Orlando Concert Highlights for September 2012

A lot of great music coming to Orlando in September. Here are our picks for the ones you should check out:

 

… Jennifer Lopez and Enrique Iglesias …

September 2 – Jennifer Lopez and Enrique Iglesias – Amway Center
Two of the biggest names in Latin pop are hitting the road together and the tour brings them to Orlando this month. Get your dance shoes on for this show.
Tickets: $27.50-$147

September 2 – K92 All-Star Acoustic Jam – Hard Rock Live
Country artists like Sara Evans, Uncle Kracker, Lonestar, and Thompson Square, will take the stage in a concert to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House.
Tickets: $39-$65

September 2 – Pepper with The Supervillains – House of Blues
This American reggae band has toured with the likes of 311 and The Wailers, and this year they were one of the Warped Tour headliners. Orlando’s The Supervillains opens the show.
Tickets: $27.50

September 6 – (hed)PE – The Social
(hed)PE have mixed socio-political lyrics with hardcore rock music into hits for over a decade. This all-ages show is sure to turn the venue into a mosh pit down front.
Tickets: $20

September 7 – Owl City – The Beacham
Owl City, also known to friends and family as Adam Young, ruled the airwaves four years ago with the song “Fireflies.” If you want a concert full of feel good pop tunes, this is it.
Tickets: $22-$32

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Orlando Concert Highlights for August 2012

A lot of great music coming to Orlando in August. Here are our picks for the ones you should check out:

August 03 – Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks – Amway Center
Stewart’s career has spanned five decades and Nicks’ career has spanned four. Stewart has sung many classics from “Maggie May” to the standards he’s covered in recent years. Nicks has had an amazing career both as a member of Fleetwood Mac and as a solo artist. Between the two, there are so many hits, you won’t go away disappointed.
Tickets: $45-$145

Ted Nugent

August 05 – GIGANT3S feat. Chayanne, Marco Antonio Solis & Marc Anthony – Amway Center
Marc Anthony, Marco Antonio Solis, and Chayanne are three of the biggest names in Latin music, and they’re bringing their hits to Orlando in the middle of a 14-city tour. If you like Latin pop, this is a must-see tour.
Tickets: $66-$201

August 05 – Ted Nugent – House of Blues
As a solo artist and a member of 80s supergroup Damn Yankees, Nugent has recorded numerous hits in the last four decades. He’s one of the most popular rock guitarists alive and if you go, bring earplugs, because he likes to play extremely loud.
Tickets: $25.50

August 07 – Lindsey Buckingham – Plaza Live
Though best known as a member of Fleetwood Mac, Lindsey Buckingham has had several solo hits, as well. This show is nearly sold out, so don’t wait to get your tickets.
Tickets: $32.50-$100

August 08 – Aaron Neville – Plaza Live
Aaron Nevile has been performing since the early 60’s, and his latest CD finds him returning to his gospel roots. Neville has one of the most distinctive voices to come out of New Orleans. Opening will be Beth McKee.
Tickets: $25-$65

August 11 – Less Than Jake – The Beacham
Gainesville natives Less Than Jake are bringing their 20th Anniversary tour to The Beacham downtown. Opening this all ages rock show are Whole Wheat Bread, The Attack, and You Blew It!
Tickets: $20-$35

August 17 – Brian Culbertson & David Sanborn – Plaza Live
Brian Culbertson is a multi-instrumentalist who likes the funky side of jazz. David Sanborn is one of the best saxophonists and has won six Grammy Awards over his almost 40 year career. A great night of jazz is to be had at this show.
Tickets: $36-$56

Kenny Wayne Shepherd

August 17 – Steve Vai – House of Blues
A master of the guitar, Vai has pushed the boundaries of the instrument for almost 30 years. He plays the fine line between technical ability and emotional playing with ease. If you love guitar, this is a show not to miss.
Tickets: $27

