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Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls will perform at the Palladium in St. Petersburg on Nov. 6, 2019.
Published Jul. 15

-- Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls will perform at the Palladium in St. Petersburg on Nov. 6. Tickets are $41. Click here.

-- Multimedia mogul Wendy Williams is coming to St. Petersburg for a night of storytelling, stand-up and more. She'll be at the Mahaffey Theater on Aug. 2. Tickets are $49.75 and up. Click here.

-- The Straz Center just announced a handful of new shows that will go on sale to the public soon: JB Smoove on Oct. 12 (click here), Aaron Tippin on Oct. 22 (click here), Black Violin on Feb. 20 (click here), Il Volo on Feb. 24 (click here) and Neil deGrasse Tyson on April 7 (click here).

-- Punk legends Bad Religion are coming to Jannus Live on Sept. 18. Emily Davis and the Murder Police will open. Click here.

-- Comic Kevin James is coming to Ruth Eckerd Hall on Nov. 16. Tickets are $43.25. Click here.

-- Dave Koz is coming bringing his annual Christmas tour to Ruth Eckerd Hall on Dec. 3. Tickets are $37 and up. Click here.

-- Mock-metal heroes Steel Panther are coming to Jannus Live on Oct. 9. Tickets go on sale Friday. Click here.

-- Arlo Guthrie is coming to the Bilheimer Capitol Theatre on Feb. 9. Tickets are $42 and up. Click here.

-- Ari Lennox will open for Lizzo on Sept. 10 at the Yuengling Center in Tampa. Click here.

Contact Jay Cridlin at cridlin@tampabay.com or (727) 893-8336. Follow @JayCridlin.

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