The best concerts coming to New Orleans in fall 2023
As the Beyhive knows, the countdown to Beyoncé's fall appearance in New Orleans is officially on. But there are plenty more concerts to mark on your calendars between now and the end of 2023.
Driving the news: While New Orleans never has any musical shortage, the city has a host of marquee performances to look forward to in fall 2023. This is your guide to all your favorites.
Here's who's headed to New Orleans' stages:
Sept. 1: $UICIDEBOY$ at the Smoothie King Center. Tickets.
Sept. 2: It's a Louisiana Saturday Night with Garth Brooks at Caesar's Superdome for Louisiana's Sugar Bowl Country Kickoff. Tickets.
Sept. 10: Coheed and Cambria at the Fillmore. Tickets.
Sept. 13: Jessie Murph at the Joy. Tickets.
Sept. 20: Drake with 21 Savage was scheduled to appear at the Smoothie King Center, but the date has been postponed for a second time, according to Fox 8.
Sept. 21: Victoria Monet at the Joy. Tickets.
Sept. 22: Broken Social Scene at the Civic. Tickets.
Sept. 24: Ty Dolla $ign at the Fillmore. Tickets.
Sept. 26: Corinne Bailey Rae at the Orpheum. Tickets.
Sept. 29: The Mavericks at the Civic. Tickets.
Oct. 10: Snarky Puppy at the Mahalia Jackson Theater. Tickets.
Oct. 12: The 1975 at the Smoothie King Center. Tickets.
Oct. 18: Kesha at the Orpheum. Tickets.
Oct. 20: Alabama at the Smoothie King Center. Tickets.
Oct. 26: Maluma at the Smoothie King Center. Tickets.
Oct. 31: Brian Jonestown Massacre at Toulouse Theatre. Tickets.
Nov. 2: The first of three nights for Houndmouth at the Toulouse Theatre. Tickets.
Nov. 8: Tinashe and Shygirl at the Orpheum. Tickets.
Nov. 16: Alt-J at the Orpheum. Tickets.
Dec. 15: Stephen Sanchez at the Joy. Tickets.
Dec. 17: Samara Joy at the Orpheum. Tickets.
Dec. 22: Elf in Concert at the Saenger. Tickets.
Editors' note: This story has been updated to reflect event date changes.
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