Live music performances on television shows this week include:


Live music performances on television shows this week include:

v ASAP Ferg: Tonight on “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (NBC)

v Daya: Tonight on “Late Late Show with James Corden” (CBS)

v Camila Cabello: Wednesday and Friday on “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (NBC)

v Elvis Costllo: Wednesday on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (ABC)

v Alan Walker, Noah Cyrus: Thursday on “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (NBC)

“This Is Us” (9 p.m., NBC): In the winter premiere, the Pearsons come together under unexpected circumstances. Meanwhile, Jack surprises the family with a summer vacation.

“Drop the Mic” (10 p.m., TBS): The celebrity rap battle contest, hosted by Method Man and Hailey Baldwin, pits four stars from the worlds of entertainment, music, sports and pop culture to against each other. Tonight it’s Danielle Fisher vs. Jonathan Lipnicki and Shania Twain vs. Meghan Trainor. Expect some “did they really just say that?” moments.

“Undercover High” (10 p.m., A&E): The premiere episode of this docuseries that follows seven young adults, ranging in age from 21 to 26, who embed themselves for a semester in Topeka, Kansas’ Highland Park High School. The participants pose as typical students — attending classes and making friends for an inside look at what it’s like to be a teenager today.

TV listings, C3

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

Dustbowl Revival, English Beat tickets

KENT

The Kent Stage has added two shows to its calendar: Soulful roots band the Dustbowl Revival on Feb. 13, and the English Beat, with special guests the Twistoffs, on April 1.

Tickets for the Dustbowl Revival are $18 (advance general admission) and $22 at the door. The show starts at 8 p.m.

The English Beat will begin at 7:30 p.m.. Tickets are $25 (reserved).

Tickets for both shows are now on sale at thekentstage.com and by phone at 877-987-6487.

Louvre welcomed 8.1 million in 2017

PARIS

The Louvre Museum says it welcomed 8.1 million visitors in 2017, up 10 percent on the year before, a sign of tourism revival in Paris.

Tourism in the French capital took a hit in 2016 after a series of attacks by Islamic extremists the previous year.

Foreign visitors represent 70 percent of the museum attendance, a statement from the Louvre Museum said Monday.

They mainly come from the United States (1.2 million visitors, up by 25 percent) and from China (700,000 visitors, up by 9 percent).

The Louvre is the world’s most-visited museum.

Definitive figures of tourist numbers in Paris have not been released yet for 2017 but a rise of 10 to 12 percent is expected.

Justin Timberlake coming to The Q

CLEVELAND

Justin Timberlake will bring “The Man of the Woods” tour to Quicken Loans Arena on March 31. Tickets go on sale Jan. 22 at livenation.com.

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