Many varied music options are in place this week, but nothing outrageously compelling a la last week - but that's OK because the weather's been sterling and the leaves are changing colors up in the mountains, so it's a good time to head out after you get off work and soak the final days of good weather before you-know-what arrives Brrr. Meanwhile, for us music lovers there are a couple of decent options worth exploring and some large-scale shenanigans that teens will savor. Here are the highlights:

On Tuesday night at The Depot, Ziggy Marley - yes, you know who his dad is - rolls in with a ton of reggae, including some of his late father's classics. It'll likely be a smelly night downtown, but a good time for sure. Tickets remain on sale for the 8 p.m. concert and start at $26.

Relatively low-flying, but super talented folkie duo Over The Rhine, pictured above, will be at The State Room on Tuesday night. This duo has a lot of quirky, clever songs and singer Karen Bergquist has a surreal voice. This is a show a lot of people I know would love if they only knew to be there. Consider this an inviation. Check them out singing "Latter Days," right here.

For the younger crowd, Avenged Sevenfold will be at USANA Ampitheatre on Tuesday as part of RockStar Energy Drink's Uproar Festival. Featuring five bands and numerous other diversions - read merchandising booths - the event starts at 2 p.m. (?!?) and tickets start at $20.

Here's A7's "Dear God."

Also Wednesday night, Minus the Bear bring their 10th anniversary tour into In The Venue for an 8:30 p.m. show. Here is their video for the catchy "My TIme." Tickets are $18 in advance.