Top Five Concerts to Catch This Weekend: St. Madness, One Be Lo, Dave Alvin, The Script, and Agnostic Front

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Making your weekend plans? We've already highlighted some of the best music going down this weekend, from the rock 'n' rolling Quarter Inch Crown, hardcore stalwarts H20, and the Music of the Old West performances at the MIM.

But there's plenty more music going on this weekend. Here are our five picks for concerts to catch this weekend.

Friday, September 23:

AZ hard rockers Sargon will be joined by St. Madness to perform charming ditties like this one at Goat Head Saloon.

Michigan rapper One Be Lo (of Binary Star) will bring funky hip-hop to Club Red.

Saturday, September 24:

Americana maverick Dave Alvin plays the Compound Grill (you might have caught him on FX's Justified).

Sunday, September 25:

Irish rockers The Script perform at the Marquee Theatre.

Agnostic Front gets heavy at Chasers Bar & Night Club.

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