.69
One Direction KFC Yum! Center Louisville KY 6/16/2013 $235.47
Justin Bieber First Niagara Center Buffalo NY 7/15/2013 $234.55
Fleetwood Mac Philips Arena Atlanta GA 6/10/2013 $233.71
One Direction Comcast Center Mansfield MA 6/26/2013 $233.64
Eagles KFC Yum! Center Louisville KY 7/6/2013 $232.37
Fleetwood Mac Time Warner Cable Arena Charlotte NC 6/24/2013 $231.75
Bruno Mars with Ellie Goulding Staples Center Los Angeles CA 7/27/2013 $229.22
Jackson Browne State Theatre New Brunswick NJ 7/2/2013 $228.29
Beyonce Bridgestone Arena Nashville TN 7/13/2013 $227.62
Taylor Swift with Ed Sheeran EnergySolutions Arena Salt Lake City UT 6/1/2013 $225.13
One Direction Maverik Center Salt Lake City UT 7/25/2013 $224.63
Rush Halifax Metro Centre Halifax NS 7/12/2013 $224.47
One Direction Pepsi Center Denver CO 7/24/2013 $224.05
Eagles Bethel Woods Center For The Arts Bethel NY 7/25/2013 $223.57
Beyonce Barclays Center Brooklyn NY 8/5/2013 $223.36
Rush Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs NY 6/25/2013 $222.8
Beyonce The Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills MI 7/20/2013 $222.65
One Direction Nikon at Jones Beach Theater Wantagh NY 6/28/2013 $221.94
Fleetwood Mac Pepsi Center Denver CO 6/1/2013 $221.58
Bruno Mars with Ellie Goulding Toyota Center Houston TX 8/15/2013 $221.21

Most Expensive Summer Concert Tickets

When it comes to summer throw-downs, it’s no surprise that Beyonce – err, Mrs. Carter – is at the top of the list. On average, B’s tickets are selling for $254 on the secondary market, followed closely by the iconic Celine Dion, who is currently performing at her Vegas Residency.

most expensive tickets on the secondary market 2013

Summer Concert Venues

Most concert goers regard summer outdoor venues as some of the best places to experience a concert.  The whole aura of being outdoors and enjoying the fresh air while listening to some great tunes is always a good time.  From the Hollywood Bowl in California to the Summer Stage Concert series at Central Park in New York, outdoor venues are gearing up for the summer.  Follow the links below to read more about outdoor venues and which ones draw the highest ticket prices on average.

Summer Concert Venues Link Roundup

Summer Concert Link Roundup

Summer Festivals

If you don’t have the time to attend a bunch of concerts to see you favorite artists or if you want to get a great bang for your buck, the summer festivals are your best bet.  Whether its a travelling festival like the Vans Warped Tour or a one time only festival like Coachella, there is a festival out there to suit your needs.  The vibe at festivals is unrivaled most regular concerts in that the crowd is usually larger and it gives you the chance to see a few new bands who could be next years big thing.  Summer festivals are here to stay and shouldn’t be missed.

Summer Festivals Link Roundup

City by City Concert Guides

Summer Concert Photos

Haris Alexiou performing live in Zakynthos.

Haris Alexiou performing live in Zakynthos.*

Keane on stage at Sherwood Pines Forest Park

Keane on stage at Sherwood Pines Forest Park

Hoxeyville Music Festival

Hoxeyville Music Festival**

Moseley Park

Moseley Park

Summer Concert Videos

Sam Adams – Driving Me Crazy at Bamboozle 2010

Lady Gaga Crowd Surfing at Lollapalooza 2010

MGMT – Kids at Lollapalooza 2010

Lady Gaga – Bad Romance Lollapalooza 2010

Note that we will be constantly updating this summer concerts page as we produce more content and as new data and media surfaces. Will you be going to a summer concert this year? In your opinion, what are the best concerts for summer 2011? How do you  normally buy your tickets? On Live Nation, TicketMaster or from the secondary market? I would love to hear your thoughts below.

* Image courtesy of Flickr user RobW_

** Image courtesy of FLickr user Hoxeyville Music Festival