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16 upcoming shows in and around Detroit

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Tickets are now on sale for these events.

New this week:

Aug. 19, Failure, Queen Kwong at Saint Andrew's Hall; saintandrewsdetroit.com; $20.

Aug. 26, Lionfight, My Enemies and I at the Shelter; saintandrewsdetroit.com; $10.

Sept. 18, Melanie Martinez at the Shelter; saintandrewsdetroit.com; $15.

Sept. 29, Revocation, Cannabis Corpse, at the Shelter; saintandrewsdetroit.com; $15.

Nov. 11, Parkway Drive at the Fillmore Detroit; thefillmoredetroit.com; Tickets

Still on sale:

Aug. 5, Smashing Pumpkins, Marilyn Manson at DTE Energy Music Theatre; dte.energymusic.theatreclarkson.com; Tickets from $40.20

Aug. 20, 7 Seconds at the Shelter; livenation.com/venues/15035/the-shelter; $15

Aug. 28, Nash & Friends Tour with Nash Grier, Jack and Jack, Kenny Hollans, and more at the Fillmore Detroit; thefillmoredetroit.com; $35

Sept. 5, Ratatat at the Fillmore Detroit; thefillmoredetroit.com; $25

Sept. 12, Motörhead with Anthrax at the Fillmore Detroit; thefillmoredetroit.com; $29.50

Sept. 12, Eagles of Death Metal at the Shelter; livenation.com/venues/15035/the-shelter; $20

Oct. 9, Buddy Guy at the Fillmore Detroit; thefillmoredetroit.com; $29.50

Oct. 21, the Darkness at Saint Andrew's Hall; saintandrewsdetroit.com; $20

Oct. 24, Kurt Vile and the Violators at Saint Andrews Hall; saintandrewsdetroit.com; $20

Dec. 8, Sleater-Kinney at Royal Oak Music Theatre; royaloak.boxofficeticketsales.com; $30

Dec. 31, Electric Six at Saint Andrew's Hall; saintandrewsdetroit.com; $20 

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