6:30 p.m. • Myth • all ages • $35

If there are no second acts in America, then it’s a good thing Bush is led by a Brit. Gavin Rossdale and his high-velocity vehicle behind the high-polish ’90s rock radio hits “Glycerine,” “Everything Zen,” “Comedown,” etc., came back strong with their 2011 album, “The Sea of Memories,” which followed a 10-year gap. They cranked out another one last year, “Man on the Run,” and have returned to headlining sizable venues. Canada’s “Lowlife” rockers Theory of a Deadman opens with Stars in Stereo. Chris Riemenschneider