CON­CERTS

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BRUNO MARS

This singer-song­writer, record pro­ducer, and chore­og­ra­pher brings the 24K Magic World Tour to DC for two mag­i­cal nights. Hits from his new al­bum in­clude “That’s What I Like” and “24K Magic.” Septem­ber 29–30, Ver­i­zon Cen­ter, 601 F St. NW, 202628-3200; ver­i­zon­cen­ter. mon­u­men­tal­net­work.com

CHER

DC is one of two stops for this mu­sic and fash­ion icon’s Clas­sic Cher tour. At the age of 71, the mu­sic in­dus­try mogul is still as suc­cess­ful as ever, with a per­for­mance full of clas­sic songs, new ma­te­rial, and—of course—spec­ta­cle. Au­gust 31 to Septem­ber 10, The The­ater at MGM Na­tional Har­bor, 7100 Oxon Hill Road, 800-745-3000, mgm­na­tion­al­har­bor.com

THE CRANBERRIES

The unique Ire­land-born rock quar­tet is pro­mot­ing its new al­bum, Some­thing Else, con­sist­ing of acous­tic takes on clas­sic hits. Septem­ber 18, 9:30 Club, 815 V St. NW, 202-265-0930; 9:30.com

ED SHEERAN

The global mu­sic sen­sa­tion is mak­ing a stop in DC dur­ing his North Amer­i­can arena tour. The tour is a cel­e­bra­tion of his lat­est al­bum, which in­cludes his hit sin­gle “Shape of You.” Septem­ber 19, Ver­i­zon Cen­ter, 601 F St. NW, 202-628-3200; ver­i­zon­cen­ter. mon­u­men­tal­net­work.com

LIZZ WRIGHT

The ac­claimed jazz singer and song­writer per­forms for one night in the mid­dle of pro­duc­tion of her highly an­tic­i­pated fifth al­bum. A full dinner menu is avail­able. Septem­ber 20, Howard Theatre, 620 T St. NW, 202803-2899; the­howardthe­atre.com

JAZZ IN THE GAR­DEN

Through­out the sum­mer on Fri­day evenings, at­tend free jazz con­certs on

the Na­tional Mall. En­joy the open-air set­ting, bring a blan­ket, and sit back with a san­gria in hand as you lis­ten to a va­ri­ety of DC-area-based jazz mu­si­cians. Through Au­gust 25, Na­tional Gallery of Art Sculp­ture Gar­den, 9th St. and Con­sti­tu­tion Ave NW; nga.gov

KATY PERRY

With a new sound and new hair­cut, the out­spo­ken singer-song­writer pro­motes Wit­ness, her new al­bum of “woke pop.” Septem­ber 25, Ver­i­zon Cen­ter, 601 F St. NW, 202-628-3200; ver­i­zon­cen­ter.mon­u­men­tal­net­work.com

SHINYRIBS

Led by Kevin Rus­sell, the coun­try-soul band will end its na­tion­wide tour in the eclec­tic neigh­bor­hood of Adams Morgan. Septem­ber 4, Song­byrd Mu­sic House and Record Café, 2475 18th St. NW, 202-450-2917; song­byrddc.com

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