Fall touring show roundup for Maine, September-November: From ZZ Top to Zappa

thirdeyeblind2013Third Eye Blind, playing Sept. 2 at the Maine State Pier.

Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion, Bangor

  • Blink-182, A Day To Remember and All Time Low, Sept. 3
  • Rascal Flatts, Kelsea Ballerini and Chris Lane, Sept. 4

Maine State Pier, Portland

  • Andy Grammar and Gavin DeGraw, Sept. 1
  • Third Eye Blind, Town Meeting and Tancred, Sept. 2
  • ZZ Top and Jonny Two Bags, Sept. 4
Andrew Bird photo by Addie Juell

Andrew Bird photo by Addie Juell

State Theatre, Portland

  • Christopher Kimball Live, Sept. 8
  • Hippie Sabotage, Sept. 15
  • Old Crow Medicine Show and Robbie Fulks, Sept. 16
  • Ziggy Marley, Sept. 17
  • Make America Rock Again tour featuring Trapt, Saliva, Saving Abel, Alien Ant Farm, Crazy Town, Tantric, Sept. 18
  • Chvrches, Sept. 21
  • Greensky Bluegrass and Fruition, Sept. 22
  • For King and Country, Sept. 23
  • The Devil Makes Three and the Lost Dog String Band, Sept. 24
  • Bryan Fallon and the Crow and Ryan Bingham, Sept. 25
  • Graham Nash, Oct. 2
  • Jason Isbell and Josh Ritter, Oct. 9
  • Andrew Bird and Sinkane, Oct. 13
  • The Capitol Steps, Oct. 16
  • Blue October, Oct. 17
  • Dirty Heads, New Beat Fund and RDGLDGRN, Oct. 18
  • Dweezil Zappa, Oct. 21
  • Railroad Earth, Oct. 28
  • Kidz Bop Kidz, Oct. 29
  • Griz and Haywire, Nov. 2
  • Big Gigantic and Illenium, Nov. 6
  • Atmosphere, Brother Ali, Dem Atlas, Nov. 9
  • Asking Alexandria, Nov. 11
  • Ani DiFranco, Nov. 15
  • Dark Star Orchestra, Nov. 17
  • Twiddle, Lespecial, the Jauntee, Nov. 23
White Lung photo by Rick Rodney

White Lung photo by Rick Rodney

Port City Music Hall, Portland

  • The English Beat and Zeme Libre, Sept. 7
  • Justin Townes Earle and Max Garcia Conover, Sept. 11
  • Particle and Kung Fu, Sept. 13
  • MarchFourth! marching band showcase, Sept. 15
  • Judge John Hodgman with Bailiff Jesse Thorn, Sept. 16
  • Queen tribute night, Sept. 17
  • Kaleo and Hannah Daman and the Martelle Sisters, Sept. 18
  • Against Me! Potty Mouth and Frameworks, Sept. 20
  • Astronautilus, Oxymorrons and Adam and the Flood, Sept. 21
  • Mighty Mystic, Sept. 23
  • Lee Scratch Perry, Sept. 24
  • Rachel Yamagata, Sept. 29
  • Juston McKinney, Oct. 1
  • Autograf and Goldroom, Oct. 4
  • Jimkata, Oct. 7
  • Beats Antique, Oct. 11
  • The Alternate Routes, Oct. 13
  • Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds, Oct. 14
  • White Lung, Oct. 17
  • Doyle Bramhall II, Oct. 18
  • Futuristic, Oct. 19
  • Oh Wonder and Cleopold, Oct. 20
  • Jack Garratt, Oct. 21
  • Yonder Mountain String Band, Oct. 23
  • Watsky, Oct. 25
  • Kat Wright and the Indomitable Soul Band and Armie, Oct. 28
  • Jamestown Revival and Jonny Fritz, Oct. 30
  • Henry Rollins, Oct. 31
  • El Ten Eleven and Bayonne, Nov. 10
  • Highly Suspect and Slothrust, Nov. 11
  • Carbon Leaf and the Accidentals, Nov. 12
  • Stick Figure and The Movement, Nov. 13
  • Balance and Composure, Foxing and Mercury Girls, Nov. 15
  • Assembly of Dust, Nov. 18
Dream Theater

Dream Theater

Merrill Auditorium, Portland

  • Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen, Sept. 30
  • Joan Baez, Oct. 4
  • Dream Theater, Oct. 31
  • Steve Vai, Nov. 11

Gracie Theatre, Husson University, Bangor

  • Caroline Rhea, Sept. 23
  • Joan Osbourne, Nov. 5

Collins Center for the Arts, University of Maine Orono

  • Capitol Steps, Sept. 17
  • Bob Marley, Oct. 21
  • Big Daddy Weave, Nov. 16

Strand Theatre, Rockland

  • Robert Cray Band, Sept. 15
  • Ruthie Foster, Sept. 24
  • The Hot Sardines, Oct. 2
  • Leo Kottke, Oct. 8
  • Jay Ungar and Molly Mason, Nov. 12

Space Gallery, Portland

  • Wolves in the Throne Room, Feral and Northern Curse, Sept. 26
  • Red Baraat, Oct. 6
  • Shellac and Shannon Wright, Oct. 20
  • Andrew WK: The Power of Partying, Nov. 26

One Longfellow Square, Portland

  • Jonathan Edwards, Sept. 16
  • Sean Hayes, Sept. 17
  • Dar Williams, Oct. 1
  • Sara Watkins, Oct. 2
  • Marshall Crenshaw, Oct. 14
  • David Mallett, Oct. 21
  • Langhorne Slim and the Law, and Susto, Oct. 28
Emily Burnham

About Emily Burnham

Emily Burnham is a Maine native, UMaine graduate, proud Bangorian and a writer and editor for Bangor Metro Magazine, the Weekly and the Bangor Daily News, where she's worked since 2004. She reports on everything from local bands to local food to all the cool things going on in the Greater Bangor area. In her quest for stories, she's seen countless concerts and plays, been lobster fishing, interviewed celebrities, hung out with water buffalo and played in a ukulele orchestra. She's interested in everything that happens in Maine. Albums for review are accepted digitally only; please no CDs.