Newly Announced Shows in Orlando [Father Figure, Toadies, Nerdapalooza, and more]



A small handful of new show announcements for this week, including a rare show by Father Figure (ex-Summerbirds in the Cellar and current Viernes dudes), a not-so-rare-but-still-cool show by Ben Prestage, THREE DAYS OF NERDAPALOOZA downtown, and Toadies and Helmet out at House of Blues.

Here's a video of the very first song from the very first Father Figure show:

And here's a bunch of new shows that just got announced in Orlando:

  • May 31: Cultura Profética [The Beacham]
  • June 2: Girls on the Beach [Will's Pub]
  • June 2: The Honeyslides [The Alley - Sanford]
  • June 9: Relief in Abstraction: Echo Expression [Back Booth]
  • June 15: Father Figure, Golden Pelicans [Stardust]
  • June 16: Ben Prestage [The Alley - Sanford]
  • July 2: Lozen [Will's Pub]
  • July 6: Luciano [The Social]
  • July 19: Cope, Big Something [Will's Pub]
  • July 27: Toadies, Helmet [House of Blues]
  • Aug. 3-5: Nerdapalooza [The Social & the Beacham]
  • Aug. 10: Big K.R.I.T. [The Beacham]
  • Sept. 4: Dethklok, Lamb of God, Gojira [Hard Rock Live]
  • Sept. 15: Citizen Cope [House of Blues]
  • Sept. 20: Ruben Blades [House of Blues]
  • Sept. 27: Metric [Hard Rock Live]

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