Mark your calendar today for these upcoming shows 

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Tickets are now on sale for these events.

Jan. 2, 2016, Ne-Yo at the Fox Theatre;; Tickets from $69 to $125.

Jan. 29-30, 2016, Ann Arbor Folk Fest with Richard Thompson, Yo Le Tengo, Joan Baez, and many more at the Hill Auditorium;; General public tickets are $37.50 and $50 for a single night; $67.50 and $90 for series tickets.

Feb. 16, 2016, Disappears at PJ's Lager House;; Cover is $8.

March 16, 2016, Greg Dulli at Marble Bar;; $22.

March 17, 2016, Boyz II Men at Sound Board;; Tickets at $43, $48 and $63.

March 24, 2016, Rihanna at the Palace of Auburn Hills;; Tickets from $30.50 to $151.

April 9, 2016, St Germain at the Fillmore;; Tickets at $33, $58.

April 14, 2016, Andrew Bird at Royal Oak Music Theatre;; Tickets are $36 in advance, $41 day of show.

April 15, 2016, Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals at Royal Oak Music Theatre;; Tickets are $45 in advance, $50 day of show; Reserved seating $75.

Apr. 25, 2016, Justin Bieber at the Palace of Auburn Hills;; Tickets from $50.50 to $126.

May 20, 2016, Lewis Black at Kalamazoo State Theater;; Tickets at $37.50; $47.50; $65

May 23, 2016, First Annual Trip Metal Fest;

May 28-30, 2016, Movement Detroit 2016;; General admission tickets for the weekend are $135; VIP weekend tickets are $300.

June 24, 2016, Selena Gomez at the Palace of Auburn Hills;; Tickets are $34.95, $66.95, and $89.95.

July 30, 2016, Demi Lovato, Nick Jonas at the Palace of Auburn Hills;; Tickets go on sale Sat., Nov. 7.

Aug. 13, 2016, Josh Groban at DTE Energy Music Theatre;; Tickets on sale Dec. 11.


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