Lil Wayne: How lucky were Minnesota hip-hop fans when Weezy canceled on them yet again last month? For this make-up date, the New Orleans hip-hop mogul and grill pioneer added one of hip-hop’s heaviest hitters as an opening act, Rick Ross, along with “Soul Survivor” mid-’00s hitmaker Young Jeezy. That’s quite a step up from the postponed show’s Mike Stud and Mod Sun. Ross’ ninth album, “Rather You Than Me,” just dropped two weeks ago and earned favorable reviews but has yet to land a hit single. Lil Wayne landed a much-needed comeback hit last year with “Sucker for Pain” from the “Suicide Squad” soundtrack, but there’s still no daylight in sight for his long-delayed album, “Tha Carter V.” (7 p.m. Fri., Target Center, Mpls., $37-$102, AXS.com.)

Green Day: Even though they’re now members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, this Bay Area power-punk trio doesn’t have to rest on its laurels. Expect a healthy serving from last year’s top-notch “Revolution Radio” album as well as plenty of 2004’s “American Idiot,” which seems to be resonating anew. Of course, the classics “Longview” and “Basket Case” and some choice covers are in the mix for this 2½-hour performance. Don’t be surprised if Billie Joe Armstrong pulls some hometown hijinks because his wife is from here and he’s spent considerable time in the Twin Cities. Veteran punks Against Me open. Green Day may have the least expensive tickets for a Rock Hall of Fame act that’s still touring. (7:30 p.m. Sat. Xcel Energy Center, $29.50-$69.50, ticketmaster.com.)

Lizzo: Having the hometown hip-hop/R&B queen play St. Kate’s Women of Substance series is like inviting Bob Dylan to a Lyrical Songwriters conference. It’s especially good timing, too, as she’s coming off a 10-gig run that made her one of the hottest acts at Austin’s SXSW fest, and her live show has evolved since we last saw her into a full-scale assault on women’s body issues. (7:30 p.m. Fri., the O’Shaughnessy, St. Catherine University, $20-$35.)

Jain: The hottest musicmaker out of France since maybe the band Phoenix, this waif-y electro-pop singer offered an impressive display of Mediterranean-breezy grooves and playful showmanship at Texas’ South by Southwest festival last week. She quickly sold out her Minnesota debut thanks to heavy Current airplay. (9 p.m. Fri., 7th Street Entry, sold out.)

Sharon Isbin: The Grammy-winning guitarist who grew up in St. Louis Park is teaming up with Metropolitan Opera soprano Isabel Leonard for a program of Spanish music that includes works by Lorca, Granados, Albéniz, Rodrigo, Montsalvatge, Tárrega and de Falla. (2 p.m. Sun. the O’Shaughnessy, $25-$45.)

Kate Tempest: Like the hip-hop version of Billy Bragg, this British poet-turned-rapper incorporates world politics and socialistic messages into her songs with red-faced intensity and a wee bit of humor on her new album “Let Them Eat Chaos,” all of which she showed off masterfully in Jimmy Fallon TV performance that went viral last week. (8 p.m. Sun., 7th Street Entry, $15.)

Lissie: The folksy “When I’m Alone” rocker is trekking up from her farm in northeastern Iowa for the second of four installments in her intimate, experimental Spring Fling monthly residency at one of Minneapolis’ best listening rooms. (7 p.m. Tue., Icehouse, Mpls., $35.)

String Cheese Incident: Mainstays on the festival and jam-band circuit, the veteran Colorado progressive bluegrassers settle into the newly reopened 101-year-old theater in downtown St. Paul for two nights. (7:30 p.m. Wed.-Thu. Palace, St. Paul, $49.95.)

Stacey Kent: “Tenderly” is an apt title for East Coast jazz vocalist’s latest album because that’s her style on this collection of standards with intimate guitarist Roberto Menescal. In concert, Kent will be joined by her saxophone-playing husband Jim Tomlinson. (7 & 9 p.m. Wed.-Thu. Dakota, Mpls., $30-$45)

Psychedelic Furs & Robyn Hitchcock: After being displaced by ceiling troubles their last time in town, England’s stylish post-punk/synth-rock darlings return to the club they’ve been frequenting since the place was still called Sam’s (circa 1981). Led as always by Bowie-esque singer Richard Butler and his brother/bassist Tim, the “Pretty in Pink” hitmakers have been surprisingly consistent and really quite moving on recent tours. This time out, they’re bringing along fellow ’80s British alterna-hero Robyn Hitchcock as an opener. The Soft Boys leader and “Balloon Man” singer made a comeback of sorts and even won the Grulke Prize for best veteran act at the SXSW music fest two weeks, a nice set-up for a new self-titled album. (8 p.m. Thu., First Avenue, Mpls., $25, eTix.com.)