New Orlando Concert Announcements [Guided by Voices, Yo Gotti, Lozen, Tallhart, and more]

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Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun plays Stardust June 9. Here, they pose in their handmade t-shirts for a Hipstamatic photo that was used on their Kickstarter project. So yeah, they'd probably get mad if you called them 'hipsters."
  • Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun plays Stardust June 9. Here, they pose in their handmade t-shirts for a Hipstamatic photo that was used on their Kickstarter project. So yeah, they'd probably get mad if you called them 'hipsters."

Only a handful of new show announcements this week; it's summer, so things are gonna slow down for a while. But not to worry, there's still plenty of good stuff going on.

  • June 9: Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun, A.T.T.I.C. [Stardust]
  • June 9: The Ox Project [Will's Pub]
  • June 10: It Runs Through Our Blood [Will's Pub]
  • June 23: Savi Fernandez Band [Social]
  • June 25: 2Chainz [Beacham]
  • June 29: Appetite for Destruction [House of Blues]
  • July 2: Lozen [Will's Pub]
  • July 5: Hellbound Glory, Six Time Losers, Fifth on the Floor, Lonesome Moses [Will's Pub]
  • July 12: Control This, Skylarking Soundsystem [Social]
  • July 13: Out Go the Lights [Will's Pub]
  • July 15: Tallhart [Social]
  • July 17: Yo Gotti, Mook Boy, Lil Pesco, Disco Jr [Beacham]
  • Aug. 3: The Bloody Jug Band [Tanqueray's]
  • Aug. 30: Matisyahu, the Dirty Heads [House of Blues]
  • Sept. 19: Guided By Voices, Detective [Beacham]

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