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New concerts: Mandy Moore, Lake Street Dive, We Came As Romans, more

Tampa Bay Times logo Tampa Bay Times 11/20/2019 By Jay Cridlin, Tampa Bay Times

Mandy Moore, the onetime tween-pop star turned folksy singer-songwriter turned This Is Us star, is coming to Tampa on her first full tour in a decade. She’ll perform at the Straz Center on April 9. Bedouine will open the show. Tickets are $40.50 and up. Click here.

Jazz-pop-soul ensemble Lake Street Dive is coming to the Tampa Theatre on May 3 for what’s being billed as an “easygoing, semi-acoustic, fireside evening. ... Deep cuts, works in progress and fan favorites, all sung around a grand piano. Silk pajamas encouraged." Tickets are $39.50 and up. Click here.

Rapper Lil Mosey is coming to Jannus Live in St. Petersburg on April 10. Tickets are $23 and up. Click here.

Metalcore act We Came As Romans will perform at the Orpheum in Ybor City on March 21 alongside The Devil Wears Prada, Gideon and Dayseeker. Tickets are $25 and up. Click here.

A handful of heavier new shows at the Brass Mug in Tampa: Tantric on Jan. 26 (click here), Michael Angelo Batio on Jan. 28 (click here), Saliva on Feb. 21 (click here) and Field Day, featuring members of Dag Nasty, on March 14 (click here).

If you’re worried you won’t get great seats to Harry Styles’ Aug. 3 concert at Amalie Arena when they go on sale Friday, fear not: The former One Direction heartthrob has just added an Aug. 7 concert at the Amway Center in Orlando. Those tickets go on sale Nov. 26. Click here.

ICYMI: following their performance at 97X Next Big Thing on Sunday at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa, Judah and the Lion will play a free after-party at the Hard Rock Cafe inside the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. That show starts at 11 p.m. and is 21 and up. Click here.

Last week, Jose Valentino Ruiz won a Latin Grammy for Best Spanish-language Christian Album for his work engineering and playing on Juan Delgado’s Todo Pasa. That’s quite an accomplishment for the jazz flautist, who studied at the University of South Florida and is now on staff at the University of Florida. Celebrate it when he performs with O Som Do Jazz’s David Manson in a showcase of Latin music on Nov. 26 at the Palladium’s Side Door Cabaret in St. Petersburg. Tickets are $25 and up. Click here.

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