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    8/12
    FILLMORE MB: Enanitos Verdes
    REVOLUTION LIVE: Northlane, Silent Planet, Loathe, Avoid
    PROPAGANDA: Dark Wave Disco Party
    MATHEWS: Project X Band
    ARTS GARAGE: The French Horn Collective

    8/13
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Gimme Gimme Disco
    REVOLUTION LIVE: AudioEcho (Chris Cornell Trib), The Pantera Experience (Pantera Trib), Still Alive (Pearl Jam Trib)
    MIAMI BEACH BANDSHELL: Monsieur Periné
    PROPAGANDA: Black Denim Rage, Killed by Florida, Midnight Vice, Eternal Punishment
    GRAMPS: Better Than This, Palomino Blond, Playkill*, Frogs Show Mercy
    MATHEWS: 46 & Tool/Products of Rage
    ARTS GARAGE: Sarge – Homeless to Hilarious

    8/14
    MATHEWS: Jose Almonte

    8/15
    ARTS GARAGE: Poetry Night

    8/17
    REVOLUTION LIVE: BLXST, Buddy
    GRAMPS: Crowbar, Spirit Adrift, Bleeth, Body Blow

    8/18
    ITHINK AMP: Jack Johnson
    PROPAGANDA: Fuakata, Trinidad Suave, Zoo Peculiar
    PAMM: Ciel Trio
    LINCOLN’S BREWERY: Backroom Sessions Artist Showcase

    8/19
    RESPECTABLE STREET: DJ Xact
    THE PEACH: Lavola (Radiohead Tribute)
    PROPAGANDA: The Chans, Rude Television, The Floridians
    MATHEWS: Palm Beach Country Band
    ARTS GARAGE: Smooth STB – A Tribute to Santana

    8/20
    ITHINK AMP: Dave Matthews Band
    PROPAGANDA: Rain Boar
    DNTN HOLLYWOOD: ArtWalk
    MATHEWS: Spred the Dub
    ARTS GARAGE: CELEBRATE- A Tribute to Three Dog Night
    FPL SOLAR AMP: Teyana Taylor

    8/21
    ITHINK AMP: Dave Matthews Band
    MATHEWS: Jordan Richards
    GRAMPS: Caveman Cult, Striations, Pain Appendix, Human Fluid Rot, Ruah

    8/23
    FTX ARENA: Rogers Waters
    FPL SOLAR AMP: The Kid Laroi

    8/24
    ITHINK AMP: The Black Keys, Band of Horses, Early James

    8/25
    PAMM: Ben Beal

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