New Concert Announcements [Weezer, Fiona Apple, ALAK Block Party, Lindsey Buckingham, SFS Mustard Seed Benefit, and oh so much more]


Summer show doldrums getting you down? Fear not. The calendar is picking up big time, you guys. Check out these recently announced shows:


June 24: Wiggly World Summertime BBQ w/Hungry Gayze, Pillowfight (Vinyl Richie’s)

June 26: Auto Chlor (Uncle Lou’s)

June 28: Eric Johnson (Plaza)

June 30: The Jam Campaign Rock ’n’ Roll Comedy Revue w/Revolutionary Revival, the Ludes, the Goldminers, 22 Blaac (The Haven)

June 30: Speedy Ortiz, the Mother Machine, Yogurt Smoothness (Peacock Room)

July 7: Tab Benoit (Plaza)

July 7: Kidney Stones, Meka Nism, Folk Is People (Will’s)


July 8: The Continentals (Peacock Room)

July 14: Teflon Don, Beebs & Her Money Makers, Playground Heroes (House of Blues)

July 15: Southern Fried Sunday Mustard Seed Benefit - 30 bands (Will’s/Peacock/Uncle Lou’s/Wally’s)

July 20: Tank, Young Deon (House of Blues)

July 21: Anders Osborne, the Lee Boys (Plaza)

July 28: Battery (Metallica tribute band) (House of Blues)


August 3: ALAK Block Party w/A.T.T.I.C, Permanent Nap, Surfin Serf (Thornton Park)

August 7: Lindsey Buckingham (Plaza) - If I told you how excited I was for this show, you'd think I was weird.

August 8: Aaron Neville (Plaza)

August 17: Brian Culbertson & David Sanborn (Plaza)

August 30: Steve Aoki (Plaza)

October 1: Fiona Apple (Hard Rock Live)

October 5: Renaissance (Plaza)

October 6: Victor Wooten (Plaza)

October 12: Keiko Matsui (Plaza)


Nov. 10: Weezer performing ‘Blue’ (Hard Rock Live)


Nov. 11: Weezer performing ‘Pinkerton’ (Hard Rock Live)

Nov. 15: Donavon Frankenreiter (Plaza)

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