Tuesday, Sept. 24
House of Blues
Downtown Disney West Side
Down the road:
Coheed and Cambria, March 7 at House of Blues
Cusses, March 8 at The Peacock Room
Shinedown, March 9 at Amway Center
Alexz Johnson & Charlene Kaye, March 10 at The Social
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
Sheryl Crow, March 17 at SeaWorld
The Dear Hunter, March 21 at The Social
Deftones, March 22 at Hard Rock Live
The Summer Set, March 23 at The Social
Phillip Phillips, March 23 at Universal Studios
Bill Cosby, March 24 at Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach
Old Crow Medicine Show, March 24 at House of Blues
Kitty Pryde, March 28 at The Social
Wes Fif, March 29 at Backbooth
Maroon 5, March 30 at Amway Center
Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo, March 30 at Universal Studios
Josiah Leming, April 3 at Backbooth
JJ Grey & Mofro, April 5 at House of Blues
Funk Fest 2012 featuring Anthony Hamilton, April 6 at Tinker Field
Mindless Self Indulgence, April 7 at The Beacham
Schematic, April 9 at The Social
Senses Fail, April 10 at The Social
El Ten Eleven, April 11 at The Social
Anthrax, April 12 at House of Blues
Pitbull, April 13 at Universal Studios
WJRR’s Earthday Birthday featuring the Offspring, April 13 at Tinker Field
The Cave Singers, April 15 at Will’s Pub
Esperanza Spalding, April 16 at The Plaza Live
Rihanna, April 19 at Tampa Bay Times Forum
Amy Schumer, April 20 at The Plaza Live
Brit Floyd, April 22 at Hard Rock Live
Sound Tribe Sector 9, April 25 at The Beacham
Anthony Bourdain, April 26 at Hard Rock Live
Rush, April 28 at Amway Center
The Black Crowes, May 1 at House of Blues
The Airborne Toxic Event, May 2 at The Beacham
Luis Raul, May 3 at Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre
A Day to Remember, May 3 at Hard Rock Live
For complete show listings, visit our online calendar.
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