Of Montreal

The indie-pop group Of Montreal will perform at Grand Central in Miami on Friday, May 3. (Of Montreal/Courtesy / April 29, 2013)

High temperatures bring increasingly sparse concert schedules for local venues. With April's average highs rising past 80 degrees, it's clear the low season has begun.

The only musician Hard Rock Live has booked for the rest of the month is Roberta Flack. The "Killing Me Softly With His Song" vocalist will perform tonight at 7. ($47-$89.50, Ticketmaster.com)

And Three Days Grace's alt-rock will grace the stage 7 p.m. Sunday at Revolution Live. The band released its latest album, "Transit of Venus," last October, and continues to tour despite the resignation of singer Adam Gontier in January. Matt Walst, bassist Brad's brother, is filling in for Gontier. ($42, Ticketmaster.com)

After a quiet week, glam-rock act Of Montreal, based in Georgia, will hit Grand Central in Miami. The band's most-recent album to feature new material is "Paralytic Stalks," released in February 2012. A Kickstarter-funded career documentary is on the way. The show will begin 8 p.m. Friday. ($18.20, Ticketmaster.com)


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