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Linkin Park and Sublime with Rome are set to headline KFMA Day on May 24 at Kino Stadium.

Tickets go on sale Saturday for at Tucson-area Pizza Hut locations. After Saturday, the price goes up to .50 at Pizza Hut or online at kfma.com

Also on the lineup: Memphis May Fire, Kongos and Skaters. More acts are expected to be announced..

See a concert;save the world

Buy a ticket to see Broken Bells at the Rialto Theatre Sunday and you might just save the world.

The red-hot indie band announced in March that from every ticket on their current tour will benefit the B612 Foundation, whose main goal is to protect the planet from asteroids.

Money will be used on its Sentinel mission, a space telescope set to launch in 2018 to scan the skies for large-scale formations hurtling toward Earth.

Broken Bells goes on stage at 8 p.m. .50 -.50 in advance, more day of show; 740-1000.

Thomas strips down for Tucson show

Prepare to see a stripped-down Rob Thomas when he comes to the Desert Diamond Center in Sahuarita Saturday.

The Matchbox Twenty frontman’s monthlong tour is an all-acoustic affair.

Thomas will perform songs handpicked from his solo days, as well as from his Matchbox career.

Expect to hear popular tracks such as “Her Diamonds” and “She’s So Mean” to make the cut.

The show begins at 8 p.m. at the Diamond Center, 1100 W. Pima Mine Road. - through ddcaz.com online.

Case in Tucsonvia Coachella

If a Grammy category existed for longest album title, former Tucsonan and indie rocker Neko Case would win, hands down.

Her 2013 release is dubbed “The Worse Things Get, the Harder I Fight, the Harder I Fight, the More I Love You.” It was nominated for the alternative album Grammy in January, but lost to Vampire Weekend.

Case is on a long list of touring music acts stopping through town on their way to and from the Coachella music festival in Indio, Calif. She’ll play the Rialto Theatre, 318 E. Congress St., Saturday. Tickets are - through the Rialto box office, 740-1000.

Jazz mastershonor a pop legend

Two titans of modern jazz will pay tribute to Nat King Cole Friday at the Fox Theater.

Pianist Ramsey Lewis is joining forces with guitarist John Pizzarelli for an evening dedicated to the pop music icon.

The gig is part of the UApresents 2013-14 season. It starts at 8 p.m. at the venue, 17 W. Congress St.

Tickets are - through ticketmaster.com

Evening of bluegrass with country diva

The acoustic echo of a banjo, a fiddle that slices like a dull knife and mournful acoustic guitars set the tone for Kathy Mattea‘s latest recording.

It’s not the pop-country fare that made her a Grammy-winning, chart-topping artist in the late 1980s and 1990s (“18 Wheels and a Dozen Roses,” “Walk the Way the Wind Blows,” “Life as We Knew It,” “Goin’ Gone”). “Calling Me Home” echoes from the deep hollers of her native West Virginia — experiences that were not her own but that she is able to interpret as if they were. Judge for yourself when she plays the Fox Tucson Theatre. 17 W. Congress St., at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Tickets are to through foxtucsontheatre.ticketforce.com.

Also performing …

— Dick Dale delivering surf rock licks at Club Congress, 311 E. Congress St., Saturday.

— Foster the People rocking the pumped-up kicks at the Rialto, Wednesday.

— Longtime singer-songwriter Joe Ely playing some Texas-born twang at Club Congress, Wednesday.

Just announced

Bill Maher brings his politically-charged talk to Tucson Music Hall Oct. 5. Tickets go on sale Friday at ticketmaster.com

Gerald M. Gay and Cathalena E. Burch


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