Pittsburgh Shows of the Week: Sept. 26-Oct. 3

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Anti-flag

ANTIfest. Saturday, Oct. 1, 5 p.m. Roxian Theatre. 425 Chartiers Avenue, McKees Rocks. $18-75. anti-flag.com. Before the release of their latest LP, Lies they tell our childrenSet to be released on January 6 via Spinefarm Records, Anti-Flag, Pittsburgh’s most politically charged punk rock band, is embarking on a North American tour. Their hometown show will take place during the band’s annual ANTIFest and will include performances from Four Year Strong, Microwave, Save Face & Catbite.

Post Malone. Wednesday September 28. 8 p.m. PPG Paints Arena. 1001 Fifth Avenue, Uptown. $75 to $218. ppgpaintsarena.com. Fingers crossed Posty doesn’t fall like he did during his stop in St. Louis…

small feat. Wednesday September 28. 7 p.m. Carnegie Library Music Hall of Homestead. 510 E. 10th Avenue, Munhall. $64.75-89.75. librarymusichall.com. As their website puts it, Little Feat “took California rock, funk, folk, jazz, country, rockabilly and New Orleans swamp boogie and more, turned it into a rich okra and has led people in the joyful dance ever since.”

Beauty slaps. Fri. Sept. 30 9 p.m. brillobox. 4101 Penn Ave, Bloomfield. $20. brilloboxpgh.com. If you’ve never seen Beauty Slap, check out Beauty Slap!

Honky Tonk Jukebox. Friday, September 30. 7 p.m. Bloomfield Liedertafel Singing Society. 410 S. Mathilda Street, Bloomfield. $20. wyep.org. Put on your cowboy boots and get ready to party!

Goof Rawk Extravagance. Friday, September 30. 8 p.m. Bottlerocket Social Hall. 1226 Arlington Ave, Allentown. $8-10. Look for “Amoeba Knievel, Weird Paul Rock Band @Bottlerocket” on Facebook. It’s been almost 10 years since the last time Amoeba Knievel and the Weird Paul Rock Band performed on stage together. The show promises to be a “crazy night you’ll never forget” and “like you’ve never seen before”.

rock the river. Friday, September 30. 12 p.m. Allegheny River Trail Park. 285 River Ave, Aspinwall. Free. alleghenyrivertrailpark.org. The Rock the River Summer Concert Series concludes with an acoustic performance by Scott Rob and Greg of The Clarks.

Billy Price. Saturday 1 October. 8 p.m. Pittsburgh Shrine Center Pavilion. 1877 Shriners Road, Cheswick. $20-30. pghshrinecenter.com. Pittsburgh blues legend Billy Price celebrates the release of his new three-CD compilation, 50+ years of soul, released via local label Get Hip Records on September 9, featuring a concert at the Syria Shrine Center. Vizztone artists the Gabe Stillman Band will open the show with proceeds going to the Syria Shriners of Pittsburgh.

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