Dave Matthews Band, Ariana Grande, Blink-182, more coming to Indy this week

You know Lavell Crawford as Huell Babineaux from Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, but we were first introduced to the actor/comedian as the 2007 runner up for NBC’s Last Comic Standing. The St. Louis funny man is holding down the entire weekend at Helium Comedy Club with six sets running Thursday through Sunday.

Dave Matthews Band (Photo by: Andrew Lipovsky/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

Dave Matthews Band returns to Indiana to dominate the weekend once again. DMB will play two shows – Friday and Saturday – at Ruoff Music Center. The Noblesville venue is one of the few stops where the band will play for two nights in a row and, as always, will delight his hardcore fanbase.

Son Volt arose from the ashes of the alt-country legend Uncle Tupelo in the mid-’90s and continue to kick out quality rock and blues. The group led by Jay Farrar released their ninth studio album, Union, this year and you can catch them at HI-FI Indy on Friday.

Ariana Grande (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for iHeartMedia)

Bankers Life Fieldhouse has two gigantic pop shows this weekend: Twenty One Pilots on Friday and Ariana Grande on Saturday. These two acts have been everywhere over the past few years, from the top of the charts to award show red carpets. If you’re not going to one of these shows this weekend, you probably know someone who is.

Blink-182 (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Sometimes the kids need to rock too. Pack up the van and head to the Farm Bureau Lawn at White River State Park for Kidz Bop on Saturday. 2019 marks another nationwide tour for the multi-million selling, kid-friendly compilation albums. Sunday at the Lawn is post-grunge favorites Third Eye Blind and Jimmy Eat World on their Summer Gods Tour.

Blink-182 and Lil Wayne is one of the strangest (or maybe perfect?) pairings of the year. This pop-punk, hip-hop night comes to Ruoff Music Center on Wednesday of next week. It could be one of the funnest nights of the summer as Blink-182 has promised to play their 1999 hit album Enema of the State in its entirety on this tour.

Check out more upcoming shows in Weekend Rock, a new weekly column exclusively at CBS4Indy.com.

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