Celebration to the Beginning of Summer Concert Season with ‘National Concert Day’
– Jason Aldean, Foreigner, The Roots, Daughtry, Prince Royce, Nickelback and More Celebrate ‘National Concert Day’ in New York City –
May 2017 – New York City – From experiencing live music under the stars at an outdoor amphitheater, to rocking out at an arena, or taking a road trip to a music festival, there is something special about summer concerts, and to celebrate the start of the season, New Yorkers were treated to National Concert Day on May 1.
National Concert Day is a time for the artists and fan communities to unite around their love of live music. With most tours and festivals already announced, it’s also a great time for fans to plan out their summer concert schedule the summer months.
On National Concert Day, a special concert in New York City took place at Irving Plaza featuring performances by Jason Aldean, Foreigner, The Roots, Daughtry, Prince Royce and Nickelback.
Prior to the performance, several of the artists stoped by to chat with media about their upcoming summer tour including, OneRepublic, Rob Thomas and Paul Doucette (Matchbox Twenty), Joan Jett, Adam Lambert (Queen + Adam Lambert), Phillip Phillips, Stephan Jenkins (Third Eye Blind), John Rzeznik (Goo Goo Dolls), Mike Einziger and Brandon Boyd (Incubus), Straight No Chaser, Scott Bradlee (Postmodern Jukebox), Adam Duritz (Counting Crows), Cheap Trick, Jason Bonham, The KIDZ BOP Kids and more.