South Bay concerts we’re excited to see in 2024

These shows prove that San Jose is a great city for live music, and they’re just a sample of the shows coming this year.

The Shoreline Ampitheatre marquee displaying "Ne-Yo w/ Mario / Pleasure P" at night.

The Shoreline Ampitheatre hosts many big names.

Photo by SJtoday staff

2024 is already poppin’ off with a lineup of exciting concerts set to come to the great 408, and we’re ready to rock n’ roll.

Let’s break down where and when you can catch your favorite performers this year.

Pro tip: Check out our guide to live music venues to find more concerts in San Jose.


  • Bryan Adams: So Happy It Hurts | Jan. 26 | SAP Center | The Canadian pop-rock artist comes to the Tank with special guest Dave Stewart’s Eurythmics Songbook.


  • Gloria Trevi: Mi Soundtrack US Tour | Feb. 3 | SAP Center | Get ready for “The Supreme Diva of Mexican Pop” as she brings her classics + new tracks to the stage.
  • Air Supply | Feb. 14 | San Jose Civic | The iconic Australian pop-rock duo will bring their unique sound + classics from a career spanning over four decades.
  • Gareth Emery: LSR/CITY V3 | Feb. 15-16 | San Jose Civic | This British electronic DJ will light up the Civic, bringing hard-hitting beats, cutting-edge visuals + lasers.
  • Marc Anthony: Historia Tour | Feb. 18 | SAP Center | The top-selling salsa artist of all time will perform his timeless hits.
The SAP Center at night.

Get ready for top headliners performing at the SAP Center this year.

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  • Paquita y sus Amigos | March 2 | SAP Center | Singing hit songs from her more than 40-year musical career, Paquita will also bring six special guests.
  • Joker Xue | March 4 | SAP Center | The Shanghai-born singer is a rising star in the Mandarin pop world, and you can witness his smooth vocals live at the Tank.
  • Worship | March 15 | San Jose Civic | Dance to the club beats of the collective featuring Sub Focus, Dimension, Culture Shock, and 1991 — must be 18+ to attend.
  • Don Omar: “Back to Reggaeton” Tour | March 30 | SAP Center | The Puerto Rican rapper has an extensive discography with artists like Pitbull + Lucenzo, plus he’s starred in many “Fast & Furious” films.


  • Luis Miguel | April 14 | SAP Center | This Puerto Rico-born artist blends genres of pop, boleros, jazz, big band, and mariachi.
The stage at San Jose Civic with a packed audience.

The San Jose Civic often hosts big name electronic + dubstep DJs.

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  • Justin Timberlake | May 6-7 | SAP Center | His “Forget Tomorrow World” tour will bring the iconic singer to the arena for his first tour in five years.
  • Riley Green | May 9 | San Jose Civic | The Jacksonville native brings his country, bluegrass, and Southern gospel sounds with the help of special guests Tracy Lawrence + Ella Langley.
  • Luke Combs | May 17-18 | Levi’s Stadium | The country superstar embarks on his “Growin’ Up and Gettin’ Old” tour.
  • Xavier Rudd | May 25 | Mountain Winery | The Australian multi-instrumentalist meshes his love of reggae + blues in his newest album, “Storm Boy.”
  • Avril Lavigne | May 28 | Shoreline Amphitheatre | It’s your favorite “Girlfriend” ready to rock Mountain View.


  • Third Eye Blind, Yellowcard & Arizona | June 15 | Shoreline Amphitheatre | The legendary rock group brings its summer soundtrack, along with indie pop + alt-rock hits from their special guests.
  • Hombres G - 40 Aniversario Tour | June 29 | SAP Center | Formed in Madrid, this Spanish pop-rock band rose to prominence in the 1980s + early 1990s.
The lawn seating at Shoreline Amphitheater.

Shoreline Amphitheater has plenty of lawn seating.

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  • New Kids on the Block | July 3 | Shoreline Amphitheatre | The iconic 1980s to 1990s boy band is back to take you “Step by Step” through their timeless classics.
  • II Divo - XX | July 9 | San Jose Civic | The iconic quartet brings their first independent album “XX: 20th Anniversary Album” into full focus with an expanded, full-length version.
  • Hootie and The Blowfish | July 17 | Shoreline Amphitheatre | Hailing from South Carolina, the American rock band brings their sunny country + rock ‘n’ roll sounds to the amphitheater.
  • Rolling Stones | July 17 | Levi’s Stadium | The legendary English rock band will give you the “Satisfaction” of playing their greatest hits.
  • Pepe Aguilar: Hasta Los Huesos | July 19 | SAP Center | Winning multiple GRAMMYs for his “Por Una Mujer Bonita” album, this Mexican American songwriter brings his tour to the SAP.
  • Los Temerarios Hasta Siempre | July 26 | SAP Center | Dance to the hits of the Mexican Grupera band, hailing from Zacatecas.
  • Niall Horan | July 26 | Shoreline Amphitheatre | The former One Direction member announced “The Show,” his tour biggest yet.


  • Jason Mraz & The Superband | Aug. 7 | Mountain Winery | The multi-GRAMMY award winner will sing his hits from an over two-decade career, and new songs from his latest album, “Mystical Magical Rhythmical Radical Ride.”
  • Alanis Morissette | Aug. 7 | Shoreline Amphitheatre | Since releasing her pot-grunge album “Jagged Little Pill” in 1995, this singer has rose to prominence in the rock + country world.
  • Rod Stewart | Aug. 13 | Mountain Winery | The 2x Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee will perform his countless top-charting hits.
  • Tyler Childers | Aug. 14 | Shoreline Amphitheatre | With his band The Food Stamps, Childers will showcase his latest album “Rustin’ in the Rain.”


  • Thirty Seconds to Mars | Sept. 4 | Shoreline Amphitheatre | The Leto brothers are back at it after the release of their sixth studio album, “It’s The End Of The World But It’s A Beautiful Day.”