Guns N’ Roses
Verizon Center, Oct. 19, $62-$253.
Against all odds, Guns N’ Roses are a band again, one that has shown no signs of implosion on its lengthy “Not in This Lifetime” world tour. If anything, Axl Rose, Slash and Co. are actually thriving — and this time they’re bringing the show to D.C.
Get tickets: Friday at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster.

Joe Biden
Warner Theatre, Nov. 17, $48-$68.
In anticipation of his new memoir, “Promise Me, Dad,” out Nov. 14, former Vice President Joe Biden is going on tour to discuss his career, the loss of his son Beau and life under President Trump.
Get tickets: Friday at 10 a.m. via Live Nation.

Tegan and Sara
The Anthem, Nov. 11, $50.50-$76.
It’s been a decade since Canadian sister act Tegan and Sara released their fifth album, “The Con.” To celebrate, the duo are going on an acoustic tour to perform the album, as well as releasing a new version of it with covers of the album’s 14 songs by 14 artists.
Get tickets: Friday at 10 a.m. using Ticketfly.

Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton
Sixth and I, Dec. 2, $26.
Metric singer Emily Haines and backing band The Soft Skeleton have a new album, “Choir of the Mind,” out in September, and an eerie new single, “Planets,” out now.
Get tickets: Now at Ticketmaster.

Tank and the Bangas
U Street Music Hall, Sept. 11, $20.
New Orleans’ Tank and the Bangas have blown up since winning NPR’s Tiny Desk concert contest. The hip-hop and soul band has an infectious and energetic party-ready sound. Last weekend’s show at Songbyrd sold out quick, so act fast for this one.
Get tickets: Thursday at 10 a.m. via Ticketfly.

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