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Concert Announcements: 311, Sevendust, Blue October, Taking Back Sunday

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Did you know 311 has released nine albums? Seriously, nine! Chances are, if you already knew that, you're a family member or the creator of their fan club and already know they'll be playing Bayfront Park Amphitheater on December 1. Tickets will be available through Live Nation.

The hits keep on coming with Sevendust slated to play Revolution Live on October 30. Fans will be happy to hear that guitar player and vocalist Clint Lowery is back with Sevendust on this tour. Tickets go on sale September 12 through Live Nation.

How's this for a coincidence? Blue October is playing Revolution Live on October 28. Imagine how much fun it must be to play in Blue October in October! Hard rock fan's brains have been known to explode when these stars align this perfectly. Tickets for the show go on sale Friday through Live Nation.

Finally, Taking Back Sunday and All American Rejects are joining pop-punk forces Captian Planet style on tour this winter. They'll be wrapping up their extravaganza on December 6 at Fillmore Miami Beach. Tickets will be available through Ticketmaster.

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