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Here are 12 concerts to see in the next seven days, all around Philadelphia. For tickets and more information, head to the WXPN Concert Calendar.

Sunday 6/9: Chris Kasper at 118 North

If you’re in the mood for some folksy Americana, look no further than Chris Kasper, who hails from all the way down in… Philadelphia? You might not believe it based on his voice and southern stylings, but this rootsy singer-songwriter hails from Philly. Catch him at 118 North in Wayne, PA tonight. // 7:30 p.m., $18, 21+ – Claire Brown

Chris Kasper plays "Shuffle On Through" on the WXPN Folk Show

Monday 6/10: Bitchin Bajas at Solar Myth

Space-age krautrockers Bitchin Bajas take the stage at Solar Myth, a fittingly celestial name for an out-of-this-world band. When they’re not working with Chicago legends like Bonnie “Prince” Billy, they’re laying down lengthy, jazzy jams on records like 2022’s Bajascillators. // 8 p.m., $30, 21+ – C.B.

Bitchin Bajas "Amorpha" (Official Music Video)

Tuesday 6/11: The Rolling Stones at Lincoln Financial Field

Some sixty years after their British Invasion heyday, the Rolling Stones are still kickin’! Jagger and the boys surely need no introduction; expect a mix of their classics and newer cuts from 2023’s Hackney Diamonds, their first record of original material in nearly twenty years. // 8 p.m., $149 and up (verified resale), AA – C.B.

The Rolling Stones Tour '24 Hackney Diamonds - Opening Night Houston, TX

Wednesday 6/12: Pixies and Modest Mouse at The Mann

Encoring their wildly successful 2023 tour, this tag-team of indie titans returns to Philadelphia this Wednesday. Just in case our millennial readers aren’t sold on this massive co-headliner yet, special guest Cat Power opens; it’s a bill you’ll never forget. // 6:30 p.m., $38, AA – C.B.

Pixies - You're So Impatient

Thursday 6/13: Kaia Kater World Cafe Live

Armed with her banjo and soothing voice, Kaia Kater’s show this Thursday is sure to erase any worries from your mind. From her ties to Caribbean music and the Canadian folk scene during her childhood to Appalachian influences from her time in college, Kaia Kater’s music draws on influences rooted in her diverse background. The result is a folk/bluegrass combination, with delicate and introspective lyrics. Kater recently released Strange Medicine, her fourth album, which is full of acoustic songs that promise to surpass all expectations when played live. // 8:30 p.m., $15, 21+ – Emma Zoe Polyak

Kaïa Kater - Fédon

Thursday 6/13: Wilderado at Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia

Hailing from Tulsa, Oklahoma, Wilderado are a three-piece band consisting of vocalist and guitarist Max Rainer, guitarist Tyler Wimpee, and drummer Justin Kila. They recently released “Talker,” the title track from their upcoming album, which has an easy-going sound that whisks listeners to a summery day and is illustrative of Wilderado’s carefree and indie-folk sound. If you’re interested in hearing what they sound like live before their show, check out their Wilderado Live album, full of songs recorded live across the United States! // 8 p.m., $36, 21+ – EZP

Wilderado - Tomorrow (Lyric Video)

Thursday 6/13: The Umbrellas at PhilaMOCA

Head to PhilaMOCA if you want to rock out to some jangle-pop this Thursday! Hailing from sunny California, The Umbrellas have really come into their sound with their newest album, Fairweather Friend. It embraces 60s-esque guitar, groovy bass, and piercing vocals, creating an album that is full of nostalgia and longing. PhilaMOCA is an intimate space, and the perfect venue to host The Umbrellas. You’ll get to experience them up close and personal while having enough space to bop around. // 8 p.m., $15, AA – EZP

The Umbrellas - Gone

Friday 6/14: Los Lobos at Ardmore Music Hall

Los Lobos have come a long way from 1973, when they started out playing covers of Mexican folk music at restaurants and parties. Flash forward fifty years, and Los Lobos have received numerous awards, becoming a staple among legacy bands. Their music is a reflection of the melting pot that is American culture, keeping their Mexican folk roots and infusing rock, soul, R&B, and punk as their sound evolved over the years. Catch their show at the Ardmore Music Hall this Friday, it’s not one to miss // 7:30 p.m., $45, 21+ – EZP

Los Lobos - Cinnamon Girl / La Bamba (live)

Friday 6/14: Kim Gordon at Union Transfer

Ten years after the dissolution of Sonic Youth, singer / multi-instrumentalist Kim Gordon has worked on a variety of visual art and music projects. This year, she’s back with a solo album, The Collective, and she brings its fusion of dissonant electronics, abstract melodies, and poetic lyrics to Union Transfer this Friday. // 8 p.m., $30, AA – Maeve Zeleniak

Kim Gordon - The Candy House

Friday 6/14: Shemekia Copeland at XL Live

One of XPN’s favorite blues singers out there right now, Shemekia Copeland comes to Harrisburg’s XL Live on Friday. Copeland is best known for her sophomore album, Wicked, which won her three Blues Music Awards, and her most recent trio of albums dealing with life in America after the 2016 election. // 8 p.m., $30, AA – MZ

Shemekia Copeland - Married To The Blues

Saturday 6/15: Stevie Nicks at Hersheypark Stadium

The legendary singer, songwriter and style icon Stevie Nicks is gracing PA with a stop at Hersheypark stadium this Saturday. Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 50 years or so, you know her role in Fleetwood Mac was extremely influential – their song “Dreams,” which she takes lead on, was the band’s one and only top hit in the U.S., and her music has enjoyed a revival due to social media. // 7 p.m., $129.50 and up, AA – MZ

Fleetwood Mac - Rhiannon

Saturday 6/15: Ghostface Killah at XL Live

It’s a great weekend to be in or around Harrisburg – Ghostface Killah of the Wu-Tang Clan will be continuing his current tour at XL Live! The ‘compulsive storyteller’ announced the tracklist for his upcoming album, Set the Tone, last month, and released his memoir on May 14. // 8:30 p.m., $15, 21+ – MZ

Ghostface Killah - Cherchez LaGhost (Official Video) ft. U-God
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