Fall music highlights in the Twin Cities

Looking to take advantage of all the great headliners coming to the Twin cities this Fall? You’re in luck because this concert season is packed with the best. Here are some of the highlights that just can’t be missed.

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Dem Atlas- This local rapper is coming to 7th St. Entry at First Avenue on September 25th, tickets are $15.

Of Monsters and Men- This rising indie/folk band is coming to the Roy Wilkins auditorium on October 1st, tickets are $37.50

Madonna- The “Queen of pop” is playing at the Xcel Energy Center on October 8th, tickets range from $42.50-$357.50

Franz Ferdinand and Sparks (FFS)- Just officially formed last March, this indie rock/pop supergroup is touring together for the first time, and playing at First Avenue on October 9th, tickets range from $35-$40

Tove love- After having a breakout year with the song “Habits (Stay High)”, this Swedish singer is coming on October 10th to  First Avenue, tickets are $25.

Pouya and The Underachievers- Pouya, a solo rapper from Miami is teaming up with the rap duo The Underachievers, to play at First Avenue on October 14th, tickets are $18.

Chance the Rapper- This acid rapper is coming to Myth on October 15th, tickets are $39.95 in advance, $45 on the day of the show.

Bad suns and the Neighborhood- These alternative rock bands are teaming up and coming to First Avenue on October 16th, tickets range from $30-35

Mac Miller- Fresh off releasing his new album titled GO:OD AM, this rapper is playing at Mill City Nights on October 18th, tickets range from $35-38

Twenty-one Pilots- This alternative duo from Ohio is coming to Myth on October 29th, tickets are $26.75

Marina and the Diamonds- After releasing her new album this past year, ‘FROOT’, this electro-pop babe is ready to bring it at the Northrop Auditorium on October 30th, tickets range from $30-39.50