Concerts and Shows to See in Hershey, PA: July 2023
Summer is in full swing at Hersheypark Stadium, GIANT Center and Hershey Theatre
Get ready, showgoers - the month of July brings concerts, comedy, and fun on the ice to the sweetest venues in the world! No matter what kind of entertainment fan you are, our upcoming shows are sure to keep you jamming all July long, with a little something for all members of the family to enjoy during the peak of summer. Keep reading to check out the full roundup!
Saturday, July 1
Zac Brown Band at Hersheypark Stadium | 7 P.M.
Zac Brown Band makes their return to Hersheypark Stadium as they set out on their 10th North American tour. The “From The Fire Tour” will showcase the band’s one-of-a-kind southern rock style over 30 shows, including a stop at The Sweetest Place On Earth for a special night under the lights to kick-off the start of July.
Sunday, July 2
Big Time Rush at Hersheypark Stadium | 7 P.M.
Nearly one year to the date after their performance at GIANT Center on July 1, 2022, Big Time Rush is heading back to Hershey, Pa., on the “Can’t Get Enough Tour.” The 35-date tour celebrates the release of their newest album, “Another Life,” and includes openers MAX and Jax. Pop star MAX has amassed more than 1.5 billion streams and has released several multi-platinum songs, while singer-songwriter and Tik-Tok star Jax has made waves with her body-positive anthem “Victoria’s Secret,” which debuted on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.
Wednesday, July 5
3ICE at GIANT Center | 7 P.M.
The speed, skill, and excitement that hockey fans love is coming back to GIANT Center! Featuring the best part of hockey: overtime all-the-time, 3ICE features a three-on-three, bracket-style, single-elimination series of games in seven cities across North America. Each stop on the 3ICE tour features four of the eight league teams, composed of professional ice hockey players competing in three-on-three a la the NHL’s overtime format for two eight-minute periods with a running clock. The single-elimination format includes two first-round games, a consolation match, and a title game for a total of four games each night. 3ICE is uniquely designed to give hockey fans the ability to indulge in viewing the exhilarating three-on-three overtime concept, which was introduced in 2015. This is some serious fun on the ice that you won't want miss!
Thursday, July 6
Tori Amos at Hershey Theatre | 7:30 P.M.
Continuing the celebration of her highly-acclaimed 2021 album “Ocean to Ocean,” trailblazing musician Tori Amos brings the “Ocean to Ocean Tour” to Hershey Theatre this summer. Following a sold-out world tour last year, Amos will perform with long-time collaborator bassist Jon Evans, and renowned UK drummer Josh Sloan. Tow’rs will join as the support for her near sold-out visit to Hershey, Pa. Tickets for this show won't last too much longer, so be sure to secure yours now!
Friday, July 7
Jerry Seinfeld at Hershey Theatre | Times Vary
Emmy-nominated comedian Jerry Seinfeld will take the Hershey Theatre stage for two sold-out performances on July 7. Hailed for his uncanny ability to joke about the little things in life, Seinfeld will perform his newest stand-up routine during his upcoming visit to The Sweetest Place On Earth. He last visited Hershey for two sold-out shows back in March 2020.
Thursday, July 13
Luke Bryan at Hersheypark Stadium | 7 p.m.
This is our kind of night! Luke Bryan is bringing the “Country On Tour 2023" to Hersheypark Stadium. Visiting 35 cities across the U.S., Bryan will bring special guests Chayce Beckham, Ashley Cooke, Conner Smith and DJ Rock to Hershey, Pa., for a can’t-miss performance that country music fans are sure to love.
Friday, July 28
Jason Aldean at Hersheypark Stadium | 7:30 p.m.
Closing out an exciting July slate of shows, Grammy-nominated artist Jason Aldean will grace the Hersheypark Stadium stage on July 28. The multi-platinum entertainer has 27 No. 1 singles, 15 billion streams, and more than 20 million albums sold. Aldean’s “Highway Desperado Tour” will visit 41 cities, including a stop in Hershey, Pa., with special guests Mitchel Tenpenny, Corey Kent and Dee Jay Silver.
RIDE COASTERS BEFORE THE SHOW
The Sweetest Place On Earth is the place to be this summer, especially as Hersheypark celebrates the opening of its brand-new hybrid coaster, Wildcat's Revenge! Entertainment fans can partake in all of the summer fun that the Park has to offer with an event ticket special. Just show your concert/show ticket at Ticketing Services located in Tram Circle on the day of, the day before, or the day after an event to receive the discounted admission price of $56.95.
See the stars under the stars at Hersheypark Stadium and experience the most prominent names in the music industry as they make their stop in Central PA. Hersheypark Stadium also plays host to regional high school sports, band competitions and more.
GIANT Center hosts an impressive line-up of star-studded performances including concerts, professional ice shows and family events. It also serves as home to the Hershey Bears Hockey Club and various PIAA high school state championship events.
Hershey Theatre opened in September 1933. It has established itself as the area’s premier performing arts center, presenting the finest in touring Broadway shows, classical music and world-renowned entertainers.