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New concerts: Kris Kristofferson, Postmodern Jukebox, Silverstein

And that’s just a sampling.
Country singer-songwriter Kris Kristofferson appeared in "Dolphin Tale 2," which was filmed in Pinellas County. [WILSON WEBB | Alcon Entertainment]
Published Oct. 7
Updated Oct. 8

Country legend Kris Kristofferson, whose career was among those featured in the recent Ken Burns PBS documentary series Country Music, is no stranger to Tampa Bay. He came here to film Dolphin Tale and Dolphin Tale 2. Now he’s coming back for a concert on Jan. 26 at Clearwater’s Nancy and David Bilheimer Capitol Theatre. Tickets are $55 and up. Click here.

Returning to Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater next summer: the Happy Together Tour, which features the Turtles, Chuck Negron, the Association, Jay Lindsay, the Vogues and the Cowsills. Tickets are $39 and up. Click here.

Jade Cicada is performing at St. Petersburg’s Jannus Live on Dec. 13 alongside Detox Unit and more. Tickets are $22.50 and up. Click here.

Playful retro-swing maestros Postmodern Jukebox are visiting Tampa Theatre on March 7. Tickets are $34.50. Click here.

Silverstein is embarking on a 20th anniversary tour featuring Four Year Strong and I the Mighty, and it’ll stop at Jannus Live on March 14. Tickets are $28 and up. Click here.

California metal veterans Machine Head will embark on a 25th anniversary tour for their album Burn My Eyes, hitting the Ritz Ybor in Tampa on Jan. 28. Click here.

Also heading to the Ritz Ybor: DJ and producer Sullivan King on Dec. 13. Click here.

Citizen Cope is returning to Jannus Live on Jan. 31. Click here.

Country duo Dan and Shay are going on their first headlining arena tour, and they’ll play Orlando’s Amway Center next Oct. 1. Click here.


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