With his 11th chart-topper "Doin' What She Likes" having broken the record for the most consecutive number-one singles in the 24-year history of Billboard's Country Airplay chart, Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum selling country superstar Blake Shelton brings his national tour to Moline's Vibrant Arena at the MARK on March 27, the icon also famed for having been a judge on the televised singing competitions Nashville Star and Clash of the Choirs, as well as a 12-year coach on NBC's The Voice.

Ever since the 2018 musical bio-pic Bohemian Rhapsody won four Academy Awards and grossed more than $215 million domestic and $875 million worldwide, Freddie Mercury and Queen have been hotter than ever – which is sure to be proven by the raucous crowd response on March 23 when Moline's Vibrant Arena at the MARK pays tribute to the iconic British rockers in the stage spectacle One Night of Queen performed by Gary Mullen & the Works.

Carrying listeners away on a mind-expanding journey driven by cutting-edge effects, high-powered lasers, and large-screen video projection, Paramount's touring sensation The Pink Floyd Laser Spectacular lands at Davenport's Capitol Theatre on March 23, its first half, viewed through 3D glasses, featuring The Dark Side of the Moon, and the second half, viewed through mind-blowing prism glasses, rocking to Pink Floyd's The Wall.

Now celebrating their 20th year of thrilling crowds with spectacular renditions of “Waterloo,” “The Winner Takes It All,” “Take a Chance on Me,' and additional favorites, the tribute artists of Dancing Queen: An ABBA Salute headline a March 23 concert at East Moline venue The Rust Belt, the show promising a mesmerizing experience for every Chiquitita, Super Trouper, Fernando, and Dancing Queen around.

On March 24, a pair of widely lauded indie outfits will team up for a co-headlining bill at Davenport's Raccoon Motel, with Sun June's 2023 album Bad Dream Jaguar hailed by The Cosmic Clash as a work that "stands as a testament to [the musicians'] artistic progression and their ability to mesmerize audiences from the first notes," and Wild Pink's 2022 ILYSM praised by Pitchfork as a recording that "shines bright and ... soothes an aching soul."

Touring in support of his fall release Lados B that Pitchfork called a "sunny, vibey jazz record" that "brings back a distinct era of rediscovery and anti-nostalgia," Chicago-based drumming powerhouse Daniel Villarreal returns to Davenport's Raccoon Motel for a March 28 headlining concert event, Villarreal's previous album Panamá 77 lauded by the Eisenberg Review as "a mesmerizing myriad of instrumental folk-funk sounds and psychedelic jazz texture.

Performing a special solo concert at the Raccoon Motel, singer/songwriter and guitarist John McCauley brings his talents to Davenport on March 25, the alternative rocker best known for his longtime membership in the indie ensemble Deer Tick whose most recent release Emotional Contracts was lauded by Seven Days as "their strongest album yet" and "a remarkably lean, focused project."

Performing a special season-opening concert at the Codfish Hollow Basement (not to be confused with the Codfish Hollow Barn), singer/songwriter and Trampled by Turtles frontman Dave Simonett headlines a March 23 engagement in Maquoketa, the artist's solo album Red Tail hailed by Acoustic Guitar for “the quiet lyricism of the songwriting – the sound of Simonett working on his craft and finding new colors to describe this moment of plainspoken, Midwestern honesty.”

An evening of classic '80s rock is promised at Maquoketa's Ohnward Fine Arts Center on March 23 when the venue treats fans to a night with Bad Medicine, the exhilarating touring musicians who will deliver a first act of Bon Jovi hits and a second act of "Non Jovi" smashes, featuring favorites by the hard-rocking likes of Poison, Van Halen, and Guns N' Roses.

Celebrating songs from more than 40 years of music in collaborations with the likes of Hoagy Carmichael, Harold Arlen, Jerome Kern, and Henry Mancini, Moon River: The Songs of Johnny Mercer is set to enthrall audiences at the Coralville Center for the Performing Arts on March 23, delivering an evening of beloved standards straight from the golden age of Hollywood, among them "Satin Doll," "Jeepers Creepers," and "Days of Wine and Roses."