Down the Road:?Henry Rollins, March 8 at House of Blues Paul Mooney, March 8 at Improv Comedy Club & Dinner Theatre Jukebox the Ghost, March 9 at The Social Elton John, March 10 at Amway Center A Great Big Pile of Leaves, March 11 at Back Booth We Came as Romans, March 12 at The Plaza Live Tarek Kasmi, March 14 at Back Booth Vets of Kin, March 15 at The Social Jay & Silent Bob Get Old, March 16 at Hard Rock Live Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, March 19 at The Beacham Every Avenue, March 20 at The Plaza Live Joan Rivers, March 22 at Lakeland Center Alcest, March 22 at Will’s Pub Hot Chelle Rae, March 23 at Universal Studios Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, March 23 at Tampa Bay Times Forum Lovedrug, March 23 at Back Booth Blue October, March 24 at House of Blues The Naked and Famous, March 27 at The Plaza Live Snow Patrol, March 29 at Hard Rock Live Plain White T’s, March 30 at Universal Studios We Were Promised Jetpacks, April 4 at The Social New Roman Times, April 6 at Will’s Pub Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band, April 9 at Will’s Pub Plants and Animals, April 11 at The Social Van Halen, April 12 at Amway Center Kevin James, April 13 at Hard Rock Live WJRR’s Earthday Birthday, April 14 at Tinker Field Andrew Jackson Jihad, April 15 at Back Booth Loma Prieta, April 16 at Will’s Pub Gwar, April 17 at The Beacham The Gipsy Kings, April 19 at Hard Rock Live Blackbird Blackbird, April 20 at Will’s Pub Mac Miller, April 20 at UCF Arena The Maine, April 21 at House of Blues Sam Sparro, April 27 at The Social Blood on the Dance Floor, April 28 at The Beacham Mark Sultan, May 2 at Will’s Pub Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, May 3 at Amway Center Rusted Root, May 4 at The Plaza Live New Edition, May 4 at Tampa Bay Times Forum Slash, May 7 at Hard Rock Live Whitechapel, May 8 at House of Blues Mayer Hawthorne & the County, May 9 at The Plaza Live Eddie Vedder, May 16 at Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre Lisa Lampanelli, May 18 at Hard Rock Live For complete show listings, visit our online calendar.
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