A season of sound

Q-Notes' annual Music Issue

Musical performers of all stripes are heading to the Carolinas this fall — Pop, Jazz, Country, Classical and more. Here are some of Q-Notes’ editorial staff’s picks.

Featured Picks

Zac Brown Band

Topping Billboard charts with singles “Chicken Fried,” “Whatever it is,” and “Toes,” the Atlanta, Ga.-based Zac Brown Band is taking Country music fans by storm. With the right mix of traditional Country and modern, youthful appeal, a night with the Zac Brown Band is a night worth sharing with friends.

Sept. 24
Cary
Koka Booth Amphitheatre
Regency Park

Sept. 26
Charlotte
Uptown Amphitheatre
N.C. Music Factory

Oct. 10
Charleston
Family Circle
Magazine Stadium

Vienna Boys Choir

The modern day descendant of the choirs of the Viennese Court, the internationally renowned Vienna Boys Choir has graced the stages of some of the world’s most premier and exclusive performance halls. This October, they’ll perform for a Tar Heel audience.

Oct. 25 • Raleigh
Meymandi
Concert Hall
Progress Energy Center

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Comedy

Oct. 14 • Durham
Robin Williams
Durham Performing Arts Center

Nov. 7 • Charlotte
Stephen Lynch – 3 Balloons Tour
The Fillmore

Nov. 8 • Raleigh
Dane Cook
RBC Center

Dec. 11 • Raleigh
Daniel Tosh
of Comedy Central’s “Tosh2.0”
Meymandi Concert Hall
Progress Energy Center

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Kathy Griffin

Oct. 15 • Greenville, S.C.
Peace Center for the Performing Arts

Oct. 16 • Durham
Durham Performing Arts Center

Oct. 17 • Charlotte
Ovens Auditorium

Oct. 18 • Charleston, S.C.
North Charleston Performing Arts Center

Sept. 25 • Myrtle Beach
The Sounds
House of Blues

Sept. 27 • Myrtle Beach
Chevelle
House of Blues

Sept. 27 • Charlotte
The Disco Biscuits
The Fillmore

Sept. 29 • Charlotte
Rob Thomas with OneRepublic and Carolina Liar
Uptown Amphitheatre
N.C. Music Factory

Oct. 3 • Charlotte
Widespread Panic / The Allman Brothers Band
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre

Oct. 3 • Raleigh
U2 360 Tour
Carter-Finley Stadium

Oct. 3 • Myrtle Beach
B.B. King
House of Blues

Bonnie Raitt

Oct. 13 • Asheville
Asheville Civic Center
Oct. 17 • Myrtle Beach
House of Blues

Oct. 14 • Charlotte
O.A.R.
Uptown Amphitheatre
N.C. Music Factory

Blues Traveler

Oct. 15 • Charlotte
The Fillmore
Oct. 16 • Myrtle Beach
House of Blues

Oct. 16 • N. Charleston
Willie Nelson
North Charleston Performing Arts Center

Oct. 17 • Greenville, S.C.
KISS: Alive 35
BI-LO Center

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Oct. 18 • Charlotte
Metallica
Time Warner Cable Arena
formerly Charlotte Bobcats Arena

Oct. 20 • Myrtle Beach
Shinedown
House of Blues

Oct. 20 • Charlotte
Queensryche
The Fillmore

Oct. 21 • Charlotte
Glamour Kills Tour: All Time Low with We The Kings, Hey Monday, Friday Night Boys
The Fillmore

Oct. 22 • Myrtle Beach
Glamour Kills Tour: All Time Low with We The Kings, Hey Monday, Friday Night Boys
House of Blues

Oct. 23 • Myrtle Beach
Hanson & Hellogoodbye
House of Blues

Oct. 25 • Greensboro
AC/DC
Greensboro Coliseum Complex

Oct. 26 • Greensboro
Yo Yo Ma
Greensboro Coliseum Complex

Oct. 31 • Greensboro
A&T Homecoming Concert,
featuring Gucci Mane, Oj Da Juice Man, Nicki Minaj
Greensboro Coliseum Complex

Nov. 6 • Myrtle Beach
Adult Swim Presents: Metalocalypse’s Dethklok, Mastodon, Converge, and High on Fire
House of Blues

Nov. 20 • Myrtle Beach
All American Rejects & Taking Back Sunday with Anberlin
House of Blues

Miley Cyrus

Nov. 22 • Greensboro
Greensboro Coliseum Complex
Nov. 24 • Charlotte
Time Warner Cable Arena
formerly Charlotte Bobcats Arena

Nov. 22 • Charlotte
Roger Daltrey
The Fillmore

David Allan Coe

Dec. 4 • Myrtle Beach
House of Blues
Dec. 6 • Charlotte
Charlotte

Note: Check LiveNation.com and Ticketmaster.com for tickets and concert details.

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