Upcoming Concerts: John Fogerty, Spearhead, Suuns

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John Fogerty is playing the Oakdale Theatre on Nov. 9. (Robert Gauthier / LA Times)

John Fogerty is playing the Oakdale Theatre on Nov. 9. (Robert Gauthier / LA Times)

This year’s Gathering Of The Vibes festival has filled out their headlining lineup with the addition of Gov’t Mule on Saturday night, July 27.

The festival is also opening up their late night events to single day ticket holders. An extra $20 late night ticket, only available on site at the festival, will get Vibe-ers in to see the likes of Deep Banana Blackout on Friday night, July 26, or Rob Garza and James Murphy on Saturday, July 27. Previously late night events were only open to weekend pass holders.

Tickets to Gathering of the Vibes are still available, from an $85 day pass to $225 weekend pass, at www.gatheringofthevibes.com.

Despite John Fogerty’s recent comments of still being open to a reunion, a Creedence Clearwater reformation is nowhere on the horizon. The next best thing (or better?) is to see Fogerty himself when he plays the Toyota Oakdale Theatre on Nov. 9. Tickets go for $49.50 or $75, and are on sale Friday at 10 a.m. through ticketmaster.com.

The announcement of Gov't Mule fills out the headlining slots of the Gathering of the Vibes festival this July. (Anna Webber / Handout)

The announcement of Gov’t Mule fills out the headlining slots of the Gathering of the Vibes festival this July. (Anna Webber / Handout)

Three Days Grace tickets are also on sale Friday at 10 a.m. for their show at the Dome at Oakdale on Sept. 28, for $29.50. Zed’s Dead turn The Dome into dubstep mayhem on Oct. 1. Those tickets are on sale now for $25, also at ticketmaster.com.

Michael Franti & Spearhead are playing a couple area shows, first at Toad’s Place on Sept. 10. Tickets are on sale June 21 for $30 at toadsplace.com. The group plays a week later, Sept. 17, at the Calvin Theatre. That show is $39.50 and on sale this Friday at iheg.com.

Rachel Ann Weiss is at the Iron Horse Aug. 16. Tickets are $8 at iheg.com or $10 at the door. Samirah Evans is there July 6 for $15, Pokey LaFarge plays July 19 for $15, and The McLovins are there for $13. All those shows are on sale now at iheg.com.

Hungry Tiger has two big shows coming up, first with Chris Duarte on June 20 for $15 or $20, and Jeff Pevar and Danny Kortchmar on Juney 27 for $12 or $15. Tickets are available now at thehungrytiger.com or 860-649-1195.

Suuns are playing Cafe Nine in New Haven this September. (Handout)

Suuns are playing Cafe Nine in New Haven this September. (Handout)

Infinity Hall in Norfolk has Tower of Power playing a special two show night on Sept. 24. They go on at 6 p.m. and 9 p.m., with tickets to each show at $55 and $75. Chris Eldridge and Julian Lage are there Aug. 14 for $30 and $45, and Average White Band plays Oct. 6 for $40 and $55. Tickets to those shows are on sale Thursday morning, June 13, at infinityhall.com.

Suuns are coming to Cafe Nine on Sept. 3, with Rose Windows opening. O’Brother is playing with Native and Daylight on Sept. 14 at The Space in Hamden. Tickets to both those shows are $10 and on sale Friday at noon through manicproductions.org.

Title Fight will up the punx at the El ‘n’ Gee in New London on Oct. 11, along with Balance and Composure and Slingshot Dakota. Tickets are $15 and on sale Friday at noon at manicproductions.org.

Coming Up This Week:

It’s a good weekend for throwback sounds.

Friday night is MGM Grand’s Old School Hip Hop Jam, with DMX, Naughty By Nature, Rakim, Biz Markie, and more. Saturday night has Less Than Jake at Toad’s Place.

!!! (Chk Chk Chk) is at Spaceland on Friday night, while Saturday has Bronze Radio Return at the Great Hall at Union Station, Mates of State at Spaceland, and Gyspsophilia at Bridge Street Live.

Joy Formidable is bound to put on a killer show when they headline Toad’s Place on Monday. Say Anything is at the New Haven venue next Wednesday, with Eisley and HRVRD.

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