Here are 14 concerts to see in the next seven days, all around Philly. For tickets and more information, head to WXPN’s Concert Calendar.

Sunday 11/26: Davy Knowles at Sellersville Theater

Davy Knowles’ upcoming show on Sunday at Sellersville Theater promises an intimate and deeply personal experience, reflecting the journey of his latest album, If I Should Wander. In a departure from his usual raw blues rock style, this album serves as a raw and unfiltered diary of his thoughts and emotions, written within just two months. // 8 p.m., $33 and up, AA

Davy Knowles - Broken Time

Monday 11/27: Hurry at PhilaMOCA

Known for their fusion of classic power pop melodies and ’90s-inspired indie rock sound, Philly indie rock faves Hurry have evolved from a solo project to a band with a robust catalog. With their latest album, this year’s Don’t Look Back, they continue to deliver sweetly overcast indie pop that reflects Scottoline’s personal journey and emotional experiences, making their upcoming performance a must-see for fans of heartfelt and nostalgic sounds. // 7 p.m., $15, AA

Hurry - Beggin' For You

Tuesday 11/28: Marshall Allen’s Ghost Horizons at Solar Myth

Sun Ra Arkestra band leader Marshall Allen boasts a unique alto saxophone style that mixes swing and bop traditions with the explosive, free jazz sounds of the avant-garde. This Tuesday at Solar Myth, Allen performs with his Ghost Horizons project, a more scaled-back presentation of his exploratory sound. With a career spanning decades and collaborations with notable artists, Allen’s performance promises to be a mesmerizing journey through the evolution of jazz and his own groundbreaking contributions to the genre. // 8 p.m., $37, 21+

Marshall Allen's Ghost Horizons live

Wednesday 11/29: Big Fat Meanies at Phantom Power

Get ready for a sizzling night of ska, punk, and modern rock on Wednesday as Phantom Power hosts Lancaster’s Big Fat Meanies. This independent eight-piece ensemble, voted “Best Rock Band” of 2021 in Central Pennsylvania, delivers a high-octane performance infused with horn-driven progressive rock. With influences spanning pop, punk, funk, metal, ska, and musical theater, Big Fat Meanies promises an exhilarating musical journey that showcases their impressive songwriting and on-stage energy. // 7 p.m., $10, 18+

Big Fat Meanies - Gatekeeper

Wednesday 11/29: Johnathan Blake at Solar Myth

Philadelphia-born drummer Johnathan Blake comes from a musical lineage — his father, John Blake Jr., was a jazz violinist who played with McCoy Tyner and Grover Washington Jr. — and he celebrates his father’s life and legacy on this year’s Passage, Blake’s fifth album overall and second for Blue Note Records. The record’s vast instrumentals follow fluid grooves into atmospheres that are full of joy, sadness, and introspection, and Blake will play life for his hometown fans this Wednesday at Solar Myth. // 8 p.m., $24.72, 21+

Johnathan Blake - A Slight Taste

Thursday 11/30: Will Butler at PhilaMOCA

Arcade Fire alum Will Butler released a spellbinding album with his backing quartet Sister Squares earlier this year. The stellar experimental set will be astonishing to see live at PhilaMOCA on Thursday, especially with the unbelievable amount of energy that Will Butler has on stage. // 8 p.m., $20, AA

Will Butler + Sister Squares - Long Grass

Thursday 11/30: Lydia Loveless at Johnny Brenda’s

Lydia Loveless will be bringing their sharp songwriting skill and iconic country twang to Johnny Brenda’s on Thursday. Loveless’ newest album, Nothing’s Gonna Stand in My Way Again, is a bold fusion of rock, country, and indie styles, providing options for all music lovers. Their lyrics are raw and authentic, and the dashing energy that emerges from their lyrics will surely be delivered during the performance. // 8 p.m., $25, 21+

Lydia Loveless - Toothache

Friday 12/1: Baroness at Union Transfer

DIY hard rock stars Baroness released their newest album, STONE, in September of this year. The album features their trademark interplay between dreamlike guitar and heavy drums, showcasing their power and impressive technical abilities. To make this show even more exciting, Philly’s Sheer Mag opens; the four-piece retro punk outfit just announced their Third Man Record debut Playing Favorites will release in March. // 6:30 p.m., $28.50 and up, AA

Baroness - Last Word

Friday 12/1: Caring Less at Ortlieb’s

Philadelphia natives Caring Less are new to the music scene, but their amazing chemistry would make you believe otherwise. They perform with incredible passion, singing about intimate, sensitive experiences. If you need to scream and shout to a relatable tune, make your way to Caring Less’ final show of the year, this Friday at Ortlieb’s. // 8 p.m., $10, 21+


Caring Less - The Key Studio Sessions (Full Set)

Friday 12/1: Nik Greeley and Emily Drinker at Lititz Shirt Factory

Two local faves are pairing up in Central PA for a First Friday gig at Lititz Shirt Factory. Funkateer Nik Greeley was one of a handful of locals who got to play XPoNential Music Festival this summer before the Tropical Storm Ophelia rained down, and he’ll bring that energy to the stage alongside singer-songwriter fave Emily Drinker, who only has a couple shows left this year, so you know she’s going all out. // 7:30 p.m., $20, AA

Nik Greeley and The Operators - Can't Explain

Saturday 12/2: Work Drugs at World Café Live

Philly’s Work Drugs carry the torch for the soft rock revival that was popular for a minute in the indie scene of the 20-teens. These days, their smooth tones are guaranteed to show up on the local stage twice a year, and one of those times is in December for their annual Holiday Spectacle, which takes place this year at The Lounge at World Cafe Live. Get there early for a set by Lancaster’s Tyler Burkhart, who just released a lovely LP called Vow Of Silence. // 8 p.m., $20, AA

Work Drugs - Say Goodbye

Saturday 12/2: bar italia at The First Unitarian Church

Recent Matador Records signees bar italia are the latest indie act to take on the basement at The Church, one of the only punk watering holes in the Center City neighborhood. This far-out, avant-garde London group will resonate with fans of fellow rising stars Dry Cleaning and shame. BYOB for audience members of age, and get there early for a clear view of the stage. // 8 p.m., $18, AA


Saturday 12/2: June McDoom at Creep Records

After dazzling us almost a year ago opening for Nick Hakim, experimental folk artist June McDoom made the trip down from New York City for this special record store gig. For a taste of what to expect from this show, give her latest EP With Strings a spin — calming, mellow vibes abound. Also, don’t miss a minute of this show, as the local openers are reason enough to haul out to Port Richmond. Singer-songwriter Crosslegged — the project of former Philadelphian Keba Robinson, who put out the lovely Another Blue LP this year — is joined by the like-minded Gab Landrum and Reese Florence, and all do the “chill, lo-fi” thing exceptionally well. // 7 p.m., $15, AA

June McDoom - The City (Official Video)

Saturday 12/2: The Mountain Goats at The Queen

Imaginative, theatrical indie staples The Mountain Goats bring their latest LP Jenny from Thebes to Wilmington’s The Queen this Saturday night. One of the more energetic offerings this weekend, this show will draw diehards from the city to the rural area and beyond. WXPN Welcomes this legacy act, so don’t be shy and say hello to our volunteers at the XPN booth for some free swag. // 8 p.m., $43, AA

the Mountain Goats - Murder at the 18th Street Garage (Official Music Video)