5 upcoming concerts in the Twin Cities to keep on your radar

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Live music is in full swing! We found five upcoming shows you should know about, from the ultra-famous to the underground.

Of note: Most venues require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test, and some shows might require masks.

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Favorite Anime Themes — Oct. 21 and 29 at Granada Theater ($50)

  • This string quartet performs scores from popular anime series like "Sailor Moon," "Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood" and "Death Note" in an intimate candlelight setting.

  • Song of choice: "Light's Theme D" from "Death Note" (The tension!)

The Rolling Stones — Oct. 24 at U.S. Bank Stadium ($66-$496)

Zach Bryan — Nov. 8 at the Fillmore ($30)

  • If you missed his set at September's Basilica Block Party, don't worry. The country singer-songwriter is coming back to town.

  • Song of choice: "Revival." Watch the crowd at the last Fillmore show sing most of the words for him.

CHVRCHES — Nov. 17 at The Armory ($43-$150)

  • The Scottish synth-pop trio, who are "not remotely religious," tour their latest album "Screen Violence," with opener Donna Missal.

  • Song of choice: "California"

Longshot and Lazerbeak — Nov. 26 at 7th Street Entry ($15)

  • Minneapolis-via-Chicago rapper Chad Heslup and Minneapolis producer Aaron Mader team up for a release party of their sophomore collaborative album "Spread Love."

  • Song of choice: "Parades," from their first album of the same name.

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