Posts Tagged ‘Mid Florida Credit Union Amphitheater’

“Performing from the Shadows” with Lindsey Stirling & Evanescence

             One of the biggest pieces for any tour are the moving pieces. The sets, the instruments, the backup musicians, and if applicable, dancers. Lindsey Sterling and Evanescence solved many of these problems with one simple answer. Use locals. Featuring people from across the Tampa Bay area, they took over MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre on […]

A First and a Last at this Year’s Warped Tour in Tampa

The Vans Warped Tour announced late last year that 2018 would be the final year of the cross-country tour. Yesterday, the tour made a stop at the MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheater at the Florida State Fairgrounds. The stop was the 2nd to the last date of the tour. The venue this year was different from […]

Getting Nocturnal with Korn

  Korn, Breaking Benjamin, Motionless In White. Nocturnal Underground Tour at the Mid Florida Credit Union Amphitheatre. It’s 22 years ago and the grunge scene has taken hold of radio stations and fashion across the country. Bands like Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains and Soundgarden are no longer just a staple in the Great North […]

Step Inside with Slipknot

Slipknot, Marilyn Manson and Of Mice and Men at the MFCUA It’s been one year since the epic Summer’s Last Stand Tour came to Tampa. The bill was headlined by Slipknot, with support from a recently released and recharged Randy Blythe & Lamb of God, and two of the hotter bands on the scene, Bullet […]

A Summer Night with Journey and The Doobie Brothers

Journey and The Doobie Brothers made a stop at Tampa’s MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre on Friday night.  Fans were rocking down the highway, I-4, and the scene looked straight out of 1982. Unless you were hanging out under a rock in the 1970’s and 80’s, you have to be familiar with both The Doobie Brothers […]

Ohhh Lord Yeah!

Ohhh Lord Yeah!

    Black Sabbath Tampa, FL. July 29th 2013. The anticipation leading up to this tour for me was like being a kid and going to Disney World for the first time; and since I grew up in the Sunshine State, I can relate. The sun, however, was not shinning on the Mid Florida Credit […]