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

Phoenix, Giorgio Poi @ Brooklyn Steel
Parisian indie pop greats are settling into Brooklyn Steel for a five-night "Ti'Amo NYC" residency where they're promising special guests, gelato (the Italian treat was a major inspiration for 2017’s Ti Amo), exclusive merch and more. In addition to the gelato, another Italian treat at these shows is Giorgio Poi, who opens.

Habibi @ MoMA
MoMA's "Summer Thursdays" series kicks off tonight with local garage-pop act Habibi. The show is free with museum admission.

The Nude Party, ZZZwalk @ Rough Trade
Party-friendly, twangy garage rockers The Nude Party will release their debut album on Friday, which was produced by Oakley Munson of Black Lips, and they'll celebrate a day early at this show.

Songhoy Blues @ Battery Park
Malian band Songhoy Blues are a total joy to watch and shouldn't be missed, especially when it's a free show like this. 7 PM.

Brigid Mae Power, Ed Askew Band @ Wonders of Nature
Irish folk singer Brigid Mae Power is playing shows behind this year's gorgeous The Two Worlds (out now on Tompkins Square Label), and tonight she hits NYC with local legend Ed Askew, who helped pave the path for music like Brigid's half a century ago.

Flosstradamus, HDY @ Output
Chicago trap/EDM producer (and formerly duo) Flosstradamus always brings a massive party, and he'll surely do that at this all-night-long set for INPUT at Output.

KRS-One @ SOB's
Thanks to his time as a member of Boogie Down Productions and a long-running solo artist, KRS-One helped define New York rap as we know it, and he’s still in fine form today -- last year’s The World Is Mind was very solid. This show was rescheduled from last Thursday.

For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.

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