First show at Orlando's new Blackstar complex announced


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The first official event has been announced for the new Blackstar complex downtown and it's a good harbinger of things to come. The eclectic lineup of locals Wet Nurse, Brooklyn's Tingy Thick, and Gainesville's UV-TV (whose appearance last year at Stardust went down as one of our Concerts of the Year) will headline Blackstar's Odd Jobs in early February.

UV-TV, Wet Nurse and Tingy Thick will break in Odd Jobs on Friday, Feb. 9, at 8 p.m. Show is free.

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