Bowling For Soup, The Dollyrots, Sunderland: Fri., Aug. 19. Warehouse Live.
Breathe Carolina, Chiodos, I See Stars: Thu., July 28. Warehouse Live.
Craig Kinsey, Sara Van Buskirk, Benjamin Wesley: Fri., June 10. Heights Live.
The Damned Things: Wed., Aug. 17. House of Blues.
The Dead Revolt, Featherface, Infinite Apaches: Fri., June 17. The Mink.
Espantapajaros, Chase Hamblin, Nathan Quick: Thu., June 30. Fitzgerald's.
Filter, Saliva: Wed., Aug. 10. Scout Bar Clear Lake.
Judas Priest, Thin Lizzy, Black Label Society: Sat., Oct. 15. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.
Kittie, Holy Grail: Wed., Sept. 7. Scout Bar Clear Lake.
Mickey Avalon: Sat., July 30. Scout Bar Clear Lake.
Peter Bjorn & John: Tue., Sept. 27. Warehouse Live.
Runaway Sun, Bright Men Of Learning: Fri., June 17. Rudyard's.
Trae The Truth: Tue., June 28. House of Blues.
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