Concert Announcements: Dashboard Confessional, Forever The Sickest Kids, Norma Jean, Megadeth

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Emo/Alternative rockers Dashboard Confessional are slated to release their sixth album "After the Ending" on November 10 and will be playing Pompano Beach Amphitheater a couple weeks later. If you're in the mood for heart wrenching Chris Carrabba penned songs, and New Found Glory, Never Shout Never, and Meg & Dia sound like good opening acts, pick up your tickets through Ticketmaster.

On November 21, Forever the Sickest Kids and The Rocket Summer are co-headlining the Cheap Date Tour at Culture Room. $18 gets you the chance to see FTSK, TRS, Sing it Loud, My Favorite Highway, and Artist vs. Poet. Let's hope your date is into power pop bands! Tickets are available through Ticketmaster.

If metalcore is more your thing, save the date for Culture Room on December 17. Norma Jean, Horse the Band, The Chariot, and Arsonists get all the Girls are playing beginning at 7:30 pm. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster.

Finally, metal fans rejoice. The Endgame Tour featuring Megadeth is coming to Revolution Live on November 25. Rounding out the bill, and ensuring your eardrums will never stop bleeding, are Machine Head, Suicide Silence, and Arcanium. Tickets went on sale today through Ticketmaster.

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