All The Best Live Music In New York City This Week

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There is never a lack of things to do in New York City, and that’s especially true for music lovers. Every night of the week, there’s some buzzworthy band or big-time pop singer or up-and-coming rapper performing in one of the city’s thousand different venues, and the choices about who to check out can become daunting.

Well, to help all you residents of “the city that never sleeps” parse through the hundreds of different artists vying for your hard-earned dollars, we’ve assembled here some of the best and most intriguing concerts coming up in the New York area for the week of June 10.

Monday, June 10

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Beach House @ Brooklyn Steel [Tickets]

If you’re looking for the ultimate dream pop experience, Beach House is emblematic of the genre.

Wednesday, June 12

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The National (with Courtney Barnett) @ Prospect Park Bandshell [Tickets]

The National just released one of the finest albums of their career. Pair them with one of Australia’s best and you’re in for a night.

Thursday, June 13

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The National (with Courtney Barnett) @ Prospect Park Bandshell [Tickets]

Real Estate @ Brooklyn Bowl [Tickets]

Real Estate’s breezy brand of indie rock is a delight live, and they’re touring in support of their excellent 2017 album, In Mind.

Friday, June 14

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Ariana Grande (with Normani) @ Barclays Center [Tickets]

Ariana Grande is the biggest pop star in the world, and her shows are a true spectacle.

Kim Petras @ Irving Plaza [Tickets]

Speaking of stars, Petras is one of the fastest rising and brightest shining ones we have today.

Real Estate @ Webster Hall [Tickets]

Saturday, June 15

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Ariana Grande (with Normani) @ Barclays Center [Tickets]

Death Cab for Cutie (with Jenny Lewis) @ Forest Hills Stadium [Tickets]

Ben Gibbard and company have been indie rock leaders for decades now, and Jenny Lewis is also a well-established force in her field.

Sunday, June 16

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Wu-Tang Clan @ Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk [Tickets]

Wu-Tang Clan actually is something to f*ck with, so head to the boardwalk and check ’em out.

Some artists covered here are Warner Music artists. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.

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