Concerts in Miami are everywhere, but the sheer amount of live music in the city can be a tad overwhelming if you don’t know where to look. Latin jazz, grimy punk, reggaeton, hip-hop—we’ve got that and more bumping around town on a weekly basis. Of course, you can always rely on the best live music venues in Miami, or go more specific with the best jazz and Latin music clubs in Miami. You can even catch some live music as part of the best free things to do in Miami. But you’re only human and there are only so many hours in the day. You can’t possibly be expected to keep tabs on every Miami concert and music event happening in this city. So let us do that for you.
Best concerts in Miami
Sure, it’s Christmas music, but with pyrotechnics, lasers and enough epic shredding to blow Santa’s beard off. Just wait until this arena-rock band plays “What Child Is This”—your grandma will be headbanging in the aisles.
Detroit native Diana Ross, who rose to fame as the lead singer of the Supremes (Motown’s most successful act and the best charting female group in US history), went on to forge a decades-long solo career that produced numerous No. 1 hits and earned her the title of Billboard’s Female Entertainer of the Century in 1993. The disco queen herself graces Miami with two nights performing at the intimate and historic Miami Beach venue the Fillmore.
The OG mononymous icon wraps up the North American leg of her massive Madame X tour with a whopping seven dates at an intimate, historic Miami Beach venue.
Jonas Brothers headline another festive edition of iHeartRadio’s annual Jingle Ball tour, which goes down in Sunrise at BB&T Center on Sunday. Other highlights from the pop-heavy lineup include upbeat R&B crooner Khalid, reggaeton it-boy Ozuna and former One Direction member, singer-songwriter Niall Horan.
Working with everyone from Ozuna and Daddy Yankee to Meek Mill and 6ix9ineBorn, Puerto Rico-born Anuel AA has become synonymous with the exploding Latin trap movement and even earned the Billboard Latin Music Award for New Artist of the Year for 2019. Catch him touring in Miami in support of his debut album, Real Hasta la Muerte.
Hosted and headlined by the jazz-funk collective Snarky Puppy, this three-day beach fest gives attendees an intimate experience via workshops with artists and hangouts with musicians. The lineup includes Michael McDonald, Miami-raised jazz vocalist Cécile McLorin Salvant and Flor de Toloache, an all-women mariachi group.
Kick off 2020 in the most Miami way possible: at an over-the-top concert with 150,000 party people getting down to the sexy sounds of Mr. 305.
Jonatics, try to contain yourselves. Fresh off the heels of a celebrated reunion tour, the multiplatinum pop trio stops at Fontainebleau for its legendary New Year’s Eve blowout.