On sale: Friday, Oct. 26
Thursday, Jan. 17
Hard Rock Live
6050 Universal Blvd.
Down the road:
Hundred Waters, Oct. 31 at Backbooth
The Script, Nov. 1 at Hard Rock Live
D.L. Hughley, Nov. 2 at Orlando Improv
Hinder, Nov. 3 at Backbooth
The Who, Nov. 3 at Amway Center
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
Dr. Dog, Nov. 8 at The Social
Deerhoof, Nov. 9 at The Plaza Live
Electric Daisy Carnival, Nov. 9 at Tinker Field
Kreayshawn, Nov. 10 at The Social
Weezer, Nov. 10 at Hard Rock Live
Cheech and Chong, Nov. 11 at King Center for Performing Arts
Bad Veins, Nov. 11 at Will’s Pub
Cypress Hill, Nov. 14 at The Plaza Live
Regina Spektor, Nov. 14 at House of Blues
Peelander-Z, Nov. 14 at The Social
Falling In Reverse, Nov. 15 at House of Blues
Dillon Francis, Nov. 15 at The Beacham
Enter the Haggis, Nov. 16 at Backbooth
American Aquarium, Nov. 16 at Will’s Pub
Aaron Lewis, Nov. 17 at The Plaza Live
Koffin Kats, Nov. 19 at Will’s Pub
Men Without Hats, Nov. 20 at The Social
Asia, Nov. 21 at The Plaza Live
The Birthday Massacre, Nov. 25 at The Social
Eddie Vedder, Nov. 27 at Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre
Japandroids, Nov. 27 at The Social
Carlos Mencia, Nov. 29 at Orlando Improv
Of Montreal, Nov. 30 at The Plaza Live
Wiz Khalifa, Nov. 30 at UCF Arena
Zach Deputy, Dec. 1 at The Abbey
Richard Marx, Dec. 2 at The Plaza Live
Silversun Pickups, Dec. 3 at Hard Rock Live
Dan Deacon, Dec. 5 at The Social
Mr. Gnome, Dec. 6 at Will’s Pub
Jonathan Coulton, Dec. 7 at The Beacham
Sum 41, Dec. 8 at House of Blues
Crushed Out, Dec. 8 at Backbooth
For complete show listings, visit our online calendar.
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