August 18, 2017

The 14 best concerts coming to Little Caesars Arena

With the opening of Little Caesar's Arena just around the corner, some of the biggest names in music are lined up to play at the venue. Here are some of the shows you do not want to miss, so make sure to snag your tickets before it's too late! You can find tickets for all shows on the Little Caesar's Arena website.

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Ed Sheeran
Wednesday, Sept. 27
This Grammy Award winner has been a smashing hit all around the world since the release of his first album in 2011. Since then, Ed has released two more albums, one in 2014 and his most recent in March, 2017. Snagging a seat to this show may be a little difficult, but we guarantee that it'll be worth it.  
7:30 p.m.; only resale tickets left
Photo via IG user @sheeriossponge4
Ed Sheeran
Wednesday, Sept. 27
This Grammy Award winner has been a smashing hit all around the world since the release of his first album in 2011. Since then, Ed has released two more albums, one in 2014 and his most recent in March, 2017. Snagging a seat to this show may be a little difficult, but we guarantee that it'll be worth it.
7:30 p.m.; only resale tickets left
Photo via IG user @sheeriossponge4
Paul McCartney
Sunday, Oct. 1 and Monday, Oct. 2
As one of the most successful musicians of all time, we understand why tickets are hard to come by for this show. Paul McCartney has an extensive catalogue of songs and hits such as "FourFiveSeconds", which features Kanye West and Rhianna and songs from his 2013 studio album New. This will be one of the biggest shows at the arena, so make sure to get tickets before they are gone. 
8 p.m.; only single seats left for first show, tickets for the second show start at $59.50 
Photo via Paul McCartney at Little Caesars Arena Facebook event page
Paul McCartney
Sunday, Oct. 1 and Monday, Oct. 2
As one of the most successful musicians of all time, we understand why tickets are hard to come by for this show. Paul McCartney has an extensive catalogue of songs and hits such as "FourFiveSeconds", which features Kanye West and Rhianna and songs from his 2013 studio album New. This will be one of the biggest shows at the arena, so make sure to get tickets before they are gone.
8 p.m.; only single seats left for first show, tickets for the second show start at $59.50
Photo via Paul McCartney at Little Caesars Arena Facebook event page
Imagine Dragons
Thursday, Oct. 19
This alternative, indie and pop rock band puts on of the most upbeat and energetic shows. They toured after the release of their first two albums, which brought them much success. Their third studio album Evolve was recently released in 2017 and they are heading out on the road again. Luckily, they have a stop in Detroit, so you get a chance to see this band perform some of their biggest hits.
7:30 p.m.; tickets start at $69.50
Photo via IG user @imagine_dragons
Imagine Dragons
Thursday, Oct. 19
This alternative, indie and pop rock band puts on of the most upbeat and energetic shows. They toured after the release of their first two albums, which brought them much success. Their third studio album Evolve was recently released in 2017 and they are heading out on the road again. Luckily, they have a stop in Detroit, so you get a chance to see this band perform some of their biggest hits.
7:30 p.m.; tickets start at $69.50
Photo via IG user @imagine_dragons
Fall Out Boy
Tuesday, Oct. 24
Fall Out Boy's latest album debuted at the top of the charts and their next studio album is set to be released in 2018. We realize that this tour comes a few months before the release, but we are hoping that maybe they will play a song or two from it. If not, you still get to listen to this punk rock band's hits from the early 2000's until now.
7 p.m.; tickets start at $50.50
Photo via Fall Out Boy Facebook event page
Fall Out Boy
Tuesday, Oct. 24
Fall Out Boy's latest album debuted at the top of the charts and their next studio album is set to be released in 2018. We realize that this tour comes a few months before the release, but we are hoping that maybe they will play a song or two from it. If not, you still get to listen to this punk rock band's hits from the early 2000's until now.
7 p.m.; tickets start at $50.50
Photo via Fall Out Boy Facebook event page
Janet Jackson
Sunday, Oct. 29
After Janet Jackson postponed her 2015 tour, she is picking it back up this year with a stop in Detroit in October. Grab tickets to see this singer and songwriter perform some of her biggest hits, from "Nasty" to "Unbreakable".
