Las Vegas concerts on sale this week

Before we get to the Las Vegas concerts going on sale Friday, there a few new shows to alert you to that are either already available or about to go on sale:

First, the Throwback Sizzling Jam, which should more than live up to its name with an absolutely stacked old-school R&B bill that includes Keith Sweat, 112, Dru Hill, Silk, Frankie J, Next and H-Town. Tickets for the July 17 date at Orleans Arena are $42 and on sale now. (702-284-7777)

Next up, a few tribute shows, two on sale now (Bonfire — Tribute to AC/DC, on July 15, and Led ZepAgain — Tribute to Led Zeppelin on July 30) and another available tomorrow: Tickets for that show, featuring Strange Days — Tribute to the Doors on July 3, at House of Blues, are $12 and go on sale Wednesday at 10 a.m. (702-632-7600)

Now for this gigs on sale this Friday:

Fresh on the heels of dropping its latest effort, the four-song EP “Trust Fall (Side A),” its Island Records debut, Incubus has been booked for a pair of dates at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel over Labor Day weekend. Tickets for both shows — Sept. 5 and 6 — range from $69.50 to $195 and go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. (702-693-5220)

Elsewhere, a triple bill was just announced that will invariably set the hearts of modern rock fans racing. Charlie XCX, Bleachers and Robert DeLong are due to appear together at the Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Oct. 9. Tickets are $25 (with a buck from each entry being donated to the Ally Coalition) and go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. (800-745-3000)

Garbage is also slated for a date at the Boulevard Pool on Oct. 10. Tickets for that show, which includes support from Torres, are $40 and go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. (800-745-3000)

Lettuce, the Boston-based band, obviously, not the foliage, has announced plans to come to Las Vegas for a show at Brooklyn Bowl on Sept. 23. Tickets for the gig are $20, and go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. (702-862-2695)

Common Kings, meanwhile, brings their distinctive OC-bred island groove to Vegas for a show at Brooklyn Bowl on Aug. 15. Tickets for the date are $20-$22 and also go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. (702-862-2695)

Read more from Dave Herrera at bestoflasvegas.com. Contact him at dherrera@reviewjournal.com.

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