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Ticket Window: Jimmy Fallon, Jay Leno, 'Book of Mormon,' O.A.R., Cedric the Entertainer and more



Talk about a blockbuster week for Tampa Bay concert and event tickets going on sale. You have both the outgoing Tonight Show host (Jay Leno), the incoming Tonight Show host (Jimmy Fallon), the biggest Broadway musical in years (The Book of Mormon) and dozens of concerts and events at Clearwater’s renovated Capitol Theatre.

Take a deep breath, because concerts and events with tickets going on sale this week include: The Underachievers (Sept. 27, State Theatre), Cedric the Entertainer (Oct. 5, Mahaffey Theater), Resinated (Oct. 10, Local 662), Kellie Pickler (Oct. 11, Ruth Eckerd Hall), Jimmy Fallon’s Clean Cut Comedy Tour with Julian McCullough, Nate Bargatze and Nick Thune (Oct. 16, Tampa Theatre), Fortunate Youth (Nov. 2, Local 662), Suicide Girls (Nov. 8, State Theatre), The Book of Mormon (Nov. 12-24, Straz Center), The Chariot (Nov. 15, Orpheum), O.A.R. (Nov. 17, Jannus Live), Cope (Nov. 23, State Theatre), August Burns Red (Dec. 7, Ritz Ybor), Michael McDonald (Dec. 18, Capitol Theatre), Sinbad (Dec. 19, Capitol Theatre), Rockapella (Dec. 20, Capitol Theatre), Outback Bowl (Jan. 1, Raymond James Stadium), Katharine McPhee (Jan. 11, Capitol Theatre), Chris Botti (Jan. 18, Capitol Theatre), Don Williams (Jan. 24, Capitol Theatre), Shawn Colvin (Jan. 25, Capitol Theatre), Jackie Mason (Feb. 1, Capitol Theatre), Jay Leno (Feb. 9, Capitol Theatre), Pavlo (Feb. 14, Capitol Theatre), Melissa Manchester (Feb. 15, Capitol Theatre), Edwin McCain (Feb. 20, Capitol Theatre), Dave Mason’s Traffic Jam (Feb. 21, Capitol Theatre), Peter Nero: The Gershwin Project (Feb. 28, Mahaffey Theater), Bob Newhart (March 1, Capitol Theatre), Don McLean (March 7, Capitol Theatre), Gino Vannelli (March 8, Capitol Theatre), Michael Bolton (March 10, Capitol Theatre), Joan Rivers (March 14, Capitol Theatre), Aaron Neville and Dirty Dozen Brass Band (March 15, Capitol Theatre), Marc Cohn (March 21, Capitol Theatre), Al Stewart (March 22, Capitol Theatre), Steve Hackett: Genesis Revisited (April 3, Capitol Theatre), Paul Anka (April 4, Ruth Eckerd Hall), and Judy Collins (April 11, Capitol Theatre). Whew.

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[Last modified: Wednesday, August 21, 2013 5:52pm]


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