HOLDING ONTO WHAT’S GOLDEN
Jurassic 5 broke up in 2007, reunited for Coachella in 2013 and dropped “The Way We Do It” in 2014. But when the group plays Brooklyn Bowl on July 16 ($35-$85), you can expect lots of classic tracks such as “Concrete Schoolyard.”
YOUNG KING COLE
Three consecutive No. 1 albums? Check. An ambitious world tour? Check. This is J. Cole’s canvas, and he’s painting it exactly how he wants it. J. Cole’s Forest Hills Drive tour arrives at Axis on July 18 ($41-$200) with special guests Big Sean, YG and Jeremih.
ON SALE NOW
Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers combine their special blend of indie rock, alt-country and roots music with good humor and a party atmosphere—about what you’d expect from a band with its own brand of tequila! The group plays House of Blues on Sept. 5 ($29).