Metallica, Steely Dan performing in 2021

Metallica, Steely Dan performing in 2021


As the United States emerges from the pandemic, musicians, comedians and other entertainers are once again planning tours.

Before the pandemic, the USA Today Network Florida provided details on some of the hottest acts in the state with our Hot Ticket to help you plan ahead.

It’s back, with information on the latest on upcoming concerts, shows or ticket sale information from South Florida to Pensacola and places in-between.

If you want to find out about a show not listed or when tickets go on sale for a show you want to see, email [email protected].

Metallica's sold-out headlining set at Columbus' Mapfre Stadium in 2017 will kick off the online series Offstage with DWP.

Metallica at Hard Rock Live 

Metallica is one of the most successful and beloved heavy metal bands of all time, and they’re coming to Florida.

With hits including “Enter Sandman,” “Nothing Else Matters,” “Whiskey in the Jar” and “Until It Sleeps,” the Bay Area rockers head to South Florida on Nov. 4 for a show at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood.

It’s nearly a sellout, with the “cheapest” ticket going for $1,330 on Ticketmaster. More tickets are available on other ticket resale sites, such as StubHub and start at $244 as of late last week.

Metallica also performs in Daytona at Welcome to Rockville, a music festival from Nov. 11-14. General admission tickets for the weekend start at $289.50, excluding fees. 

The San Francisco-based band entered the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2009.

A 2016 photo of The Marshall Tucker Band, which swings through Florida this fall.

The Marshall Tucker Band in Fort Pierce

Formed in the early 1970s, this Southern rock band with a distinct sound is led by original member Doug Gray.

He helped form The Marshall Tucker Band in South Carolina along with guitarist Toy Caldwell (who died in 1993), his brother, bassist Tommy Caldwell (who died in a crash in 1980), guitarist George McCorkle (who died in 2007), drummer Paul Riddle and reed player Jerry Eubanks.



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