Ghost Note perform alternative rock at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Ali Cultural, 353 Hammondville Rd., Pompano Beach. Tickets: $10-$40. 954-786-7876.
Garth Brooks begins his three night gig with wife Trisha Yearwood at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, 7 p.m. Friday-Saturday at BB&T Center, 1 Panther Pkwy., Sunrise. Tickets: $64.48. 954-835-7825.
Ani DiFranco performs at 8 p.m. Saturday at Culture Room, 3045 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale. Tickets: $25. 954-564-1074.
In stores Tuesday:
The Martian (DVD/Blu-ray): Ridley Scott’s box office smash stars Matt Damon as an astronaut stranded on Mars.
Irrational Man (DVD/Blu-ray): Joaquin Phoenix is a college professor juggling affairs with two women (Emma Stone and Parker Posey) in Woody Allen’s latest exploration of morality.
The Look of Silence (DVD/Blu-ray): Director Joshua Oppenheimer’s follow-up to The Act of Killing focuses on the survivors of the Indonesian genocide.
The American Friend (DVD/Blu-ray): Wim Wenders’ 1977 adaptation of the Patricia Highsmith novel, about the con artist Tom Ripley’s foray into the art world, gets the Criterion Collection treatment.
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi (R): Michael Bay (Transformers) directs this adaptation of Mitchell Zuckoff’s nonfiction book about the 2012 terrorist attack on the U.S. State Department office in Libya.
Anomalisa (R): Charlie Kaufman (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) and Duke Johnson co-direct this tale, shot in stop-motion animation, about an isolated man who is forced out of his emotional shell.
Norm of the North (PG): Rob Schneider and Heather Graham provide the voices for this animated tale of a polar bear that travels to New York City.
Ride Along 2 (PG-13): Ice Cube and Kevin Hart reunite for the further misadventures of two bickering brothers-in-law.
Mustang (PG-13): This French drama about five sisters who are imprisoned in their home by their grandmother is expected to land an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Language Film on Jan. 14.
Kidz Bop Kids, Kidz Bop 31. Knew it wouldn’t be long before Adele’s huge Hello got a children-friendly version.
Panic! At the Disco, Death of a Bachelor.
Hank Williams Jr., It’s About Time.
Brothers Osborne, Pawn Shop.
Randy Rogers Band, Nothing Shines Like Neon.
Daughter, Not to Disappear.
Stacey Kent, Tenderly.
TV THIS WEEK
Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life (8:30 p.m. Sunday, Fox). Paula Abdul guests on second episode.
Bordertown (9:30 p.m. Sunday, Fox). Satirical animated series from Family Guy writer Mark Hentemann is set on the U.S.-Mexico border and follows two families, the Buckwalds and the Gonzalezes. In second episode, residents vote to build a border wall. Sounds like a rerun of the first GOP debate.
Shadowhunters (9 p.m. Tuesday, Freeform). Based on Cassandra Clare’s book series, The Mortal Instruments.
Second Chance (9 p.m. Wednesday, Fox). Series premiere stars Rob Kazinsky as younger hunk reincarnation of a deceased 75-year-old sheriff.
Teachers (11 p.m. Wednesday, TVLand). Premiere of new comedy about elementary school teachers.
Colony (10 p.m. Thursday, USA) Lost’s Josh Holloway returns to series television in new drama about the human race surviving an invasion by outside intruders. Sounds almost like the late-’60s Quinn-Martin production, The Invaders. We can hope.
Shades of Blue (10 p.m. Thursday, NBC). Jennifer Lopez stars as a crooked New York detective tapped by the FBI to rat on her colleagues.
Idiotsitter (10:30 p.m. Thursday, Comedy Central). Charlotte Newhouse stars as a straight-laced woman who has to watch over a spoiled rich woman under house arrest (Jillian Bell) in series premiere.
Degrassi: Next Class (Friday, Netflix). Netflix’s 20-episode order begins.