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19 Upcoming Concerts in San Antonio You Won't Want to Miss 

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Mark you calendars now and don't miss out on these upcoming shows in San Antonio.
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Friday, September 2, 8pm, The Tobin Center, 210-223-8624,
With a musical career spanning over 4 decades, Kansas has created some the most well known and beloved songs of the rock genre.
Photo via Facebook, Kansas
Maroon 5
Saturday, September 3, 7:30pm, AT&T Center, 210-444-5000,
Maroon 5 has sold over 20 million albums and 70 million singles worldwide and has become one of the biggest musical acts from the 2000’s.
Photo via Facebook, Maroon5
Duran Duran
Wednesday & Thursday, September 7-8, 7:30pm, The Tobin Center, 210-223-862,
The 80’s new wave band has been made famous by classics like “Rio”, “The Reflex” and “Hungry Like The Wolf”.
Photo via Facebook, DuranDuran
Monday, September 12, 8:30pm, The Tobin Center, 210-223-8624,
Easily one of the most iconic groups in the electronic music genre, Kraftwerk’s innovative techniques, synthetic voices and computerized rhythms helped them become one of the most well known electronic acts in the world.
Photo via Facebook, Kraftwerk
Wednesday, September 14, 7pm, Paper Tiger,
One of the most well known experimental rock bands to come out of America, Swans is best known for their first full length LP “Filth”.
Photo via facebook, Swans
Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour
Friday, September 16, 8:00pm, AT&T Center, 210-444-5000,
The label that brought you Notorious BIG, Bad Boy is reuniting its living members for a massive tour. The roster includes Puff Daddy, Lil’ Kim, Mase, Faith Evans, Mario Winans, 112, TOTAL, Carl Thomas, The Lox and French Montana.
Photo via Facebook lilKim
Roky Ericson
Saturday, September 17, 8pm, Paper Tiger,
Native Texan, founding member of the 13th Floor Elevators and pioneer in the psychedelic rock genre. His music has influenced countless of musicians and guitar players alike.
Photo via Facebook, RokyEricson
The Melvins
Sunday, September 18, 7pm, Paper Tiger,
King Buzzo and Dale hit the road once again to blow our hearing and give us neck spasms from all the headbanging. With a career lasting over 30 years, they have enough material to keep you entertained until you black out from alcohol poisoning or get hit in the head to hard in the mosh pit.
Photo via Facebook, Melvins
Tuesday, October 4, 8pm, The Aztec Theatre, 210-812-4355,
The South African “rap-rave” duo have made a name for themselves for their unique music and wild antics they do in their music videos.
Photo via Facebook, DIEANTWOORD
Thursday, October 6, 730pm, The Aztec Theatre, 210-812-4355,
Catch the band touring in support of their 10th and final album “Yellowcard”.
Photo via Facebook, Yellowcard
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Prophets of Rage
Sunday, October 9, 7pm, AT&T Center, 210-444-5000, at&
Described by Morello himself, Prophets of Rage is “elite task force of revolutionary musicians determined to confront this mountain of election year bullshit”. Members include Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk; Public Enemy’s Chuck D And DJ Lord; Cypress Hill’s B-Real.
Photo via Facebook, TomMorello
The B-52’s
Sunday, October 9, 7pm, The Tobin Center, 210-223-8624,
Hailed as “The World’s Greatest Party Band”, The B-52’s have a very colorful music back catalog featuring the hit singles “Love Shack”, “Rock Lobster”, and many more.
Photo via Facebook, B-52’s
Neon Indian
Friday, October 21, 8pm, The Paper Tiger
The Texas native group is one of was named “The best new band of 2010” by Rolling Stone magazine. A mix of chillwave, lo-fi synthpop and psychedelic helps Neon Indian’s music stand out from all the other indie band in Texas.
Photo via Facebook, Neon Indian
Saturday, October 22, 8pm, The Aztec Theatre, 210-812-4355,
Native Texas rock band Toadies grew to fame in 1994 with their commercial breakthrough album “Rubberneck”. They are most known for their hit-single “Possum Kingdom”.
Photo via Facebook, Toadies
Friday, October 28, 8pm, The Aztec Theatre, 210-812-4355,
Just in time for Halloween. The award winning Swedish metal band’s live performances are a must see because of their heavy sound and fantastic onstage presence.
Photo via Children of Ghost,
Black Sabbath
Saturday, November 12, 8pm, AT&T, 210-444-5000, at&,/i>
The end is near. Black Sabbath is touring for the last time and ending the US tour here in San Antonio. Seeing them live is a must for fans and lovers of rock.
Photo via Facebook, Black Sabbath
Thursday, November 17, 8pm, The Tobin Center, 210-223-8624,
The iconic frontman of The Smiths, Morrissey is often credited as a forerunner in the indie rock and britpop genres. Morrissey’s solo career has twelve solo top-ten albums and 49 singles.
Photo via Facebook, Morrissey
Dolly Parton
Thursday, December 8, 8pm, The Tobin Center, 210-223-8624,
Dolly hits the road again with her “Pure & Simple” tour in support of her new album “Pure & Simple”. She is the most honored female country performer of all time and has composed 3000 songs.
Photo via Facebook, Dolly Parton
Billy Joel
Friday, December 9, 730pm, AT&T Center, 210-444-5000, at&
The award winning singer-songwriter has sold of 150 million records worldwide and has a musical career lasting over 5 decades.
Photo via Facebook, Billy Joel
Friday, September 2, 8pm, The Tobin Center, 210-223-8624,
With a musical career spanning over 4 decades, Kansas has created some the most well known and beloved songs of the rock genre.
Photo via Facebook, Kansas

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