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Florida Georgia Line

The popular country duo will perform twice in the first half of its name Aug. 29 at Coral Sky Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach; and Aug. 30 at MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa.

Lawn tickets remain at $40 for the east coast show, with pavilion seating running just more than $100 each. The most inexpensive tickets for the Tampa concert start at $70.

Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, who make up Florida Georgia Line, hit the big-time in 2012 with the mega hit “Cruise.” It was downloaded more than 7 million times and for five years held the title of best-selling digital country song of all time, until 2017.

“Cruise” also has nearly 125 million YouTube views.

Other FGL hits include “Get Your Shine On,” “This Is How We Roll,”“Round Here” and “Dirt.” 

Post Malone

The rapper and songwriter whose song “White Iverson” in 2015 millions downloaded has announced Florida shows on his “Runaway” tour.

His concerts are Oct. 20 in Miami at AmericanAirlines Arena; Oct. 24 at Amalie Arena in Tampa; and Oct. 25 at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville. Tickets for the three shows are on sale July 19. 

“Rockstar” featuring 21 Savage, “Better Now” and “I Fall Apart.”

Bad Religion

The Los Angeles punk rock band that formed in 1980 travels to Florida for a Sept. 17 concert in Fort Lauderdale and Sept. 18 in St. Petersburg. 

The band’s hits include “American Jesus,”“21st Century,” “Infected” and “Sorrow.” 

Brad Paisley

The pride of West Virginia hit the country stage in the late 1990s and early 2000s with hits including “He Didn’t Have To Be” and “Me Neither.”

Paisley’s tour rolls into Florida in mid-August, with an Aug. 16 concert in Jacksonville and Aug. 17 in West Palm Beach. He also performs at the Wharf Amphitheater in Orange Beach, Alabama, just west of Pensacola, on Aug. 22.

Tickets for the Jax show at Daily’s Place start around $50, while plenty remain for the West Palm show at Coral Sky Amphitheatre and begin around $37.

The Wharf concert has tickets selling for even less, around $20 with many available.

My favorite Paisley tunes include “This Is Country Music” and of course “Old Alabama,” a tribute to the legendary country band Alabama whose tour hits the Florida peninsula this fall.

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