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Here’s why: because Raleigh has the most live music in North Carolina. The most dates, the most venues, the most bands, the most genres–the most any music maniac could hope to find.

You can find a show here every day of the year and from one end of the county to the other. Big bands, small bands, slow bands, fast bands, hard rock and soft ballads. Large-scale arenas, mid-sized concert halls, mom-and-pop playhouses and only-the-locals-know-about dives. All. Found. Here.

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Green Day Ed Sheeran

Green Day
Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek; 7pm

Friday Night Tribute: Aerosmith
Midtown Park; 7pm

Dope: A Hip Hop Night
Deep South The Bar; 10pm

Ed Sheeran
PNC Arena; 7:30pm

Jason Adamo Band
The Pour House Music Hall; 9pm

Noah Powell
Irregardless Café and Catering; 9pm

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The Piney Woods Boys Atomic Rhythm All Stars The Magic Beans with After Funk Tank Hopscotch Music Festival Hopscotch Music Festival Beericana Craft Beer and Music Festival

Concert in the Park: The Piney Woods Boys
E. Carroll Joyner Park; 5pm

David Liebe Hart
KINGS; 9pm

The Atomic Rhythm All Stars
Neptunes Parlour; 8:30pm

Witchtrap
Slim's Downtown; 9pm

The Magic Beans with After Funk
The Pour House Music Hall; 9pm

Shanachie
Doherty's Irish Pub & Restaurant - Apex; 6pm

Tank
Lincoln Theatre; 8pm

Roots of Creation
The Pour House Music Hall; 9pm

Hopscotch Music Festival
Downtown Raleigh; 5:15pm

FM2FV Concert Series: Liquid Pleasure
Downtown Fuquay-Varina; 6:30pm

Hopscotch Music Festival
Downtown Raleigh; 5:15pm

Jason Aldean
Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek; 7:30pm

Friday Night on White: Crush
White Street Brewing Company; 6pm

Friday Night Tribute Series: Motown Revue
Midtown Park; 7pm

Beericana Craft Beer and Music Festival
Jefferson L. Sugg Farm at Bass Lake; noon

Hopscotch Music Festival
Downtown Raleigh; 5pm

Roy Book Binder and Doug MacLeod
The Cary Theater; 8pm

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Hopscotch Music Festival Open Mic Nigh at Lucky Tree Jon Bellion 2 Chainz Dragmatic Chase Rice Apex Music Festival

Hopscotch Music Festival
Downtown Raleigh; 12:30pm

Open Mic Night
Lucky Tree Gallery and Café; 6pm

Jon Bellion
The Ritz; 8pm

Steady Flow
The Pour House Music Hall; 9pm

2 Chainz
The Ritz; 8pm

Pickin’ in the Pines: Grass Cats
Koka Booth Amphitheatre; 5:30pm

Dragmatic
The Pour House Music Hall; 9pm

Upchurch the Redneck
City Limits Saloon; 8pm

PineCone Irish Jam Session
Stag's Head; 7:30pm

Chase Rice
The Ritz; 8pm

Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Love and Comedy Tour
Koka Booth Amphitheatre; 7pm

Apex Music Festival
Downtown Apex; 3pm

Chris Overstreet
Doherty's Irish Pub & Restaurant - Apex; 10pm

The Mantras
The Pour House Music Hall; 9pm

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Acoustic Something Boz Scaggs 2Cellos Lauryn Hill and Nas Pinecone Irish Jam Hank, Pattie and The Current Brantley Gilbert

Acoustic Something featuring members of Big Something
The Pour House Music Hall; 9pm

Boz Scaggs
Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts; 7:30pm

Culture with Crucial Fiya
Lincoln Theatre; 9pm

Villanova
The Pour House Music Hall; 8pm

2Cellos: The Score Tour
Koka Booth Amphitheatre; 7pm

Barrowburn
Doherty's Irish Pub & Restaurant - Apex; 6pm

Ms. Lauryn Hill and Nas
Red Hat Amphitheater; 6pm

Grieves
KINGS; 9pm

Dada
The Pour House Music Hall; 8pm

PineCone Irish Jam Session
Stag's Head; 7:30pm

FM2FV Concert Series: Smile
Downtown Fuquay-Varina; 6:30pm

Battle of the Broker Bands
Lincoln Theatre; 5:30pm

Hank, Pattie and The Current
Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts; 8pm

The Breakfast Club
Lincoln Theatre; 9pm

Johnny Orr
Chef's Palette Restaurant and Bar; 8:30pm

Brantley Gilbert
Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek; 7pm

Live & Local: Roots Fest
Hillsborough St.; noon

Angelique Kidjo
North Carolina Museum of Art; 6:45pm

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An Evening with Allison Krauss Buddy Guy Bluegrass Ramble Bluegrass Ramble 28th Annual International Bluegrass Music Awards Show PNC presents Wide Open Bluegrass PNC presents Wide Open Bluegrass

An Evening with Alison Krauss and David Gray
Koka Booth Amphitheatre; 7pm

David Gans
The Pour House Music Hall; 8pm

Buddy Guy
Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts; 7:30pm

Mutemath
The Ritz; 8pm

Bluegrass Ramble
Downtown Raleigh; 6pm

Kevin Kendall
Doherty's Irish Pub & Restaurant - Apex; 6pm

Bluegrass Ramble
Downtown Raleigh; 6pm

Pickin’ in the Pines: Johnny Folsom 4 and Canady Thomas Band
Koka Booth Amphitheatre; 5:30pm

28th Annual International Bluegrass Music Awards Show
Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts; 7:30pm

Bluegrass Ramble
Downtown Raleigh; 6pm

The Fly Birds
Irregardless Café and Catering; 5:30pm

PNC presents Wide Open Bluegrass
Downtown Raleigh; noon

Jack Johnson
Coastal Credit Union Music Park; 7:30

Jack the Radio
Downtown Apex; 7pm

PNC presents Wide Open Bluegrass
Downtown Raleigh; noon

An Evening with The Chris Robinson Brotherhood
Lincoln Theatre, 9pm

Frank Foster
City Limits Saloon, 9pm

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