Summer Concerts to Plan For

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Summer is for barbecuing, bike-riding, and beach-going for those of you who are not landlocked. And in 2016 more than ever, it’s for catching summer concerts. While most of us have been forced to relinquish summer breaks with our transition into adulthood, an epic concert on the calendar allows us that familiar countdown to summer. The only thing that makes that countdown more exciting is knowing you’ll be watching your favorite performer from a luxury suite! The wide world of concerts boasts an impressive line-up this summer and here are some shows you won’t want to miss:

  • Drake & Future Suites

When Drake and Future recently announced their Summer Sixteen Tour, the duo sparked frenzied demand. The tour was announced on the heels of Drake’s spanking-new album, Views From the 6, and shares it’s name with one of Drake’s recent singles. Drake and his “Future” sidekick hit the road on July 20th, kicking off their steamy summer tour in Dallas, Texas.

Private suites for Drake and Future generally range from $7,000 to $15,000. Look for Drake Suite Pricing.

  • Beyonce Suites

Beyonce, nicknamed “Queen B”, gives fans in North America more than 40 chances to worship the stage she walks on with her Formation Tour. The North American leg of the  tour, which kicked off April 27th in Miami, is slated to wrap up on October 2nd in Nashville. The opening night of Beyonce’s tour garnered rave reviews from critics and is sure not to cool off anytime soon.

Private suites for Beyonce generally range from $10,000 to $15,000. View Beyonce suite pricing.

  • Coldplay Suites

Despite their chilly name, Coldplay is hotter than ever. Fresh off of their riveting Super Bowl 50 performance, the band is bringing the heat to over 20 cities nationwide with their A Head Full of Dreams Tour. The North American leg of the tour is set to launch on July 16th in New York, NY and will close on September 3rd in San Francisco, California. Coldplay is making summertime concert-goers’ dreams a reality.

Private suites for Coldplay generally range from $6,000 to $10,000. View Coldplay suite pricing.

  • Guns N’ Roses Suites

Guns N’ Roses will be traveling beyond just “Paradise City” this summer on their Not in This Lifetime Tour. The Rock N’ Roll Hall of Famer’s reunion tour will feature their classic lineup sharing a tour bus for the first time in 23 years. The band’s first stop will be Detroit Michigan on June 23rd. The tour earned it’s name from a 2012 interview during which Axl Rose responded to a question about a Guns N’ Roses reunion tour with “not in this lifetime.”

Private suites for Guns N’ Roses generally start at $8,000 but can cost as much as $30,000 at some venues. View pricing for Guns N’ Roses suites.

  • Blink 182 Suites

Blink 182 was removed from the music scene for longer than the blink of an eye after releasing their most recent album in 2011. Blink fans are ecstatic to find out they are back and touring to support their upcoming album, California. Blink 182 will be delivering their seemingly endless arsenal of punk-rock hits to over 40 U.S. cities starting on July 22nd.

Private suites for Blink 182 generally range from $3,000-$7,000. View Blink 182 suite pricing.

  • Adele Suites

Tons of concert enthusiasts are lining up to say ‘hello’ to Adele this summer during her 2016 tour, but tickets may not be easy to come by. Tickets to the 25 Tour are a hot commodity, disappearing in just minutes. Adele’s world-wide tour gets fired up on July 5th, with the North American portion continuing through November 9th. If you can get your hands on tickets, be prepared to witness what could be the hottest tour this summer.

Suites for Adele are selling for around $20,000. Search for Adele suite pricing.
For more information or to book a private suite for one of these summer concerts, visit or contact our suite experts online at or by phone at 1-844-SuiteHop.

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