Before September comes to an end don’t forget to make plans to see one of these live shows. These are all top performers that are known for putting on incredible live performances. Don’t let these deals slip you by, especially those JAY-Z and Beyonce tickets because they’ll be gone before you know it. Go and purchase your tickets today through Goldstar.
Deep Purple and Judas Priest at FivePoint Amphitheatre (September 27th)
Enshrined as No. 4 in Total Guitar magazine’s “Top 20 Greatest Guitar Riffs Ever,” Deep Purple’s intro to “Smoke on the Water” also happens to be one of the world’s most recognizable signals that a firestorm of pure rock power is about to be unleashed. Feel the heat firsthand when they join with Judas Priest on this co-headlining tour, stopping at FivePoints Amphitheatre in Irvine. Also known for hits like “Highway Star,” “Space Truckin'” and “Hush,” Deep Purple’s latest album, Infinite, features 10 all-new tracks inspired by the raw, boundary-pushing spirit of the ’70s. Judas Priest, led by the operatic vocals of Rob Halford and the twin guitar assault of Glenn Tipton and Richie Faulkner, has sold over 45 million albums on the strength of hits like “You’ve Got Another Thing Comin’,” “Breaking the Law” and “Living After Midnight.” Named the second greatest metal band of all time by MTV, they’re still sending heads banging with their latest album, Firepower, scoring their highest charting commercial rock-radio single in decades with “Lightning Strike.”
Florence + The Machine at The Hollywood Bowl (September 26th)
“Joy and fury,” Florence Welch reveals, are what propelled her to pen the latest Florence + The Machine album, High as Hope. In a way, joy and fury have always been vital to Florence + The Machine’s singular sound: bombastic, soaring anthems that are somehow both deeply emotional and infectiously buoyant at the same time. After a string of hit singles like “Dog Days Are Over” and “Shake It Out,” and a few whirlwind years of touring rife with, as Welch describes it, “the parties and the video shoots and the madness” that worldwide success brought, she’s found new joy in getting back in the studio to record some of the most ambitious, most heartbreaking, most impossible-not-to-dance-along-to songs of her career. (Need proof? Just take the soulful lead single “Hunger” for a spin.) With the dog days of summer finally over, now’s your chance to experience all this joy and fury live as Florence + The Machine perform under the stars at L.A.’s iconic Hollywood Bowl.
JAY-Z and Beyonce at The Rose Bowl (September 23rd)
“Déja Vu,” “Crazy in Love,” “Run This Town,” “’03 Bonnie & Clyde” — that’s just a little taste of the lineup of multi-platinum hits you’ll hear when hip hop and R&B juggernauts JAY-Z and Beyoncé bring their OTR II concert tour to the L.A. area. The power couple is set to reign over the Rose Bowl, along with special guests DJ Khaled and sibling singing sensations Chloe x Halle. By special arrangement, Goldstar members can purchase excellent seats for OTR II when it comes to Pasadena. The show features one of the largest stages ever for a concert tour, including two catwalks that extend deep in to the audience and a floating platform that goes over half the length of the stadium. The production is a celebration of love, family and culture, featuring a performance wall embedded within the massive screens, a 26-person vertical orchestra and 17 dancers. In addition to their game-changing duets and tracks from their latest album, Everything Is Love, expect to hear JAY-Z and Beyoncé throw down solo hits like “Dirt Off Your Shoulder,” “99 Problems,” “Run the World (Girls)” and “Formation.”