While more concerts are being postponed than announced these days, that doesn’t mean venues aren’t still trying to book shows. Case in point: The Bilheimer Capitol Theatre has announced blues guitarist Keb’ Mo’ is coming to Clearwater on Dec. 13. Tickets are $35.50 and up. Click here.
Seventies rock veteran Jim Messina is coming to the Bilheimer Capitol Theatre on Feb. 6. Tickets are $35 and up. Click here.
Bluegrass outfit the Travelin’ McCourys are coming to the Bilheimer Capitol Theatre on Nov. 11. Tickets are $25 and up. Click here.
Another bluegrass group, the SteelDrivers, will play the Bilheimer Capitol Theatre on Aug. 28. Tickets are $25 and up. Click here.
Whose Live Anyway, an improv show featuring Whose Line Is It Anyway? alums Ryan Stiles, Greg Proops, Jeff B. Davis and Joel Murray, is coming to Ruth Eckerd Hall on Feb. 25. Tickets are $43.25 and up. Click here.
Neil Berg’s 50 Years of Rock 'n' Roll is returning to Ruth Eckerd Hall on Jan. 31. Tickets are $39 and up. Click here.
Latin Grammy-winning guitarist Alex Cuba has already postponed his performance at the Straz Center once, from June 5 to Oct. 2. Now it’s been canceled outright. Click here.
As Tampa concerts keep getting canceled and postponed left and right, the same is happening in Orlando. At the Amway Center, a number of upcoming shows have been postponed, including Elton John (May 28), Dude Perfect (May 30), Tame Impala (June 12), Roger Waters (Sept. 12) and Chris Stapleton (July 17, postponed to Nov. 12, 2021). A couple have also been canceled outright: Slipknot (June 14) and Camila Cabello (Sept. 25). Click here.
The latest artist to get his own Tampa Bay craft beer: Chris Daughtry. The American Idol alum has collaborated with Rock Brothers Brewing (which has previously worked with 311, Hootie and the Blowfish and Umphrey’s McGee) on September Ale, which you can order online. Click here.