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The Hot Ticket: Your Guide to Events on Sale

Here’s your Hot Ticket, our weekly guide to concerts and other events going on sale in the days ahead. Yup—we find out the hottest concerts and when they’re going on sale so you don’t have to do the work. Read on for this week’s heads-ups.

• It seems like an odd pairing of performer and venue, but Bryan Adams will play the intimate stage at the Sixth and I Historic Synagogue on Saturday, May 10. If you want to see the “Summer of ’69” crooner, buy your tickets when they go on sale this Friday at 10 AM here.

• Bluesy-pop guitarist and singer John Mayer hits the Merriweather Post Pavilion on July 13; tickets are available this Saturday at 10 AM here.

• Britsh songbird Natasha Bedingfield’s only area performance will be in Baltimore at the Ram’s Head on June 17; if you want to see her, tickets go on sale Friday at 10 AM here.

• I’m half surprised to find out they still exist, but Filter, a band that made it big in the ’90s, is still around and playing shows. Tickets for its 9:30 Club show on May 29 are on sale today at 10 AM here.

• Think you can air guitar with the best of them? Then you’ll want to check out the US Air Guitar Championships at the 9:30 Club on June 4. Tickets are on sale today here

Want even more? Try out our events calendar, or get more posts on nightlife here.

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