August 28 – Big Time Rush – Amway Center
If you have a teen girl who watches Nickelodeon, chances are she’s a fan of BTR. The quartet is huge with teens and kids, and tickets are very pocket friendly priced. Australian pop star Cody Simpson will open the show.
Tickets: $18.50-$57.50

August 28 – Kenny Wayne Shepherd – House of Blues
He met Stevie Ray Vaughan when he was seven, and ever since, Kenny Wayne Shepherd has been one of the best blues rock guitarists of his generation. He can go from traditional blues to more melodic rock without missing a beat.
Tickets: $25

2012 Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival to Take Place May 16-28

As far as Orlando cultural events go, the annual Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival is one of the city’s biggest. Voted “Best Festival” by the Orlando Weekly for nine consecutive years, the 2012 Festival showcases over 500 theatrical performances over a thirteen-day period, throughout ten indoor venues at Loch Haven Park.

This year’s event, which marks its 21st year, takes place from May 16 through 28.

To attend any of the performances, you must first purchase an $8 fest button. Proceeds from these buttons are what fund the festival.

Then you can attend the actual performances, which range in price from free to $11. Any money raised by individual tickets goes to the artists performing that particular show.

In addition to ticketed performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center (812 E Rollins St. Orlando, FL 32803) and Orlando Repertory Theatre (1001 E. Princeton Street, Orlando, FL 32803), the Orlando Fringe Festival hosts a number of interdisciplinary activities and exhibits.

Kids Fringe, held at the Mennello Museum of American Art (900 East Princeton Street, Orlando, FL 32803), offers free arts and theatre activities for the whole family from 10am to 4pm on the weekends. Visual Fringe is on display throughout Festival venues, and exhibit artwork is available for purchase.

Festival hours are 4pm to Midnight on weeknights, and 10am to Midnight on Saturdays and Sundays. Tickets for Festival performances can be purchased at www.OrlandoFringe.org, or during the Festival at Box Office locations in the Lowndes Shakespeare Center and the Orlando Repertory Theatre.

May 2012 Concert Highlights for Orlando

May 2012 is a busy month for musical artists bringing their tours through Orlando. Here’s our picks for shows to check out:

May 3 – The Fray – Hard Rock Live – $41.50-$76.50
This American band is often compared to England’s Coldplay due to the use of the piano as the lead instrument in their sound. They are currently touring for their third CD, Scars andStories.

..|: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

May 3 – Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – Amway Center – $35-$85
Hailing from nearby Gainesville, Florida, Petty and his band have spent the last several decades helping to shape the sound of American rock’n’roll. In 2002, they were inducted into the Rock’n’Roll Hall of Fame for doing so. They don’t tour very often anymore, so this is a rare chance to catch them live.

May 4 – All American Rejects – The Beacham – $25/$40
This pop punk band behind hits like “Gives You Hell” is back together and touring. Opening forthem is A Rocket To The Moon.

May 4 – Nickelback – Amway Center – $44-$88.50
Everyone claims to hate them, but their songs still dominate the charts and radio airplay, so they are laughing all the way to the bank. Also on this tour are Bush, Seether and My Darkest Days.

May 4 – Rusted Root – Plaza Live – $20 advance/$25 day of
One of the biggest jam bands to come out of the 90s, Rusted Root just celebrated their 20th anniversary together. They’re still going strong, with a new CD called Fortunate Freaks, due in stores this summer.

May 6 – Megadeth – Hard Rock Live – $30-$60
Forming Megadeth after a short stint with Metallica, frontman Dave Mustaine elevated his band to the top ranks of the metal genre. Don’t miss your chance to rock out to one of the original masters of the mosh pit. Lacuna Coil opens

May 7 – Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators – Hard Rock Live – $30-$45
He rose to fame as lead guitarist of bands like Guns ‘n’ Roses and Velvet Revolver, but even on hisown, Slash has command of the six-string that makes others weep in envy. He has a brand new CD due in stores later this month.
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The Social and The Beacham Concert Highlights for April 2012

Here’s some of our picks for shows not to miss at neighboring venues The Social and The Beacham for April 2012:

...|: Drive By Truckers

April 6 – Andrew W.K. – $20/$35
Andrew brings his high energy level rock show to The Beacham on this year’s tenth anniversary tour. Expect lots of headbanging.

