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New concerts: Coheed and Cambria, Yung Pinch, Howie Mandel, Slipknot

Catch up on today’s Tampa Bay concert announcements.
Coheed and Cambria will perform at Jannus Live in St. Petersburg on Oct. 13. [Roadrunner Records]
Coheed and Cambria will perform at Jannus Live in St. Petersburg on Oct. 13. [Roadrunner Records]
Published Feb. 4
  • Alt-prog-rockers Coheed and Cambria are bringing their fall tour to Jannus Live in St. Petersburg on Oct. 13. Chon will open. Click here.
  • Rapper Yung Pinch is coming to Tampa’s Ritz Ybor on May 8. Click here.
  • Hot off announcing their first new album in nearly 30 years, the Psychedelic Furs are coming to the Nancy and David Bilheimer Capitol Theatre in Clearwater on April 15. Tickets are $35.50 and up. Click here.
  • Howie Mandel is coming to the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Tampa on March 21, 2020. Tickets are $40 and up. Click here.
  • Eddie Griffin is coming to the Improv in Tampa on April 3-4. Tickets are $40 and up. Click here.
  • Tampa’s Gasparilla Music Festival and Soho Cycling are teaming up for an outdoor spin event called Ride the Park on March 6, the eve of the festival. The highlight: A performance by Tone Loc. Click here for details.
  • Here’s a big new show coming to the Amway Center in Orlando: Slipknot’s Knotfest Roadshow on June 14. But that’s not the big news. Opening the tour this summer are two bands with Central Florida roots, Underoath (who formed in Ocala but have been based in Tampa Bay for ages) and Ocala-bred, Orlando-based A Day to Remember. In November, Underoath and A Day to Remember played a string of shows at Orlando’s House of Blues that all sold out insanely quickly, so if you think there won’t be demand for this one, you’re mistaken. Code Orange also opens. Click here.

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  5. In this Sept. 15, 2004 file photo, recording artist Whitney Houston performs at the 2004 World Music Awards at the Thomas and Mack Arena in Las Vegas. Houston is about to appear on the concert stage again. Eight years after her death, five years after the show was conceived and a year after production began, a holographic Houston will embark on a European tour starting Feb. 25, with U.S. dates expected to follow. The singer's sister-in-law and former manager Pat Houston says it's the right time for a revival, and says it's a show Whitney Houston would've wanted. The concerts will feature a projected Houston performing most of her biggest hits, including “I Will Always Love You," with real backup dancers and a live band. (AP Photo/Eric Jamison, file)
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  7. Plant City's Fancy Farms off County Line Road will host its annual U-pick event on Feb. 22.
  8. Joe Bonamassa will perform at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater on Feb. 24-25.
  9. Little Big Town will perform at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater on Feb. 26 and 27.
  10. Ozzy Osbourne arrives at the Pre-Grammy Gala and Salute to Industry Icons at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Jan. 25 in Beverly Hills, Calif.
  11. AJR performs during 97X Next Big Thing at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa in 2018.
  12. Rezz will perform at the 2020 Sunset Music Festival at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.
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