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Concert news: Enrique Iglesias, Blink-182, Arbouretum, Dolly Parton

Arbouretum have returned from an European tour, and will perform two local shows this summer.

The band will perform at Golden West June 19 with Moeaners and Headwounds. And, it will be at the Ottobar July 29 with Disappears and Psychic Paramount. Tickets for that show, at $10, are on sale already.

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Label Thrill Jockey says the band's new album, "The Gathering," sold out its initial LP run and is being repressed. The band last performed in the area at Scapescape.

It looks like My Chemical Romance is coming to the area after all. A couple of weeks ago I confused the band with My Morning Jacket, who's playing at Merriweather Post Pavilion in August.

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But today it was announced My Chemical Romance will in fact perform at Jiffy Lube Live August 12. The band will open for Blink-182, who are getting ready to release a new album this summer. Tickets, starting at $25 go on sale Friday.

Enrique Iglesias, who canceled as Britney Spear's touring partner a few months ago, has announced a local date for his own headlining tour. He will perform, with the ubiquitous Pitbull, at the Patriot Center September 27. Tickets, starting at $19.50, go on sale Friday.

Veteran singer-songwriter Jackson Browne will perform in Baltimore also. Now touring on a solo acoustic show, he will play the Lyric October 21 and the Warner Theater October 23. Tickets go on sale Friday. Price was unavailable.

The legendary Dolly Parton is going on tour again to promote new album, "Better Day." It was announced Monday she will perform at the Wolf Trap File Center in Vienna, Virginia July 31. Ticket information is not yet available.

Free concert: Ok Go and Pomplamoose are performing at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall June 23 for free. It's part of the the venue's celebration of their Millenium Stage. The venue is giving away the tickets on its website.

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