Concerts are one of the best ways to spend springtime, that said, this period of the year is not the easiest time to put together the ideal concert outfit.
Springtime weather is known to change constantly going from one extreme to another, so it can be hard to know what to wear to a spring concert, but there is a way.
Whether you’re into indie rock, country music, or pop stars, there are sure to be many cute outfits that suit your style.
And don’t worry about what to wear – we’ve put together a roundup of over 90 outfit ideas to get you inspired, so you can put together your cute concert attire and easily face the constantly changing spring weather!
Table Of Content
- 1. Spring Concert Outfit Ideas
- 2. Know Your Cold-Sensitive Spots
- 3. Spring Outfits Examples
- 4. Know The Venue Of The Concert
- 5. Check And Prepare For The Weather
- 6. Spring Concert Tips
- 7. Conclusion And More Spring Concert Outfit Inspiration
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1. Spring Concert Outfit Ideas
All the following outfits will be great for both spring events and summer concerts, the difference between those two will be the number of layers you bring, the long sleeves, and the pants.
For a summertime concert, you will probably never need an extra layer but if you find anything that you like in our selection below you will have no problem using it for your next summer concert.
Short Sleeve Tops
Long Sleeve Tops
Jackets And Vests
Skirts And Shorts
2. Know Your Cold-Sensitive Spots
Summer concert outfit selection is different from spring outfits, as the weather is not changing as much.
This is why for spring, to put together your ideal spring outfit you will need to protect your weak spots and use layering to adapt your heat to the weather fluctuations.
If your weak spot is your belly, spring will not be the time to show your beautiful midriff.
So forget your crop tops and either wear a top that you can easily tuck in your pants skirt or shorts or go for a dress (click here to see our dress selection).
If your arms tend to be cold fast go for long sleeves either with an extra layer like a jacket or a coat or wear long sleeves directly with the top you pick (if you want to see our long-sleeve selection click here).
If you like your legs to be warm at all times you have multiple options available:
- Go for a pair of pants
- If you don’t necessarily need the close skin of a pair of pants you can go with a long dress
- If you still want to wear a skirt, a short dress or shorts you can put on some high socks or stockings
- Lastly, if you don’t want socks or stockings you can wear high over-the-knee boots (leather or suede boots)
If you easily have cold feet, only wear closed footwear with boots, combat boots, or sneakers with warm socks.
Some tend to forget about the neck but on some occasions covering your neck will help you even more than covering your legs.
So, if you know you will be facing some windy and cold weather, bring with you a scarf or a bandana to cover your neck and throat.
Exactly like the neck, the head is also a body area that people tend to forget to protect.
Depending on the weather you could go for either a hat, cap, bandana, or beanie.
3. Spring Outfits Examples
Spring Outfit Example (Pop Concert)
For an easy look if the weather is nice you could start with some canva shoes for your feet, along with a skirt for the bottom and a graphic t-shirt for the top.
As an extra layer, take with you some denim or leather jacket with it.
Spring Outfit Example 2 (Edgier Look)
For a more edgy look, go for some black high over-the-knee boots with a long colorful t-shirt for the top and biker shorts for the bottom.
To complete the overall look you can add a black scarf, some sunglasses, and a dark hat.
Spring Outfit Example 3 (Regular Concert Look)
For a regular concert look, go for some denim shorts for the bottom with a merch t-shirt for the top along with a nice jacket on top.
For footwear go for some combat boots or sneakers.
Also in terms of accessories add a scarf, sunglasses, and a beanie.
Spring Outfit Example 4 (Covering Legs)
Start with some ripped jeans for the bottom with a tank top on top.
In order to avoid cold arms, bring with you nice denim or a leather jacket.
In terms of footwear, go for combat boots.
Spring Outfit Example 5 (Outdoor Festival)
If you are heading to a music festival, you can go for the boho look (works like a charm at almost all music festivals) you can put on one of the boho dresses we have put in our selection, click here to have a look.
And bring with you either a kimono or a leather, denim jacket.
For footwear, go for either combat boots or sneakers.
Spring Outfit Example 6 (Rock Concert)
If you are looking for a rock concert look go for either black denim or leather pants for the bottom.
Add a cute sexy top or a merch/graphic tee for the top.
As an extra layer, you can add either denim or a leather jacket.
Combat boots are great for footwear with this style.
Spring Outfit Example 7 (Country Concert)
If you are going to a country music concert, you can start with either shorts or pants for the bottom, and add a sexy top, a band tee, or a plaid shirt for the top.
A leather or denim jacket is a great option to complete the look.
As a second option, you can also go for a floral dress that will cover both the top and bottom.
For footwear, either cowboy boots, combat boots, or sneakers.
4. Know The Venue Of The Concert
If you know that the event will take place indoors you will have to ask yourself some questions:
- How indoors is the event? (Sometimes while indoors, the area is more of a big tent than a real building).
- Does the event have a coat check?
- If not do they have lockers?
You need to be able to answer those questions so you know what to bring with you.