8 p.m.; tickets start at $29.50
Photo via Janet Jackson at Little Caesars Arena Facebook event page
Janet Jackson
Sunday, Oct. 29
After Janet Jackson postponed her 2015 tour, she is picking it back up this year with a stop in Detroit in October. Grab tickets to see this singer and songwriter perform some of her biggest hits, from "Nasty" to "Unbreakable".
8 p.m.; tickets start at $29.50
Photo via Janet Jackson at Little Caesars Arena Facebook event page
The Weeknd
Wednesday, Nov. 1
Following the release of his studio album Starboy, The Weeknd is going on tour once again. Listen to this Grammy Award winner perform some of the biggest hits that have topped the Billboard charts. This may well be the hottest concert of the year.
7:30 p.m.; tickets start at $69.75
Photo via The Weeknd Facebook event page
The Weeknd
Wednesday, Nov. 1
Following the release of his studio album Starboy, The Weeknd is going on tour once again. Listen to this Grammy Award winner perform some of the biggest hits that have topped the Billboard charts. This may well be the hottest concert of the year.
7:30 p.m.; tickets start at $69.75
Photo via The Weeknd Facebook event page
Guns N’ Roses
Thursday, Nov. 2
Even though this band formed in 1986, Guns N' Roses is still one of the hottest bands to see in concert. The "Not in this Lifetime... Tour" is one of the highest grossing tours of all time. Tickets are a little steep, but the chance to see this band on tour at the newest venue in Detroit, is one in a million. 
7:30 p.m.; tickets start at $140
Photo via IG user @Slash_loves_snakes_
Guns N’ Roses
Thursday, Nov. 2
Even though this band formed in 1986, Guns N' Roses is still one of the hottest bands to see in concert. The "Not in this Lifetime... Tour" is one of the highest grossing tours of all time. Tickets are a little steep, but the chance to see this band on tour at the newest venue in Detroit, is one in a million.
7:30 p.m.; tickets start at $140
Photo via IG user @Slash_loves_snakes_
Lady Gaga
Tuesday, Nov. 7
With Joanne debuting at number one in the U.S., Lady Gaga is embarking on her world tour this month. Known for her unconventional work and chart topping hits such as "Applause" and "Born This Way", we are sure she will put on an amazing show when she plays at Little Caesar's in November.  
7:30 p.m.; only resale tickets available
Photo via Lady Gaga Live in Detroit Facebook event page
Lady Gaga
Tuesday, Nov. 7
With Joanne debuting at number one in the U.S., Lady Gaga is embarking on her world tour this month. Known for her unconventional work and chart topping hits such as "Applause" and "Born This Way", we are sure she will put on an amazing show when she plays at Little Caesar's in November.
7:30 p.m.; only resale tickets available
Photo via Lady Gaga Live in Detroit Facebook event page
Jay-Z
Saturday, Nov. 18
We agree, Jay-Z debuting on his wife Beyoncé's last album was amazing and we couldn't wait for him to release new music. Well, our wish came true as his new album 4:44 just dropped and he is going on the road. There aren't many seats left to this show so make sure to get tickets soon! 
8 p.m.; tickets start at $60, not many seats left
Photo via Jay-Z Facebook event page
Jay-Z
Saturday, Nov. 18
We agree, Jay-Z debuting on his wife Beyoncé's last album was amazing and we couldn't wait for him to release new music. Well, our wish came true as his new album 4:44 just dropped and he is going on the road. There aren't many seats left to this show so make sure to get tickets soon!
8 p.m.; tickets start at $60, not many seats left
Photo via Jay-Z Facebook event page
Halsey
Tuesday, Nov. 21
If you know the song "Closer" by the Chainsmokers, then you should know who Halsey is. That is not the only success she has had though. She has released two albums of her own and is now going on tour with her latest album, Hopeless Fountain Kingdom. Halsey is influenced by artists like The Weeknd, Amy Winehouse, and Kanye West and you can see these influences shine through her music. 
7 p.m.; tickets start at $29.50
Photo via IG user @_cool_aesthetic_
Halsey
Tuesday, Nov. 21
If you know the song "Closer" by the Chainsmokers, then you should know who Halsey is. That is not the only success she has had though. She has released two albums of her own and is now going on tour with her latest album, Hopeless Fountain Kingdom. Halsey is influenced by artists like The Weeknd, Amy Winehouse, and Kanye West and you can see these influences shine through her music.
7 p.m.; tickets start at $29.50
Photo via IG user @_cool_aesthetic_