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With the New Year comes new chances of catching that band or that artist you’ve always wanted to see live.

The coronavirus pandemic has caused several shows to be canceled or postponed over the past two years, but lineups at San Antonio event centers point to a boisterous 2022, from rock to country to music. pop.

Plus, the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo is in full swing for 2022 with artists like Ludacris, Tim McGraw, Lady A, and Brad Paisley starring – but the music doesn’t end there.

Here’s a rundown of the concerts to expect in San Antonio this year.

January

  • January 15: Thursday, Paper Tiger. Ticket information here.

February

  • February 2: Gary Clark Jr., HEB Performance Hall at the Tobin Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 2: Tool, AT&T center. Ticket information here.
  • February 2: Circa Survive, Vibes Event Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 5, Best Coast, Paper Tiger. Ticket information here.
  • February 8: Disney Princess: The Concert, HEB Performance Hall at the Tobin Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 10: Toby Keith, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.

  • February 11, 12: LeAnn Rimes, Gruene Hall. Ticket information here.
  • February 11: Midland, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 12: Riley Green, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 12: Little Texas, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 13: Wade Bowen, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 13: Tanya Tucker, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 14: Lady A, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 14: Il Divo, HEB Performance Hall at the Tobin Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 15: Brady Paisley, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 16: Sam Hunt, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 16: Aminé, Aztec Theater. Ticket information here.
  • February 17: Ludacris, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 18: Night Ranger, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 19: Tim McGraw (two shows), San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 19: Wale, Aztec Theater. Ticket information here.
  • February 20: Mickey Guyton, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 20: Ramon Ayala y sus Bravos del Norte, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 20: Underoath, Aztec Theater. Ticket information here.
  • February 21: Little Big Town, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 21: Theory of a Deadman, HEB Performance Hall at the Tobin Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 22: 3 Doors Down, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 23: Storytellers from Texas: Kevin Fowler, Jack Ingram, Kolby Cooper, Cory Morrow & Mike Ryan, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 23: Gladys Knight, HEB Performance Hall at the Tobin Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 24: Brett Young, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 25: Styx, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 26: Jimmie Allen, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • February 26: Ryan Bingham, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo at the AT&T Center. Ticket information here.

March

  • March 5: Static-X, Aztec Theater. Ticket information here.
  • March 10: Glassjaw, Vibes Event Center. Ticket information here.
  • March 17: Colbie Caillat, Charline McCombs Empire Theater. Ticket information here.
  • March 17: Cannibal Corpse, Vibes Event Center. Ticket information here.
  • March 21, 22: Willie Nelson & Family, Majestic Theater. Ticket information here.
  • March 21: Judas Priest, Freeman Coliseum. Ticket information here.
  • March 21, Kat Von D and Prayers, Paper Tiger. Ticket information here.
  • March 22: Kenny G, HEB Performance Hall at the Tobin Center. Ticket information here.
  • March 27: The Flaming Lips, Aztec Theater. Ticket information here.
  • March 28: Ministry, Aztec Theater. Ticket information here.
  • March 29: Jesse & Joy. Ticket information here.

April

  • April 2: Eric Church, AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • April 3: Amanda Miguel and Diego Verdaguer, Aztec Theater. Ticket information here.
  • April 5: Hillsong UNITED + Chris Tomlin, AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • April 15, 16: Jon Pardi, Lainey Wilson, Hailey Whitters, Whitewater Amphitheater. Ticket information here.
  • April 19: Foreigner, HEB Performance Hall at the Tobin Center. Ticket information here.
  • April 19: J Balvin, AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • April 22: Morgan Wallen, AT&T Center. Ticket information here.

Can

  • May 3: Deftones, AT&T Center. Ticket information here.
  • May 4: The Story So Far, Vibes Event Center. Ticket information here.
  • May 6, 7: The Avett Brothers, Whitewater Amphitheater. Ticket information here.
  • May 8: Alejandra Guzmán & Paulina Rubio, Majestic Theater. Ticket information here.
  • May 13: Lee Brice, John T. Floore Country Store. Ticket information here.
  • May 21: New Kids on the Block, AT&T Center. Ticket information here.

June

  • June 17: Eli Young Band, Whitewater Amphitheater. Ticket information here.
  • June 18, 19: Blue Man Group, HEB Performance Hall at the Tobin Center. Ticket information here.
  • June 24: Don McLean, HEB Performance Hall at the Tobin Center. Ticket information here.

July

  • July 17: RuPaul, Majestic Theater. Ticket information here.
  • July 28: Johnny Mathis, HEB Performance Hall at the Tobin Center. Ticket information here.

August

  • August 21: Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, Alamodome. Ticket information here.

September

  • September 17: Rammstein, Alamodome. Ticket information here.

October

  • October 29: Elton John, Alamodome. Ticket information here.

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