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#PlayTampaBay: Mega fall concert preview

It's about to get loud in this week's Play Tampa Bay, when Michelle and Katie welcome a special guest, Times pop music critic Sean Daly, to preview the fall concert season in Tampa Bay. Here are all the details on those shows, and for even more things to do, go to

Michael Buble: Nov. 1 at the Tampa Bay Times Forum. $54.50-$115.

Josh Groban: Nov. 8 at the Tampa Bay Times Forum. $36.75-$96.75.

Imagine Dragons: Sept. 24 at the University of South Florida Sun Dome. $34.50-$39.50.

The Lumineers: Oct. 19 at the University of South Florida Sun Dome. $22.50-$42.50.

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis: Nov. 23 at the University of South Florida Sun Dome. $35-$45.

Miranda Lambert: Friday at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre. $38.25-$67.

Luke Bryan: Oct. 24-25 at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre. $29.50-$54.25.

Selena Gomez: Oct. 30 at the Tampa Bay Times Forum.

Drake: Nov. 6 at the Tampa Bay Times Forum.

Kanye West: Nov. 30 at the Tampa Bay Times Forum.

Which concerts are you looking forward to in the next few months? Leave us a comment or use the hashtag #PlayTampaBay on your Tweets and Instagrams to let us know. And follow us on Twitter (@thingstodotampa) and Facebook for daily updates on what's happening near you.

#PlayTampaBay: Mega fall concert preview 09/18/13 [Last modified: Thursday, September 19, 2013 1:47pm]
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