Sunday, Nov. 17
House of Blues, Downtown Disney West Side,
Lake Buena Vista
Down the road:
STRFKR, Sept. 25 at The Social
BT, Sept. 26 at The Beacham
The Weeknd, Sept. 27 at Hard Rock Live
Refried Confusion, Sept. 28 at Will’s Pub
Enter the Haggis, Sept. 29 at The Social
Sick Puppies, Oct. 1 at House of Blues
Saves the Day, Oct. 4 at The Social
City and Colour, Oct. 5 at House of Blues
The Black Crowes, Oct. 5 at St. Augustine Amphitheatre
Dying Fetus, Oct. 6 at Backbooth
Sarah Brightman, Oct. 8 at Amway Center
Sigur Rós, Oct. 8 at CFE Arena
Rusko, Oct. 9 at House of Blues
The English Beat, Oct. 10 at The Plaza Live
India.Arie, Oct. 11 at House of Blues
Capitol Steps, Oct. 12 at The Plaza Live
Voodoo Glow Skulls, Oct. 13 at Will’s Pub
Anthony Jeselnik, Oct. 13 at Hard Rock Live
Mount Kimbie, Oct. 14 at The Social
Izzy and the Catastrophics, Oct. 17 at Will’s Pub
The Lumineers, Oct. 18 at St. Augustine Amphitheatre
Matt Nathanson, Oct. 19 at House of Blues
Steve Aoki, Oct. 20 at Firestone Live
A Day to Remember, Oct. 24 at CFE Arena
Alice Cooper, Oct. 25 at CFE Arena
Terror Pigeon Dance Revolt, Oct. 25 at Will’s Pub
Morgan Page, Oct. 26 at Firestone Live
Tonight Alive, Oct. 27 at The Social
Real Friends, Oct. 30 at Backbooth
Michael Bublé, Oct. 30 at Amway Center
John Fogerty, Oct. 30 at Hard Rock Live
Nine Inch Nails, Oct. 31 at Amway Center
Rich Vos, Oct. 31 at Orlando Improv
Benny Benassi, Nov. 2 at CFE Arena
Minus the Bear, Nov. 2 at The Beacham
In This Moment, Nov. 3 at Firestone Live
New Found Glory, Nov. 4 at House of Blues
He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister, Nov. 5 at The Social
Paramore, Nov. 5 at CFE Arena
Drake, Nov. 6 at Tampa Bay Times Forum
3OH!3, Nov. 7 at House of Blues
Streetlight Manifesto, Nov. 7 at The Plaza Live
Electric Daisy Carnival, Nov. 8 at Tinker Field
Passion Pit, Nov. 8 at St. Augustine Amphitheatre
Frank Turner & the Sleeping Souls, Nov. 9 at The Beacham
For complete show listings, visit our online calendar.
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