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This Summer's Hottest Concerts



    This Summer's Hottest Concerts
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    Tickets are still available for Beyonce at the Wachovia Center at the end of June.

    Turn the heat up this summer with some of the hottest concerts to hit the East coast. From hip-hop, to country to old school crushes, one thing's for sure, the music scene in Philly's gonna be on fire.

    Saturday, June 6 marks the second annual Roots Picnic. The Grammy winners take over Festival Pier from 2 p.m. until 11 p.m. But Jimmy Fallon's house band isn't the only act on the roster -- think Public Enemy, Antibalas, The Black Keys, TV on the Radio and Santigold on the main stage with Asher Roth, Writtenhouse, Back 2 Basics (King Britt and Dozia, and Kid Cudi) on the second stage.

    Still not convinced that this concert is going to be off the hook? Well, you can catch everyone, in one place, for one price. Tickets are just $47.50 in advance (or $51 on the day of).

    Also on June 6, former 90's teenyboppers can swoon over Donnie Wahlberg, Joey McIntyre, Jordan and Jonathan Knight and Danny Wood at the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden. Check out New Kids on the Block at 7:30 p.m. Tickets can run you anywhere from $31.25 to $87.25.

    Come on ladies, you know they got "The Right Stuff."

    If you were a boy, you would definitely get to the Wachovia Center on Friday, June 26 to see Beyonce live on-stage. Since embarking on a solo career, Mrs. carter has won 10 Grammys and recorded 17 Top 10 hits.

    Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Grab tickets while you still can. They range from about $21 to $111.

    Snoop Dogg is going to be in Philly this summer and he's looking to leave you "Blazed and Confused." Join the D-oh-double G, Slightly Stoopid and Stephen Marley (son of Bob Marley) at Festival Pier on Saturday, August 7 at 6 p.m. for right around 40 bucks.

    He's a soulful singer, songwriter, pianist and Penn alumni and on August 15, John Legend returns to Philly to perform at The Mann. Showtime is 8 p.m. and tickets are $25 to $90.

    Keith Urban puts the cool back in country. Not only is he married to Nicole Kidman but he's touring with Wyomissing native, Taylor Swift. Catch them both on August 1 at the Wachovia Center. Tickets are still available. Grab nosebleed's for 20 bucks or pay $80 for front and center seating.