Lucero at the Hi-Tone Café 

Last week, the Hi-Tone Café — which is scheduled to close at the end of February — announced its final concert, which will, on February 23rd, pair two cult-classic Memphis bands of different vintages: recently reunited '90s garage-punk icons the Oblivians and the broken-up-before-their-time Barbaras, a garage-pop ensemble that splintered into other configurations, most notably the Magic Kids. But before that finale, the Hi-Tone will get another high-wattage farewell in the form of a free show from Memphis rock stalwarts Lucero, which partly launched its career with its first record-release show at the Hi-Tone more than a decade ago. Lucero takes the Hi-Tone stage for the last time on Sunday, February 3rd. The show is free. Doors open at 8 p.m. The Dirty Streets open.

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