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Friday, Oct. 26
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Down the road:
Jay Brannan, Aug. 23 at The Social
EL-P, Aug. 24 at The Beacham
Carlos Santana, Aug. 26 at 1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre, Tampa
Matisyahu, Aug. 30 at House of Blues
Steve Aoki, Aug. 30 at The Plaza Live
Chasing Kings, Aug. 31 at Will’s Pub
Enrique Iglesias, Jennifer Lopez, Sept. 2 at Amway Center
Pepper, Sept. 2 at House of Blues
Tyga, Meek Mill, Sept. 2 at UCF Arena
Slim Cessna’s Auto Club, Sept. 5 at Will’s Pub
Owl City, Sept. 7 at The Beacham
Ed Sheeran, Sept. 8 at House of Blues
Built To Spill, Sept. 10 at The Social
Citizen Cope, Sept. 15 at House of Blues
Chris Isaak, Sept. 15 at Hard Rock Live
The GoGo’s, Sept. 18 at Hard Rock Live
Guided by Voices, Sept. 19 at The Beacham
Ruben Blades, Sept. 20 at House of Blues
Dino Felipe, Sept. 21 at Will’s Pub
Amon Tobin, Sept. 21 at House of Blues
Circa Survive, Sept. 22 at The Beacham
OFF!, Sept. 27 at The Social
M83, Sept. 27 at House of Blues
Kendrick Lamar, Sept. 28 at The Plaza Live
Tremonti, Sept. 28 at The Beacham
Anjelah Johnson, Sept. 28 at Hard Rock Live
Adam Ant, Sept. 29 at Hard Rock Live
Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, Sept. 30 at The Beacham
Fiona Apple, Oct. 1 at Hard Rock Live
Joe Cocker, Oct. 3 at King Center for the Performing Arts, Melbourne
Pretty Lights, Oct. 3 at UCF Arena
Bombay Bicycle Club, Oct. 5 at The Social
Rock for Hunger Fest 6 featuring Victor Wooten, Oct. 6 at The Plaza Live
Gotye, Oct. 8 at House of Blues
Langhorne Slim, Oct. 10 at The Social
Sinbad, Oct. 12 at Hard Rock Live
Keiko Matsui, Oct. 12 at The Plaza Live
Flobots, Oct. 12 at Backbooth
Matt and Kim, Oct. 13 at The Beacham
Death Angel, Oct. 14 at The Social
Ingrid Michaelson, Oct. 15 at The Beacham
Band of Horses, Oct. 15 at House of Blues
Swans, Oct. 16 at The Social
The Temper Trap, Oct. 20 at House of Blues
Broncho, Oct. 21 at Will’s Pub
Passion Pit, Oct. 22 at House of Blues
Pierce the Veil, Oct. 23 at The Plaza Live
Into It Over It, Oct. 25 at Will’s Pub
Wanda Sykes, Oct. 26 at Hard Rock Live
For complete show listings, visit our online calendar.
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