April 13 – Drive By Truckers – $20/$25
The jam-band rock of Drive By Truckers rolls their country-soul-blues sound into The Beacham for a show on Friday the 13th.

April 14 – Los Amigos Invisibles – $20/$25
This Grammy-nominated band blends salsa, funk and acid-jazz into a wild blend that has gotten people dancing in over 60 countries. Their show at The Social should be no different.

April 19-22 – Florida Music Festival – $25
Held across several downtown venues, this year’s installment includes the llikes of Filter, Candlebox, The Dirty Heads, Seven Nations and more. Each night’s wristband grants you clubhopping access to all 10 venues participating. For more info check out the floridamusicfestival.com website.

For more information on these and other upcoming shows, visit thesocial.org. The Social is located at 54 North Orange Ave in Orlando.The Beacham is located right next door.

Plaza Live Concert Highlights for April 2012

Here’s some of our picks for shows not to miss at Plaza Live for April 2012:

April 6 – Pink Martini – $28.50 and up
From jazz to classical to pop and more, Pink Martini loves to explore the boundaries of music. They’ve collaborated with a roster that includes such diverse talent as Carol Channing and DJ DIMItri from Paris, and it’s not unusual to see more than a dozen musicians onstage at any point in time. They’ve been known to sell out Carnegie Hall, so here’s your chance to see them in a more intimate venue.

April 11 – Tower of Power – $26.50 and up
They formed in Oakland, California, in 1968, and spent the early 70s releasing a string of hits. They’ve also performed on hits from the likes of Huey Lewis, Rod Stewart, Smokey Robinson and David Sanborn. If you like classic soul and R&B, this is the show to catch.

...|: Jimmie Vaughan

April 13 – Jimmie Vaughan – $20 advance/$22 day of
Vaughan is a well respected and well loved bluesman, who, on his own and as a member of bands like the Fabulous Thunderbirds, has recorded a legacy of great music. On his newest release, Blues, Ballads and Favorites, Vaughan has covered tunes he loves that were written by others. It’s his first CD in nearly nine years and he says, ““I just wanted to do these songs and that was it, really. And like all of my albums this one is 100% totally selfish. I want people to like what I do but at the same time I have this strong feeling that if I don’t like it, I can’t expect them to.”

April 20 – Rick Springfield – $45 and up
Rick Springfield is a multi-hyphen entertainer whose resume includes actor and author. But music has always been his first love and he has a string of hits to prove it. Songs such as “Jessie’s Girl” and “I’ve Done Everything for You” are still radio staples, even more than 30 years after their release. Don’t miss this chance to see Rick perform live – he always puts on a great show.

April 27 – Chris Burns – $15 gen admission/$20 admission + CD
This show is a CD release party for Orlando’s own Chris Burns. This singer-songwriter has spent the last two years writing and recording his newest release, Out of the Well, so come on out and celebrate its release. $20 preferred tickets even get you a copy of the CD – that’s a deal!

For more information on these and other upcoming shows, visit plazaliveorlando.com. Plaza Live is located at 425 N. Bumby Ave. in Orlando.

Orlando This Weekend: November 25-27, 2011

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Here’s a round-up of concerts and other events happening in the Orlando area this weekend.

