Shawn Mendes

Justin Bieber’s canceled U.S. Bank Stadium concert may have not been the hottest teeny-bopper pop show of summer anyway. His fellow Canadian heartthrob Mendes has been a viral sensation since he was 15, and three years later he has crossed over into a radio and TV star with such hits as “Mercy” and “Treat You Better,” from last year’s sophomore album, “Illuminate.” Adding extra scream value to his first arena headlining tour is the addition of “One Call Away” singer Charlie Puth as the opener, who’s dropping his second album in the fall and could very well be headlining arenas next summer. (7:30 p.m. Sun., Xcel Energy Center, 175 W. Kellogg Blvd., St. Paul, $47.50-$67.50.)

Bryan Ferry

In the 16 years since his last Twin Cities appearance, Ferry’s influence as the singer of British art-pop band Roxy Music has continued to grow, evident in current bands ranging from Arcade Fire to Ladytron. At 71, he has kept up a relatively steady tour schedule in recent years covering the wide range of his discography, from his moving 2014 solo LP “Avonmore” on back to many of the classics by his old band, including “Love Is the Drug,” “More Than This,” “Avalon” and “Virginia Plain.” Welsh singer/pianist Judith Owen opens. (8 p.m. Sat., Palace Theatre, 17 W. 7th Place, St. Paul, $57, eTix.com.)

Chris Riemenschneider