Looking for the ultimate Albuquerque summer concert to go to this season? Look no further! We’ve compiled a list of the hottest, most anticipated artists visiting Albuquerque this summer.

Summertime in Oldtown | Old Town Gazebo | June-July

Old Town Albuquerque Summer Concert

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Every weekend in June and July, Old Town is the best place to be! With beautiful plazas, great food, unique local shops, and summer concerts on the gazebo, it is the perfect way to spend a day with friends and loved ones. Enjoy free entertainment on Fridays and Saturdays from 7-9 p.m. and 1-3 p.m. on Sundays. To find out more information and see the full line-up, click here!

Ludacris | Sandia Resort & Casino | Fri. June 23rd


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Up next, Ludacris is making his way to town for an Albuquerque summer concert this June! Fans of Ludacris can enjoy his live music in Sandia’s spectacular outdoor Amphitheater under a canopy of stars. Concerts held at the Amphitheater also feature food and beverage service with goodies like nachos, popcorn, beer, margaritas, and more! If you’d like more information and tickets to the show, click here!

Peso Pluma | Rio Rancho Events Center | Fri. July 14th

Peso Pluma Albuquerque Summer Concert Tour Poster

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If you’re looking for some hot new music to jam to, check out Peso Pluma’s Albuquerque summer concert at the Rio Rancho Events Center this July! Peso Pluma was recently named one of Billboard’s Latin Artists on the Rise, with nine songs on the magazine’s Hot Latin Songs chart including three Top 10s. Catch this up-and-coming artist on his first tour and click here for more information!

Death Grips | Revel | Sat. July 22nd

Death Grip Albuquerque Summer Concert Tour Poster

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If you like experimental hip-hop, get ready to head to the Revel this July for Death Grips’ Albuquerque summer concert. The band draws inspiration for their unique sound from punk rock, electronic, noise, and industrial styles. In fact, the band’s innovative and difficult-to-categorize sound has earned critical acclaim and a cult following. If you want to see them for yourself, click here for more information on how to get tickets.

Disturbed, Breaking Bad, and Jinjer | Isleta Amphitheater | Sat. July 23rd 

Disturbed Albuquerque Summer Concert Tour Poster

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This year, Disturbed, Breaking Benjamin, and Jinjer will all be at the Isleta Amphitheater this summer for their “Take Back Your Life” 2023 Tour. This is one Albuquerque summer concert you definitely won’t want to miss. With three of some of the best heavy metal artists packed into one ultimate show, this concert will be a night to remember. To get more information and tickets, click here!

Post Malone | Isleta Amphitheater | Thu. August 10th

Post Malone Albuquerque Summer Concert Tour Poster

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Post Malone is launching a new era as his new record “Austin” hits airways later this July. Singing about good times and bad, late-night parties and morning afters, deep dives, and big surprises can be expected at this Albuquerque summer concert. When talking about the album, Post said “This whole deal has been one of the most challenging, rewarding, and exciting records I’ve worked on.” If you want to catch this show, click here for more information on how to get tickets.

Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa, & More | Isleta Amphitheater | Tue. August 22nd

Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa Tour Poster

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Two of the biggest names in hip-hop are joining forces to put on the ultimate Albuquerque summer concert this August. These rap and hip-hop legends took the world by storm with the release of their global hit single “Young, Wild, & Free” back in 2012. Since then, they have both propelled and become even bigger names in the industry, defining the hip-hop and rap landscape for a decade. This “High School Reunion Tour” reunites Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa and features special guests Too $hort, Warren G, Berner, and DJ Drama. To get tickets and more information on this awesome event, click here!

Pantera & Lamb of God | Isleta Amphitheater | Thu. August 31st 

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After over 2 decades of radio silence, Pantera has finally risen from their slumber. For the first time in 21 years, the band is back and ready to rock the house with a special gues, Lamb of God. The new lineup includes Phil Anselmo and bassist Rex Brown, as well as new members Zakk Wylde and Charlie Benante replacing the late founding members Dimebag Darrell and Vinnie Paul. If you’re interested in catching this Albuquerque summer concert, click here for more information on getting tickets.

Ghost | Isleta Amphitheater | Thu. September 7th

Ghost Tour Poster 2023

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Get ready to come face-to-face with Pope Emeritus and the Nameless Ghouls as they haunt the stage of the Isleta Amphitheater this September. Ghost’s latest album, “Impera”, was released last year. It screams against fat states, empty politicians, and the glorification of idiocy. “We now have mechanisms within our own Western empire who are actively trying to, and to some degree have, created this time machine where we’re regressing,” says frontman Tobias Forge. “We’re flattening the Earth. We’re submitting to stupidity, which is fucking unbelievable.” If you want to catch this Albuquerque summer concert, click here for more information and tickets.

Kansas | Kiva Auditorium | Fri. September 22nd

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Last, but certainly not least, Kansas has been a prolific force in the rock scene since 1973. In order to celebrate their 50th anniversary, the band is setting out for their massive “Another Fork in the Road” tour. At this Albuquerque summer concert, fans can expect to hear high-energy performances of Kansas classics like “Dust in the Wind”, “Carry on Wayward Son”, and so much more! If you want to catch this legendary show, click here for more information and tickets.

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