Flight of the Conchords: They’re calling it “The Flight of the Conchords Sing the Flight of the Conchords Tour,” and if you don’t find that funny then stay home and watch “This Is Spinal Tap” for the 400th time. Seven years after their cultish HBO series wrapped, the New Zealand-bred musical comedy duo of Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie — think: the indie-folk Spinal Tap — are back on the road singing a new batch of songs from an upcoming album as well as their quirky oldies. “Bowie in Space,” in particular, should bring down the house. Their TV castmate and fellow Sub Pop Records act Eugene Mirman opens. (8 p.m. Fri., Orpheum Theatre, $39.50-$59.50.)


Justin Bieber: The Biebs is so proud of his current album “Purpose” that almost all the songs from this recording are part of the set list on his tour. Longtime Beliebers will also get to hear “Baby,” “Never Say Never” and other old favorites from the 22-year-old Canadian pop phenom. And he plans a few surprises like singing (OK, lip synching) while bouncing on a trampoline. Post Malone and Moxie Raia open. (7:30 p.m. Sun. Target Center, $50.50-$126, axs.com.)


Also recommended:

Angel Olson: An act that would have been a prime pick for the next day’s Rock the Garden, this St. Louis-bred rocker channeled PJ Harvey and worked with St. Vincent collaborator John Congleton on her last record and is previewing the follow-up album on tour (8 p.m. Fri., Cedar Cultural Center, all ages, $15-$18.)

Against Me! Already one of the mightiest punk groups around, the Florida band only got even stronger after becoming torchbearers for transgender equality (Fri., Fine Line, $25-$40).

Astronautalis: Minneapolis’ favorite adopted indie-rap transplant charted high on iTunes last week with his experimental new album, “Cut the Body Loose,” and is back home from widespread overseas touring for two release parties (9 p.m. Fri., Turf Club, $15; Sat. / 9 p.m. Sat., 7th Street Entry, sold out.)

Soul Asylum & the English Beat: With the new album “Change of Fortune,” Dave Pirner’s energizer bunny of a band now sees a change of guitarists, as the Melismatics’ Ryan Smith joins for this retro twofer with Dave Wakeling’s ska-rock unit of “Mirror in the Bathroom” fame. (7:30 p.m. Sat., Minnesota Zoo amphitheater, $47.)

Los Lobos: Until their long-overdue Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction comes in, the East Los Angeles rock vets can at least enjoy hall of fame status in our Music at the Zoo series, always some of the warmest nights of summer. (7:30 p.m. Sun., Minnesota Zoo amphitheater, $46.)

Built to Spill: One of the best jam bands in indie rock proved it’s still built to shred on last year’s beautifully cranked album “Untethered Moon,” among the best-reviewed efforts in the Idaho veterans’ 22-year career. Frontman Doug Martsch and his quintet are on tour with Sub Pop and K Records alumni Love as Laughter. (8 p.m. Tue., First Avenue, $22-$25.)

Jessica Lea Mayfield: The dour but compelling Ohio rocker is road-testing songs for the follow-up to her ATO Records debut, “Make My Head Sing,” which included the radio nugget “I Wanna Love You.” (8 p.m. Tue, Turf Club, $15.)

Phish: In pop music, 16 years is about four lifetimes. That’s how long it’s been since Phish showed the Twin Cities what jam-band music is all about. We’re the first date on the quartet’s 2016 summer tour, and word is they’re doing fewer covers, more originals and might preview their forthcoming album. (7:30 p.m. Wed., Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, $45-$65, ticketmaster.com)