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Ticket Alert! Hot NYC concerts you don't wanna miss

By Ross Finney
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Ariel Pink: Oct 2 at Baby's All Right
Indie rock's reigning king of weird is putting out a solo double album called pom pom this November, and he's already shared the the first single, "Put Your Number In My Phone." Catch him live in Brooklyn and soak in his eclectic pop hybrids. Tickets go on sale Friday, Septe 26 at 9am.

Flying Lotus: Oct 16 at Music Hall of Williamsburg
Fly-Lo's fans have eagerly awaited a new album since 2012 and this fall, the anticipation pays off. You're Dead! drops October 4, so you'll be able to pick it up well before the show. If you didn't get tickets to his previously announced Terminal 5 gig on Oct 15, here's your chance to see him. Tickets go on sale Friday, Sept 26 at 12pm.

Weezer: Oct 27 at Bowery Ballroom
Love 'em or hate 'em, you can't deny Weezer's staying power. The group's latest LP, Everything Will Be Alright in the End, their first since a prolific album–per–year streak from 2008 through 2010, is out Oct 7. Catch the band in Manhattan playing the new album in full. Tickets go on sale Saturday, Sept 27 at 1pm.

Freddie Gibbs: Nov 3 at Rough Trade
Coming off fantastic summer collaborations with the World's Freshest and Madlib, the Indiana native is bringing his gritty rhymes and dazzling flows to Brooklyn. If we're lucky, he'll treat us to material from his upcoming second album, Eastside Slim. Tickets go on sale Friday, Sept 26 at 12pm.

Melissa Etheridge: Nov 5 at The Town Hall
The Oscar- and Grammy–winning artist has a new album, cleverly titled This is M.E., coming out Sept 30,and she's taking the new material across the country. In addition to new tunes like the single "Take My Number" expect to hear favorites like "Come to My Window" and "I'm the Only One." Tickets go on sale Saturday, Sept 27 at 11am.

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