The 20 Best Concerts Coming to Miami in Summer 2022

Summertime means that Miami’s music scene is hot — literally. With outdoor concerts all across town, sunscreen and proper hydration are mandatory. But the good news is that FTX Arena is also busting out with big shows, and it will keep you cool as the stage heats up. Otherwise, put on your dancing shoes and get ready to sweat it out all summer.

These are the shows we’re excited to hit.

Because the top of the bill is amazing (and just the start) 

Because ’80s R&B is still smooth stuff

Machine Gun Kelly with Blackbear and Iann Dior, June 15, FTX Arena

Because the Wild Boy is all grown up and still bringing the heat

Motley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, June 18, Hard Rock Stadium

Because you know Eddie Munson will be there in spirit if not in corporeal form

Because Latin pop keeps you dancing all night

Because we love these Aussie hard rockers, and not just because of their name

Miami Salsa Festival with Willie Colon, Victor Manuelle, Groupo Niche and more, July 9, FTX Arena

Because Willie Colon created his own hot salsa sound that’s made it for 50 years

Rolling Loud Festival with Ye (Kanye West), Future, Kendrick Lamar and more, July 22-24, Hard Rock Stadium

Because this is the big hip-hop festival of the summer

Because this is the small hip-hop festival of the summer

Because you never lost their number

Because he’s planning to go til dawn

Because this Puerto Rican rapper can fill Miami’s biggest stadium twice

Because his political theater is Instagram gold

Because his reggaeton beat is Miami’s favorite sound

Because doing a little Californication in the hot sun still works after 20 years

Because there’s nothing like singing “Mr. Brightside” with an entire arena

Because he’ll make you feel the bachata beat all night long

Because she’ll definitely sing “Shallow” 

Because a gorgeous Colombian woman doing reggaeton makes for a great night at the arena

Because have you even lived if you haven’t listened to “King” on repeat for several hours

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