Fri., August 23 – Marc Anthony at American Airlines Arena, 8 pm, $59 - $179
Over two nights, Marc Anthony will be taking over the American Airlines Arena. The Latin superstar has won two Grammys and three Latin Grammys, with an impressive discography under his belt. Known for salsa hits and classic ballads, Anthony is also an actor, producer, and singer-songwriter. The weekend full of hits from the singer begins on Friday night at 8 pm.
Sat., August 24 – Slightly Stoopid at Sunset Cove Amphitheatre, 6:30 pm, $35
Psychedelic, reggae, and rock come together in Slightly Stoopid, as part of the Atmosphere Kickin' Up Dust Summer Tour. The California based group has been known for their blend of rock, reggae, hip hop and funk, and have been active on the music scene since the mid-90s. Also part of the tour: hip hop group Atmosphere and reggae band Tribal Seeds.The night begins at 6:30 pm in Boca Raton at the Sunset Cove Amphitheatre.
Sat. August 24 – Latin Music TV at PAX, 9 pm, $15 - $20
PAX showcases some of the best Latin groups this Saturday night. Latin Music TV presents three South Florida groups, starting with singer Roxy. Following Roxy is La Previa, and closing out the night is the headliner Linea Subte, an Argentinian Ska Punk band. The Latin Music TV showcase begins at 9 pm on Saturday night.
Sun., August 25 – Backstreet Boys at Cruzan Amphitheatre, 7 pm, $29 - $144
The early '00s come alive on Sunday night, with the Backstreet Boys coming back to South Florida. The 'In a World Like This' tour features the boy band, as well as late '90s singer Jesse McCartney, as well as DJ Pauly D of Jersey Shore fame. The nostlagia comes together on Sunday night at the Cruzan Amphitheatre beginning at 7 pm.