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Get Your Tickets: Guns N’ Roses, Feist, Young Jeezy

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

Feist plays the Strathmore on Wednesday, May 9. Photograph courtesy of the artist’s website.

Guns N’ Roses play the Fillmore Silver Spring on Thursday, February 23. Tickets ($85) go on sale Friday, February 3, at 10 AM through Live Nation

Singer-songwriter Feist comes to Strathmore on Wednesday, May 9. Her 2007 album, Reminder, received four Grammy nominations and took home five Juno Awards in 2008. Get your tickets ($45) starting February 1 at 10 AM from Ticketmaster.

Young Jeezy’s national profile blew up when he released “My President” in 2008; the song criticized the George W. Bush administration and anticipated what then–Democratic nominee Obama might bring to the White House. Jeezy drops in for a visit on Saturday, March 3, playing the Fillmore as part of his Hustlerz Ambition Tour. Tickets ($30) go on sale Friday, February 3, at 10 AM through Live Nation.

Country guitarist Junior Brown comes to the Birchmere on Friday, April 6. Best known for his unusual instrumentation—he plays a double-neck guitar that’s a combo of electric and lap steel—and raucous picking style, Brown has played with Bob Dylan and Hank Williams III. Tickets ($25) are on sale now through Ticketmaster.

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