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

Afropunk Fest @ Commodore Barry Park
It's day two of the stacked two-day Afropunk festival in Brooklyn's Commodore Barry Park, and today's highlights include Raphael Saadiq, Kaytranada, Anderson Paak, hardcore vets Burn, Gary Clark Jr, Michael Kiwanuka, Kevin Abstract, The Cool Kids, and more.

Afropunk After Dark
Keep the Afropunk party going with official After Dark shows. Of note tonight the UK-centric "Back to Life" party at Baby's All Right which is promising some notable suprise guests (Jazzie B?)

Eyehategod, Cro-Mags @ Saint Vitus (two shows)
NOLA sludge greats Eyehategod are back with singer Mike IX, who had to briefly leave the band to undergo a liver transplant (he's doing well now). Today they play two Vitus shows with local crossover legends Cro-Mags (a matinee and a night show). The night show has noisecore duo Uniform opening.

Valerie June, Aloysious 3, Jalen N’Gonda @ Central Park SummerStage
Valerie June blends country, soul, folk, and blues and ties it all together with her powerful pipes. Her great new album The Order of Time came out earlier this year, and she plays a free Central Park show tonight.

Mal Devisa, Drama Section, Crosslegged, Moonheart @ Sunnyvale
If you still haven't seen Mal Devisa, her talent is something that must be experienced live. She can do more with just a bass guitar and her soulful voice than some five-piece bands can do together.

Tyvek, Future Punx, Squad Car, Blush @ Silent Barn
Detroit's fiercely independent, art-minded Tyvek are one of the best punk bands of the last 10 years and continue to do it their way.

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