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Down The Road


Brad Paisley, Feb. 24 at Amway Center•Crooked Fingers, Feb. 25 at Will’s Pub•Cedric The Entertainer, Feb. 25 at Improv Comedy Club & Dinner Theatre•The Gipsy Kings, Feb. 25 at Hard Rock Live• The Expendables, Feb. 26 at The Social•David Garrett, Feb. 26 at Hard Rock Live•Marnie Stern, Feb. 27 at Back Booth•Bright Eyes, Mar. 3 at House of Blues•Kid Rock, Jamey Johnson, Mar. 5 at UCF Arena•Waybo Fest, Mar. 5 at The Peacock Room•Fishbone, Mar. 6 at The Social•Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, Mar. 6 at The Plaza Theatre•Murder By Death, Mar. 9 at The Social•Streetlight Manifesto, Mar. 10 at Firestone Live•G. Love & Special Sauce, Mar. 11 at The Beacham•Say Hi, Mar. 12 at Back Booth•Cradle of Filth, Mar. 12 at Firestone Live•The Slackers, Mar. 16 at The Social•Michael McDonald, Mar. 18 at Hard Rock Live•John Witherspoon, Mar. 18 at Improv Comedy Club & Dinner Theatre•Lowebow Fest, Mar. 19 at Will’s Pub•Kenny Chesney, Mar. 19 at Raymond James Stadium, Tampa•Murs, Mar. 20 at The Social•Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, Mar. 21 at The Beacham• Rod Stewart, Stevie Nicks, Mar. 23 at St. Pete Times Forum, Tampa•Cave Singers, Mar. 24 at Will’s Pub•Ron White, Mar. 26 at King Center for the Performing Arts, Melbourne•Peter Murphy, Mar. 26 at Firestone Live•Starfucker, Mar. 26 at Back Booth•Steve Angello, Mar. 29 at The Beacham•Kathy Griffin, Mar. 31 at Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre•Bare Wires, Mar. 31 at Will’s Pub•Furthur, Apr. 5 at UCF Arena•Scissor Sisters, Apr. 7 at Hard Rock Live•Vinyl Music Festival, Apr. 8 at Downtown Sarasota•Ricky Martin, Apr. 8 at Amway Center•Moe., Apr. 8 at House of Blues•Accept, Apr. 9 at Firestone Live•Wanee Music Festival, Apr. 14 at Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park•Brian Posehn, Apr. 14 at Back Booth•Ralphie May, Apr. 15 at The Plaza Theatre•Lady Gaga, Apr. 15 at Amway Center•Earthday Birthday 18, Apr. 16 at Tinker Field•Iron Maiden, Apr. 17 at St. Pete Times Forum•Ke$ha, Apr. 22 at House of Blues•Protest The Hero, Apr. 22 at The Social

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