7 Orlando concerts actually happening tonight


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Concert calendars have been thrown into disarray by loss of power at venues and touring bands having to reroute due to Hurricane Irma.

Despite all of those obstacles, here are seven shows tonight that are, as of this writing, confirmed to be on if you need a loud night out. All listings (sigh) are subject to change.

Beyond Peace, Hot Boy, Problem Pack
Uncle Lou's, 10 p.m.
Donations encouraged.
Iowa City hardcore speedfreaks push bravely on into Florida for this show with local punks Hot Boy and Problem pack.

Create: Chocolate Puma
Venue 578, 10 p.m.
If you reallllllly want to get your minds off the events of the last few days, house-overlords Chocolate Puma are bringing their 25th anniversary tour to Orlando and promise a 2.5 hour set.

Kaleigh Baker
Lil Indies, 10 p.m.
Fierce local blues belter continues her free weekly residency at Will's undeterred.

Larry Fuller Trio
Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 8 p.m.
Hotly-tipped NYC jazz pianist swings into town for a command performance.

Loafers, Bubble Boys, Laghima, Really Fast Horses
Will's Pub, 8 p.m.
Donations encouraged.
Pop-up show for a crew of Texas garage-punks whose FL dates got derailed, also featuring a bunch of new, promising locals.

P.O.D., Alien Ant Farm, Powerflo, Fire From the Gods
House of Blues, Disney Springs, 6 p.m.
High-profile nu-metal gig is, as of this writing, still on. The plan is surely to rock the party (off the hook).

Warpaint, Swimm
The Social, 7 p.m.
Promising, cinematic post-rock group currently opening for Depeche Mode thankfully soldiers on with solo dates.

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