On sale: Friday, Sept. 28
Monday, Dec. 31
House of Blues
Down the road:
Public Image LTD, Oct. 3 at Firestone Live
Pretty Lights, Oct. 3 at UCF Arena
Florida Metal Showcase with Abdomen Canvas, Oct. 5 at Backbooth
The Riverboat Gamblers, Oct. 6 at The Social
Gotye, Oct. 8 at House of Blues
Langhorne Slim, Oct. 10 at The Social
David Alan Grier, Oct. 11 at Orlando Improv
Sean Paul, Oct. 12 at House of Blues
Keiko Matsui, Oct. 12 at The Plaza Live
Matt and Kim, Oct. 13 at The Beacham
Nightwish, Oct. 14 at House of Blues
Ingrid Michaelson, Oct. 15 at The Beacham
Band of Horses, Oct. 15 at House of Blues
Swans, Oct. 16 at The Social
Ani DiFranco, Oct. 19 at The Plaza Live
Kristy Lee, Oct. 20 at Backbooth
Broncho, Oct. 21 at Will’s Pub
Passion Pit, Oct. 22 at House of Blues
Pierce the Veil, Oct. 23 at The Plaza Live
Die Antwoord, Oct. 24 at The Beacham
Into It Over It, Oct. 25 at Will’s Pub
Rob Schneider, Oct. 26 at Orlando Improv
Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson, Oct. 26 at Tinker Field
Zac Brown Band, Oct. 27 at Amway Center
Alejandro Escovedo, Oct. 27 at Backbooth
George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Oct. 27 at House of Blues
The Intelligence, Oct. 28 at Will’s Pub
Black Moth Super Rainbow, Oct. 29 at The Social
Maserati, Majeure, Oct. 31 at Will’s Pub
Hundred Waters, Oct. 31 at Backbooth
The Script, Nov. 1 at Hard Rock Live
The Fugazi 13 Songs All Star Band, Nov. 2 at Will’s Pub
Cris Cab, Nov. 2 at The Social
D.L. Hughley, Nov. 2 at Orlando Improv
The Who, Nov. 3 at Amway Center
Heart, Nov. 3 at King Center for Performing Arts
Counting Crows, Nov. 4 at Hard Rock Live
Future Islands, Nov. 5 at The Social
Earth, Nov. 6 at Will’s Pub
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Nov. 7 at The Plaza Live
Deerhoof, Nov. 9 at The Plaza Live
Electric Daisy Carnival, Nov. 9 at Tinker Field
Weezer, Nov. 10 at Hard Rock Live
Cheech and Chong, Nov. 11 at King Center for Performing Arts
Regina Spektor, Nov. 14 at House of Blues
J.B. Smoove, Nov. 15 at Orlando Improv
American Aquarium, Nov. 16 at Will’s Pub
For complete show listings, visit our online calendar.
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