Entertainment NYC concerts: Cher, Bob Dylan, more must-see shows By Meghan Giannotta Updated September 18, 2018 2:29 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email 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 Cher to Bob Dylan to Shawn Mendes. You'll want to purchase tickets for these shows now. Here's who to see around the city. Maroon 5 (Oct. 15) Photo Credit: Getty Images for iHeartMedia / Kevin Winter Radio hits from the "Red Pill Blues" album (2017) are still rolling out as Adam Levine hits the road with his band, Maroon 5. With "Girls Like You" featuring an endless list of celeb cameos, keep your fingers crossed for a surprise guest. (Oct. 15 at 7:30 p.m., Madison Square Garden, ticketmaster.com) Steely Dan (Oct. 17-30) Photo Credit: Getty Images / Santiago Felipe Donald Fagen is settling the Dan down in New York for nine shows over 14 days, with the first eight being performances of one of the band's classic albums front-to-back (the final show is billed as being a "Greatest Hits" collection). (Oct. 17-30, Beacon Theatre, ticketmaster.com) Justin Timberlake (Oct. 22 and 24) Photo Credit: Getty Images / Christopher Polk A storm will (probably) not put a damper on Justin Timberlake's Man of the Woods tour this time around. The singer returns to play The Garden for two nights this fall after his show last March was canceled due to a wintry mess that threatened to drop more than a foot of snow on the city. (Oct. 22 and 24 at 8 p.m., Madison Square Garden, ticketmaster.com) Kamasi Washington (Nov. 11) Photo Credit: Getty Images for Coachella / Frazer Harrison The modern-day jazz superstar Washington is a man full of ideas. His first two full-length records, "The Epic" and "Heaven and Earth," weigh in at more than five hours long combined. His concert will likely be shorter than that. (Nov. 11, Brooklyn Steel, ticketmaster.com) Bob Dylan (Nov. 24 through Dec. 1) Photo Credit: Getty Images for VH1 / Christopher Polk Bob Dylan's Never Ending Tour is a changin' for the better for New York City fans.The artist has locked in a seven-night Beacon Theatre residency this holiday season, Live Nation announced Friday. Dylan will take his tour to the city for the first time this year on Nov. 23 and stick around for encore shows on Nov. 24, 26, 27, 29, 30 and Dec. 1. The residency is a two-show boost from the last time he hit the historic venue in 2017. (Beacon Theatre, ticketmaster.com) Travis Scott (Nov. 27-28) Photo Credit: Getty Images / Theo Wargo The rapper and wing of the Kardashian empire, Scott garnered strong reviews for his August album, "Astroworld." Expect a guest appearance or two; everyone from Drake to Stevie Wonder appears on the album. (Nov. 27 and 28, Madison Square Garden, ticketmaster.com) Mitski (Nov. 30, Dec 1 and 2) Photo Credit: Getty Images for Panorama / Nicholas Hunt "Be the Cowboy," the latest album by the indie-rock singer-songwriter, has been hailed by Pitchfork, The Guardian and others, and it's also been her highest charting of her career.(Nov. 30, Dec 1 and 2, Brooklyn Steel, ticketmaster.com) Cher (May 2, 2019) Photo Credit: Getty Images / Ethan Miller Cher heads back out on the road with the "Here We Go Again" tour, her first in five years. After an appearance in "Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again," the artist is expected to release an ABBA tribute album on Sept. 28. (Barclays Center, ticketmaster.com) Pink (May 21, 2019) Photo Credit: Getty Images for NARAS / Kevin Winter The "What About Us" singer just didn't get enough of New York City the first time around. She's added a second Madison Square Garden stop on her Beautiful Trauma Tour, extending the run into 2019. (May 21 at 7 p.m., Madison Square Garden, bandsintown.com) Shawn Mendes (Aug. 24, 2019) Photo Credit: WPA Pool / Getty Images / Andrew Parsons There will be nothin' holding Shawn Mendes back when he heads out on his world tour next spring. The "Treat You Better" singer will be performing tracks off his self-titled album, due out May 25. (Aug. 24, Barclays Center, ticketmaster.com) By Meghan Giannotta Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Go nightclubbing in the past with usLet the party begin. Get your fill of festivals and more to do this weekendDon't spend your days off in your apartment. New album release dates to know Phosphorescent, plus other new albums you'll be listening to this fall. Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.