Must-See Concerts this Summer at The Queen
We all know that live music hits differently in the summer. Luckily, The Queen has some sweet upcoming shows to check off your summer bucket list. From indie-pop to country, and everything in between, we have curated a list of concerts you NEED to be at this summer in Wilmington.
The Disco Biscuits | June 14
“The Biscuits,” as fans like to call them, are a must-see show for lovers of electronic rock. The Disco Biscuits’ unique blend of genres has made them one of the most influential jam bands in the live music scene. This show will be packed with energy and their improvisations make every performance one-of-a-kind. The Biscuits are known for thrilling audiences with their electrifying live performances, so you’re going to have to rearrange your schedule for this one, Wilmington!
Tragedy & Beatallica | June 15
Calling all rockers! Tragedy takes the best disco and pop-rock music from the 60s & 70s to a whole new level, reimagining them into hot heavy metal tunes with an extra side of theatrics. Bust out your best disco outfits and get your heads ready to bang while discovering a new meaning to your favorite songs. Joining Tragedy this summer at The Queen is Beatallica, a revolutionary mash-up band that combines music from two legendary artists, The Beatles, and Metallica. If you’re looking to laugh, dance and mosh this summer, this metal concert in Wilmington is perfect for you!
Sky Ferreira | June 30
From singer-songwriter to model and actress, Sky Ferreira is an absolute indie icon. She has toured with major artists like Miley Cyrus and Vampire Weekend and her combination of synth-pop and indie makes her music not only captivating but electrifying to hear live. IIf you’re a fan of indie-pop, this is the indie concert that you absolutely can’t afford to miss this summer.
The Ultimate Doors | July 6
A tribute band to “The Doors” that is guaranteed to bring you the most authentic live experience to the old and new generations of Doors fans. Not only is their music as close to original as can be, but The Ultimate Doors bring attention to detail in all aspects of their show, paying tribute to everything from Jim Morrison’s leather outfits to the color of the mic cable. If you want to experience tribute to one of the most influential bands of all time, then this is the concert for you this summer in Wilmington.
Morgan Evans | July 13
Can you truly have a great summer season without country music? Grab a date and come see this romantic Australian-born singer who will serenade you with his enchanting country love songs. Morgan Evans’ incredible instrumentals fill his performances with passion and energy. Every lyric he sings comes straight from the heart and you can feel the emotion in every song. If you’re looking for a charming night of country this summer, seeing Morgan Evans live at The Queen is a must.
Flamingos in the Tree w/ Silver Cup | July 16
Psychedelic vibes are in store for whoever comes out to see these four smooth indie rockers at The Queen this summer. Originally based in Reno, Flamingos in the Tree will bring you the diverse genres of Northern Nevada, filling the room with forlorn lyrics and the chill sounds of the west.
A Night of Soul with Nadjah Nicole | July 22
Widely known from her appearance on “The Voice,” Nadjah Nicole will be filling The Crown this summer with her lively, soulful vocals. If you know her as the co-host from Nadj N Jea, then you know you can also expect a commanding presence with a side of silly. She’s been hard at work on a new batch of originals and will be backed by a full band for this special evening of soul music. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience Nadjah’s renowned voice this summer at The Queen – this show will be something you definitely don’t want to miss.
WE OUTSIDE PARTY Throwback Party w/ Nivea | July 29
An incredible, soulful voice and catchy lyrics, what more could you ask for? Nivea is singing out Main Hall with her contemporary R&B hits this summer at The Queen. Featured in songs with Lil Jon and YoungBloodZ, Nivea is known for her influences of pop and hip-hop and is a performance you do not want to miss if you love R&B.
Don’t forget to check out the Upcoming Shows page to see all of the incredible live music happening at The Queen and be sure to save The Queen’s Spotify playlists for Main Hall and The Crown to your account, so you never miss a newly announced beat. We can’t wait to party with you this summer, Wilmington!