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Friday, September 28, 2012

New Orlando Concert Announcements [Release shows for the New Lows, Franchise, and Plush Monsters, plus: P-Funk, Kreayshawn, Lamb of God, Of Monsters and Men, Slug Guts, Silversun Pickups, and...

...lots more]

Posted By on Fri, Sep 28, 2012 at 11:20 AM

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Oct. 4: Matt Woods (Will's)

Oct. 5: Slug Guts, Cop City/Chill Pillars, Hau Zarrest (Spacebar)

Oct. 12: Orange Avenue Jam w/Candlebox, 10 Years, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Flobots (Social & Beacham)

Oct. 13: Plush Monsters EP release, w/Bard & Mustache, Kelly Craven (Will's)

Oct. 19: Two-Piece Mini Fest (Will's)

Oct. 24: Rubblebucket (Social)

Oct. 27: George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic (House of Blues)

Nov. 2: Cris Cab (Social)

Nov. 3: Franchise CD release (Will's)

Nov. 3: Passafire (Social)

Nov. 10: New Lows CD release (Will's)

Nov. 11: Bad Veins (Will's)

Nov. 12: Darwin Deez (Social)

Nov. 13: Kreayshawn, Rye Rye (Social)

Nov. 14: Emperor X (Will's)

Nov. 16: Acoustic Alchemy (Plaza)

Nov. 17: Yusif (Natura)

Nov. 19: Lamb of God, In Flames (House of Blues)

Nov. 23: Love & Theft (House of Blues)

Nov. 25: Sevendust, Nonpoint (House of Blues)

Nov. 30: Of Monsters and Men (Beacham)

Dec. 3: Silversun Pickups (Hard Rock Live)

Dec. 5: Dan Deacon (Social)

Dec. 7: Southern Culture on the Skids (Social)

Dec. 16: Torche (Social)

Jan. 16: Galactic (Plaza)

March 2: Bruce Cockburn (Plaza)

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