7 Pepsi Center Don’t Miss Concerts in 2019
The new year is bringing some big-time musical talent to the Pepsi Center in Denver.
Sometimes it's just really cool to get away for a couple of days, head to the big city, and enjoy a concert by one of the biggest names in the industry. I can tell you, it's not too early to start making plans, buying tickets, requesting time off, and making reservations.
Though more big-name concerts will be added in the coming weeks, here's an early look at 7 concerts spanning various musical genres you don't want to miss in 2019.
His career has stretched more than 50 years, and now Bob Seger says it's time to wrap it up, announcing his final tour. If you have never seen Bob Seger in concert, this may, in fact, be your last opportunity. (This show was rescheduled from an earlier date)
He's one of the hottest country acts on the market today, and his popularity is off the charts. That explains why it is taking two dates to satisfy all of the Eric Church fans who want to join the Church.
You may not understand every word he says, but there's no question you will enjoy every amazing note Andrea Bocelli sings. Bocelli has sung for presidents, popes, and kings, and has been described as "the most beautiful voice in the world."
Hugh Jackman - The Man The Music, The Show features a live orchestra and music from The Greatest Showman, Les Miserables, The Boy From Oz and other songs from Broadway and film. Seeing The Greatest Showman is all it took for me to become a fan of Hugh Jackman.
The DNA World Tour comes to Denver with the original five-man line up intact, some 22 years after it all began. They are the best-selling boy band of all-time with more than 100 million records sold worldwide.
It's called "The Final Tour Ever - KISS - End of the Road World Tour. It's been 45 years since they started, and only Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley remain from the original line up - but will anyone really notice?
Carrie Underwood has come so far since winning American Idol in 2005 and a subsequent afternoon appearance at Country Jam. Now, she's one of the biggest musical stars on the planet, with one of the strongest and purest voices around. You don't have to be a country music fan to appreciate the music and talent of Carrie Underwood.