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Concert Announcements: Zac Brown Band and Tegan and Sara playing Sunset Cove Amphitheater.

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That would be one of the most interesting double billings in history. For now, the concert promoters are keeping these two shows separate. The Zac Brown Band is coming first, on November 14 to be exact, to the Sunset Cove Amphitheater. The Academy of Country Music Award winning group are touring in support of their major label debut "The Foundation" which has already shot out three top ten singles. Tickets are on sale now for $29 through Ticketmaster.

Tegan and Sara, aka the best thing to come out of Canada since hockey, are finally coming back to America thanks to a huge push to promote their upcoming album "Sainthood." The pop-rock twins are scheduled to play Sunset Cove Amphitheater on February 21, but tickets go on sale this Friday for those of you who like to plan things out. As a special treat, those who want to be really dilligent and pre-order your tickets can begin today through their website via Ticketmaster, so long as you use the super secret password: Sainthood. You're welcome.

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