Tonight’s Concert Picks: Ani DiFranco at World Cafe Live at the Queen, Creepoid at The Fillmore, Dave Matthews Band at BB&T Pavilion and more…

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Ani DeFranco | photo by Charles Waldorf
Ani DeFranco | photo by Charles Waldorf

She’s done it all over the course of here career, and now Ani DiFranco brings her massive catalog (over 20 albums) to World Cafe Live in Wilmington. Rooted in folk, DiFranco has gone from jazz to funk to spoken word to even some electronic stuff over the decades. Her most recent release is 2014’s Allergic to Water. The XPN Concert Calendar has you covered with tickets and more info on the show, at which Chasity Brown will play in support. We have you covered with a little Ani DiFranco sampling — listen to “Woe Be Gone” below.

Just the other day we premiered the new video for Creepoid‘s “Shaking.” Tonight, the psych rock outfit is stopping by the Fillmore’s Foundry for a night on their tour with Superheaven. Expect to hear plenty from Creepoid’s 2015 LP Cemetery Highrise Slum, which you can hear below. For more info on the all ages show, head here.

What would summer be without the Dave Matthews Band playing a show in Camden. Tonight, DMB makes its seemingly annual stop at the fairly recently renamed BB&T Pavilion as XPN welcomes Dave and the band for a two-show weekend in the shadow of the Ben Franklin Bridge. No new material from the guys this year, but as always the setlist for any DMB show is a mystery. Take a listen to the classic “Crash Into Me” below and grab your tix here.

Also Playing:

Boy & Bear at Underground Arts: (8 p.m., $20, 21+)



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