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Top Five Concerts to Catch This Wekend: Santana, Source Victoria, Blu Sensations, Greeley Estates, Psychedelic Furs, and More

It's Friday, and you know what that means: Food Truck Day at Phoenix Public Market. Wait, it means something else, too...what was it?

Oh, yeah. Shows -- a whole bunch of them. We've written up BroLoaf, Slightly Stoopid, Return to Forever, and The Rhythm Room 20th Anniversary gigs, but here are five MORE pics, because we'd hate for you to sit at home and watch loops of Kolchak, the Night Stalker on Netflix. (Which totally isn't my plan. Totally not my plan.)

Friday, September 16:

The new wave won't stop with The Psychedelic Furs and Tom Tom Club at Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale.

Blu Sensations will feature soulful sounds at the Hidden House.

Saturday, September 17:

Screamo-outfit Greeley Estates release new music at The Venue Scottsdale.

Source Victoria and Sunset Electrics bring some indie sounds to Teakwoods Tavern.

Sunday, September 18:

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