Best concerts to go to over the summer
Lady Gaga, who has been entertaining the world with her catchy songs and ridiculous outfits, is now coming to the Bay Area over the summer to entertain us some more.
"I'm really excited because I've heard her concerts are amazing and I love her songs," said sophomore Shivani Chada, who will be attending the concert. "I can't wait!"
Lady Gaga will be performing many of her songs from her latest album "The Fame Monster" along with her many other famous singles at the HP Pavillion Center in San Jose on Aug. 16 and 17 with the cheapest tickets going for $120.
Singers Usher, Ke$ha, Lil Jon, New Boyz, Trey Songz and many more artists are all coming together to perform on one stage to give viewers a night to remember at the HP Pavilion on May 13. The concert which is hosted by Wild 94.9 is an annual event which never seems to disappoint viewers, and this year will be no exception. At the moment the cheapest seats are being sold for $59 and the most expensive are being sold for $470.
Are you a country fan? If yes, then Tim McGraw's Southern Voice concert is just right for you. Playing at the Shoreline Amphitheater on May 29, Tim McGraw brings his timeless country sound to the Bay Area. Featuring new bands Lady Antebellum, whose chart topping single "Need You Now" is rocking the radio, and Love and Theft, three guys with amazing harmony, this concert is guaranteed to bring out the cowboy/cowgirl in you. Tickets at the moment are going out for $90 for best available seating and $38 are the cheapest.
February 12: Bombay in the Bay 6:00 PM (McAfee)
February 13: Bombay in the Bay 6:00 PM (McAfee)
February 15: Winter Break Begins
February 16: Orchestra Concert, 8:00 AM
February 25: "Good Morning Karina" Student Production
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