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New concerts: Andre Rieu, Damon Wayans, Warrant, more

Catch up on today’s Tampa Bay concert announcements.
André Rieu and the Johann Strauss Orchestra will perform at Amalie Arena on March 11, 2020. [André Rieu]
Published Oct. 4
Updated Oct. 7
  • PBS favorite and self-styled “King of the Waltz” Andre Rieu will return to Amalie Arena on March 11. Tickets are $69 and up. Click here.
  • Cherry Pie rockers Warrant have announced a concert at Ferg’s on Oct. 18. Nova Rex will open. Tickets are $18.75 and up. Click here.
  • Couple of big new comedy shows at the Improv to tell you about: Damon Wayans on Nov. 15-17 ($50 and up, click here) and Jay Pharaoh on Dec. 13-14 ($25 and up, click here).
  • Wax, Ubi and Lance Skiiwalker are performing at Ferg’s on Nov. 29. Tickets are $20 and up. Click here.
  • Claude VonStroke is DJ’ing at the Ritz Ybor on Dec. 7. Tickets are $15 and up. Click here.
  • Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Raquel Sofia is coming to Crowbar on Oct. 20. Tickets are $25 and up. Click here.
  • Stephen Christian and Christian McAlhaney of Anberlin are playing a two-night stand at the Attic in Ybor City on Jan. 18 and 19. Tickets are $35 and up. Click here.
  • Also coming to the Attic: Yarn on Nov. 8. Tickets are $15 and up. Click here.
  • MC Chris is returning to Crowbar on Nov. 29. Tickets are $13 and up. Click here.

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    Catch up on today’s Tampa Bay concert announcements.
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