This week’s on-sales: The Weeknd, Rascal Flatts, Epicenter and more

Abel Tesfaye, a.k.a. the Weeknd, performs at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival in Indio in April.
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A list of upcoming concerts across the Southland, with on-sale dates in parentheses.

The Greek Theatre

The Weeknd, Sept. 16-17 (Fri.); Thievery Corporation, Sept. 20 (Sat.)


Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre

Rascal Flatts, Sept. 14 (Fri.); Epicenter with the Offspring and more, Sept. 21 (now)

Hollywood Palladium

Walk the Moon, Oct. 18 (now)

San Manuel Amphitheatre

The Art Laboe Show Live, Sept. 14 (Fri.)

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Gibson Amphitheatre

Pepe Aguilar, Sept. 6 (Fri.); Backstreet Boys, Sept. 4 (Sat.)


Arctic Monkeys, Oct. 1; Gramatik, Nov. 8 (Fri.)


HITRECORD on TV, Aug. 10 (now)

Japan America Theatre

Bill Callahan, Nov. 14 (Fri.)

Shrine Expo Hall

The Sound of Q-Dance, Oct. 5 (now)

Fonda Theatre

Woodkid, Oct. 25 (Thurs.); the 1975, Nov. 1 (Sat.)

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El Rey Theatre

Over the Rhine, Nov. 21 (Thurs.); Selah Sue, Aug. 26 (Fri.); He’s My Brother She’s My Sister, Oct. 26 (Sat.)

Nokia Theatre

Brian McKnight, Sept. 27 (Fri.)

Club Nokia

Jorge Drexler, Oct. 15 (Fri.)

The Echo/Echoplex

Lady, July 30; Crash + Burn, July 27; Echo Park Rising, Aug. 17; ADULT., Oct. 17; The Beach Ball, Sept. 21-22 (now); Mount Kimbie, Sept. 23; Murder by Death, Sept. 8; Vista Chino, Sept. 13 (Sat.)


Mayer Hawthorne, July 17; Camper Van Beethoven, July 20; Josh Abbott Band, July 25; Bad Rabbits, July 29; Son Volt, Aug. 1; Kitten, Aug. 2; Owen, Aug. 3; the Both, Aug. 4 (now)

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The Satellite

The Black & the White, Aug. 14; Zak Waters, Mondays in September, Guitar Wolf, Oct. 13; Overseas, Oct. 16 (now)

Santa Barbara Bowl

The Weeknd, Sept. 14 (Fri.)

Pantages Theatre

Patricia Kaas, Sept. 14 (Sat.)

The Talking Stick

Peach, Aug. 15 (now)


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