with Bullet for my Valentine, Black Veil Brides, Papa Roach, Pop Evil, Heaven's Basement
Friday, Oct. 25
Down the road:
Evelynn, Aug. 21 at Backbooth
Backstreet Boys, Aug. 23 at MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre
Marc Anthony, Aug. 25 at Amway Center
Twiztid, Aug. 26 at The Beacham
Bruno Mars, Aug. 27 at Amway Center
The Dangerous Summer, Aug. 28 at Backbooth
MC Chris, Aug. 30 at The Social
Michael Grimm, Aug. 30 at The Plaza Live
Diana Ross, Sept. 3 at Hard Rock Live
Wintersun, Sept. 4 at House of Blues
The Dad Horse Experience, Sept. 5 at Will’s Pub
Chet Samuel and the Zionites Band, Sept. 6 at The Social
John Mayer, Sept. 7 at MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre
Passenger, Sept. 7 at The Social
Rancid, Sept. 8 at House of Blues
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Sept. 10 at Hard Rock Live
Steely Dan, Sept. 11 at Hard Rock Live
Mavado, Sept. 12 at The Beacham
Mumford & Sons, Sept. 13 at Special Events Field- St. Augustine
Brother Hawk, Sept. 13 at Backbooth
Myon & Shane 54, Sept. 14 at Firestone Live
Kid Rock, Sept. 15 at MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre
Matisyahu, Sept. 17 at Hard Rock Live
Stone Temple Pilots, Sept. 18 at House of Blues
Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band, Sept. 18 at The Social
For complete show listings, visit our online calendar.
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