From big name headliners to local festivals, here are the shows coming to Milwaukee this week.

Monday, June 8: George Thorogood and the Destroyers Brian Setzer’s Rockabilly Riot with Davy Knowles at The Riverside Theater, 8 p.m. ($49.50-$65)

Blues rock guitarist George Thorogood’s ubiquitous “Bad to the Bone” has scored countless television shows, movies and Wrangler Jean commercials (remember the one below?) since its 1982 release, but while the 65-year-old axeman never reached the same financial success as that infectious single, he and his band The Delaware Destroyers haven’t stopped touring and recording albums since 1977’s debut. (116 W. Wisconsin Ave.,

Tuesday, June 9: CJ Ramone with Shonen Knife and Beach Patrol at Cactus Club, 9 p.m. ($15)

CJ Ramone manned the bass for The Ramones during the seminal punk rock band’s waning years, 1989-1996—the then-20-something was brought in to provide a youthful spark to the graying dynamic. He embarked on a solo career in 2012 with a crowd-funded album, Reconquista. Bay Area label Fat Wreck Chords signed Ramone for a follow-up, 2014’s Last Chance to Dance. Also on the bill is all-female Japanese pop punk band Shonen Knife, who formed in the ‘80s and were heavily influenced by The Buzzcocks and The Ramones. (2496 S. Wentworth Ave.,

Also: WMSE Local/Live featuring Jaill at Club Garibaldi, 6 p.m. (FREE) – (2501 S. Superior St.,

And: Chill on the Hill featuring The Delta Routine and Bay View Middle & High School Drum Line At Humboldt Park, 6 p.m. (FREE) – (3000 S. Howell Ave.,

Wednesday, June 10: Maritime (acoustic set) with Michael Feuerstack and Mark Waldoch at Cactus Club 9 p.m.

“Milwaukee, you’re my one horse town,” Maritime’s Davey Von Bohlen sings on “Milwaukee,” a song released on April 14 this year (a date now colloquially known as Milwaukee Day because the city’s area code is 414). The song acts as an honest love-letter to a city that sometimes feels insignificant, but the corresponding music video paints a different portrait. It shows a vibrant metropolis with numerous landmarks that instantly connects with anyone that’s only just set foot in the city. (2496 S. Wentworth Ave.,

Also: Rob Zombie with Disco Death Rock at The Rave, 8 p.m. ($32-$42) – (2401 W. Wisconsin Ave.,

Thursday, June 11: Teen Mom with BRNDA, Blonder and Teenage Woman at Riverwest Public House, 9 p.m. ($5)

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Catch Washington, D.C.-area’s fuzzy-pop trio Teen Mom and jangly guitar rock band BRNDA during their stop through Milwaukee at Riverwest Public House. The show serves as the after party to the monthly Underwear Bike Ride, a group ride of semi-clothed cyclists throughout the city. (815 E. Locust St.,

Friday, June 12: Pixies with Madisen Ward & The Mama Bear at The Rave, 8 p.m. ($40-$144)

The influential indie-rock band Pixies has now been reunited for four years more than its original run. While that seven-year period yielded five essential albums–1987’s Come on Pilgrim, 1988’s Surfer Rosa, 1989’s Doolittle, 1990’s Bossanova and 1991’s Trompe le Monde—the return hasn’t been as well received. Ten years after reforming, Pixies put out its first full-length album since the break-up, 2014’s Indie City, which was the first release not to feature bass player Kim Deal who left the band just a year before. (2401 W. Wisconsin Ave.,

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Saturday, June 13: Violent Femmes with Barenaked Ladies and Colin Hay at BMO Harris Pavilion, 7:30 p.m. ($29.50-$75.50)

The Violent Femmes returned in April with a new four-song EP, Happy New Year, and the band’s first original release since 2000’s Freak Magnet is actually pretty good. So while the group’s 1983 self-titled debut blazed with teenage angst and energy, the Femmes proved that they aged well. Cheeky Canadians Barenaked Ladies and Men at Work’s Colin Hay will also help commence the first BMO Harris Pavilion show of the year. (200 N. Harbor Dr.,

Also: The Olives (farewell show) with Beat Drun Juel, Iron Pizza, Head on Electric and Brunch Palace at Bremen Cafe, 9 p.m. (FREE) – (901 E. Clarke St.,

And: Imagine Dragons with Metric and Halsey at BMO Harris Bradley Center, 7:30 p.m. ($26.50-$56.50) – (1001 N. 4th St.,

And: The Hullmen (record release) with Midwives at Circle A Cafe, 8 p.m. – (932 E. Chambers St., Circle-A-Café.org)

Sunday, June 14: Locust Street Festival of Music and Art, 11 a.m. (FREE)

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The street festival season gets into full swing this Sunday in Riverwest with the 39th annual Locust Street Festival of Music and Art. The party kicks off with a 1.8-mile beer run that starts promptly at 11:30 a.m. The starting line is at the intersection of Booth and Locust streets. The festivities continue throughout the day on a range of indoor and outdoor stages lining Locust Street. This year’s line-up features Platinum Boys, The Fatty Acids, New Age Narcissism, NO/NO, Surgeons in Heat, Midnight Reruns, Airo Kwil, Soul Low, Rio Turbo and more. (East Locust Street,