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Also: Future’s back at Drai’s, and Louie Anderson stops at South Point.

The Aces’ home opener, Blink-182, Pink and more to do this week

May 24th, 2018

Also: Future’s back at Drai’s, and Louie Anderson stops at South Point.

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    The Irish quartet makes inspired use of technology and narrative visuals during the first of two local shows.

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    The foursome plays two at T-Mobile Friday and Saturday nights.

  • Music

    Also: Jimmy Eat World, Whitesnake and Ninja Sex Party

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    His new record has been out for just 10 weeks and yet so many fans knew all the words.

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    I’m not here to defend Man of the Woods, but it’s probably gonna come off that way.

  • Music

    Also: Cults, Gwen Stefani’s new residency and an additional Caifanes performance

  • Music

    Portions of the concert will air during the Pittsburgh-Philadelphia and Minnesota-Winnipeg game broadcasts.

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    Also: Wanda Jackson, and several new Brooklyn Bowl and Bunkhouse shows.

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    Maluma and Bad Bunny join Ricky Martin, Jennifer Lopez and more on this year’s bill.

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    Giving fans what they want has always been the priority for Perry.

  • Music

    “Call Me Maybe” isn’t the only reason she should be on your radar.

  • Industry Weekly

    Rising star DJ Deorro takes over at Marquee on Saturday night.

  • Music

    Powerful performances by Boyz II Men, Imagine Dragons and The Killers anchored the event.

  • Music

    The band played for a marathon three and a half hours, ending right around the time one of their concerts might have started back in ...

  • Music

    Also tapped for the December 1 T-Mobile Arena show: Cirque du Soleil, David Copperfield, Boyz II Men.

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