Summer 2024 Miami Concert Preview

Though summer doesn’t officially start until June 20, who are we fooling? Ask your air conditioning or your internal body temperature and they’ll tell you summer in Miami started weeks ago. But let’s split the difference and say summer starts on Memorial Day Weekend which means it’s time for our Jitney summer 2024 Miami concert preview.

Idles June 10 at Revolution Live

The loud British rock band play their first ever South Florida show where they’ll undoubtedly bring the energy and a mosh pit.

Justin Timberlake June 15 at Kaseya Center

From NSYNC to The Trolls, JT with his eight #1 hits has often times lived up to his self-imposed not-so-modest nickname of The Prince of Pop.  On his The Forget Tomorrow World Tour, he’ll perform all his hits.

Red Hot Chili Peppers June 23 at Hard Rock Live

It’s hard to believe the once young upstarts of funk rock are now in their sixties. But singer Anthony Kiedis, bassist Flea, and company are still out their screaming “Give It Away” and “Suck My Kiss”.

Jacuzzi Boys July 18 at Miami Beach Bandshell

Miami’s favorite garage rock band play a free outdoor show at the Bandshell as part of their North Beach Social series.

DIIV July 21 at The Ground

Anyone who made it on time to last fall’s Depeche Mode concert knows this is a concert to go to. The Brooklyn quartet brought a dreamy shoegaze sound when they opened for a disinterested aging Goth audience at the cavernous Kaseya Center. I’m looking forward to seeing what their show is like in a more intimate setting.

Missy Elliott July 25 at Amerant Bank Arena

I’m always confounded by what acts can fill up an arena and which can’t. I suppose it makes sense with all her #1 hits that Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliot would play a sports arena with her hip-hop, r&b, and pop hits. Ciara and Busta Rhymes will also be on the stage.

The Marias July 27 & 28 at The Fillmore

The Los Angeles indie pop band have a two night residency on Miami Beach where they’ll play and eclectic bilingual medley of songs.

Ladytron August 26 at Culture Room

It was a surprise to see this British electronic act are back on the road. At their last South Florida show back in 2011 they put on a set that had all of Grand Central dancing into sweaty oblivion.

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David Rolland

David Rolland edits the Jitney blog. He is the author of the novels Yo-Yo & The End of the Century.