Angels & Airwaves, Say Anything: Tue., May 18. House of Blues.
Best Fwends, Balls Deep, Fat Tony: Sat., March 13. Mango's. Black Congress, Young Mammals, Weird Party: Thu., March 25. Walter's on Washington. Bleeding Through, Born of Osiris, Sleeping Giant, Oceano: Fri., May 7. Wired Live. Cannibal Corpse, Skeletonwitch, Lecherous Nocturne: Wed., May 12. Wired Live. "Down Under Sounds" With The Chevelles, Grand Atlantic, City Riots, Travis Caudle: Tue., March 16. The Mink. Chuck Prophet: Wed., March 17. Under The Volcano. Coheed & Cambria, Circa Survive, Torche: Tue., April 27. Warehouse Live. Colin Hay: Sat., July 10. Dosey Doe Coffee Company. Jana Hunter, Cymbals Eat Guitars, Bear In Heaven: Tue., March 16. Mango's. Dick Dale: Sun., March 14. House of Blues. Emily Osment: Sat., April 10. House of Blues. Holly Golightly & The Broke Offs: Sat., April 10. Mango's. Iron Age, The Burden, Pride Kills, Killer Ape: Sat., March 13. Walter's on Washington. Jimmy Buffett: Thu., May 20. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. (On sale 10 a.m.; www.livenation.com) Joe Pug, Horse Feathers: Sun., March 14. Mango's. News On The March, Buxton, Smoky Mountain, The Candeliers: Sun., March 21. Mango's. Off With Their Heads, Cobra Skulls: Thu., March 18. Walter's on Washington. Pretty Lights: Thu., April 29. Warehouse Live. Pharoahe Monch, Buckshot, Smif N' Wessun: Thu., March 18. Warehouse Live. Phoenix, Two Door Cinema Club: Fri., April 30. Verizon Wireless Theater. Puddle Of Mudd, Saliva: Sun., April 18. House of Blues. Red Sparowes, Doomriders: Sat., April 3. Rudyard's. Reverend Horton Heat, Cracker, Th' Legendary Shack Shakers: Wed., June 9. Warehouse Live. Shelby Lynne: Tue., May 18. Warehouse Live. Shooter Jennings: Fri., April 9. Wired Live. Southern Culture On The Skids: Fri., April 2; Sat., April 3. Continental Club. The Spill Canvas, AM Taxi, The New Politics: Thu., May 6. Wired Live. "St. Patrick's Day Party" With The Blaggards: Wed., March 17. Continental Club. "Twestival 2010" With Prairie Cadets, The Last Place You Look, Wayside Drive, Gretchen Schmaltz: Thu., March 25. Caroline Collective.
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