Friday, November 25:

  • 2012 Central Florida Auto Show at Orange County Convention Center – $9 adults/$5 military, senior citizens/$3 kids age 3-12
  • CIA at Garage Bar in Sanford – Free
  • ...|: Mira Sorvino

    Britt Daley (EP release party) w/guests at BackBooth – $7

  • Candlelight Processional feat. Mira Sorvino at Epcot at Walt Disney World – Free with park admission
  • Harbor Nights – Holiday Edition at Loews Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Orlando – $35 advance/$45 at door
  • The Legendary JC’s at The Social – $10
  • The Ludes w/guests at Will’s Pub – $5
  • Don Omar w/guests at House of Blues – $52
  • Raw Dawg Comedy presents Kevin James and Steve Lazlow at Route 46 in Sanford – $10
  • Sanford Art Walk in downtown Sanford – Free

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Orlando This Weekend: November 18-20, 2011

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Here’s a round-up of concerts and other events happening in the Orlando area this weekend.

Friday, November 18:

  • 14th Annual Classic Greek Step Show at Bob Carr P.A.C. – $15-$25
  • 15th Annual Jingle Eve in Ivanhoe Village – Free
  • Alesana w/guests at Firestone Live – $18
  • Avalon Jubilee Fall Carnival at Tanja King Memorial Park at Avalon Park – Free (rides/food extra)
  • ...|: Josh Turner

    Boom Chick at McRaney’s Tavern – $5

  • Burning Fair Verona w/guests at The Haven in Winter Park – Free
  • Cephalic w/guests at BackBooth – $8
  • Flicks on the Bricks feat. “Little Giants” in downtown Kissimmee – Free
  • Florida Classic Battle of the Bands at the Amway Center – $15-$27
  • Jim O’Rourke and The Rugs w/guests at Will’s Pub – $7
  • Kings County at Kitty O’Sheas in Lake Buena Vista – Free
  • Last Damn Show 13 feat Drake, Public Enemy and more at the St Pete Times Forum in Tampa – $25-$175
  • Light Up UCF 2011 feat. “Elf” at Knight’s Plaza at UCF Arena – Free
  • Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World – $62.95 adult/$57.95 age 3-9
  • Movie Under the Stars feat. “Zookeeper” at Town Park in Avalon Park – Free
  • Papa Grows Funk at Plaza Live – $15-$18
  • Bob Saget at Hard Rock Live – $35-$45
  • Sixty Watt Sun at Garage Bar in Sanford – Free
  • Southern Culture on the Skids w/guests at The Social – $15
  • Southern Pinball Festival at the Maitland Civic Center in Maitland -$15 adult (13 and older)/$5 children 12 and under/$35 3-day weekend pass
  • Josh Turner w/guest at House of Blues – $44

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Orlando Event Highlights – Week of November 14-17, 2011

Who says all the fun stuff to do happens on the weekends? In Orlando there’s plenty of stuff to do all week long.

Check out these concerts and events:

Monday, November 14:

  • ...|: Former President Bill Clinton

    Author Event: Former President Bill Clinton signing (8pm) at Barnes & Noble (E. Colonial) – Free

  • DailyCity.com Food Truck College Park Pod at Alchemy – Free (food extra)
  • Food Truck Crave feat. live entertainment from Emily Kopp and Chris Burns at Plaza Live – Free (food extra)
  • Hellbender w/guests at Will’s Pub – $6
  • Impact Wrestling at Universal Orlando – Free (no park admission required)
  • Low Dough Mondays presents Rocksteady Soundsystem at Will’s Pub- Free
  • Miller Music Mondays w/Jeff White at WaiTiki at the Wall Street Plaza – Free

Tuesday, November 15:

  • AP Tour feat. Four Year Strong w/guests at The Beacham – $18
  • CFL Blogger Tweet Up at Amigos Waterford Lakes – Free
  • ...|: Impact Wrestling

    Diverse Word Poetry Night at Dandelion Communitea Cafe – Free

  • Impact Wrestling at Universal Orlando – Free (no park admission required)
  • Korndogg’s Rock Band Karaoke at One Eyed Jacks at Wall St Plaza – Free
  • Sondre Lerche w/Peter Wolf Crier at The Social – $17
  • Maitland Food Truck Pod at Lake Lilly in Maitland – Free/Food extra
  • Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World – $56.95 adult/$51.95 age 3-9
  • The Protomen w/guests at The Haven in Winter Park – $12
  • Josh Ritter w/guest at Plaza Live – $18
  • Rockstar Karaoke w/the Leonard Brothers at Blue Martini at Mall at Millenia – Free
  • Taco Tuesday at Wall St. Cantina – Free w/$2 food & drink specials

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Orlando This Weekend: November 11-13, 2011

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Here’s a round-up of concerts and other events happening in the Orlando area this weekend.

