Upcoming Concerts: Pearl Jam, mewithoutYou, Baths

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Pearl Jam will be at Hartford's XL Center on Oct. 25. (Karen Loria / Handout)

Pearl Jam will be at Hartford’s XL Center on Oct. 25. (Karen Loria / Handout)

Pearl Jam have announced a North American tour, which includes a stop at Hartford’s XL Center on Oct. 25.

Tickets for the XL performance go on sale July 27 at 10 a.m. through XLCenter.com and Ticketmaster.com. All tickets are $69, for both seats and the general admission floor. Members of the Pearl Jam Ten Club have had access to a ticket pre-order since Tuesday.

As a side note for those who still order tickets over the phone, XL Center concerts have a new phone number: 877-522-8499.

mewithoutYou bring their tortured lyrics and jagged guitar riffs to the area with shows in Hamden and Northampton. (Josh Bender / Handout)

mewithoutYou bring their tortured lyrics and jagged guitar riffs to the area with shows in Hamden and Northampton. (Josh Bender / Handout)

If all this radio music doesn’t tickle your fancy, or you’re just looking to up the classiness quotient, Deana and Ricci Martin, children of the venerable Dean Martin, are performing at the Fox Theater at Foxwoods on Sept. 25. Tickets are on sale now for $34.95 and $44.95 at foxwoods.com. Dress up nice for this one.

Down the street at Mohegan Sun, the Wolf Den has free shows from Everclear on Aug. 9, Puddle of Mudd on Aug. 17, and Salt-N-Pepa on Aug. 30.

Joan Osborne is playing StageOne in Fairfield on Sept. 12. Tickets are $55, and on sale now for FTC members. They are available to the public July 14, via fairfieldtheatre.org.

Blake Schwarzenbach’s show at Lilly’s Pad last week was postponed until July 19. Tickets will still be honored, and refunds will only be available until July 12.

Pretty Lights return to the Oakdale Theater in Wallingford on Nov. 2. Tickets are $45 for the pit and $35 for seats, and are on sale Saturday at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster.

Baths performs at the Iron Horse in October. (Handout)

Baths performs at the Iron Horse in October. (Handout)

Watsky and Wax are at Toad’s Place on Oct. 14. Tickets are $16 in advance starting at noon Friday via toadsplace.com, or $20 the day of the show.

Post hardcore rockers mewithoutYou are playing two area shows, first at Pearl Street in Northampton on Aug. 17 ($15 via iheg.com), followed by The Space in Hamden a week later, Aug. 24 ($16 via manicproductions.org). Both shows go on sale Friday.

Immortal Technique and Brother Ali are playing Pearl Street on Oct. 3, but ticket prices haven’t been revealed yet. Heal The Destroyer plays there on Nov. 1 for $10. Baths bring their electropop jams to the Iron Horse on Oct. 4, with tickets at $12.50. Both are on sale Friday via iheg.com.

Infinity Hall welcomes Livingston Taylor on Oct. 18 ($40, $55), The Duhks on Nov. 3 ($30 and $45), The Smithereens on Nov. 8 ($50, $70), and Andy McKee on Nov. 9 ($30, $45). Those shows are on sale now to Infinity Hall “Stars” members, or Thursday morning to the public via infiniyhall.com.

Coming Up This Week:

Flaming Lips and Spiritualized finally play their much ballyhooed show at the Oakdale Theatre on Monday. Get psyched.

Mercies play Arch Street Tavern on Saturday, along with Oh, Cassius! and The DuPont Brothers.

Local legend Mark Mulcahy plays two area shows, at Spaceland Ballroom Friday and the Iron Horse Saturday.

Lyle Lovett is at the Fox Theater at Foxwoods Friday night.

Spaceland Ballroom has solid shows back to back, with Bosnian Rainbows Tuesday and The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion Wednesday.

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