The 55th Grammy Awards are in progress, and it's time for us to ask: Which winners and performers from Sunday night's ceremony are coming to Tampa Bay?
While we're unlikely to get a show by Mumford & Sons, the Black Keys or Frank Ocean anytime soon, we do have some good news: Plenty of Grammmy winners and performers do have shows booked here. Here's a rundown:
-- Taylor Swift, of course, who opened the Grammys and won an award, will be at the Tampa Bay Times Forum on April 19 -- but good luck getting tickets to that one. You might try your luck at her shows in Orlando on April 11 and 12. At all shows, Grammmy performer Ed Sheeran will open up.
-- The very next night, April 20, Grammy performer and winner Rihanna will perform at the Forum. Click here.
-- The Preservation Hall Jazz Band, who performed with the Black Keys and Dr. John, will be at the Mahaffey Theater with the Del McCoury Band on Feb. 17. Click here.
-- Best Country Album winners Zac Brown Band will be at the Live Nation Amphitheatre at the Florida State Fairgrounds on Feb. 22. Click here.
-- Best New Artist nominee Hunter Hayes, who performed at the Grammys, will perform at the Florida Strawberry Festival on March 10. Click here.
-- Miguel, who performed and won Best R&B Song, will open for Grammy performer Alicia Keys at the Tampa Bay Times Forum on March 24. Click here.
-- Chick Corea, who won Best Improvised Jazz Solo and Best Instrumental Composition, will be at Ruth Eckerd Hall with Bela Fleck on March 24. Click here.
-- Jazz favorite Chris Botti, who won Best Pop Instrumental Album, will be at Ruth Eckerd Hall on April 27. Click here.
-- The Steep Canyon Rangers, winners of Best Bluegrass Album, will play with Steve Martin at the Mahaffey Theater on May 23. Click here.
-- Latin music superstar Juanes, the winner of Best Latin Pop Album, will be at the Straz Center on June 30. Click here.
-- Miranda Lambert and Dierks Bentley, who performed on Sunday night's Grammy telecast, will perform at the Live Nation Amphitheatre on Sept. 21. Click here.
-- Little Big Town, who won Best Country Duo/Group performance, will be opening for Keith Urban at the Live Nation Amphitheatre on Oct. 4. Click here.
-- Jay Cridlin, tbt*