Concert on-sales: The Black Keys, Wiz Khalifa, Tame Impala, Gary Allan and more

Patrick Carney (left) and Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys, rocking the Joint at the first of two year-ending performances in 2012.
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This week’s on-sales include a hodgepodge of talent, from an iconic blues-rock duo to a handful of solid hip-hop bookings—and even America’s favorite Late Night comedian.

The Black Keys head to the Chelsea inside the Cosmopolitan for their “Turn Blue” world tour with singer/songwriter Jake Bugg on Saturday, November 8 ($75-$125). Also slated to play the Chelsea is Grammy-winning Latin artist Juanes on Friday, October 10 ($25-$55) and Late Night talk show host and comedian Seth Meyers, who brings his stand-up routine to the venue on Saturday, October 11 ($45-$75). R&B singer and Drake/Childish Gambino collaborator Jhene Aiko plays the Cosmo’s Boulevard Pool as part of the Set Your Life to Music series on Thursday, September 25 ($18), followed by Blacc Hollywood rapper Wiz Khalifa on Saturday, October 18 ($35). All shows went on sale today, Friday, August 22, at 10 a.m. through

Indie psych-rockers Tame Impala bring their colorful sounds to Brooklyn Bowl on Thursday, November 13 ($33), and rapper B.O.B. performs Friday, October 31 with Kevin Gates ($30-$33). Mexican pop-rock band Los Claxons heads to the Bowl on Sunday, September 14 ($28-$33) followed by Puerto Rican band Calle 13 on Sunday, October 12 ($41-$55). Sydney synth-pop duo The Presets also play Brooklyn Bowl on Wednesday, November 12 with Le1f, Chela and Franki Chan as part of the “Check Yo Ponytail” tour ($28-$33). Tickets to all five shows went on sale today, Friday, August 22, at 10 a.m. through

Americana/folk artist Robert Earl Keen continues the Brooklyn Bowl announcements this week, playing at the venue on Tuesday, September 30 ($28-$33). “Da Rockwilder” duo Method Man and Redman will bring the beats to the Brooklyn Bowl on Monday, November 10 ($33-$83). Following its first album in 16 years, alt-rock band Toad the Wet Sprocket plays on Friday, November 14 ($30). Tickets to all three shows are on sale now at Ticketfly.

Punk rockers Hot Water Music land at the Fremont Country Club on Thursday, November 13. Tickets are $21-$24 and went on sale today, Friday, August 22, at noon through Ticketfly.

’90s recording artist of “One of Us” fame Joan Osbourne will perform Motown hits at the M Resort on Saturday, September 20. Tickets are $25-$46 and are on sale now at Ticketmaster.

Country singer Gary Allan plays the House of Blues on Thursday, December 11 and Friday, December 12. Tickets are $47-$77 and went on sale today, Friday, August 22, at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster.

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