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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Orlando City embraces local bands

Posted By on Wed, Apr 3, 2013 at 1:10 PM

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Orlando City Soccer Club stirred up some sports frenzy instantly when they came to town, nodding to MLS fans who were so hugely dedicated to their overseas soccer clubs, they packed the Celt at unheard-of drinking hours between 5 and 8 a.m. during the World Cup, getting rowdy before it was a locally cool thing to do. Now, OCSC seeks to support a new sect of our community with a concert series that kicks off April 14 that promotes a range of local bands like Dropa Stone, Posterra and the Savi Fernandez Band. Basically, soccer fans are encouraged to show up an hour early to see these shows, giving you have a reason to pre-game pre--party. Here's the full schedule as it stands now:

4/14/2013

Rochester Rhinos Dropa Stone

4/19/2013

Los Angeles Blues The Crazy Carls

4/27/2013

Dayton Dutch Lions B2BB

4/30/2013

VSI Tampa Bay Posterra

5/4/2013

Antigua Barracuda Leaving Haven

5/25/2013

Wilmington Hammerheads To Be Determined*

6/7/2013

Phoenix FC Wolves Empire Theory

6/9/2013

Antigua Barracuda Savi Fernandez

6/22/2013

Fluminise Latin Band

6/29/2013

Richmond Kickers A Brilliant Lie

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