Area concerts postponed, canceled
By Times staff writer
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Janet Jackson and many other performers, out of respect for the victims of Tuesday's terror acts or due to travel limitations, postponed or canceled Tampa Bay area performances Wednesday.
This information is not reflected in today's Weekend section, which was printed in advance.
Ticket refunds are available at the point of purchase unless otherwise noted. For rescheduled shows, tickets will be honored on the new date unless otherwise noted. Call the venue or Ticketmaster for more information. Phone numbers are in Weekend.
Here are the canceled and postponed shows we knew about Wednesday evening. More cancellations and postponements are possible. Please watch this page for updates throughout the week, and call the venue before you go to any event.
Janet Jackson's Ice Palace performance, which had been rescheduled from Tuesday to Wednesday. The new date and time is 7:30 p.m. Oct. 26. Keep your tickets; more information will be available later.
The Southern Fried Music Festival (Molly Hatchet, Black Oak Arkansas, others), Friday, Ice Palace. Rescheduled for Nov. 2; Pat Travers will not perform then.
El Gran Combo, Friday, Sun Dome. Rescheduled for Sept. 28.
Acoustic Alchemy, Saturday, Mahaffey Theatre. No new date set.
Ty Herndon, Saturday, Round Up. No new date set.
Rockin' Under the Stars, featuring The Streetlites, The Impacs, others, Saturday, England Brothers Bandshell. Rescheduled to Sept. 29.
Jim Breuer Heavy Metal Comedy Tour, Sunday, Sun Dome. No new date set.
Cellist Lowell Adams with pianist Noreen Cassidy-Polera, Sunday, Museum of Fine Arts. Rescheduled for Jan. 13.
WMNF 88.5-FM Birthday Bash, Saturday, Coliseum. Tickets charged on credit cards have not been processed; tickets purchased with cash or checks should be sent, along with your address, for a refund: WMNF 88.5-FM, 1210 E Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Tampa, FL 33603-4449. Call (813) 238-1802.
Legends of Rock and Roll, featuring Johnny Rivers, Eric Burdon and the Animals, Saturday, Manatee Civic Center.
Lowry Olafson, Sunday, Woodlawn Church.
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