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Maybe we’re jumping the gun a bit on the summer status (although not if this weather has anything to say about it); but if you’re like us — i.e. poor — you’ll need plenty of time to financially strategize vis-a-vis all these shows.

At The Fox:

- Coheed & Cambria (May 7)
- Matt & Kim (June 18)
- Okkervil River (June 22)
- My Morning Jacket (June 24)
- The Avett Brothers (July 19 & 20)

At The Fillmore:

- Portugal. the Man (May 6)
- Of Montreal (May 13)
- Yeasayer (May 25 & 26)
- Death Cab for Cutie (June 9)
- The Mountain Goats (June 20)

At the Great American Music Hall:

- Dredg (May 5 & 6)
- Peter Bjorn & John (May 13)
- Architecture in Helsinki (June 2)
- Sondre Lerch (June 28)

At The Warfield:

- Adele (June 4)
- Dropkick Murphys (June 29)
- Owl City (July 19)

At The Bottom of the Hill:

- Asobi Seksu (May 30)
- Alkaline Trio (June 16)
- The Queers (June 18)

At Slim’s:

- Beach Fossils (May 5)
- Architecture in Helsinki (June 3)
- Duncan Sheik (June 24)

At The Independent:

- Trampled by Turtles (May 20)
- Noah and the Whale (May 26 & 27)
- Sleigh Bells & Neon Indian (May 30 & 31)
- The Album Leaf (June 3)
- Dr. Dog (June 28 & 29)
- Blonde Redhead (June 30)

At the Greek Theatre:

- Adele (June 4)
- Peter Gabriel (June 10)
- Dispatch (June 11)
- Alison Krauss & Union Station (June 25)

Image Source: Tom Olliver under Creative Commons



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