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Best November concerts

The Washington Post Staff  |  Updated 12/01/2011

November's biggest show comes at the beginning of the month when Jay-Z and Kanye West bring their "Watch the Throne" tour to the Verizon Center. A concert by either of rap's biggest stars would be a highlight. Put them on a stage together and you have Concert of the Year possibilities. Another day to mark on your calendar -- Nov. 12. That afternoon Dean & Britta play a free concert in conjunction with the "Warhol: Headlines" exhibit at the National Gallery, providing a live score to Warhol's famous screen test short films. In the evening, indie rock good guy Ted Leo plays a benefit show at Sacred Heart Church. And with Fall Massive, featuring dozens of top DJs (including Moby, Diplo and Armand Van Helden), rave culture takes over the grounds of RFK Stadium the Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend.

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