JT, James Blake, & More Rad Shows!

3showsembedjtPhoto: via Terminal 5, Justin Timberlake, and Jessie Ware.
Jessie Ware, Mikky Ekko: Irving Plaza, November 4, $29.40
U.K. pop sensation Jessie Ware's live show just keeps getting better and better. Her upcoming gig at Irving Plaza should be a great chance for new fans to see her in person. Supporting Ware is Mikky Ekko, who has become quite a big name in his own right. This is a double bill you shouldn't miss.
Monday, November 4, 7 p.m., Irving Plaza, 17 Irving Place (between 15th and 16th Streets); 212-777-6800.
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Justin Timberlake: Barclays Center, November 6, $54.50
JT returns to NYC still riding high on his massive 20/20 Experience successes. Timberlake's performance at the MTV VMAs was the best part of the night. Imagine what he can do when given two hours. We couldn't be more excited.
Wednesday, November 6, 8 p.m., Barclays Center, 620 Atlantic Avenue (at Flatbush Avenue); Brooklyn; 212-359-6387.
Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival: Various Venues, November 8, 9, and 10, $135
The Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival continues to get bigger and better — this year it spans three days and features a stellar lineup of musicians. The 2013 highlights include John Digweed, Todd Terje, Actress, Oneohtrix Point Never, Jerome LOL, Star Slinger, and many more. You can grab individual event tickets here, but a three-day pass for $135 is a great deal.
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, November 8, 9, and 10, Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival, Various venues in Brooklyn.
Up for more? Here are some bonus shows:
November 6 and 7: James Blake and Nosaj Thing play Terminal 5.
November 6: Midlake plays Mercury Lounge.
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November 7: B-52s play Brooklyn Bowl.
November 7: Built To Spill plays Irving Plaza.
November 8: Os Mutantes play (Le) Poisson Rouge.
November 8: Lucero and Titus Andronicus play Terminal 5.
November 10: Destroyer and Pink Mountaintops play Bowery Ballroom.
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November 10: CocoRosie plays a FREE show at Brooklyn Bowl. RSVP.
November 10: Sinead O'Connor plays City Winery.
November 10: The Blow plays Music Hall of Williamsburg.
November 10: Kavinsky plays Webster Hall.

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