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Things To Do Today (7/12/19)

PANTEÓN ROCOCÓ

7 p.m.

$30

Neighborhood Theatre, 511 E. 36th St. 

Veteran Mexico City ska band Panteón Rococó are huge stars in their homeland, but didn’t reach U.S. ears until they were 12 years into their now decades-long career. Time hasn’t dimmed their energy, their defiantly left-wing political stance or the inventiveness of their ska, punk, merengue and indie rock mix. Find tickets here.

FROM THE SOUNDWAVE

ROCK/PUNK/METAL

Living In My Shadow, Origin of Disease, Twinvasion, Chaos Ensues, October (The Milestone)

Panteón Rococó (Neighborhood Theatre)

The Connells (Fillmore)

Train, Goo Goo Dolls, Allen Stone (PNC Music Pavilion)

Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons (Ovens Auditorium)

Quiet Hollers, Rare Creatures (Evening Muse)

Open Mic (McGlohon Theater)

Nic Pugh Album Release, Gardeners, LeAnna Eden, Dylan Gilbert (Petra’s)

Dragged by the Neck CD Release Party, Skinkage, Annabel Lee, Winter’s Gate (Amos’ Southend)

Natty Boh (Hattie’s)

Cardfall (Tin Roof)

Brute Beat (Tommy’s Pub)

COUNTRY/FOLK/AMERICANA

Erin Enderlin, Justin Clyde Williams (Evening Muse)

Wood & Wire (U.S. National Whitewater Center)

Lenny Federal Band (Comet Grill)

DJ/ELECTRONIC

The Wizard’s Roadshow (The Fat Parrots Bar & Grill)

I Love The 2000’s: DJ Fannie Mae (Underground)

RAP/HIP HOP/SOUL/FUNK/R&B

Player Made: An Ode To Southern Rap of All Eras (Snug Harbor)

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