You guys! The fall concert calendar is filling up! Summer droughts are almost over. Thank God, fall college terms, and the Fest, we're gonna get shows again! The last week or so has seen a flood of announcements, so let's get right to it.
Aug. 17: The Ludes, the Sh-Booms, Billy Wright, Tigerweather (Hard Rock Live)
Aug. 25: The Deepest Red, Sci-Fried, Seven Years Past, Bonnie Piesse (Hard Rock Live)
Aug. 30: Levek (Will's)
Sept. 2: Rachel Goodrich (Will's)
Sept. 3: The Wholetones, Loves It! (Will's)
Sept. 5: Slim Cessna's Auto Club (Will's)
Sept. 8: The Legendary JC's (Will's)
Sept. 14: Orlando Rocks! For Maddie benefit show (House of Blues)
Sept. 21: Amon Tobin (House of Blues)
Oct. 9: Jovanotti (House of Blues)
Sept. 17: Hunter Valetine, Kill the Sound (Will's)
Sept. 20: Edgar Jr, Juan Pablo, Frank Friend, Sloppy Mistress, Arkie & Winter (Will's)
Oct. 11: GZA (House of Blues)
Oct. 12: Flobots (Back Booth)
Oct. 15: Band of Horses (House of Blues)
Oct. 16: The Weeknd (House of Blues)
Oct. 25: Into It Over It (Will's)
Oct. 28: Miss May I (House of Blues)
Oct. 28: The Intelligence, King Tuff, Wet Nurse, Golden Pelicans (WIll's)
Nov. 1: David Bisbal (House of Blues)
Nov. 2: The Fugazi 13 Songs All Star Band (Will's)
Nov. 2: The Maine, Mayday Parade (House of Blues)
Nov. 6: Earth (Will's)
Nov. 6: Taking Back Sunday, Bayside (House of Blues)
Nov. 11: All Time Low (House of Blues)
Nov. 13: Waka Flocka Flame (Beacham)
Nov. 14: Regina Spektor (House of Blues)
Nov. 24: Boys Noize (House of Blues)
Dec. 6: Mr. Gnome (Will's)
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