Friday, November 11:

  • 21st Annual Holiday Open House at Lakeridge Winery in Clermont – Free
  • Afterglow Radio at Wall Street Plaza in downtown Orlando – $5
  • “Altar Boyz” at The Abbey in downtown Orlando – $21
  • Bender at Garage Bar in Sanford – Free
  • Benise at Plaza Live – $27.50-$85.50
  • Classic Albums Live: The Beatles “White Album” at Hard Rock Live – $15-$30
    ...|: Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
  • The David Crowder Band at House of Blues – $25
  • “Driving Miss Daisy” at Pointe Orlando P.A.C. – $20/$35 with dinner
  • Epcot International Food & Wine Festival feat. Big Bad Voodoo Daddy at Walt Disney World – Free with park admission (food & drink extra)
  • Festival of the Masters at Downtown Disney at Walt Disney World – Free
  • 5 Billion Dead w/guests at The Haven in Winter Park – $6
  • Light Up UCF 2011 opening night feat. “Home Alone” at Knight’s Plaza at UCF Arena – Free
  • Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World – $56.95 adult/$51.95 age 3-9
  • Ryan Montbleau Band w/guests at BackBooth – $12
  • Peter Murphy and She Wants Revenge at Firestone Live – $25
  • Not Just A Walk In The Dark! Downtown Orlando Ghost Tour at Orange County Regional History Center – $15-$30
  • Orlando Calling Launch Party at Wall St Plaza – $5
  • Servando y Florentino at Plaza Live – $35-$65
  • Volusia County Fair feat. Craig Campbell in Deland – $8 adults/$5 ages 6-12 (ride bracelets additional)
  • Worlds Within Us w/guests at Will’s Pub – $5

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Orlando This Weekend: November 04-06, 2011

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Here’s a round-up of concerts and other events happening in the Orlando area this weekend.

Friday, November 04:

  • 1st Friday Arts Stroll in Ivanhoe Village – Free
  • 1, 4, 5’s w/guests at Will’s Pub – $5
  • “Altar Boyz” at The Abbey in downtown Orlando – $21
  • Author Event: David McCullough (8pm) at Knowles Memorial Chapel at Rollins College in Winter Park – Free
  • ...|: Chris Cornell

    Broadway Across America presents “The Addams Family” at Bob Carr P.A.C. – $35.50$75.50

  • Chris Cornell at Hard Rock Live – $37-$82
  • Daddy Long Legs w/guests at McRaney’s Tavern – $5
  • Date Night feat. “Sherlock Holmes” at Harry P. Leu Gardens – $5 adult non-members/$2 children/Free adult members
  • “Driving Miss Daisy” at Pointe Orlando P.A.C. – $20/$35 with dinner
  • Epcot International Food & Wine Festival feat. Night Ranger at Walt Disney World – Free with park admission (food & drink extra)
  • Florida Metal Showcase V at Firestone Live – $10
  • “God of Carnage” at Lowndes Shakespeare Center – $26-$38
  • Iced Down at Garage Bar in Sanford – Free
  • J. Medicine Hat at Orlando Improv at Pointe Orlando – $19
  • Lady of the Lake Renaissance Faire in Tavares – $13 adults/$7 children
  • Yngwie Malmsteen w/guests at House of Blues – $27
  • Murphy Project (CD Release) w/guests at The Social – $8
  • Pinkberry Grand Opening at The Mall at Millenia – Free (food/drink extra)
  • Robotic Pirate Monkey w/guests at BackBooth – $15
  • Ryan Star w/guest at Plaza Live! – $12
  • Volusia County Fair in Deland – $8 adults/$5 ages 6-12 (ride bracelets additional)
  • Wednesday 13 w/guests at The Haven in Winter Park – $15

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Orlando Event Highlights – Week of October 31 – November 03, 2011

Who says all the fun stuff to do happens on the weekends? In Orlando there’s plenty of stuff to do all week long.

