Category Archives: Concert Previews

Charli XCXPreview: Charli XCX @ Theatre of Living Arts

Hear songs from her highly anticipated sophomore album, Sucker, this Friday at the TLA.

Nas IllmaticFive shows in October you shouldn’t miss

One of rap’s all-time greats, a much-hyped psych-rock group, and more will come through Philly.

Communion OctoberPreview: Field Report, Quiet Life & more @ Communion Night

Get yourself to Underground Arts for the best showcase yet.

Little PeoplePreview: Little People @ The Trocadero (Balcony)

The reclusive instrumental hip-hop producer makes a rare live appearance this Wednesday.

Beach Fossils by Juliette HenrioudPreview: Beach Fossils @ Boot & Saddle

This Sunday, September 28 with Heavenly Beat and Axxa/Abraxas. Preview by Matthew Shaver.

Imelda May TribalTicket Giveaway: Imelda May @ Union Transfer

Win a pair of tickets to Imelda May’s show in support of her new album, Tribal.

Shovels-Rope-1-by-Leslie-Ryan-McKellarPreview: Shovels & Rope @ Union Transfer

This Wednesday in support of Swimmin’ Time. Preview by Wendy McCardle.

WHY photo by Liz WolfPreview: Why with a question mark @ Union Transfer

Matthew Shaver previews Monday’s WHY? show.

Lily AllenTonight: Lily Allen’s Sheezus tour comes to the Electric Factory

Wendy McCardle previews.

Strand of Oaks HealPreview: Strand of Oaks @ Boot & Saddle

Wendy McCardle gets you excited for Strand of Oaks’ two sold out, hometown shows this weekend.

The Color of NoiseThe Color of Noise screening in Philly this Saturday, with Q&A

Documentary about Haze XXL and Amphetamine Reptile Records.

520_HowToDressWell_mainimage.jpbTicket Giveaway: How to Dress Well @ District N9NE

Win a pair of tickets to next week’s show and a signed copy of his new LP.

SucrePreview: Stacy DuPree-King’s Sucré @ Milkboy

Eisley’s rebellious younger sister brings her solo project to Philly next Tuesday, September 16.

the-pretty-reckless-bandPreview: The Pretty Reckless @ Theatre of the Living Arts

Supporting new album, Going to Hell.

Strand of OaksA Look Ahead: concert picks for the week of September 15-21

More than 20 shows to consider attending next week.