Conn. (WTNH) – Rock and country take the lead this week as bands like Poison and Dierks Bentley take the stage in Connecticut.
Check out the full list of upcoming artists and big names coming to the state this week:
Monday, June 20 — Sunday, June 26
Lawrence & Misterwives | June 21: College Street Music Hall, New Haven
New York soulpop band Lawrence hit the road with indie-pop band Misterwives. Lawrence, known for his R&B tracks like “Do You Wanna Do Nothing With Me?” and “Misty Morning” dropped Hotel TV in 2021. Misterwives, who grabbed attention with the latest release of “Reflections” and “Our Own House” Mini flowering in 2019.
mandy moore | June 21: Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield
“Candy” singer and actress Mandy Moore shot to fame in the 90s and early 2000s, gaining popularity with the hits “Crush” and “Have a Little Faith in Me,” while appearing in films like ” A Walk to Remember”. ‘ and ‘Entangled.’ Although originally known for her bubblegum-pop sound, Moore has since written her own music with an indie/folk flair, including her seventh studio album, 2022. In real life.
Big time Rush | June 24: Hartford Healthcare Amphitheatre, Bridgeport
While Big Time Rush first shot to stardom with their hit Nickelodeon TV show of the same name, the boy band returned to the scene after a nine-year hiatus with a mature new sound. Amid news of their reunion, the group released the happy and fun summer single “Call It Like I See It”, followed by “Not Giving You Up”. Fans should always expect to hear the touring bops that made them famous, including “Boyfriend” and “Worldwide.”
Lake Street Walk | June 24: Westville Music Bowl, New Haven
Hailing from Boston and heavily influenced by soul and jazz, Lake Street Drive hit the scene in the early 2000s, crossing genres like indie-pop and folk-rock for tracks like “Call Off Your Dogs and “I Don’t Care”. from 2016 side ponyfollowed by “Hypotheticals” and “Know That I Know” from their last record, 2021 Obviously.
As I died | June 25: Webster Theatre, Hartford
Metalheads get ready for As I Lay Dying, the Warped Tour band best known for their popular 2007 record An ocean between us. The band made a name for themselves in the metalcore community with thrash-metal and death-metal sounds, scoring the hits “Nothing Left” and “Parallels”. After a six-year hiatus, the band returned with “My Own Grave” alongside a new record. Now they are going on tour with a new formation.
Dierks Bentley | June 25: XFINITY Theatre, Hartford
“Sideways” singer-songwriter Dierks Bentley is a force to be reckoned with on the country music scene, earning stardom with twangy Grammy-nominated tunes like “Long Trip Alone” and “Home,” as well as fun dance tracks “Somewhere on a Beach” and “Drunk on a Plane”. It last released The mountain in 2018.
Lionel Richie | June 25: Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville
R&B icon and “American Idol” host Lionel Richie presents his soul-pop hits “Sail On” and “Three Times a Lady” at the Mohegan Sun. The ’70s star, best known for the Grammy-winning song ‘We Are the World’ and album of the year Can’t slow downwas just inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year.
Jack Johnson | June 26: XFINITY Theatre, Hartford
Slow down with soft-rock jams as Jack Johnson takes the stage. Johnson’s acoustic melodies have thrust him into the limelight, as records from 2008, 2010 and 2013 peaked consecutively at No. 1 on the charts with tracks like “Hope”, “You and Your Heart” and “I Got You”. He’s ready to go out Meet the moonlight this week.
Lil Tracy | June 26: Toad’s Place, New Haven
Although Lil Tracy burst onto the hip-hop scene in 2012, it wasn’t until 2017 that he caught the eye with his long-awaited mixtape. Tracy’s manga. He has since released two albums and a pair of EPs, as well as a feature film on Lil Peep’s Come When You’re Sober, Pt. 1. Earlier this month, the rapper released his third LP, Child of Saturn.
Poison | June 26: Foxwoods, Mashantucket
Relive the ’80s with glam-rockers Poison, fronted by Bret Michaels, and rock out to “Talk Dirty to Me” and “Every Rose Has Its Thorn,” alongside the handful of singles that made the hitmakers famous. After 30 years and seven studio albums, they continue to vibrate with their original line-up.
Stay tuned for another round of artists stopping in Connecticut next week!