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SoundBytes: Nonpoint, Highly Suspect, Casting Crowns, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and more

Nonpoint will perform at the Ritz Ybor in Tampa on Sept. 28, 2019. Photo courtesy of Eric Richter via Atom Splitter PR.
Nonpoint will perform at the Ritz Ybor in Tampa on Sept. 28, 2019. Photo courtesy of Eric Richter via Atom Splitter PR.
Published Jul. 12, 2019

-- Two new hard rock shows coming to the Ritz Ybor: Nonpoint with Hyro the Hero, Kobra and the Lotus and Zero Theorem on Sept. 28 (click here), and Graveyard with Black Mountain on Oct. 5 ($25 and up, click here).

-- Two Christian rock heavyweights, Casting Crowns and Hillsong Worship, are coming to Amalie Arena on Nov. 9. Tickets start at $20 and go on sale next week. Click here.

-- Nineties hip-hop group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony are coming to Jannus Live on Sept. 29. Tickets are $27.50 and up. Click here.

-- It'll be an indie rock extravaganza when Cursive, Cloud Nothings and the Appleseed Cast come to Crowbar on Nov. 15. Tickets are $20 and up. Click here.

-- Alternative prog-rockers Highly Suspect are coming to Jannus Live on Sept. 27. Tickets go on sale July 19. Click here.

-- A few new and notable shows coming to Side Splitters in Tampa: Robert Kelly on Sept. 12-14 (click here), the Daily Show's Roy Wood Jr. on Oct. 4-5 (click here), Jay Mohr (Nov. 7-9, click here), Mark Normand on Nov. 21-23 (click here), Gilbert Gottfried (Dec. 5-7, click here) and Matt Braunger (Jan. 9-11, click here).

-- Reggae-rockers the Movement will play Jannus Live on Oct. 26 with the Elovaters and the Late Ones. Tickets are $18 and up. Click here.

-- Synthwave producer Com Truise is coming to Crowbar on Nov. 16. Tickets are $20 and up. Click here.

-- Electronic duo Loud Luxury is coming to the Ritz Ybor on Nov. 23. Click here.

-- This might be confusing, so bear with us: Synthwave duo the Midnight is coming to the Orpheum on Sept. 6 ($22 and up, click here); and hip-hop duo the Midnight Hour, featuring Adrian Younge and A Tribe Called Quest's Ali Shaheed Muhammad, is coming to the Palladium in St. Petersburg on Sept. 11 ($21 and up, click here).

-- Latimore is performing at the Palladium on Aug. 17. Tickets are $22 and up. Click here.

-- The Japanese House is coming to Crowbar on Nov. 13. Tickets are $18 and up. Click here.

-- Rapper Witt Lowry is coming to Crowbar on Oct. 12. Tickets are $16 and up. Click here.

-- Singer and rapper Dominic Fike is coming to the Orpheum on Oct. 18. Tickets are $30 and up. Click here.

-- Captured! By Robots will perform at the Orpheum on Oct. 19. Tickets are $15 and up. Click here.

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

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