with 98°, Boyz II Men
Friday, June 21
400 W. Church St.
Down the road:
The Soul Rebels, Feb. 8 at The Social
Katt Williams, Feb. 9 at Tampa Bay Times Forum
Old 97’s, Feb. 10 at The Social
Flogging Molly, Feb. 11 at House of Blues
Empress, Feb. 14 at The Social
Imagine Dragons, Feb. 15 at House of Blues
Murs, Feb. 16 at Backbooth
Grace Potter & the Nocturnals, Feb. 17 at House of Blues
Jon Snodgrass, Feb. 19 at Will’s Pub
Stockholm, Feb. 20 at Backbooth
Ziggy Marley, Feb. 21 at House of Blues
Chris Staples, Feb. 21 at Will’s Pub
That 1 Guy, Feb. 22 at The Social
Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers, Feb. 23 at Backbooth
The Queers, Feb. 24 at Will’s Pub
Pink, Feb. 24 at Amway Center
Muse, Feb. 25 at Amway Center
Caskey, Feb. 26 at The Plaza Live
Keb Mo, Feb. 28 at The Plaza Live
Bon Jovi, March 1 at Tampa Bay Times Forum
Excision, March 1 at House of Blues
Mod Sun, March 2 at Backbooth
Dropkick Murphys, March 2 at House of Blues
Turisas, March 4 at The Social
Coheed and Cambria, March 7 at House of Blues
Mount Moriah, March 8 at Will’s Pub
Shinedown, March 9 at Amway Center
Tenacious D, March 11 at Hard Rock Live
Whitest Kids U Know, March 13 at The Plaza Live
Lady Gaga, March 13 at Tampa Bay Times Forum
Jim Breuer, March 14 at Hard Rock Live
Gallo, March 15 at Backbooth
Bad Religion, March 17 at House of Blues
The Dear Hunter, March 21 at The Social
Deftones, March 22 at Hard Rock Live
HRVRD, March 23 at Will’s Pub
The Summer Set, March 23 at The Social
Alicia Keys, March 24 at Tampa Bay Times Forum
Bill Cosby, March 24 at Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach
Maroon 5, Neon Trees, March 30 at Amway Center
For complete show listings, visit our online calendar.
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