- The rock band Guns N' Roses kicked off their "Use Your Illusion Tour" on June 24th in Alpine Valley, Wisconsin, which became one of the longest and most successful concert tours in history.
- On June 24th, Madonna released her controversial book "Sex," featuring explicit photographs and sexually explicit content, sparking widespread debate and criticism.
- On June 24th, Aerosmith's lead singer, Steven Tyler, fell off the stage during a concert in South Dakota, injuring his neck and back.
- On June 25th, the British rock band Pink Floyd performed a concert at the Knebworth Festival in England, marking their first live performance since 1981.
- On June 25th, Michael Jackson signed the largest recording contract in history with Sony Music, reportedly worth $65 million.
- On June 25th, the rock band Rage Against the Machine released their second studio album, "Evil Empire," which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart.
- American singer and songwriter Curtis Mayfield was paralyzed from the neck down after stage lighting equipment fell on him during an outdoor concert in Brooklyn, New York, on June 26th.
- British musician and former Beatle, Paul McCartney, performed his first concert in the Soviet Union on June 27th, marking a historic moment in cultural exchange between the West and the USSR.
- On June 29th, the British rock band The Stone Roses released their highly influential self-titled debut album, which became a cornerstone of the "Madchester" music scene.