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3 (mostly) free concerts to see Labor Day weekend

Celebrate the unofficial end of summer by checking out Painted Palms, The Rusty Guns and Wolkoff.
Painted Palms

Painted Palms is celebrating their album release party tonight (Sep. 4) at Baby's Painted Palms/Facebook

There's no shortage of shows to check out this long, Labor Day weekend. Here, we round up the three we're most excited about. If you want even more things to do this weekend, click over to our roundup of the 13 best things to do. You have to live it up until summer is officially gone, right?

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Who: Painted Palms
What: Album release party
When: Tonight (Sep. 4) at 8 p.m.
Where: Baby's All Right (146 Broadway, Brooklyn)
Price: $12

Listening to Painted Palms is instant happiness and they're new album "Horizons" (out today) is a continuation of the good times their past three albums bring. Tonight, the band is celebrating the "Horizons" release with fans at Baby's All Right. Brooklyn-based group Salt Cathedral will also perform. Get more details here.

Who: The Rusty Guns
What:Free concert
When: Tomorrow, Sep. 5 at 10 p.m.
Where: Rockwood Music Hall (196 Allen St.)
Price: Free

As if a free concert wasn't reason enough to head to Rockwood Music Hall tomorrow night, The Rusty Guns puts on one heck of a show. A rock band featuring a banjo and harmonica, expect this show to be an energy-packed, foot somping good time. Head here for more info.

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Who: Wolkoff
What: EP release party
When: Sep. 7 at 8 p.m.
Where: Baby's All Right (146 Broadway, Brooklyn)
Price: $8-$10

New York City-based alt-pop singer Wolkoff will be celebrating the release of her EP "Talismans" at Baby's All Right with Gosh Pit, Sizzy Rocket and Young Rapids. If you're one of those people who likes to be ahead of the curve when it comes to music, this is your chance to check out an amazing musician before she becomes "cool." Click here for more info.

Related: 13 things to do in New York City over Labor Day weekend

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