Your week in concerts: Niall Horan, Hiromi, Gary ‘Cars’ Numan

Niall Horan leads this week’s best bets for concerts in the Bay Area. Here are our picks:

Niall Horan: The One Direction heartthrob is off to a great start in his solo career, having scored a pair of hit singles from his solo debut, the recently released “Flicker.” You might’ve heard at least one of those songs — “Slow Hands” – since it seems to be played on the radio about every five minutes. Horan last week also performed his latest single, “Seeing Blind,” a duet with Maren Morris, at the Country Music Awards. Horan performs Nov. 22 at the Masonic in San Francisco (and then returns to the Bay Area on Aug. 4 to play Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View.) Details: 8 p.m.; $49.50, www.livenation.com.

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Update: @NiallOfficial & @Louis_Tomlinson continue their Twitter banter… “maybe we should settle this… 64 bars?” https://t.co/8nQXWEz7ON

— billboard (@billboard) November 5, 2017

Niall Horan on social networks 📊

Facebook: 10.3M
Twitter: 35.4M
Youtube: 2M
Instagram: 19.6M
Spotify: 871K
Shazam: 4.6M pic.twitter.com/wYlBu5kb05

— Niall Horan Charts (@chartsnjh) October 26, 2017

Hiromi: The amazing jazz pianist performs a four-night stand, Nov. 16-19, at the SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco. Definitely try to catch one (or more) of these shows. Hiromi is fantastic live. Details: 7:30 p.m. Nov. 16-18, 7 p.m. Nov. 19; $30-$70, www.sfjazz.org.

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Gary Numan: The electronic music pioneer, best known for the smash single “Cars,” rolls into the Fillmore in San Francisco on Nov. 19 in support of “Savage (Songs from a Broken World).” Me Not You opens the show. Details: 8 p.m.; $30, www.livenation.com.

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