Tedeschi Trucks Band will be playing at Waterbury’s Palace Theater this September.
Consisting of the husband / wife music power duo of Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks along with nearly a dozen other musicians, this Grammy award winning band stops in Connecticut Friday, Sept. 28. Tickets range from $33 to $78 and go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. through palacetheaterct.org or 203-346-2000.
Though he was arrested earlier this week for allegedly assaulting and attempting to ‘rob’ two amateur photographers, A$AP Rocky was added to the Toad’s Place roster for Sept. 23. Tickets go on sale Friday at noon for $25. Fans can hope this arrest dispute gets resolved before then.
GWAR tickets at Toad’s also go on sale Friday at noon for $22.50. Bring a change of clothes on October 15. Rumor has it their shows tend to get messy.
On a different note: John Hiatt and the Combo will play Calvin Theater on Oct. 6. Tickets go on sale Friday through iheg.com, and range from $25 to $45.
The Calvin Theater is welcoming Mystic’s Barefoot Truth twice in the near future: first in September when they open for O.A.R., and again for their just-announced farewell concert on Nov. 10. Tickets for the farewell show are on sale Friday at noon from iheg.com for $20.
Dry The River, who were recently called one of the “100 Best Things In The World Right Now” by British GQ, are coming to The Space in Hamden Sept. 21. Tickets are $12 and on sale Friday through manicproductions.org.
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion will play the Pearl Street ballroom November 1, and electro rockers Jimkata are at the Iron Horse the next day. Tickets to both shows are on sale now for $15 and $10 respectively, through iheg.com.
If you haven’t seen Toad The Wet Sprocket in a decade or two, now’s your chance. They’ll be playing Infinity Hall in Norfolk October 14. Tickets go on sale Thursday, July 26 for $55 and $75 at infinityhall.com.
Less Than Jake, who potentially love PEZ more than the state of Connecticut, come to Toad’s Place
Sept. 11. Tickets are on sale Friday at noon and cost $17. [*Note: It was announced Saturday 7/28 that this show was cancelled]
The Dome at Oakdale has rap group Slaughterhouse playing
Aug. 30 Sept. 6 [*Note: concert date was changed on Friday, 7/27], tickets are on sale Friday at 4 p.m. for $20.
Dead-head revivers Dark Star Orchestra Dec. 7. Tickets are on sale Friday at 10 a.m. through Live Nation, and cost $25.
Coming Up This Week:
Monday night is A Place To Bury Strangers at The Space in Hamden, with New Haven’s reunited dream echo-space psych group Landing opening.
Thursday night is Jennifer Lopez and Enrique Iglesias at Mohegan Sun. Lopez just released her greatest hits album Tuesday, the same day she turned 43.
Iron And Wine are at the Calvin Theater in Northampton this Friday.
Lee Ranaldo Band (of Sonic Youth) and 200 Years play Hygenic Park in New London Tuesday. The next day, Ranaldo opens for Wilco at the Bushnell in Hartford. 200 Years is a project featuring Elisa Ambrogio, of the Northampton noise-rock outfit Magik Markers. 200 Years is noticeably more peaceful.
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