You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...

Governors Ball
It's the third and final day of NYC festival Governors Ball on Randall's Island, and today's got a very exciting headliner: Eminem. We caught him at Boston Calling last weekend, and even if his new music isn't so hot, he's still got it as a live performer. Before Em, you've got Lil Uzi Vert, Sylvan Esso, N.E.R.D., Dirty Projectors, Third Eye Blind, Vic Mensa, CHVRCHES, Margo Price, Kali Uchis, Amine, Westside Gunn & Conway, and more.

Primus, Mastodon, All Them Witches @ Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk
The very cool double bill of alt-metal weirdos Primus and sludge staples Mastodon are on the road together as we speak. Having played Asbury Park on Friday, they're hitting Coney Island tonight.

Moses Sumney @ Public Arts
Moses Sumney's music is very hard to pigeonhole, but it's not hard to see how uniquely powerful a singer he is, especially in a live environment. This is a GovBall After Dark show.

Wolf Alice @ Brooklyn Bowl
UK indie rockers Wolf Alice continue to rise in the world, and tonight they play a venue that's a little small for them these days, thanks to GovBall After Dark.

Mr. Twin Sister, Sateen, L'Rain @ Trans-Pecos
It's been a while since we're heard from this groovy group -- they're playing this surprise matinee starting at 2 PM.

The Regrettes, Destroy Boys, Russo @ Knitting Factory
One more recommended GovBall After Dark show tonight: melodic punks The Regrettes.

Blis., Puddle Splasher, Whiner, Starving Arts @ Alphaville
Atlanta's grungy Blis. released their debut album on Sargent House last year, and if you're into stuff like Manchester Orchestra but you haven't heard these guys, that's worth changing.

Kllo, Jitwam, April + Vista @ Elsewhere Rooftop
Ghostly-signed downtempo pop duo Kllo are in town from Australia, and if the weather's nice, their vibes should be perfect for a rooftop show in June.

Shelter, Don't Sleep, Mindforce, Out Live Death @ Amityville Music Hall
It's been a while since Krishnacore legends Shelter have toured, but they're finally back out on the road and opening is Don't Sleep, the new band of Dave Smalley (Dag Nasty, Down By Law, ALL), who play a lot of Can I Say-era Dag Nasty songs.

Kelela @ The Surf Lodge
Montauk restaurant/hotel/vacation spot The Surf Lodge has concerts on the weekends all summer, and tonight they've got the great electronic/R&B artist Kelela.
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.

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