Here’s who’s playing at Charlotte’s largest amphitheaters this season

CHARLOTTE — Charlotte’s largest amphitheaters, PNC Music Pavilion and Skyla Credit Union Amphitheatre (formerly Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre) will open soon for the 2024 season. The lineups for each venue are taking shape and include country favorites such as Hank Williams Jr. and Willie Nelson, rock legends Sammy Hagar and Foreigner, and popular artists such as Meghan Trainor and 21 Savage.

We’ve listed the schedule for each venue below and included some useful information you need to know before you head out to catch a show.

Unless otherwise noted, tickets for each show are on sale online at Ticketmaster.com.

All shows use mobile entry which means your mobile device will be used to get into the event. Tickets will not be emailed or available for printing.

Pro tips: If you’ve purchased tickets for a group and some people in the group plan to come separately, you can transfer the tickets directly using the Live Nation app. Also, before entering the gate, increase the brightness of your phone screen to help with scanning. Click here for more information on mobile ticketing.

New this year, no outside lawn chairs will be permitted into the venue. Lawn chairs will be available to rent, subject to availability.

You can also keep your cash at home. All points of sale at the venues will be cashless — only credit and debit cards or mobile pay (Apple Pay and Google Pay) will be accepted.

Only clear bags no larger than 12″ x 6″ x 12″ or unclear bags no larger than 6″ x 9″ are allowed in the venues. This applies to all bags including totes, clutches, and fanny packs.

Another pro tip: Concertgoers are allowed to bring in one factory-sealed bottle of water up to one gallon in size. Aluminum bottles and refillable plastic water bottles are permitted but must be empty when entering the venue. Both venues have complimentary water-filling stations. Guests are also permitted to bring food in a clear plastic bag up to one gallon in size. These policies are subject to change based on artist requests or safety considerations.

Parking at PNC Music Pavilion is free. Parking at Skyla Credit Union Amphitheatre costs $20 for most shows.

Some artists may require additional safety protocols, which are subject to change, so check the specific event page closer to the event date for the latest information. Ticketholders will also receive direct emails with important information leading up to the show.


Hozier – April 23

Needtobreathe with Judah & the Lion – April 25

Foo Fighters – May 9

Judas Priest with Sabaton – May 14

Pixies and Modest Mouse – June 1

Niall Horan – June 5

21 Savage – June 6

Grupo Firme – June 8

A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie – June 9 (canceled)

Hardy with Kip Moore and others – June 14

Outlaw Music Festival with Willie Nelson & Family, Bob Dylan, and Robert Plant & Alison Krauss – June 22

Alanis Morissette with Joan Jett & the Blackhearts – June 26

Maroon 5 with Maren Morris – June 27

Barbie The Movie In Concert – July 9

Foreigner and Styx – July 13

Janet Jackson – July 14

Xscape and SWV – July 17

Sammy Hagar with Loverboy – July 19

Third Eye Blind with Yellowcard – July 23

Creed with 3 Doors Down and Finger Eleven – July 24

New Kids on the Block with Paula Abdul and DJ Jazzy Jeff – July 27

The Doobie Brothers with Steve Winwood – July 30

Loserville 2024 with Limp Bizkit, Bones, Corey Feldman and others – Aug. 2

I Prevail and Halestorm – Aug. 3

Cage The Elephant with Bakar – Aug. 4

Glass Animals with Kevin Abstract – Aug. 7

Hank Williams Jr. with Old Crow Medicine Show – Aug. 9

Train and REO Speedwagon – Aug. 10

Earth, Wind & Fire and Chicago – Aug. 13

Dan + Shay with Jake Owen and Dylan Marlowe – Aug. 16

Thirty Seconds to Mars with AFI and Poppy – Aug. 20

Green Day with Rancid and The Linda Lindas – Aug. 26

Imagine Dragons – Aug. 28 (tickets go on sale April 26)

Avril Lavigne with Simple Plan – Sept. 1

Megadeth with Mudvayne and All That Remains – Sept. 6 (tickets go on sale April 26)

Boyz II Men with Robin Thicke – Sept. 7

Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper – Sept. 11

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats and My Morning Jacket – Sept. 13

(Comedy) Sebastian Maniscalco – Sept. 14

Meghan Trainor with Paul Russell and Chris Olsen – Sept. 15

Korn with Gojira and Spiritbox – Sept. 18

Hootie & The Blowfish with Collective Soul and Edwin McCain – Sept. 19

Cody Johnson with Ashley McBryde – Sept. 20 (tickets go on sale May 3)

The Commodores and Pointer Sisters – Sept. 21

Staind and Breaking Benjamin with Daughtry – Sept. 22

Address: 707 Pavilion Blvd.


SKYLA CREDIT UNION AMPHITHEATRE (formerly Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre)

Dustin Lynch – April 11

Jordan Davis – May 2

Jacob Collier – May 3

Chase Rice – May 9

Sum 41 – May 15

Orville Peck – May 31

Brothers Osbourne – June 7

Bryson Tiller – June 11

The Kid Laroi with Glaive and Chase Shakur – June 13

Dwight Yoakam – June 15

Cody Jinks with Whitey Morgan – June 20

Goose – June 23

T-Pain – June 26

Cole Swindell – June 28

Switchfoot, Blue October and Matt Nathanson – July 24

Jamey Johnson with Southall – Aug. 2

Cake – Aug. 7

311 with Awolnation – Aug. 11

Primus and Coheed and Cambria – Aug. 17

Bush – Aug. 26

Justin Moore and Randy Houser – Sept. 5

Melissa Etheridge and Jewel – Sept. 21

Lake Street Dive – Oct. 5

Ray LaMontagne and Gregory Alan Isakov – Oct. 12 (tickets go on sale April 26)

Address: 1000 NC Music Factory Blvd.


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