Music for your weekend

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Still looking to fill in your calendar for this weekend? Well, you have worked too hard not to enjoy your free time so here are some ideas on how to spend it.

Our Best Picks

Passion Pit, Matt & Kim at the Agganis Arena on Sunday: Moved from Saturday, the hometown favorites will deliver their biggest Boston show to date. With Matt & Kim sharing the bill, this should be one special and very fun show. Get moving and grab your tickets for $35 or $39.50.

Our Music Picks

Friday

Stay home and be safe. See a list of cancelled shows here.

Saturday

See a list of cancelled shows here.

Bon Jovi at the Mohegan Sun Arena: The pride of New Jersey kick off their “Because We Can” world tour in Connecticut. Expect to hear all the classics and maybe a preview of their forthcoming album, What About Now. Tickets are available for $125 and $195. Update: The show has been rescheduled for Friday, October 25.  However, per guiatrist Richie Sambora on Twitter, the band will play a shortened set for free for those already at the venue.

Sunday

Ladysmith Black Mambazo at the Sanders Theatre: Moved from Saturday, World Music/CRASHarts welcomes the legendary singing group from South Africa to Cambridge. Tickets range in price from $28 to $40.

Ballyhoo! at the Brighton Music Hall: The Baltimore-based rockers hit Boston as they gear up for the release of their forthcoming album, Hardcore Hooligans. Joining them will be Kayavibe and Strange Machines. Tickets are $13.

The Temptations, The Four Tops at the Hanover Theatre: These two legendary groups have enjoyed touring together for a few years now. See why audiences agree when they play in Worcester for $47 to $67.

Rockapella at the Zeiterion Theatre: The renowned a cappella group hits New Bedford to preview material from their forthcoming album, Motown and More. Tickets are $30.50.

The House Jacks at Club Passim: Looking for some a cappella a little closer to the city? Then make your way to Harvard Square and check out these veterans from San Francisco. Tickets are $25.

Donna the Buffalo at the Narrows Center for the Arts: Their Saturday show in Natick has been cancelled but Sunday’s show in Fall River is still on. With their 10th album due this spring, the band is expected to road test some of the new tunes alongside old favorites. Tickets are available for $20 in advance or $23 on the day of.

Jeff Mangum at Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel: The elusive lead singer of indie rock favorites Neutral Milk Hotel will make his way Providence. Take in this rare opportunity for $29.50 or $35

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