Today's must-see concerts

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Bob Dylan and His Band

  • Price band: 4/4
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Another season, another set of reasons to celebrate pop's most enduring, influential bard. If you've hung out anywhere near a classic-rock junkie recently, you've heard about the release of the complete Basement Tapes sessions as part of the consistently revelatory Bootleg Series. Add in Lost on

  1. Beacon Theatre 2124 Broadway, at 74th St
  2. Wed Nov 26 - Wed Dec 3
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Interpol

  • Price band: 2/4
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Interpol had a brief moment in the indie-rock limelight—Turn on the Bright Lights holds up as one of the most memorable debuts of the ’00s—but the band still manages to churn out solid, Joy Division–esque anthems on its new, fifth LP, El Pintor. Art-pop up-and-comers Hundred Waters open Nov

  1. Terminal 5 610 W 56th St, at Eleventh Ave
  2. Wed Nov 26
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NYC International Mariachi Festival

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Delight in one of Mexico's most celebrated musical genres at this festive three-hour show. Mariachi groups from the U.S., Mexico, Central and South America, and Europe will perform in Spanish and English, playing alongside ballet folkloricos. Be sure to stick around for the finale, which will

  1. Symphony Space 2537 Broadway, at 95th St, 10025
  2. Wed Nov 26
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Blonde Redhead

  • Price band: 2/4
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NYC’s hyperchic Blonde Redhead, comprised of the identical Pace twins and singer Kazu Makino, returns to its adopted hometown for a series of shows in support of its latest album, Barragán, a subdued evolution of its trademark off-kilter pop. People Get Ready opens Nov 25, VBA opens Nov 26, and

  1. Music Hall of Williamsburg 66 North 6th St, between Kent and Wythe Aves
  2. Wed Nov 26 - Tue Dec 2
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Method Man and Redman + Berner + Mick Jenkins + B-Real

  • Price band: 2/4
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United by a shared love of marijuana, Method Man, Redman, Cypress Hill's B-Real, Berner and Mick Jenkins have elected to dub their jaunt the World Wide Rollers tour, though in reality, it's so much more than that. Method Man is one of the most electric live performers in hip-hop; Redman is Meth's

  1. Best Buy Theater 1515 Broadway, at 44th St
  2. Wed Nov 26
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Robert Randolph and the Family Band

  • Price band: 2/4
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Pedal-steel whiz Robert Randolph rocks the Bowl with exuberant funk-blues-gospel jams from his Family Band's latest release, Lickety Split.

  1. Brooklyn Bowl 61 Wythe Ave, at North 11th St, 11211
  2. Wed Nov 26 - Sat Nov 29
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Maria Schneider Orchestra

  • Price band: 2/4
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It’s been a long, long time since Maria Schneider’s weekly gigs at the late, lamented Visiones, which means her orchestra’s appearances are now rare commodities. Even if that weren’t the case, Schneider’s 2014 Grammy wins—she took home three statues for Winter Morning Walks, a

  1. Jazz Standard 116 E 27th St, between Park Ave South and Lexington Ave
  2. Wed Nov 26 - Sun Nov 30
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Jason Moran and the Bandwagon

  • Price band: 2/4
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Polymathic piano great Jason Moran and his trusty triomates (bassist Tarus Mateen and drummer Nasheet Waits) show off their slyly engaging, historically minded modernism during a week in the Village.

  1. Village Vanguard 178 Seventh Ave South, at 11th St
  2. Wed Nov 26 - Sun Nov 30
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Wycliffe Gordon and Friends

  • Price band: 3/4
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The highly skilled trombonist-vocalist Wycliffe Gordon, a mainstay in Wynton Marsalis's ensembles, swings hard, whether he's playing heartfelt gospel or funky R&B. Sample the full range of his crowd-pleasing talent during this Thanksgiving-weekend run.

  1. Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola (at Frederick P. Rose Hall) Broadway, at 60th St, 10019
  2. Wed Nov 26 - Sun Nov 30
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The Complete Last Waltz

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The Band's music undeniably looms large over all country-tinged folk-rock that's come in the group's wake. Scorcese doc The Last Waltz stands as testament to the power and myth of the legendary performers. This Capitol Theatre show, in what's become a yearly tradition, brings together a wide range

  1. The Capitol Theatre 149 Westchester Ave, between Broad and North Pearl Sts
  2. Wed Nov 26
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