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GIRL BAND

8 p.m.

The Go-Go’s, the all-female rock band, performs timeless hits including “Our Lips Are Sealed,” “Vacation,” “Head Over Heels” and, of course, “We Got the Beat.” Seminole Coconut Creek Casino, 5555 NW 40th St.; Ticketmaster; $35-$55.

ROCK

8 p.m.

Give your slots-cranking arm a rest and check out Blues Traveler, a folk, soul, blues and rock band led by singer/harmonica player John Popper, which has become a fave on the jam-band circuit for its extended improvisation. Magic City Casino, Stage 305, 450 NW 37th Ave., Miami; 305-460-6579 or www.magiccitycasino.com; $25-$125.

CONCERT

8:30 p.m.

Canadian R&B artist The Weeknd aka Abel Tesfaye who creates surreal, unsettling soundscapes sung in falsetto, takes the stage in support of his debut album, “Kiss Land,” with up-and-coming L.A. songstress Banks opening. James L. Knight Center, 400 SE Second Ave., Miami; Ticketmaster; $35-$45.

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