Indoors Coat Check
If the event does have a coat check you can leave all the unnecessary clothing there.
The advantage of a coat check is that if you are not sure of how well the place will be heated you can always bring more and live it to the coat check.
Indoors Without Coat check
If there is no coat check, your best options are layering and bringing with you a backpack, so you don’t have to carry it around your clothes and not have your hands available for dancing or else.
If the event is outdoors you need to know about the venue and ask yourself the following questions:
- Does the venue have shades? (if the show is during the daytime)
- Does the venue have grass? (if yes take rain boots or footwear that will protect your feet from the mud if it rains)
- Can you park close to the venue? (if not you need great footwear)
- Does the event have lockers?
You need to be able to answer those questions, so you can dress accordingly.
If the event has lockers it will make your life much easier.
Thanks to those lockers you can bring the necessary gear to face any natural element from the weather and always come back to your locker if you need anything.
Outdoors Without Lockers
If there are no lockers, your best option is to bring with you a backpack and be even more on the lookout regarding the forecast and take only the essentials.
5. Check And Prepare For The Weather
While Spring is the cue for the heat to come back, like fall, this period of the year comes with many uncertainties when going out.
This is why more than ever if you want to be properly dressed for the event you will need to check the forecast and prepare accordingly.
Whether the concert takes place inside or outside depending on the location and the weather you might have to face many natural elements while being there or going there.
For The Rain
Even if the forecast announces “chance of rain”, we do recommend bringing a light windbreaker or light raincoat if the event is indoors, and maybe a heavier raincoat if the event is outdoors.
For The Sun
If the event is indoors you don’t need to bring as much, but if the event is outdoors, and you know it will be a sunny day bring something to cover your head (hat, cap, beanie…) and some sunscreen to cover any exposed skin area.
For The Dust
If the event takes place outside and if the venue is known to be dusty, and you know there will be wind, we recommend you to bring at the very least a scarf or a bandana to be able to cover your mouth when needed.
For The Wind
If the event is outdoors and the forecast says it will be windy, bring a windbreaker with you.
Windbreakers are very light and easy to carry as when folded they are very small.
For The Mud
For the mud to occur many things have to happen and unfortunately it does happen.
So if the event is outdoors, and the forecast says “chance of rain”, and the venue is even only 30% grass, bring those rain boots!
Because of the sheer number of people stepping on the grass, it does not need a lot of rain to transform a greenfield into a mud fest… so bring those rain boots!
For The Cold
Cold can be tricky sometimes and there are two approaches to go about it:
- Use the layering system, so you remove and put on at will depending on the fluctuation of the temperatures.
- Use a windbreaker that will block any wind and cold temperature from the outside and keep your warmth to you inside.
Both systems work great and what you will end up choosing will be based on what works best with your concert outfit.
6. Spring Concert Tips
As we said, during spring, the weather tends to be a bit random so for spring concerts, here are some tips to keep in mind:
Choose light, comfortable clothing
First and foremost, during spring the heat can come back hard so choose light clothing that will keep you cool in spring weather.
Pack a pair of pants in case the weather turns colder than expected
This is also depending on where you live, but the weather can turn quickly so having a pair of pants handy (can be a light one), can save the event.
Consider bringing a light jacket or sweater in case it gets chilly at night
The extra layer is almost mandatory as the days are hot, but the temperatures really drop at night.
Wear comfortable shoes that won’t give you blisters if you have to walk a lot
This is linked to the venue, but usually, during concerts as there is a lot of standing, walking and dancing involved it is best to wear already broken-in footwear.
Accessorize your outfit with sunglasses, a hat, and/or sunscreen if needed
If the concert starts when the sun is high, and, as we said, the venue does not offer a lot of shade, bring the necessary gear to protect you.
7. Conclusion And More Spring Concert Outfit Inspiration
We hope that our post helped you in putting together your spring concert outfit or at the very least get your creativity rolling!
Spring is always a great opportunity to try new things out, new styles, and new outfits so don’t be afraid to step a bit out of your comfort zone and have fun with your outfit for your upcoming concert!
If you are looking for more inspiration you can also have a look at our other selections below:
More Spring Inspiration: Denim Outfits
If you want more ideas for denim outfits, click here to discover our full denim selection.
More Spring Inspiration: Pants Outfits
If you know you will be wearing pants, and you want more ideas, click here to have a look at our pants selection along with many outfit ideas to go with it.
More Spring Inspiration: Over 40 Years old Outfits
If you are over 40 years old, and you want inspiration to put together the perfect concert outfit click here.
More Spring Inspiration: Plus Size Outfits
If you are a beautiful curvy woman you can click here to view our dedicated plus-size outfit listing.
More Spring Inspiration: Rock Outfits
If the look you want to put together will be more toward rock, click here to have a look at our complete rock selection.
More Spring Inspiration: Biker Shorts Outfits
If you are into biker shorts for your outfit, click here and discover our full biker shorts selection with many outfit ideas to go with it!
We hope this article helped you or saved you some time in your research.
Have a great event!