Upcoming Live Concerts in Sacramento, California Schedule & 2020 Calendar...
Sacramento is California’s capital, located about half way up the state where the Sacramento River and the American River meet. California has a number of large and prosperous cities, ranging from Los Angeles to San Francisco to San Diego. What sets Sacramento’s sound apart? Keep reading to find out...
Venues for Sacramento Events & Concerts...2020 Event Tickets for Sacramento Concerts are on sale now!
According an Eventbrite’s research, the global market for live music is on an upward climb, projected to reach $29 million by the year 2021. A handful of cities are project to expand at a more rapid pace. Sure, some of these powerhouse music cities are larger, expected nominees, such as Los Angeles and New York, but some of the fresher predictions include Pittsburgh, Oakland, and Sacramento. In the case of Sacramento, it is the number one fastest growing music city, a surprise to the folks at Eventbrite, because Sacramento is not known for being a cultural hub. Some believe that due to Sacramento’s relatively low rent prices and equally alluring weather, Californians and transplants have gravitated towards the city. Go to Sacramento to see what is changing and evolving in their music scene.
Sacramento, CA Concert Tour Dates and Schedule...For Concerts in Sacramento, please see our event listing calendar of Concert tour dates in 2020!
Sacramento’s live music scene still has a long way to grow in terms of its local talent...Although Sacramento is experiencing unprecedented growth in its music scene, much of the success is for top, national performers. Due in part to a lack of small venues, this city’s local and regional artists are in threat of being left behind. Big ticket sale platforms often exclude the few small-scale venues that do exist.
Although this preference for national music is disheartening to some, listeners who love familiar, mainstream sounds will love Sacramento. Ace of Spades pulls in only touring acts. Harlow and Holy Diver only feature local music at the demand of touring artists. Even niche venues such as Goldfield only open its stage to local bands during set times of year, such as during The Beautiful Death tour for post-hardcore bands in Sacramento that occurs once annually.
What does this mean for listeners? Sacramento is not a place that is introducing the world to new, great music. However, this city is proving platforms for national stars and regional favorites at a palatable price. As DIY spaces slowly close down, succumbing to threats related to funding and upkeep, a new type of music model is taking over Sacramento. Do not forget to get some tickets to your favorite shows, soon to see how good or how bad these shifts really are.