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Macklemore, Ryan Lewis coming to Sun Dome

Hands down, the USF Sun Dome is winning our year. Already this fall, they've got concerts coming up by Fall Out Boy, Imagine Dragons, the Lumineers and Sigur Ros. Now they've just added the biggest pop hitmakers of the year: Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.

The rapper and DJ/producer behind Thrift Shop and Can't Hold Us will perform in Tampa on Nov. 23, according to the venue. And lest you think this is purely a pop show, respected rappers Talib Kweli and Big K.R.I.T. will open the show. Tickets are $35-$45 and they'll go onsale Friday. Click here.

You'd best get to Goodwill and start poppin' tags — everyone in Tampa Bay is gonna be rocking their best leopard minks, flannel zebra jammies and Pro Wing Velcros at this one.

Macklemore, Ryan Lewis coming to Sun Dome 06/24/13 [Last modified: Monday, June 24, 2013 1:39pm]
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