Oct 20, 2021 - Things to Do
5 upcoming concerts in the Twin Cities to keep on your radar
Lauren Mayberry of Chvrches performs on stage during Day In Day Out music festival at Seattle Center on September 05, 2021 in Seattle, Washington.
Lauren Mayberry of Chvrches performs at Day In Day Out music festival in Seattle on Sept. 5. Photo: Mat Hayward/Getty Images

Live music is in full swing! We found five upcoming shows you should know about, from the ultra-famous to the underground.

Of note: Most venues require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test, and some shows might require masks.

Favorite Anime Themes — Oct. 21 and 29 at Granada Theater ($50)

  • This string quartet performs scores from popular anime series like "Sailor Moon," "Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood" and "Death Note" in an intimate candlelight setting.
  • Song of choice: "Light's Theme D" from "Death Note" (The tension!)

The Rolling Stones — Oct. 24 at U.S. Bank Stadium ($66-$496)

Zach Bryan — Nov. 8 at the Fillmore ($30)

  • If you missed his set at September's Basilica Block Party, don't worry. The country singer-songwriter is coming back to town.
  • Song of choice: "Revival." Watch the crowd at the last Fillmore show sing most of the words for him.

CHVRCHES — Nov. 17 at The Armory ($43-$150)

  • The Scottish synth-pop trio, who are "not remotely religious," tour their latest album "Screen Violence," with opener Donna Missal.
  • Song of choice: "California"

Longshot and Lazerbeak — Nov. 26 at 7th Street Entry ($15)

  • Minneapolis-via-Chicago rapper Chad Heslup and Minneapolis producer Aaron Mader team up for a release party of their sophomore collaborative album "Spread Love."
  • Song of choice: "Parades," from their first album of the same name.
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