Live music: 10 concerts to see in Charlotte in June, including North Carolina legend James Taylor

Live music: 10 concerts to see in Charlotte in June, including North Carolina legend James Taylor

James Taylor will perform at the Spectrum Center on June 24. Photo: Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images

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Charlotte live music fans, here’s a quick list of the 10 biggest concerts coming to Charlotte in June.

  • First, a playlist featuring songs from the artists below:

June 3 and 4: Jonathan Butler

The South African singer and guitarist has sold out all four of his shows at the uptown jazz club.

  • Location: Middle C Jazz
  • Time: 7pm and 9pm Friday, 7pm and 9pm Saturday
  • Tickets: SOLD OUT

June 4: Oceanic, Raygun Superstar, S O L I S

The Charlotte pop rock band brings its airy, melodic sound to the Plaza Midwood venue.

  • Location: Snug Harbor
  • Time: 10pm
  • Tickets: $10

June 8: Russ, BIA

The hip hop artist Russ released 11 albums before his 2017 breakthrough album, “There’s Really a Wolf.”

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  • Location: Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre
  • Time: 8pm
  • Tickets: $39.95-$146

June 16: Maren Morris, Brent Cobb

The country musician Morris has won a Grammy Award and has been nominated for a dozen more since 2016.

  • Location: Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre
  • Time: 8pm
  • Tickets: $39.75-$303

June 23: Maggie Rose, Erin & the Wildfire

The dynamic singer-songwriter does it all, from rock and funk to soul and R&B.

  • Location: Neighborhood Theatre
  • Time: 8pm
  • Tickets$22

Go deeper with Tommy Tomlinson’s terrific recent interview with Rose on his SouthBound podcast.

June 23: H.E.R., Marzz Official

In just four years, the R&B singer H.E.R. has earned 21 Grammy nominations, winning five awards.

  • Location: Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre
  • Time: 7:30pm
  • Tickets: $34.50-$283

June 24: Tennis Courts, Sonic Blume

The indie rockers released their punchy debut EP Best Regards in 2021.

  • Location: The Evening Muse
  • Time: 10:30pm
  • Tickets: $10-$12

June 24: James Taylor

Taylor, with his All-Star Band, performs at the uptown Arena two years removed from the release of American Standard, which gave him his sixth straight decade with a top 10 album.

  • Location: Spectrum Center
  • Time: 8pm
  • Tickets: $58.50-$750

June 25: LÉON, Catie Turner

The Swedish singer-songwriter performs at the smaller, likely-sold-out sister venue of the Fillmore after releasing her third studio album, “Circles,” in March.

  • Location: The Underground
  • Time: 8pm
  • Tickets: $40

June 25: Ian Noe

The Kentucky musician’s forthright lyrics and sincere playing create both a sound and a set of songs you believe.

  • Location: Neighborhood Theatre
  • Time: 8pm
  • Tickets: $15

 

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