Tips For Today: M83 in NY+ Ty Segall in Chicago + Haim in London

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Guess what? We've expanded our Tips For Today listings to include Chicago, L.A. and London! Woooo. Check them out below.

New York

M83 at Terminal 5: The glimmery pop artist will play from his latest album, Hurry Up, We're Dreaming with opening act I Break Horses. [via Terminal 5]

The Single Malt Scotch and Whiskey Extravaganza at The Roosevelt Hotel. [via nymag]

"Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations" opening day at The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Be the first to see the buzzy Costume Institute exhibit and get some context for all of those fabulous Met Ball gowns. [via Time Out New York]

Gothic singer Zola Jesus plays a set at The Guggenheim amidst their massive John Chamberlain exhibit. [via nymag]

Literary Upstart at the Wythe Hotel: Here's your perfect chance to check out one of New York's most talked-about new hotels while taking in some great literature at L Magazine's pocket fiction competition. [via Flavorpill]


Los Angeles

Crescent City: Head to The Atwater for the inaugural performance by underground opera troupe The Industry.  The show follows a voodoo priestess trying to save a mythical city destroyed by a hurricane. [via L.A. Mag]

Award-winning graphic novelist Craig Thompson heads to Skirball to discuss his latest work, Habibi. [via Flavorpill]



Chicago


Ty Segall and White Fence at Lincoln Hall: Bay area garage rocker heads to Lincoln Hall to play songs off of his White Fence-assisted album, HairStrange Boys and Bitchin Bajas will also support. [via Flavorpill]

Malian artist Khaïra Arby plays at Old Town School of Folk Music along with support from Das Boton. [via Time Out Chicago]

The Snackpot Launch Party: A new Chicago-based snack review website celebrates their recent launch with a party at Schubas.  And, yes, expect plenty of snacks on hand. [via Flavorpill]


London


Haim at Queen of Hoxton: The indie quartet, which includes three sisters, play at Queen of Hoxton. [via Time Out London]
UPDATE: Haim has tweeted that their show has been cancelled due to illness.

FWD>> at Plastic People: London's legendary dubstep and bass night returns. [via Time Out London]

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