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Live music this week: A legendary show?

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The height of the summer has arrived for fans of pop music and whatever we call contemporary R&B. This Friday, Jay Z and Justin Timberlake will bring their Legends of the Summer tour to Sun Life Stadium, completing the trifecta of major pop stars to pass through South Florida this season that began in July with Beyonce. ($53.85-$314.80, Ticketmaster.com

But before they do, a much different crowd will swarm to Revolution Live, where the Cult on Tuesday will play a show honoring the British band's 1987 post-punk hit album, "Electric." ($40, Ticketmaster.com

Also on Tuesday, dance-friendly pop group OneRepublic will take the stage at Hard Rock Live. Mayer Hawthorne, the band's supporting act, could headline his own tour with his slightly seductive, radio-friendly brand of jazzy pop. ($42.85-$75.10, Ticketmaster.com

On Saturday, take your pick between hipster dance-pop duo Icona Pop at Grand Central, ($20 plus fees, GrandCentralMiami.com or the Killers' early-2000s scenester rock at the AmericanAirlines Arena. ($40-$80, Ticketmaster.com

Or go for rapper Action Bronson, whom you may have heard on commercial breaks between Adult Swim shows. He will perform Saturday at Revolution Live. ($76.20, Ticketmaster.com The New Yorker is one of rap's new talents. He recently married his love for spitting bars with his love for food at the Bushwick Block Party in Brooklyn, where he led fans to the Action Bronson Food Truck. No word on the truck's presence at Saturday's show.

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