Whether you live and breathe pop, hip-hop or rock music, there's a concert for you.

There's no shortage of high-profile bands and artists slated to perform in NYC, from Jay-Z to Bruno Mars to Ed Sheeran.

Here's who to see around the city.

Bruno Mars (Sept. 22, 23 and Oct. 4)

Bruno Mars is bringing that
Bruno Mars is bringing that "24K Magic" to the city air. Tickets to his Sept. 22, 23 and Oct. 4 tour dates are now on sale at Ticketmaster for a minimum of $250 a pop, with floor seats nearing $2,000. (Sept. 22 and 23 at MSG and Oct. 4 at Barclays Center, ticketmaster.com) (Credit: AFP / Getty Images / Emmanuel Dunand)

Global Citizen Festival (Sept. 23)

The annual festival mixing music and activism has
The annual festival mixing music and activism has a little bit of something for everyone, featuring performances by Green Day (pictured), Stevie Wonder, The Killers, The Lumineers, The Chainsmokers and more. Tickets are free, but you'll have to earn them by calling local officials and speaking up about social and political movements. (Sept. 23 on Central Park's Great Lawn, globalcitizenfestival.com) (Credit: Getty Images for CBS Radio / Kevin Winter)

Ed Sheeran (Sept. 29 and 30)

You and your bae officially have plans the
You and your bae officially have plans the weekend of Sept. 29. Ed Sheeran went out on tour this summer to promote his latest album, "Divide." (Sept. 29-30, Barclays Center, edsheeran.ontouraccess.com) (Credit: Getty Images / Kevin Winter)

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Katy Perry (Oct. 2 and 11)

Katy Perry -- who's donning a fresh new
Katy Perry -- who's donning a fresh new look -- will be headed on tour this fall. Her fourth album, "Witness," was released in June, so you can expect her to hit the stage with plenty of new tracks (and hopefully some oldies). (Oct. 2, Madison Square Garden; Oct. 11, Barclays Center, katyperry.com) (Credit: Getty Images / Rich Fury)

Paramore (Oct. 4)

Paramore's reinvented team still produces a familiar emo
Paramore's reinvented team still produces a familiar emo sound with its latest album, "After Laughter." Bassist Jeremy Davis left the group before the album's release, but vocalist Hayley Williams is still belting out hits. (Oct. 4 at 7:30 p.m., Radio City Music Hall, radiocity.com) (Credit: Getty Images / Alberto E. Rodriguez)

Benjamin Clementine (Oct. 5)

The British singer-songwriter went from performing on the
The British singer-songwriter went from performing on the streets of Paris to winning the 2015 Mercury Prize (best album in the United Kingdom). His latest, "I Tell a Fly," is due out on Oct. 2. (Oct. 5, Carnegie Hall, carnegiehall.org) (Credit: Getty Images / Pascal Le Segretain)

Lana Del Rey (Oct. 23 and 24)

Lana Del Rey's latest album,
Lana Del Rey's latest album, "Lust for Life," is a continuation of her slow, lush sound, meaning that its songs should slide right into the set list with little trouble. (Oct. 23 and 24, Terminal 5, stubhub.com) (Credit: Getty Images for CBS Radio Inc. / Alberto E. Rodriguez)

T-Pain (Oct. 24)

Considering the popularity of his NPR Tiny Desk
Considering the popularity of his NPR Tiny Desk Concert (one of the most viewed of the series), it shouldn't surprise that the King of Auto-Tune's acoustic tour has already sold out venues across the country. (Oct. 24, Gramercy Theatre, livenation.com) (Credit: Getty Images for Bud Light / Mark Davis)

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Fall Out Boy (Oct. 28)

The band is ready to head out on
The band is ready to head out on tour to promote its new album, "M A N I A," dropping Sept. 15. It'll be Fall Out Boy's first album drop since 2015's "American Beauty/American Psycho." (Oct. 28 at 7 p.m., Barclays Center, barclays.centerbrooklyn.com) (Credit: Getty Images / Harry How)

Janet Jackson (Nov. 15)

Since Jackson first started her
Since Jackson first started her "Unbreakable" world tour in 2015, she's had a child, gotten divorced, delayed the itinerary multiple times and, now, renamed the entire affair the "State of the World" tour. (Nov. 15, Barclays Center, barclayscenter.com) (Credit: Getty Images / Francois Nel)

Jay-Z (Nov. 26)

Jay-Z will be hitting the road months after
Jay-Z will be hitting the road months after welcoming twins with his wife, Beyoncé, to perform tracks off his new album 4:44. Will Blue Ivy get on the stage to rap her part in one of her dad's bonus tracks? Here's hoping. Tickets go on sale July 14 at 10 a.m. (Nov. 26, Barclays Center, ticketmaster.com) (Credit: Getty Images for TIDAL / Jamie McCarthy)

Lorde (April 4, 2018)

Lorde's Barclays Center concert date probably has you
Lorde's Barclays Center concert date probably has you dreaming of spring already. The singer's North American "Melodrama" tour brings her to 30 cities in just under a year. Prepare by keeping "Green Light" on repeat until April. (April 4 at 7 p.m., Barclays Center, ticketmaster.com) (Credit: Getty Images / Kevin Winter)

Harry Styles (June 21, 2018)

The former One Direction star's Sept. 28 Radio
The former One Direction star's Sept. 28 Radio City Music Hall show sold out, so he's decided to swing back to NYC in the spring of 2018. (June 21, 2018, ticketmaster.com) (Credit: Getty Images / Mike Coppola)

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