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Best South Florida Concert Photos of 2011

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Oh sweet, sweet nostalgia. We came, we rocked, and we took a hell of a lot of photos. 2011 was a year chalk full of awesome concerts and you bet your ass New Times was there to cover them. So instead of fiddling through our archives looking for your favorite shows of this past year, we did the hard work for you.

You're welcome.

Check out our compilation of the best concert photos of 2011. No ear plugs required.


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