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  1. From left, Ronnie Wood, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones perform at the Rose Bowl on Aug. 22, 2019, in Pasadena, Calif.
  2. The Black Keys will perform at Jannus Live in St. Petersburg on Sept. 20, 2021.
  3. Manager Budd Carr, from left, drummer Phil Ehart and vocalist and violinist Robert E. “Robby” Steinhardt, of Kansas, with director Charley Randazzo arrive at the 30th Santa Barbara International Film Festival Montecito Award ceremony on Jan. 30, 2015, in Santa Barbara, Calif. Steinhardt, a native of Lawrence, Kan., who was an original member of the band, died Saturday, July 17, 2021, due to complications from pancreatitis. He was 71.
  4. Nitti Gritti and Wuki perform on the main stage during day two of the Sunset Music Festival on May 30, 2021.
  5. Fans at the 2016 Metrocon pose for a photo at the Tampa Convention Center. The convention for anime fans was canceled last year but returns July 23-25.
  6. People check out Impulse on the dancefloor at Skipper's Smokehouse in 2012. The venue, which opened in 1980 and closed in 2020, has officially reopened in Tampa.
  7. Lead singer Nicholas Petricca and the Ohio alt-pop band Walk the Moon perform at the State Theatre in St. Petersburg in May 2014.
  8. In this 2019 file photo, Marilyn Manson attends the ninth annual "Home for the Holidays" benefit concert in Los Angeles. On July 2 Manson turned himself in to law enforcement in Los Angeles in relation to a 2019 arrest warrant for acts alleged to have occurred while performing a concert in Gilford, NH. Warner was processed and released on personal recognizance bail.
  9. Jack Harlow performs at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in 2019.
  10. Theo Severson, 43, and Chris Wood, 45, are the DJ pair behind Emo Night Tampa. The duo now has an emo radio show on WMNF.
  11. A portrait of Britney Spears looms over supporters and media members outside a court hearing concerning the pop singer's conservatorship at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse, Wednesday, June 23, 2021, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)
  12. Omarion will bring his Millennium Tour to Amalie Arena in Tampa.
  13. Fans of pop superstar Beyoncé —  aka the “Beyhive” — spammed review site Yelp with snarky, negative comments about rapper Trick Daddy's Miami Gardens restaurant Sunday’s Eatery. They were responding to his comment that “Beyoncé can’t sing.”
  14. Pitbull performs on stage at the Amalie Arena in Tampa as part of his co-headling show with Enrique Iglesias in 2017.
  15. Busch Gardens has made its new end-of-night show “Spark” a nightly event that can be viewed every evening through Aug. 8. The show will then switch back to weekends only through Labor Day. “Spark” is Busch Gardens’ largest fireworks display ever, with lasers, pyrotechnics and water elements.
  16. Kenny Chesney, shown here performing at Tampa's Raymond James Stadium in 2018, will kick off his 2022 tour there next April.
  17. Dusty Hill, left, and Billy Gibbons from ZZ Top perform in Tampa in 2010.
  18. St. Petersburg rapper Rod Wave will perform in Tampa at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre.
  19. Jess Carson, from left, Mark Wystrach and Cameron Duddy, of Midland, pose in the press room with the award for new vocal duo or group of the year at the 53rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in 2018, in Las Vegas. The band was supposed to perform in Tampa but the show has disappeared from its official tour schedule
  20. Three-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Eric Clapton is coming to Tampa’s Amalie Arena at 8 p.m. Sept. 25. He’ll be joined by special guest Jimmie Vaughan.
  21. In this April 18, 2021 photo, Rapper Polo G watches the second half of a Heat-Nets game in Miami. Officials say rapper Polo G has been arrested in Miami on charges including battery on a police officer, resisting arrest with violence and criminal mischief. Jail records show 22-year-old Taurus Bartlett was booked into jail on Saturday.
  22. In this photo provided by Nzazi Malonga, Shock G, left, poses at the "All Eyez On Me" film premiere in Los Angeles on June 14, 2017. Shock G, who blended whimsical wordplay with reverence for '70s funk as leader of the off-kilter hip-hop group Digital Underground, has died. He was 57. Nzazi Malonga, a longtime friend who served as head of security and helped manage the group, said the rapper-producer was found unresponsive Thursday, April 22, 2021, in a hotel room in Tampa, Fla. (Nzazi Malonga via AP)
  23. Rock & Roll Hall of Famer and six-time Grammy winner Van Morrison performs at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater in 2017.
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