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Big shows in the Charlotte area

Maze featuring Frankie Beverly and Patti LaBelle: Sept. 13. PNC Music Pavilion. $56.23-$155.35.

Kings of Leon: Sept. 16. PNC. $38.50-$80.90.

Brad Paisley: Sept. 19. PNC. $38.91-$81.13.

Christian Music Day: Sept. 20. Carowinds Paladium. $54.86-$70.83.

Mike Epps: Sept. 20. Bojangles’ Coliseum. $52.75-$63.

Jason Alexander: Sept. 21. Belk Theater. $50-$180.

Keb’ Mo’: Sept. 22. Knight Theater. $35.50-$42.50.

Ben Folds with the Charlotte Symphony: Sept. 27. Belk. $55-$89.

One Direction: Sept. 27-28. PNC. $46-$122.65.

Disney on Ice: Princesses & Heroes: Oct. 1-5. Time Warner Cable Arena. $15.90-$83.89.

Theresa Caputo: Oct. 12. Ovens Auditorium. $59.68-$113.86.

Paul McCartney: Oct. 30. Greensboro Coliseum. $74.98-$272.85.

Ray LaMontagne: Nov. 1. Ovens. $59.48-$85.81.

Chrissie Hynde: Nov. 8. Ovens. On sale Sept. 12.

Marvel Universe Live! Nov. 14-16. TWC. $47.19-$137.

Straight No Chaser: Nov. 16. Ovens. $53.45-$63.72.

Trans-Siberian Orchestra: Nov. 20. TWC. On sale soon.

Brantley Gilbert: Dec. 4. TWC. $34.78-$47.89.

Brian Setzer Orchestra: Dec. 6. Ovens. $62.48-$73.88.

The Black Keys: Dec. 12. TWC. $70.34-$91.95.

The Singing Christmas Tree: Dec. 13. Ovens. $34.07-$50.65.

Monster Jam: Jan. 9-10. TWC. $11.35-$63.09.

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