Tonight in live music; Twenty One Pilots, 311, Pepper and more

There’s a parent waiting area at Amalie, too.

Twenty One Pilots w/Judah the Lion/Jon Bellion Fresh off of a Grammy win that found the boys — Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun — with their pants off accepting an award for Best Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, Twenty One Pilots bring their arena ready, self described “schizoid pop” to Tampa in support of their 2015 LP Blurryface. The album lives up to the genrefication thanks to songs that bounce around drum and bass, reggae, rock and rap. Get there early to see opener Judah the Lion warm the crowd up with their sunny folk-pop single “Take It All Back,” which recently hit the top of alternative radio charts. ***Non ticketed parents are guardians can wait in a designated area within the venue. Doors (located via the premium entrance) open at 5:30 p.m. EST. The area is only for folks waiting on a ticketed child attending the concert.*** (Amalie Arena, Tampa) INFO

Rock Brothers Presents: 311 (Private Show) It’s only been a couple months, but the Rock Brothers’ concert operations have already outgrown the 150-person listening room that sits above their tasting space. We’re kidding, obviously, but owners Kevin Lilly and Tony Casoria are bringing the party down the block for a pair of private shows featuring 311 (February 28) and Rebelution (March 1). The only way to have won free tickets to see the bands (which Rock Brothers has created signature brews for) was to visit the tasting room in person, but winners will have been selected by the time you read this. Sorry. (The Ritz, Ybor City) INFO


Jesus Vio w/Soapbox Soliloquy/Poster/Jeremy Trevino (Frolic Exchange, Tampa) INFO

Pepper w/Less Than Jake (Jannus Live, St.Petersburg) INFO

Lordi (Orpheum, Ybor City) INFO

Guest Recital: RoseWind Duo - Clifford Leaman/Scott Herring (Barness Recital Hall at University of South Florida, Tampa) INFO

Flavor Savor Tuesday Mardi Gras Edition (Crowbar, Ybor City) INFO

About The Author

Ray Roa

Read his 2016 intro letter and disclosures from 2022 and 2021. Ray Roa started freelancing for Creative Loafing Tampa in January 2011 and was hired as music editor in August 2016. He became Editor-In-Chief in August 2019. Past work can be seen at Suburban Apologist, Tampa Bay Times, Consequence of Sound and The...
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