Performing pieces from their recent release titled prairie transmissions, experimental musicians Mykel Boyd and seah (Chelsea Heikes) bring their outfit post doom romance to Rock Island venue Rozz-Tox on March 2, the artists, as stated in their online biography, "feeling their way through life. Inspired by the writings of Carl Jung and a shared love of sound, plants, water, quiet beauty, books and travel."

The winners of a Country Music Association Award, three CMT Country Music Awards, and an Academy of Country Music Award citation for Vocal Group of the Year, the chart-topping touring artists of Sawyer Brown headline a February 24 concert at Davenport's Rhythm City Casino Resort Event Center, the group's 43 years of performance boasting such career highlights as a Star Search championship win and three number-one singles on the Billboard Hot County Songs chart.

With his singles "Yours," "Blue Tacoma," "Every Little Thing," and "Love You Like I Used To" all hitting Billboard's Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts, Russell Dickerson headlines a February 24 concert at East Moline venue The Rust Belt, the artist's most recent, self-titled album lauded by Country Swag as a work in which Dickerson “continues to shine as one of Nashville's most talented singer/songwriters, stretching himself lyrically, musically, and vocally while remaining abundantly true to himself.”

Traveling the country in support of their most recent recording Okemah Rising, which Blabbermouth deemed “imaginative and unique” and Punktastic hailed as “an excellent acoustic album,” the Boston-based rockers of Dropkick Murphys bring their “St. Patrick's Day Tour 2024” to East Moline venue The Rust Belt on February 25, the group's latest release also lauded by Top Shelf Music as “a testament to the band's creativity and talent.”

Performing in support of their 2022 split EP with The Rumjacks that spawned the hit singles "Mud" and "Sorry". the Chicago-based Celtic-punk musicians of Flatfoot 56 return to the Quad Cities on February 23, their engagement at the Raccoon Motel sure to fill the Davenport venue with what IndieVision Music called “their rambunctious style that their fans have come to love.”

Lauded by The Daily Iowan as an ensemble that boasts "a seamless sound that makes classifying music by genre a thing of the past," the ever-popular reggae, rock, and dub musicians of Rude Punch headline the downtown-Davenport party of the season in the Redstone Building Birthday Celebration, the February 24 event at Zeke's Island Cafe held in honor of the 10th anniversary of Zeke's Island Cafe and the 20th anniversary of Common Chord.

Held in honor of the Polyrhythms founder who directed the organization from 2005 until his unexpected passing last August, the Nathaniel Lawrence Memorial Concert featuring the Polyrhythms Trio will take the stage at Bettendorf's Rivermont Collegiate on February 25, the commemorative event's special guests incluyding Billy Branch, Semenya McCord, and Hal Reed, followed by a headliner performance featuring the Edmar Castañeda Quartet.

Hailed by The Greenroom magazine as "an explosive guitar player that has a soulful voice and whose brilliant melodies set him apart from his contemporaries," Devil City Angels rocker Brandon Gibbs headlines a special birthday show at Moline venue Rascals Live on February 24, The Greenroom adding that "Gibbs’ songwriting takes you on an incredible journey throughout the performance" and that "his heart and soul pour out of him on stage through his music."

With the group's forthcoming activities including tours opening for Soft Cult and Glitterer, plus appearances at SXSW, Treefort, and the Nothing's Slide Away Festival, the Phoenix-based shoegaze talents of Glixen headline a February 28 concert event (co-presented by Void Church) at Davenport's Raccoon Motel, their sound delivering math-rock riffs with heavy post-rock fuzz alongside lead vocalist Aislinn Ritchie's dreamy vocals.

Hailed as “enchantingly original” by LA Weekly and “a glittering testament to L.A.’s multiculturism” by the Los Angeles Times, chanteuse and songwriter Jessica Fichot serves as the latest guest in Quad City Arts' 2023-24 season of Visiting Artists, her four public events between February 20 and 22 delivering an intoxicating multilingual fusion of French chanson, Shanghai jazz, gypsy swing, and international folk.