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SoundBytes: Green Day, A Day to Remember, Electric Wizard, Louis C.K. and more

Catch up on today’s Tampa Bay concert announcements.
Green Day performs at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa in 2017. [LUIS SANTANA | Tampa Bay Times]
Published Sep. 11
Updated Sep. 12
  • This tour is skipping Tampa, it seems, but it might be worth a drive. Green Day, Fall Out Boy, Weezer and the Interrupters are teaming up for the enormous Hella Mega Tour that’ll hit Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium on Aug. 5 and Jacksonville’s TIAA Bank Field on Aug. 6. Click here for details.
  • Speaking of out-of-town shows, Central Florida metalcore heroes A Day to Remember and Underoath are joining forces for two semihometown concerts at Orlando’s House of Blues on Nov. 26 and 27. Click here.
  • After postponing a performance in August, multimedia mogul Wendy Williams has officially canceled her Sept. 21 show at the Mahaffey Theater in St. Petersburg. For details, click here.
  • Oscar-winning comic and actor Mo’Nique is coming to the Improv in Tampa’s Ybor City on Nov. 1 and 2. Tickets are $40 and up. Click here.
  • Todd Barry is coming to Side Splitters on Feb. 13. Tickets are $20 and up. Click here.
  • Accused serial harasser Louis C.K. will continue his long comedy comeback with a series of shows next week at McCurdy’s Comedy Theater in Sarasota. He’ll perform eight shows there from Sept. 15-18. Tickets are $40 and up. Click here.
  • British doom metal veterans Electric Wizard are coming to Jannus Live in St. Petersburg on Nov. 15. Click here.
  • Also coming to Jannus Live: Fortunate Youth with Passafire on Jan. 24. Click here.
  • Fever 333 have canceled their September tour dates, including a Sept. 20 show at Crowbar in Tampa’s Ybor City, due to “complications from a lung condition” on the part of singer Jason Aalon Butler. Refunds are available at point of purchase. Click here.
  • Rappers Dizzy Wright and Rittz are coming to Crowbar on Nov. 19 alongside Ekoh and Whitney Peyton. Tickets are $20 and up. Click here.
  • Dumpstaphunk is coming to Crowbar on Nov. 24. Tickets are $22 and up. Click here.
  • Busking sensations Too Many Zooz will perform at Crowbar on Jan. 14. Tickets are $18.50 and up. Click here.
  • Southern Culture on the Skids is returning to Skipper’s Smokehouse in Tampa on Jan. 25. Tickets are $15 and up. Click here.
  • Casey Donahew is coming to Tampa’s Dallas Bull on Oct. 4. Tickets are $12 and up. Click here.

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