Monday, Sept. 23
Down the road:
Bo Burnham, May 23 at The Plaza Live
Chris Wollard & the Ship Thieves, May 25 at Will’s Pub
Face to Face, May 30 at House of Blues
The Pauses, May 30 at The Peacock Room
The Tenderloins, May 31 at Hard Rock Live
Killswitch Engage, June 3 at House of Blues
ZZ Ward, June 4 at The Social
Fall Out Boy, June 4 at House of Blues
Ice Cube, June 5 at The Beacham
The Postal Service, June 5 at Hard Rock Live
Kelly Rowland, June 6 at House of Blues
The Front Bottoms, June 7 at Will’s Pub
Fleetwood Mac, June 7 at Tampa Bay Times Forum
The Murder Junkies, June 9 at Will’s Pub
The Tallest Man on Earth, June 11 at The Beacham
Say Anything, June 12 at House of Blues
The New Lows Summer Tour Kickoff, June 13 at Will’s Pub
Dragonette, June 15 at The Social
Kepi Ghoulie, June 17 at Will’s Pub
New Kids on the Block, June 21 at Amway Center
Midnight Red, June 22 at The Social
Guttermouth, June 23 at Will’s Pub
Daniel Tosh, June 25 at Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre
Generationals, June 26 at The Social
Bob Dylan and His Band, Wilco, June 27 at Live Nation Amphitheatre
Pitbull, June 28 at Live Nation Amphitheatre
AAHZ Legacy (The Final Reunion), July 3 at The Beacham
Meek Mill, July 4 at The Beacham
Mac Miller, July 6 at Hard Rock Live
Matt Pond, July 11 at The Social
Lil’ Wayne, July 13 at Live Nation Amphitheatre
For complete show listings, visit our online calendar.
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