Trevor Noah, Lizzo, Jason Aldean, Norah Jones and more Denver shows on sale

“The Daily Show” sponsor Trevor Noah was known as an acclaimed stand-up until he stuffed the desk on that long-running Comedy Central series, so it is logical that he’d utilize a few of his precious spare time between tapings to remain limber onto stage. The 34-year-old South Africa native will make his debut as an Red Rocks Amphitheatre headliner on May 19 as a part of the Loud & Clear Tour, with tickets on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 1. ($45-$125,

Minnesota party-starter Lizzo is bringing her Cuz I Love You Tour into the Ogden Theatre on May 1 — not long after her April 14 and 21 Coachella dates. Tickets for the all-ages concert are on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 8. ($28-$35,

Country’s Jason Aldean along with his 30-city Ride All Night Tour will play with Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre on July 26, using wholesalers Kane Brown, Carly Pearce along with Dee Jay Silver. Tickets are on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 1. ($35-$110,

Chameleon Norah Jones will bring music legend Mavis Staples along with her when she sees Red Rocks on July 16. Tickets are on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 1. ($49.50-$99.50,

Indie-pop collective Superorganism, that has a way of polarizing listeners rather than taking itself too seriously or over-explaining itself, may headline the Gothic Theatre on April 26 in exactly what ’s sure to be among the most colorfully (and agreeably) crazy shows of this year. Tickets to the 16-and-up concert are on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 1. ($20-$25,

Even the Westword Music Showcase, that fills the Golden Triangle every summer with music lovers, returns June 29 for its installment. This year’s headliners include Jauz, Bishop Briggs, Crooked Colors, Lovelytheband and Shaed — along with also 100-plus local bands to be announced at a later date. Tickets for the multi-stage, multi-venue event are on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 2. ($25 early-bird GA tickets, $35 regular price and $65 VIP;

Vampire Weekend has a new record, “Father of the Bride,” along with an Oct. 8 date at Red Rocks, which goes on sale at noon Feb. 8. ($49.50-$99.50,

While Levitt Pavilion presents most of its shows at no cost, among its paid summertime concerts is turning the heads of ’90s pop- out and alt-rock fans: Third Eye Blind along with Jimmy Eat World will play with the outside place on June 22 as a part of the Summer Gods Tour, using an opening set from one-time Cartoon darlings Ra Ra Riot. Tickets for the all-ages series are on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 1. (Prices TBA; Ticketmaster)

When there was a more stylistically harmonious lineup of ornery, thoughtful folk-pop and indie-roots music than Shakey Graves, Dr. Dog and Caroline Rose — playing as a bill at Red Rocks on Aug. 15 — we harbor ’t seen it this season. Tickets for the all-ages series are on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 1. ($40-$65,

The Pardon My French display at Red Rocks on April 26 will feature a trio of all EDM names combining forces for the interest of all dance-happy lovers everywhere.  DJ Snake, Tchami x Malaa and Mercer will assume the place for its all-ages series, which goes on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 1. ($40-$75,

John Butler Trio, the Australian roots-rock band, and Colorado’s Yonder Mountain String Band are co-headlining a night at Red Rocks. Tickets for its all-ages, Aug. 16 series are on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 1. ($45-$79.50,

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