Five of This Week's Top Show Announcements: Kendrick Lamar, Maroon 5 and More

Kendrick Lamar Wednesday, October 31, at South Side Music Hall, $34.29 Here's a last-minute announcement for ya. If you still haven't nailed down your Halloween plans for next week, Scoremore's bringing Kendrick Lamar back to town, and he'll be serving up tracks from his brand-new album, good kid, m.A.A.d city.

Titus Andronicus, Ceremony Saturday, November 3, at Tapatio Studios, $10 This new venue on Cesar Chavez celebrates its "grand opening" this weekend, and then gets a visit from Jersey boys Titus Andronicus, who are touring in support of their latest album, Local Business. Bay Area punks Ceremony open.

Calexico Tuesday, January 22, at Granada Theater, $22-$35 Mix spaghetti Western with mid-century jazz and you've got Arizona's Calexico. The veteran group just released their seventh album, Algiers.

Punch Brothers Sunday, January 27, at Granada Theater, $29-$48 Brooklyn's five-piece progressive folk band Punch Brothers are heading South for the winter, in support of their newest five-track EP, Ahoy!. Check out their soulful bluegrass ballad "The Moonshiner" for a good idea of what you're in for.

Maroon 5, Neon Trees, Owl City Thursday, March 21, at American Airlines Center Tickets go on sale November 3 for Maroon 5's Dallas stop on their "Overexposed" tour of North America. The pop-rockers released their fifth studio album, Overexposed, earlier this year, and according to their website, this is going to be their biggest tour yet. Catch the action next year with openers Neon Trees and Owl City.

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