Here are ten concerts to see in the next seven days, all around Philly. Tickets and information can be found in the WXPN Concert Calendar.

Sunday 1/7: The Tisburys and Flat Mary Road at Johnny Brenda’s

Spend tonight with some luminaries of the local rock scene. The Tisburys, who gave us their Exile On Main Street in 2022 — a rousing song set and sonic step forward for this long-running Philly band — will play Johnny Brenda’s with support from Flat Mary Road, whose fourth album Little Realities came out in September. // 8 p.m., $15, 21+

The Tisburys - Garden

Tuesday 1/9: Richard Maguire of Pile at Johnny Brenda’s

In the band Pile, Richard Maguire delivers songs over heavy guitars and heaving post-punk energy. Seeing him solo at Johnny Brenda’s on Tuesday night should be softer, but no less gripping experience.// 8 p.m., $17, 21+

Richard Maguire Live at Paste Studio

Wednesday 1/10: Hayley Jane at 118 North

A devotee of 60s and 70s AOR pop, New England singer-songwriter Hayley Jane ventures down the east coast on her winter tour, making a Philly-adjacent stop at Wayne’s 118 North. Local support comes from the country-folk outfit Darlingtyn. // 7:30 p.m., $12, 21+

Hayley Jane - Soul Shaken

Thursday 1/11: Okan at MilkBoy

The Toronto soul duo Okan draws on Afro-Cuban percussion, folk instrumentation, and pop energy, presenting a genre-melding experience on their latest album OKANTOMI. It’s the third release from the duo of Elizabeth Rodriguez and Magdelys Savigne, and they’ll bring it to MilkBoy in Philly this Thursday. // 8 p.m., $18, 21+

OKAN - Espiral (Official Video)

Friday 1/12: Lotus at XL Live

If you missed the chance to ring in the new year with locally-rooted jam band Lotus, a short trek to Harrisburg’s XL Live will once again put them in your orbit. The band had a heavy 2023, coping with the tragic loss of their percussionist Chuck Morris, as well as extensive touring in support of their latest album Bloom & Recede. Share space with them and help the band usher its legendary live show into its 25th year this Friday night. // 8:30 p.m., $30, 21+

Lotus - Bloom and Recede Full Album Premiere

Friday 1/12: Robert Glasper at City Winery Philadelphia

You actually have three chances to see R&B and jazz master Robert Glasper at City Winery: on Friday, Saturday, AND Sunday. So don’t miss out on seeing the genre-pioneering multi-hyphenate and creator of the acclaimed Black Radio album series (collabs with everyone from Erykah Badu to Lupe Fiasco to Emily King) on this special solo tour. // 6:00 p.m., $45 and up, 21+

Robert Glasper • Black Radio III Live @ The Vermont ft. BJ the Chicago Kidd, Vic Mensa, DSmoke, etc

Saturday 1/13: Zoe Lemon at The Grape Room

It was a pleasure to have Philly’s own Zoe Lemon in studio for a Key Session late last year. The introspective singer-songwriter and violinist, whose 2023 EP Tailspin was written on the road in a van during the pandemic lockdown, brings her music live to Manayunk’s music watering hole for a soft and sweet Saturday night out. // 8 p.m., $10, 21+

Zoe Lemon - Full Set (The Key Studio Sessions)

Saturday 1/13: Dyad at The Queen

Wilmington R&B duo Dyad (singer Candace Martinez and guitarist Thomas McLean) are reuniting after 12 years apart, and celebrating with a night of original music and creative restyling of pop hits at The Queen on Market St. Watch their latest music video for “Miss Me” below to preview the evening, and get your fill of Wilmo pride. // 8 p.m., $12, 21+

Miss Me? (Official Music video)

Saturday 1/13: Those Looks and The Side Chicks at MilkBoy

In what feels like a special local music showcase, indie rock group Those Looks and jazz-vibey The Side Chicks co-headline this stacked bill (including glimmering art-pop group Glitterspitter and “wistful make-out music” makers We’re from Antarctica from the Lehigh Valley) at center city’s MilkBoy. Four-band bills can be tough, friends, but this show’s worth your full attention. // 8:30 p.m., $12, 21+

THOSE LOOKS "Hymnal" (Official Video)

Saturday 1/13: A Night Of Stardust at Union Transfer

Philly Loves Bowie Week comes to its grand conclusion Saturday night with the incomparable A Night of Stardust, back for its second year at Union Transfer and ninth overall. This tribute is filled with living legends — including Gina Schock from the Go-Gos — including musicians who played with the icon himself, and is sure to sell out. Get your tickets now before it’s too late. // 8 p.m., $30, AA