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Live Music This Week: August 11 - August 18

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Fri., August 16 – Justin Timberlake and Jay Z at Sun Life Stadium, 8 pm, $43.50 - $314.80

    It goes without saying that the Legends of the Summer tour is the biggest one of the year. Two titans of their respective genres come together for the tour, performing songs off their respective recently released albums. Between "Magna Carta Holy Grail" and the "20/20 Experience," the show promises a slew of hits and what's sure to be an amazing performance – although that's already expected from the duo. Their show begins at 8 pm this Friday night at Sun Life Stadium.

    Sat., August 17 – The Killers at AmericanAirlines Arena, 8 pm, $32.50 - $65

    Ever since the release of "Hot Fuss," The Killers have been a force in the music scene. After a four-year tour hiatus, the Las Vegas-based band kicks off their "Battle Born Tour." The quartet will be bringing their hits to AmericanAirlines Arena this Saturday. The band, known for the synth rock sound, will be performing early hits such as "Somebody Told Me" and "Mr. Brightside" and songs off their latest album "Battle Born." The show begins at 8 pm. 

    Sat., August 17 – Icona Pop at Grand Central, 9 pm, $20

    It's been impossible to ignore Icona Pop since the release of “I love it,” easily one of the biggest hits of the year. This Saturday night, the Swedish duo are performing live in downtown Miami. The ladies are a bundle of electric, catchy indie electro pop goodness, with awesome style to boot. Grand Central hosts the Iconic Tour, which also features special guests k.flay and Sirah.

    Sat. August 17 – Xperimento at PAX, 10 pm, $10

    Local group Xperimento will be headlining the anniversary concert at PAX. The Brickell spot has been a mainstay for local groups, and celebrates its four-year anniversary. The fusion band, which has classified itself as Latin Reggae Urban Soul, will be joined by DJ Methods and Los Herederos. Not only will the night be a concert, but will also be a night of advocacy, as the ONE campaign will be providing information on their current campaign against extreme poverty.