Ever thought you can wait and buy tickets at the door for a show only to have it sell out? We’re here to make sure that doesn’t happen. Local clubs tell us these seven shows around Boston are close to selling out — so act now! Or, well, after reading this.

Blues Traveler at The Sinclair, Nov. 26

The harmonica-heavy jam band struck gold in the ‘90s with hits like “Run Around” and “But Anyway,” and will take its awesome live show to the modest-sized Sinclair next week (9 p.m., $25, 18+).

Hoodie Allen at House of Blues, Nov. 27

Alt-hip-hop youngster Hoodie Allen takes the big stage to front a loaded college-rap bill (with Mod Sun and OCD: Moosh and Twist; 8 p.m., $22, all ages).

Club d’Elf (CD release party) at Lizard Lounge, Nov. 29

Longtime Boston jazzfunk staple Club d’Elf celebrates the release of its latest, “Fire in the Brain: Live at Berklee,” in a night featuring Reeves Gabrels on guitar, Dave Tronzo on slide guitar, and more (9 p.m., $10, 21+).

Session Americana at Lizard Lounge, Dec. 3

The folkie supergroup kicks off its December Tuesday night residency and spots are already going fast (9:30 p.m., $10, 21+).

Ryan Montbleau (night two) at Paradise, Dec. 7

Boston’s jam-folk wonderboy is doing two nights at the ‘Dise, and the second is filling up quickly (with Peter Prince; 9 p.m., $20, 18+).

Dinosaur Jr. (night two) at The Sinclair, Dec. 15

Western, Mass., hard rock legends are headed to The Sinclair for a two-night run of shows in Cambridge. Night one is already sold out, so don’t sleep on night two (9 p.m., $30, 18+).

Disclosure at House of Blues, Jan. 16

The British electronic duo played a secret gig at the South End Cyclorama at the end of the summer and has since grown into an international electronic music sensation (8 p.m., $28, 18+).