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Mark your calendar today for these upcoming shows

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Tickets are now on sale for these events.

Oct. 16, Darrell Hammond at Royal Oak Music Theatre; royaloakmusictheatre.com; Tickets are $40 to $75.

Oct. 20, Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard at the Fox Theatre; olympiaentertainment.com; Tickets are $49, $69, $79 and $129.

Oct. 25, Motionless In White, The Devil Wears Prada at the Fillmore Detroit; thefillmoredetroit.com; Tickets at $22, $25, $35.

Oct. 31, Insane Clown Posse, P.O.D., Stitches, Young Wicked, Dope D.O.D.  at the Fillmore Detroit; thefillmoredetroit.com; Tickets at $25, $32.50, $45.

Nov. 3, Meat Loaf at the Fox Theatre; olympiaentertainment.com; Tickets range from $48 to $88.

Nov. 7, Big Freedia's 'Bounce Shakedown' Tour at the Shelter; saintandrewsdetroit.com; Tickets are $20 in advance, $23 day of show.

Nov. 7, Savoy Brown at the Magic Bag; themagicbag.com; Tickets are $25.

Nov. 6, Big Sean at Joe Louis Arena; olympiaentertainment.com; Tickets range from $19.50 to $49.50.

Nov. 14, Youssou N'Dour and Super Étoile de Dakar at Hill Auditorium; ums.org; Tickets are $10 to $60.

Jan. 14, 2016, Patti LaBelle at Sound Board Detroit; www.soundboarddetroit.com; Tickets range from $53 to $88.

April 23, 2016, The Bad Plus with Joshua Redman at Michigan Theater; ums.org; Tickets are $18 to $48.

May 23, 2016, First Annual Trip Metal Fest; http://tripmetalfest.com.

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