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SoundBytes: Meghan Trainor, Oliver Heldens, Rick Ross, Jesus Culture and more



-- In case you missed it: Chart-topper Meghan Trainor, the Grammy winner for Best New Artist, has announced a show in Orlando. She'll perform at the CFE Arena on Sept. 18, with opening act Hailee Steinfeld. Tickets are $27.95 and up. Click here.

-- Rick Ross is slated to make a club appearance at Whiskey North in Tampa on May 7. You know how these appearances can go, of course, but tickets are $25 if you want to take a chance. Click here.

-- One of the weirdest bookings you're going to see in Tampa in some time: '80s pop outfit Modern English (I Melt With You) at the American Legion Seminole Post 111, 6918 N Florida Ave. in Tampa. Yes, this is the same bar where Parquet Courts and Merchandise played last year. Tickets are $12. Click here.

-- She Wants Revenge is going out on tour in celebration of the 10th anniversary of its self-titled debut album, and they're coming to the Ritz Ybor on June 4. Tickets are $22.50 and up. Click here.

-- Drake's tour with Future, which comes to Amalie Arena on Aug. 27, promises appearnaces by "special guests." Looks like those guests will include Roy Woods and DVSN, the latter of whom appears on Drake's new album Views. Click here.

-- Jesus Culture, a popular California-based collective of worship leaders and musicians who've sold more than a million albums worldwide, is coming to the USF Sun Dome on June 27. Tickets are $26.50 and up. Click here.

-- EDM roundup: Infected Mushroom are returning to Tampa for a June 10 gig at the Ritz Ybor (click here); it's billed as part of the Amphitheatre's #Pound Fridays, but the Amp, of course, is indisposed at the moment due to fire. Meanwhile. Shephard's Beach Resort is keeping its calendar packed with shows by Oliver Heldens (May 14), R3Hab (May 29), Vicetone (June 5), Watermat (June 19) and others. Click here for a rundown.

-- New show at the Orpheum: letlive. with Seahaven and Night Verses on June 26. Tickets are $16 and up. Click here.

-- Pinegrove, an "emo/alt-country" group that just got a rave review from Consequence of Sound, is going on tour and hitting the Skatepark of Tampa's Epic Problem on July 5. Click here.

-- Harry and the Potters will open for Koo Koo Kanga Roo at Epic Problem on July 27. Click here.

-- Yung Lean is coming to the Orpheum in Tampa along with Sadboys on June 13. Tickets are $20 and up. Click here.

-- And in case you missed it, Orlando's Citrus Bowl has changed its name to Camping World Stadium. Click here.

-- Jay Cridlin

[Last modified: Thursday, April 28, 2016 11:07pm]


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