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Eric Prydz, Linkin Park, and Dispatch: Get Your Tickets

Keeping track of when tickets go on sale, so you don’t have to.

Catch Linkin Park at Jiffy Lube Life on August 11. Photograph by Flickr user NRK P3.

Get your electro-house fix with Eric Prydz, who comes to Jiffy Lube Live for the Identity Festival on Friday, July 27. Other notable acts of electronic wizardry appearing include Paul Van Dyk, Nero, Madeon, Wolfgang Gartner, Excision, Noisia, Showtek, and Porter Robinson. Tickets ($25 to $60) go on sale Friday, April 27, at 10 AM through Live Nation.

Linkin Park perform at Jiffy Lube Live as part of the Honda Civic Tour on Saturday, August 11. Their new album, Living Things, will be released on April 26. They will be joined by New Orleans-based alt-rockers MuteMath. Tickets ($31 to $78.50) go on sale Saturday, April 28, at 10 AM through Live Nation.

Indie-folk favorites Dispatch and Good Old War take the stage at DAR Constitution Hall on Thursday, October 11. Started in 1996, Dispatch have been on and off through the aughts, but reunited last year and have a new album, Circles Around the Sun, which will be released on August 21. Tickets ($44) go on sale Friday, May 4, at 10 AM through Ticketmaster.

DC native Eric Hutchinson plays at Rams Head Live on Wednesday, June 27. The Washington Post describes him as having “an acrobatic falsetto and a knack for grabby hooks.” Tickets ($22) go on sale Friday, April 27, at 10 AM through Ticketmaster.

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