Maroon 5

7:30 p.m. • Xcel Energy Center • $29-$125

Nowadays it might as well be billed as the Adam Levine Band. But the marquee and tickets still say Maroon 5 even though the frontman’s stardom, thanks to NBC’s “The Voice,” has made him a household name. He’s more famous than Maroon 5’s hits; the latest are “Animals” and “Maps,” from the L.A. band’s fifth album, “V.” Songs from that 2014 disc will be the focus in concert but also expect such faves as “Moves Like Jagger” and “Harder to Breathe.” Opening are Magic!, the Canadians behind last year’s reggae-spiked hit “Rude,” and Rozzi Crane. Jon Bream


Coal Chamber

7 p.m. • First Avenue • 18-plus • $27-$30

A regular on the Ozzfest tours of the late-’90s — one perk to having Sharon Osbourne for a manager then — Coal Chamber came back from a decadelong hiatus in 2011 and just issued its first new album in 13 years, “Rivals.” The L.A. alt-metal vets have assembled an impressive roster for their tour, including “Hey Man, Nice Shot” hitmakers Filter and the Twin Cities’ own harrowing industrial-thrash American Head Charge, whose new album, “Tango Umbrella,” is coming soon via Napalm Records. Combichrist and Saint Ridley also perform. Chris Riemenschneider