Mid-Week Break: Orlando Around the Web for April 14, 2011

While I’m working hard to bring you news and reviews of things happening around Orlando and its surroundings, there are some other great blogs out there who are doing the same.

|: Bert Takes On Universal

So here are some recent posts that you might enjoy reading:

The Orlando Sentinel has a recap of last Wednesday’s first Orlando Food Truck Pod downtown at the Firestone Live. Don’t forget – it happens every Wednesday.

YourBeerNetwork has an article about drinking around the World at Epcot. Dave should come back in the fall for Food & Wine fest when there are even more beer options.

Travelin’ Gringo headed out to last weekend’s Leesburg Bikefest and brought back photos.

Travel Channel’s Bert the Conqueror was out at Universal’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter and has a teaser video to prove it.

Back to the Orlando Sentinel, where the review of Ricky Martin’s recent concert makes me wish I’d been there, too.

Pulse of Central Florida attended the Scissor Sisters show at the Hard Rock Live. I love that band! Some great photos, too.

Another great photo gallery to check out is Tasty Chomps post on the Great American Pie Festival from last weekend.

Have you written something about Orlando online, or have you read something worth sharing? Drop us a note with the link and we could share it here next week.

Scissor Sisters to Play Hard Rock Live Orlando in April 2011

The Hard Rock Live at Universal Orlando announced this week that the Scissor Sisters will be bringing their tour to our city next spring.

The band formed in 2001, but it wasn’t until the 2004 release of their self-titled debut that they reached the masses with their funky pop rock sound that owed more to the 70s-era disco, glam rock and NYC clubs than the current music scene.

Since then, they’ve achieved critical acclaim and recorded with legends like Elton John.

They released their third album, Night Work, earlier this year and will be playing the Hard Rock Live Orlando on April 7, 2011.

Tickets are priced at $25 and $35 (plus tax and fees) and go on sale this Friday, November 19.

Here’s the video for their one of their first hits, “Take Your Mama.”

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