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We picked them for you: Fleetwood Mac, Thomas Rhett and the best concerts coming this week – Omaha World-Herald


We picked them for you: the biggest, the best, the coolest concerts coming this week.

1. Fleetwood Mac


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John McVie and Stevie Nicks of the classic rock band Fleetwood Mac.



Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Fleetwood Mac are coming back to Lincoln for the first time since they had to cut a show short. Catch them Friday at Pinnacle Bank Arena with an adjusted lineup — Lindsey Buckingham is out, and Mike Campbell and Neil Finn are in. Tickets via Ticketmaster.

2. Thomas Rhett


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Thomas Rhett

Thomas Rhett performs at the CMA Music Festival.



Country star Thomas Rhett is bringing his massive hits — “Die a Happy Man,” “T-Shirt” and “Star of the Show” among them — to Pinnacle Bank Arena on Oct. 13. He played a sold-out show in Omaha last year. Tickets via Ticketmaster.

3. Reel Big Fish


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Reel Big Fish

Reel Big Fish performs at the Van’s Warped Tour.



It’s been more than 20 years since Reel Big Fish had a hit with “Sell Out,” but frontman Aaron Barrett and his ska punk band are still chugging along. On Friday, they’ll return to Omaha to play Slowdown. Tickets, $22, at ticketfly.com.

4. Minus the Bear


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Minus the Bear

Minus the Bear



Minus the Bear is calling it quits. But fans are in luck: The indie rock band is first heading on a farewell tour that includes a stop at The Waiting Room Lounge on Sunday. Say goodbye by rocking out with them one last time. Tickets, $25, via etix.com.

5. Band of the Week: Midnight Devils


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The Midnight Devils

The Midnight Devils

Self-proclaimed “glam slam boogie woogie rock n roll band” The Midnight Devils are set to release their first album, “Something Bigger,” with a combo rock and drag show at American Dream on Saturday.

MORE THIS WEEK

THURSDAY

To celebrate the release of the indie rock band’s self-titled album, Tigers Jaw will play Slowdown. Tickets, $15, at ticketfly.com.

DJ and producer Sozen will play Reverb Lounge. Tickets, $5, at etix.com.

FRIDAY

The Kidz Bop Kids are coming. Full of kid-friendly remakes of pop songs, the Kidz Bop live concert tour will stop at Baxter Arena. Tickets, $29.50 to $49.50, g via Ticketmaster.

Back in 2008, Blitzen Trapper released its excellent album, “Furr.” And now the folk-rock outfit is hitting the road to celebrate its 10th anniversary, and the tour stops at Lincoln’s Royal Grove. Tickets, $12, at etix.com.

Lauded Omaha rock band The David Nance Group has a new record, “Peaced and Slightly Pulverized,” and it’ll play a show with Closeness at Reverb Lounge. Tickets, $8, at etix.com.

SATURDAY

Rock trio Dreamers will play Slowdown. Tickets, $12, at ticketfly.com.

Omaha band Bed Rest has a new EP, “Blood Orange,” and you can see the group at Reverb Lounge. Tickets, $5, at etix.com.

SUNDAY

Caroline Smith has changed her name to Your Smith, and she released new music under the name earlier this year. Catch her at Reverb Lounge. Tickets, $10, at etix.com.

MONDAY

The duo Adult. does some interesting stuff, mixing drum machines, synthesizers and punk rock. See the mix at Reverb Lounge. Tickets, $12, at etix.com.

TUESDAY

Lauv is Ari Leff, a pop singer-songwriter with hits in “I Like Me Better” and “The Other,” and you can see him at Sokol Auditorium. Tickets, $22, at etix.com.

Rapper Project Pat will play The Waiting Room Lounge. Tickets, $20, at etix.com.

WEDNESDAY

Hailing from Colorado, jam-happy bluegrass band Yonder Mountain String Band is a local favorite and will return to play The Waiting Room Lounge. Tickets, $25, at etix.com.

COMING UP

On the slate for next week:

Named after the teen hangout in “Beverly Hills 90210,” Peach Pit broke out with their 2016 EP “Sweet F.A.” See them at Slowdown on Oct. 19. Tickets, $12, at ticketfly.com.

Eagles tribute band Hotel Desperado will bring the hits to The Waiting Room Lounge on Oct. 19. Tickets, $10, at etix.com.

Horrorcore rap duo Twiztid will play The Royal Grove in Lincoln on Oct. 19.

Mic Check will host its monthly hip-hop showcase on Oct. 20 at The Waiting Room Lounge. Tickets, $12, on sale at etix.com.

Darwin Deez just released “10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart,” and he’ll play Slowdown on Oct. 22. Tickets, $15, at ticketfly.com.

Folk singer Ray LaMontagne will play the Holland Performing Arts Center on Oct. 22. LaMontagne released his latest album, “Part of the Light,” this year to rave reviews. Tickets via Ticket Omaha.

Kristine Leschpers created folk-rock outfit Mothers as a solo project five years ago. Now she’s working on a follow-up to her acclaimed debut album. Catch the band on Oct. 23 at Slowdown. Tickets, $12, at ticketfly.com.

JUST ANNOUNCED

Everyman folk band Bottle Rockets are headed to Omaha on Nov. 17 to play Reverb Lounge. Tickets, $15, go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. at etix.com.

Violinist Lindsey Stirling will return to Omaha this fall. Stirling will play Baxter Arena on Nov. 28, and her setlist will include Christmas favorites. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday via Ticketmaster.

Country singer Casey Donahew will play Lincoln’s Bourbon Theatre on Jan. 10. Tickets, $20, go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. at ticektweb.com.

James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt will play Lincoln’s Pinnacle Bank Arena on Feb. 20. Taylor, the legendary “Fire and Rain” singer-songwriter, has received just about every award possible: Grammys, Kennedy Center Honors, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction. Tickets, $65 to $99, go on sale Oct. 19 at 10 a.m. via Ticketmaster.

New Kids on the Block will headline a tour that includes Salt N Pepa, Tiffany, Debbie Gibson and Naughty By Nature. And your favorite ’80s and ’90s pop and hip-hop stars are headed to Nebraska. The Mixtape Tour will land at Lincoln’s Pinnacle Bank Arena on June 8. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday via Ticketmaster.

SOLD OUT

Hoodie Allen’s concert Oct. 21 at The Waiting Room Lounge.

Elton John’s concert Feb. 12, 2019, at CenturyLink Center.



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