New England is a great place to be if you live for live music.  Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts have some of the best live music venues in the United States.

We’ve got the Maine Savings Amphitheater in Bangor, the BankNH Pavilion in Gilford, Gillette Stadium, the Cross Insurance Arena, the Xfinity Center, the Bowl in the Pines Amphitheater, and more.  Even the smaller venues on the list feature a world-class concert experience.

Each year, some of the biggest touring acts grace the stages of these venues.

Even though we are still a few days away from 2024, many of the biggest concerts of the next year have already been announced.

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Check out our list of must-see shows:

2024 Concerts in Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts

Check out this list of the biggest shows coming to New England in 2024. As more concerts are announced, we'll add them to this list.

Even though our list already contains over three dozen shows, we can expect that many of the seasonal venues, like the Maine Savings Amphitheater, will announce even more concerts in the new year.

Some of the most-anticipated concerts of 2024 include Kenny Chesney at Gillette Stadium, Lainey Wilson at several New England venues, rockers Metallica at Gillette Stadium, Green Day at Fenway Park in Boston, Jason Aldean at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion, the Rolling Stones at Gillette Stadium, Olivia Rodrigo at the TD Garden in Boston, Blink 182 at Fenway Park, and Zach Bryan performing at Gillette Stadium.

What concert are you most excited for?  What was the best concert that you have ever seen?  Let us know by sending us a message inside our radio station app.

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Personally, my favorite concert was seeing Luke Combs at the Maine Savings Amphitheater in Bangor in 2022.  Even though his voice was in rough shape, and he cut the concert short, he still put on a great show.  And, the experience is one that I will never forget.

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