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The 2023 Charlotte concert lineup is loaded. Check out who’s performing this year

Charlotte will be home to big musical acts in 2023.

Superstar singer Beyonce announced a world tour that will come through the Carolinas, with a concert at Bank of America Stadium. But there are several other artists performing in Charlotte this year, too.

Whether you’re a fan of country or rap, there’s a lot of shows already lined up. Here’s a full list of concerts scheduled for this year:

Feb. 8: Carrie Underwood

Spectrum Center

8 p.m.

Country superstar Carrie Underwood will be performing in Charlotte as part of her Denims & Rhinestones Tour. She’ll be joined by country singer Jimmie Allen. Tickets are still available, starting at $39.

Feb. 27: Ari Lennox

The Fillmore

8 p.m.

The R&B artist is stopping in the Queen City as part of her Age/Sex/Location tour. There’s still time to get a general admission ticket, starting at $260.

April 20: Lil Wayne

The Fillmore

8 p.m.

Rapper Lil Wayne is returning to the stage for his Welcome to Tha Carter Tour, his first tour since 2019. General public tickets go on sale Feb. 3.

April 25: Ella Mai

The Fillmore

8 p.m.

Singer-songwriter Ella Mai will be performing at The Fillmore as part of her Heart on My Sleeve Tour. General admission tickets start at $51.

May 12: Janet Jackson

PNC Music Pavilion

8 p.m.

Legendary pop star Janet Jackson is bringing her “Together Again Tour” to Charlotte, at the same venue she last performed in 2018. The tour will celebrate her 50th anniversary in entertainment. Rapper Ludacris will perform as her opening act. Standard lawn seating starts at $39.95.

May 23: Paramore

Spectrum Center

7 p.m.

The popular rock band will kick off the North American leg of its tour in Charlotte. Tickets are on sale now, starting at $100.

Jun. 28: Shania Twain

PNC Music Pavilion

7:30 p.m.

Country music star Shania Twain is coming to Charlotte for her global tour and new album, Queen of Me. Tickets are still available. Festival lawn seating starts at $175.

Jul. 14: blink 182

Spectrum Center

7:30 p.m.

The award-winning rock band is returning to the stage as part of a reunion tour, for the first time in nearly a decade. You can buy tickets online, starting at $93.

Jul. 15: Luke Combs

Bank of America Stadium

5:45 p.m.

Country music star Luke Combs, who was born in Huntersville, will be performing in Charlotte this summer. His show will feature special guests Riley Green, Lainey Wilson, Flatland Cavalry and Brent Cobb. Tickets are already sold out.

Jul. 19: Louis Tomlinson

Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre

7 p.m.

Former One Direction band boy member Louis Tomlinson will be stopping in Charlotte for his Faith in the Future World Tour. General admission tickets start at $35.

Jul. 21: Fall Out Boy

Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre

6:30 p.m.

Popular rock band Fall Out Boy is bringing its So Much For (Tour) Dust show to Charlotte this summer. They’ll be joined by fellow rockers Bring Me the Horizon and Royal & the Serpent. General public tickets go on sale Feb. 3.

Aug. 9: Beyonce

Bank of America Stadium

7 p.m.

Superstar singer is coming to Charlotte for the first time in a decadeas part of her Renaissance tour. General public tickets will go on sale Feb. 25. But you could get them earlier if you’re a Beyhive member or Citi Card member.

Sept. 23-24: Eric Church

PNC Music Pavilion

7:30 p.m.

Country music singer and North Carolina native Eric Church is returning to his home state this year for his The Outsiders Revival Tour. He’ll be performing at PNC Music Pavilion for two nights in a row. Tickets for Saturday’s show are starting at $138 and tickets for Sunday’s concert start at $49.75.

Oct. 7: Luke Bryan

PNC Music Pavilion

7 p.m.

Singer Luke Bryan will be in Charlotte this fall with his Country on Tour show. It’ll be one of the last stops on his trip. General public tickets go on sale Feb. 3.