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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. 21, Tav Falco, Mike Watt at the Majestic Cafe;; tickets are $12 in advance, $15 day of show.

Nov. 3, Meat Loaf at the Fox Theatre; fox; tickets range from $48 to $88.

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

Nov. 20, Mark Kozelek at the Magic Bag;; tickets are $20.

Nov. 11, Dom Kennedy at St. Andrews Hall;; tickets are $20 in advance, $25 day of show.

Nov. 11, Beirut at Royal Oak Music Theatre;; tickets are $27.50 in advance, and $30 day of show.

Nov. 18, The King Khan and Barbecue Show at the Majestic Cafe;; tickets are $15.

Nov. 19, Fuzz with Danny and the Darleans at PJ's Lager House;; tickets are $15.

Nov. 22, U.S Girls with Burning Palms, Moonwalks at Marble Bar;; tickets are $8.

Dec. 6, The Arcs featuring Dan Auerbach at the Fillmore Detroit;; tickets at $35, $49.50.

Dec. 9, Todd Rundgren at the Fillmore Detroit; thefillmoredetroit .com; tickets at $20; $29.50; $45; $60.

Dec. 12, The Trailer Park Boys at the Masonic Temple; themasonic .com; tickets range from $29.50 to $54.50.

Dec. 19, Grizmas II at the Masonic Temple;; tickets are $36.

Mar. 1, 2016, Jason Isbell at Royal Oak Music Theatre;; tickets are $27.50 in advance, and $35 day of show.

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

May 23, 2016, First Annual Trip Metal Fest;

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