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This will mark the third year that I have been in love with concerts. Since the middle of 2021, I have attended thirteen concerts and I plan to add to that number in 2024. The Raleigh Concert lineup for this year is already looking so fun. Here are a few concerts to look forward to in Raleigh in 2024.


Feb 13 and 14
The Ritz

Dancing in the Kitchen came up on my Discover Weekly a few years ago and I have loved them ever since. I went to their concert at Red Hat Amphitheater in 2022 with some friends and we had the best time. After their newest album, XXL, was released I knew I needed to see those sing live.

FAll Out Boy

March 19
PNC Arena

To me, FOB’s music is the best played live. I have listened to them for almost ten years now and this will be my third time seeing them live. My first was the MANIA tour in 2017 at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte and my next was the So Much for (Tour) Dust at PNC Music Pavilion in Charlotte so I am excited for them to be coming to my city.

Dreamville Festival

April 6-7
Dorothea Dix Park

This festival is a staple experience for NC State students to attend. Started by J. Cole, it brings big names to Raleigh and this year will even have Nicki Minaj performing. The rest of the lineup has not yet been announced, but it never disappoints.

Niall Horan

June 7
Walnut Creek

As a One Direction fan, I have always loved Niall. It has been so fun getting to see each of them pursue their own careers doing what they want. Niall’s music is some of my favorite and I love his newest album The Show. Heartbreak Weather is still my favorite of his though, so I am excited to hopefully see some of those songs live as well!

Amanda Bell is a student writer for the Her Campus chapter at North Carolina State University. This is her second year being a student writer. She is an avid music and pop culture fan and loves writing about events and experiences related to that. Her love of K-Pop is very obvious in her articles, but she enjoys writing about all kinds of music. Amanda is a junior at NC State majoring in Communication Media with a minor in Music Studies. Her dream job would be working in public relations for a record company. She has always been drawn to the music industry which led to her choosing her major and minor duo. Amanda hopes to get the opportunity to study abroad next year to broaden her understanding of the music industry across the world. She was raised in Youngsville, North Carolina, which is about an hour outside of Raleigh. When she is not writing for Her Campus, she enjoys hanging out with friends, listening to music, and traveling. Amanda’s favorite activity is to attend concerts, and it is even better if she gets to travel to a new place for them. Among her favorite concert destinations are New York City, Los Angeles, and Atlanta. She hopes to continue traveling and attending concerts through her last two years of college and after graduation.