Get Ready for Foreigner, Zappa Plays Zappa and OBC

Cage the Elephant headlines the Cosmopolitan's 'Our Big Concert' | Photo by Colin Lane/Courtesy RCA Records

Cage the Elephant headlines the Cosmopolitan’s ‘Our Big Concert’ May 28. | Photo by Colin Lane/Courtesy RCA Records

CHECK IT AND SEE

Mick Jones has kept Foreigner going strong for nearly 40 years. Of course, it doesn’t hurt having monster hits such as “Cold as Ice,” “Hot Blooded” and “Feels Like the First Time.” Foreigner plays Star of the Desert Arena on April 25 ($11-$66).

LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON

Frank Zappa died in 1993, but his son Dweezil has kept the music alive since 2006. Zappa Plays Zappa hits Brooklyn Bowl on April 25 ($38.50-$71.50), playing the final Mothers of Invention album One Size Fits All in its entirety, along with other Zappa classics.

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Cage the Elephant is still basking in the success of its Grammy-nominated album, Melophobia, and the band will headline “Our Big Concert” at the Cosmopolitan’s Boulevard Pool on May 28 ($40) with Dirty Heads, New Politics, Big Data and Joywave.

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