Pop punk thoroughbreds Face to Face make a three-night run for the Triple Crown at the Social

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Similar to what Alkaline Trio recently did with their limited four-show, career-spanning club stands, California pop-punk legacy band Face to Face returns with their own live extravaganza of an intimate multi-night run that spotlights their pacesetting, golden-era material. As one of only about a handful of cities to receive the deluxe “Triple Crown” series residency, Orlando will see three consecutive but different evenings of Face to Face concert action, each focusing on one of their first three albums: Don’t Turn Away, Big Choice and Face to Face, in that order. Further reason to consider attending multiple shows or just springing for the “trifecta” ticket for all nights is that the opening roster shuffles each night between quality locals the Attack, Panther Camp, Teen Agers and Jernigan. More than just a night of history and celebration, this is a total fan fantasy.

Face to Face with the Attack, Teen Agers, Panther Camp, Jernigan | 7 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, Aug. 6-8 | The Social, 54 N. Orange Ave. | 407-246-1419 | thesocial.org | $25-$60


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