Wilco, Slayer's farewell tour and much more


1. Wilco

Wilco (pictured) will play Omaha for the first time in more than a decade when the Grammy winning rock band comes to the orpheum Theater on Wednesday. Wilco has been in the studio working on new music, which front man Jeff Tweedy told rolling stone might be released soon. Tickets via Ticket omaha.

2. Slayer

Slayer will make a stop in Omaha on the final leg of its farewell tour. The "Raining Blood" thrash metal legends are in the midst of a twoyear farewell tour that will stop at CHI health Center on monday. Primus, Ministry and Philip h. anselmo & The Illegals will open. Tickets via Ticketmaster.

3. Drake White

Passionate singer-songwriter Drake White is breaking out, and you can see him at Slowdown on Saturday. Tickets, $20, at ticketfly.com.

4. Casey Donahew

"Country song" and "Kiss Me" country singer Casey donahew is headed back to Slowdown, where he's performed before. head to north downtown to hear the Texas performer on Friday. Tickets, $22, at ticketfly.com.


On the slate for next week: Alt-metal stalwarts Helmet will return to omaha to play Slowdown on Nov. 22. Tickets at theslowdown.com. Can't you see? Bluesy, country-tinged rockers

Marshall Tucker Band are headed to Lincoln to play The royal Grove on Nov. 23. Tickets at etix.com. "semi-Charmed Life" rock band Third Eye

Blind released a new album, "Screamer," last month, and now their tour will bring them to the Orpheum Theater on Nov. 26. Tickets via Ticket omaha. electronic quintet Neon Indian will play slowdown on Nov. 26. Tickets at theslowdown.com. Canadian psych rock outfit Black Mountain is coming to slowdown on Nov. 27. Tickets at theslowdown.com.


On sale or going on sale soon:

Elton John's lengthy farewell tour is coming back to Nebraska. more than a year after his "Farewell yellow brick road" tour came to omaha, the iconic pop singer will perform at Pinnacle bank arena in Lincoln on June 9. Tickets go on sale Nov. 22 at 10 a.m. via Ticketmaster. after several years broken up,The Black

Crowes are back together and headed on the road to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their hit 1990 album, "shake your money maker." The tour includes a concert at ChI health Center on aug. 28. Tickets are on sale now via Ticketmaster.

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