Check out these concerts and events:

Monday, October 31:

  • Brandt Brauer Frick w/guests at Plaza Live! – $12
  • ...|: Hanson
    Chimaira w/guests at Firestone Live – $18
  • DailyCity.com Food Truck College Park Pod at Alchemy – Free (food extra)
  • Epcot International Food & Wine Festival feat. Hanson at Walt Disney World – Free with park admission (food & drink extra)
  • Halloween Horror Nights XXI at Universal Studios – $81.99 single night/$41.99-$66.99 single night with Coke or Burger King FL resident coupon/$69.99-$219.99 multi-night passes
  • Haunted Swamp Walk of Terror at Enzian Theater in Maitland – $10 advance/$15 day of/$25 VIP
  • Low Dough Mondays presents Rocksteady Soundsystem at Will’s Pub- Free
  • Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World – $53.95-$67.95
  • Miller Music Mondays w/Jeff White at WaiTiki at the Wall Street Plaza – Free
  • An Old Town Halloween at Old Town in Kissimmee – Free
  • Kevin Seconds w/guests at McRaney’s Tavern – $10
  • Butch Walker and The Black Widows w/guests at The Social – $17

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Orlando This Weekend: October 28-30, 2011

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Here’s a round-up of concerts and other events happening in the Orlando area this weekend.

Friday, October 28:

  • “Altar Boyz” at The Abbey in downtown Orlando – $21
  • Astronautalis w/guests at Firestone Live – $5
  • Born From Ashes w/guests at The Haven in Winter Park – $5
  • ...|: Colbie Callait

    Colbie Caillat w/guests at House of Blues – $28

  • Mark Curry at Orlando Improv at Pointe Orlando – $23
  • Epcot International Food & Wine Festival feat. Gin Blossoms at Walt Disney World – Free with park admission (food & drink extra)
  • Flicks on the Bricks feat. “Monsters, Inc” at Toho Square in downtown Kissimmee – Free
  • Ghost Stories at Harry P. Leu Gardens – $10 adult non-members/$5 adult members and children
  • “God of Carnage” at Lowndes Shakespeare Center – $26-$38
  • Guns n’ Roses at Amway Center – $45
  • Halloween Horror Nights XXI at Universal Studios – $81.99 single night/$41.99-$66.99 single night with Coke or Burger King FL resident coupon/$69.99-$219.99 multi-night passes
  • Haunted Swamp Walk of Terror at Enzian Theater in Maitland – $10 advance/$15 day of/$25 VIP
  • Lionize w/guests at Will’s Pub – $10
  • “Little Shop of Horrors” at Garden Theatre in Winter Garden – $22-$26
  • Locos Por Juana w/guests at The Social – $5
  • Beth McKee (CD release) at Plaza Live! – $15
  • Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World – $53.95-$67.95
  • Movie Under the Stars feat. “It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown” at Avalon Park downtown – Free
  • My Generation at Garage Bar in Sanford – Free
  • An Old Town Halloween at Old Town in Kissimmee – Free
  • Raw Dawg Comedy presents Frankie Paul w/guests at Route 46 in Sanford – $10
  • SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular at SeaWorld Orlando – Free with park admission
  • Gloria Steinem at Alfond Sports Center at Rollins College in Winter Park – Free
  • Vulcan Events presents Away Mission: Orlando feat. Patrick Stewart and Jewel Staite – $20-$45 daily /$69-$89 weekend pass
  • Yelp Free Day at Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens in Winter Park – Free (just mention Yelp)

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Orlando Event Highlights – Week of October 24-27, 2011

Who says all the fun stuff to do happens on the weekends? In Orlando there’s plenty of stuff to do all week long.

