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

Thom Yorke (of Radiohead), Oliver Coates @ Kings Theatre
Thom Yorke recently released his score to the new Suspiria remake, which also includes a handful of songs that stand on their own as great Thom Yorke songs. He’ll presumably mix things up between those songs and plenty of classics tonight at Kings Theatre -- his second of two shows at this venue. The shows have support from Radiohead collaborator Oliver Coates, who’s also a great artist in his own right.

Bob Dylan and His Band @ Beacon Theatre
Bob Dylan needs no introduction, and it’s truly a treat that he still performs as frequently as he does over half a century into his career. He's in the midst of a seven-show Beacon Theatre run.

Iceage, A Place to Bury Strangers, DJ Ning Nong, Vanity @ Elsewhere Hall
Danish punks Iceage released their ambitious Beyondless earlier this year and have been touring relentlessly since. They wrap up their most recent North American tour tonight with Brooklyn's great A Place to Bury Strangers, and more.

Westerman, True Blue @ Elsewhere Zone One
With a spare, understated sound that is both poppy, soulful and modern, UK singer-songwriter Westerman has drawn comparisons to everyone from Nick Drake, Arthur Russell, and Talking Heads. (Comparisons to Jose Gonzalez and Hot Chip would not be off base either.) Following a few singles and EPs, this is Westerman's first NYC show.

Richard Reed Parry's Quiet River (of Arcade Fire), Rain Machine @ Murmrr Theatre
Arcade Fire member Richard Reed Parry released new album A Quiet River of Dust earlier this year, and will present that tonight. Expect enveloping, gorgeous projections to go along with the music.

H.E.R., Bri Steves, Tone Stith @ Brooklyn Steel
It’s been a busy year for fast-rising R&B singer H.E.R., who released the electronic/hip hop-leaning I Used To Love Her: THe Prelude EP in August and the more ballad-heavy, earthier I Used to Know Her: Part 2 EP this month.

Travis Scott, Trippie Redd, Gunna, Sheck Wes, Virgil Abloh @ Madison Square Garden
Travis Scott is bigger than ever thanks to this year’s world-conquering Astroworld, which he’s supporting on this spectacular, massive tour. This is his first of two MSG shows.

Pinegrove @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Pinegrove recently returned from a hiatus they went on after frontman Evan Stephens Hall issued a statement saying he had been accused of sexual coercion and apologizing for it. They released a new album Skylight and now they’re playing some shows. This is their second of two sold-out nights at MHOW.

Laura Gibson, Dan Mangan @ Rough Trade
Having recently released her new album Goners on Barsuk, Laura Gibson brings her tour with fellow indie vet Dan Mangan to Brooklyn tonight.

Andy Shauf @ National Sawdust
Canadian singer/songwriter Andy Shauf releases his debut album with his group Foxwarren soon but plays this solo show tonight.

Ilana Glazer @ Union Hall
While we wait for the final season of Broad City, co-creator Ilana Glazer is doing four nights of "Ilana Glazer & Friends" shows at Union Hall.

Springsteen on Broadway
The Boss continues his sold-out “Springsteen on Broadway” run at the Walter Kerr Theatre, which wraps up soon -- December 15. At these shows, Bruce is giving fans shows “that are as personal and as intimate as possible.”

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