Dua Lipa

Another hot newcomer buoyed by Spotify and YouTube streams over radio play, this soulfully voiced British electro-pop singer is making her Twin Cities debut amid a summer of festival appearances. Many Americans were introduced to her via a "Saturday Night Live" appearance in February, but she has yet to rack up the kind of U.S. success she has enjoyed with the U.K. megahits "One Kiss" and "New Rules." Maybe she'll click more on tour. (7:30 p.m. Sun., the Armory, 500 S. 6th St., Mpls., $33-$65, Ticketmaster.com.)

Pride in Concert

Once again, Twin Cities Pride organizers have picked out a beloved R&B singer from old MTV playlists to top off their big outdoor bash. Brandy (aka Brandy Norwood, pictured) makes her first Twin Cities appearance in at least a decade, two decades after she became one of the top-selling singers of her era with such singles as "The Boy Is Mine," "Baby" and "Have You Ever?" The lineup also features Sounds of Blackness vet Jamecia Bennett, "RuPaul's Drag Race" alum Jujubee and burlesque troupe the Vigilantease Collective. (6-10 p.m. Sat., Loring Park, downtown Mpls., $25-$99, TCpride.org.)

Chris Riemenschneider