Check out these concerts and events:

Monday, October 24:

  • ...|: Boyz II Men

    DailyCity.com Food Truck College Park Pod at Alchemy – Free (food extra)

  • Epcot International Food & Wine Festival feat. Boyz II Men at Walt Disney World – Free with park admission (food & drink extra)
  • Miller Music Mondays w/Jeff White at WaiTiki at the Wall Street Plaza – Free
  • Shannon and the Clams w/guests at Will’s Pub – $7
  • The Toasters w/guests at The Social – $14

Tuesday, October 25:

  • Deas Vail at McRaney’s Tavern – $10
  • Dissident Aggressor w/guests at Will’s Pub – $6
  • Diverse Word Poetry Night at Dandelion Communitea Cafe – Free
  • EP3 w/guests at BackBooth – $10
  • Epcot International Food & Wine Festival feat. Boyz II Men at Walt Disney World – Free with park admission (food & drink extra)
  • Korndogg’s Rock Band Karaoke at One Eyed Jacks at Wall St Plaza – Free
  • Maitland Food Truck Pod at Lake Lilly in Maitland – Free/Food extra
  • Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World – $53.95-$67.95
  • Orlando aLive at The Social – $5
  • Rockstar Karaoke w/the Leonard Brothers at Blue Martini at Mall at Millenia – Free
  • Taco Tuesday at Wall St. Cantina – Free w/$2 food & drink specials
  • Yelp Free Tour Day at Morse Museum of American Art in Winter Park- Free (just mention Yelp)

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Orlando This Weekend: October 21-23, 2011

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Here’s a round-up of concerts and other events happening in the Orlando area this weekend.

Friday, October 21:

  • “Altar Boyz” at The Abbey in downtown Orlando – $21
  • Appetite for Destruction (GnR tribute) at The Social – $10
  • ...|: Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull & Prince Royce

    Art: “The Last Show on Earth” Opening Reception at Twelve21 Gallery – Free

  • Beebs and Her Money Makers w/guests at Will’s Pub – $7
  • Bela Fleck & the Original Flecktones at House of Blues – $27
  • John Corabi w/The Trans Ams at Garage Bar in Sanford – $10
  • Epcot International Food & Wine Festival feat. The Orchestra starring former members of ELO at Walt Disney World – Free with park admission (food & drink extra)
  • “God of Carnage” at Lowndes Shakespeare Center – $26-$38
  • Halloween Horror Nights XXI at Universal Studios – $81.99 single night/$41.99-$66.99 single night with Coke or Burger King FL resident coupon/$69.99-$219.99 multi-night passes
  • Haunted Swamp Walk of Terror at Enzian Theater in Maitland – $10 advance/$15 day of/$25 VIP
  • Enrique Iglesias w/Pitbull and Prince Royce at Amway Center – $18.50-$87.50
  • Insane Clown Posse w/guests at Firestone Live – $35.50
  • Sonia Leigh w/guests at Plaza Live! – $13
  • “Little Shop of Horrors” at Garden Theatre in Winter Garden – $22-$26
  • Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World – $53.95-$67.95
  • Off! w/guests at BackBooth – $15
  • An Old Town Halloween at Old Town in Kissimmee – Free
  • Orlando Ballet presents “Vampire’s Ball” at Bob Carr P.A.C. – $15-$75
  • Orlando Film Festival at Plaza Cinema Cafe in downtown Orlando – $5 daily/$15 five-day pass/$100 VIP fest pass
  • Street Talk at Garage Bar in Sanford – Free
  • Them (Tribute to King Diamond) w/guests at The Haven in Winter Park – $6
  • Tribal Seeds w/guests at The Social – $14
  • XFC 14 “Resurrection” Mixed Martial Arts at UCF Arena – $10-$50

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