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Stella Donnelly

Mon., March 25, 7 p.m.

To answer an age-old question, Stella Donnelly most definitely let the dogs out. On her recent full-length debut, Beware of the Dogs, the Australian singer-songwriter tackles everything from abortion, Australian nationalism, and bro-culture, all while maintaining a balance of levity and empathy. Donnelly was first introduced to U.S. ears in 2017 when she released the single “Boys Will Be Boys,” where she attempts to reckon with the onslaught of victim-shaming in wake of the #MeToo era, singing, “Like a mower in the morning/ I will never let you rest.” The track made it onto Beware of the Dogs, which is flush with equally bold poetry and takes jabs at abusive men and describes feeling homesick while also feeling sick of home. Faye Webster is also on the bill. $12

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Justin Timberlake

Mon., March 25, 7:30 p.m.

Everyone’s favorite former Ramen noodle-haired boy-band babe turned solo sex symbol and “Filthy” family man (wait, that’s weird) really wants you to pay attention to his new-ish rugged, plaid-wearing, scruffy-faced honky-tonk funk. Justin Timberlake is kind of having a very un-sexy year due in part to 2018’s dimly received Man of the Woods and his Super Bowl halftime performance (during which he cheaply summoned a Prince hologram on a bed sheet while wearing, like, a 17-piece suit, probably to make amends for his involvement in 2004’s “Nipplegate” with Janet Jackson). Anyway, JT is a DILF now, and even if the Los Angeles Times’ concert review panned his recent performance as feeling like a “rehearsal” (ouch!), if we don’t see for ourselves we might as well cry ourselves a dang river. $49.50+

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