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SoundBytes: Big Boi, Daya, Dinosaur Jr., Guns N' Roses and more



-- Outkast rapper Big Boi will be in Tampa on Saturday, delivering a DJ set as the headliner of's annual Winter Wonder Ride. The event, featuring an all-ages bike ride starting at 4:30 p.m., will wrap up with a party at Curtis Hixon Park. Participation in the ride starts at $50; just the after-party is $20 and up. Click here for details.

-- Two weeks after performing at the 93.3-FLZ Jingle Ball on Dec. 17 in Tampa, Daya, who sang one of the year's biggest hit in the Chainsmokers' Don't Let Me Down, will return to Tampa Bay with a headlining New Year's Eve show at Jannus Live in St. Pete. Tickets start at $20. Click here.

-- Speaking of Daya, she'll also be performing at the Jingle Ball's free outdoor show on Dec. 17 outside Amalie Arena, alongside Jon Bellion, Sabrina Carpenter and Hey Violet. Click here.

-- And speaking of Sabrina Carpenter, the first 100 fans who bring an unwrapped toy to her sold-out show on Saturday at the State Theatre will win a meet-and-greet with the Girl Meets World star.

-- A few months after playing the Local 662, alt-rap act Clipping, featuring Hamilton star Daveed Diggs, will return to St. Petersburg to open for the Flaming Lips at Jannus Live on April 4. Click here.

-- One more semi-return engagement: Stevie Nicks and the Pretenders, who played Tampa's Amalie Arena last month, will play Orlando's Amway Center on March 21. Click here.

-- And another: Guns N' Roses, who played Orlando this summer, will be playing Miami's Marlins Park on Aug. 8. Click here.

-- Roxy Music frontman Bryan Ferry is performing at Hard Rock Live in Orlando on March 12. Click here.

-- Grunge guitar great J Mascis and Dinosaur Jr. will return to the State Theatre on March 28. Tickets are $26.50 and up. Click here.

-- If you missed Judah and the Lion at 97X Next Big Thing on Saturday, fear not: They just announced they'll be opening for Twenty One Pilots at Amalie Arena on Feb. 28. Click here.

-- Dan Adriano of Alkaline Trio and Matt Pryor of the Get Up Kids are teaming up for a tour that'll hit Crowbar on Feb. 18. Tickets are $12.50 and up. Click here.

-- Bradenton's We the Kings are going out on tour to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their popular self-titled album, featuring the hit Check Yes Juliet. They'll perform the album in its entirety on March 30 at the Orpheum.

-- The Capitol Theatre's March just got a lot busier, with four new shows announced today: Billy Joel tribute act Mike DelGuidice and Big Shot (March 16, click here), Gordon Lightfoot (March 17, click here) Sinbad (March 18, click here) and Los Lonely Boys (March 28, click here).

-- Jay Cridlin

[Last modified: Monday, December 5, 2016 1:20pm]


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