Sigh. The year is already halfway over. But good news — summer is in full swing and there are tons of exciting ways to spend your vacation. Check out our team’s suggestions for the month of July, and buy your event tickets soon!
“After entering with high hopes, the Boston Red Sox’ season has been disappointing so far, although there have been glimmers of hope. With July comes the dog days of summer, and if the Red Sox are going to right the ship, they have to start now. If you can make it up to Fenway Park to cheer the team on, they’ll certainly appreciate it!” — Andres
“The former Smiths singer is touring in support of his 2014 album, World Peace Is None of Your Business. Female rockers Blondie and Amanda Palmer will join Morrissey on select tour dates, providing the most angst-fueled shows of the year thus far. Don’t miss your chance to see this cult figure live in concert; his dynamic and dark performance is sure to satisfy your hungry indie soul.” — Brittany
“What better way to kick off the summer than with some Zac Brown Band music live? The group is touring all summer, making stops at various ballparks and other popular venues. Country fan or not, you are sure to enjoy some of their latest hits, like “Homegrown”, “Loving You Easy”, and “Chicken Fried”. Grab your sweet tea, pecan pie, or homemade wine and head down to a Zac Brown Band concert!” — Dyana
“It’s true, I picked U2 in May. I saw the iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour four times in Montreal, and I can definitely say with conviction that the shows are among the best the band have put on. The first half of the show brings the audience back to 1970s Ireland, and tells the story of the four Irish rockstars growing up. The second half – the experience half – showcases some of the band’s biggest hits and is very much more loose and party-like. I’ll be there in Toronto, Boston and New York to see U2 before they head off to Europe this fall, and I highly suggest you do the same if you can!” — JP
“Summertime means summer concerts, and for more than 45 years, Sweet Baby James has been a staple on the circuit. With a schedule that includes stops in some of the country’s most iconic outdoor venues, Taylor will be filling the summer night air with familiar tunes like “Fire and Rain” and “You’ve Got a Friend.” Take a walk down memory lane with this perennial favorite.'” — Toni