Here’s a look at some upcoming Q105 concerts here in the Tampa Bay area along with a few we think are worth a road trip! Many of these shows may be postponed given the coronavirus situation.
As we kind of knew it would, the much anticipated stadium tour with Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett got pushed back. We now have the 3 new 2021 Florida dates. Those hoping the schedule change might give hope for a Tampa show at Raymond James Stadium... sorry. It's not happening. Miami will get the first stop on the tour on June 26 at Hard Rock Stadium. The next night the tour moves to Orlando on June 27 at Camping World Stadium. Then the tour hits Jacksonville August 7 at TIAA Bank Field.
Be sure to get there early to hear "Sister Christian!" Night Rangers will be the opener! Whitesnake will not be on this tour as originally planned.
What a cool 90s throwback show with The Wallflowers ("One Headlight"). The show has been moved to August 6, 2021.
Tickets are on sale for $49, $69 and $89. There's a "photo op" package for $325 that gets you a seat in the first 10 rows, some merch and a moment for a photo with Pat before the show.
You know where you are? This is one of my last remaining Top 10 bucket list concerts I need to check off the list. I know it won't be anything like the '80s. I missed them in their prime. I don't even know the GnR lineup this week. Are Axl and Slash getting along? Regardless. I'm there.
A night of non-stop Q105 hits... "I Can't Go For That," "Sara Smile," "You Make My Dreams," "Kiss Is On My List," "Rich Girl," "Private Eyes," "One On One," ... maybe even "Jingle Bell Rock!"
On May 4, the band announced they have canceled their summer tour.
No big surprise - we're going to have to wait for the summer of 2021 for this fun pairing of Q105 legends! The show will now happen August 14, 2021.
The new date for Tampa will be August 28, 2021.
Unfortunately, the Juke Box Heroes Tour was called off May 19.
This is the rescheduled date. The concert was originally set for March 26.
Adam Levine is back on the road with the band. Meghan Trainor opens.
The Bucs' biggest fan Nick Carter is bringing his Backstreet Boys home to Tampa for a show at the Amp. But we'll have to wait until June 22, 2021.
If you've been to a Buffett show, you know the real show isn't on stage, it's in the crowd.
We have the new date in 2021, but some bad news too. The concert will happen July 2, 2021, but it will be without Rick Springfield.
On May 26, the band finally announced they are postponing some shows and cancelling others outright for the summer of 2020.
Figured you oughta know that the show has been postponed until August 17, 2021.
On April 23, Amalie Arena announced the May 26 performance will be moved to 2021. Tickets purchased will be honored for the rescheduled date.
Back together again! No rescheduled date has been announced yet.
We're still waiting for the rescheduled performance date. The Stones were originally set to play Ray J July 5, 2020. Will Mick still have those Moves Like Jagger?