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Five Best Concerts This Week in Fort Lauderdale

Certainly there are local shows aplenty blowing out eardrums all over the 954 and 561, but we'd like to tell you about a few huge concerts storming through our area this week.

A few are throwbacks, and a couple are dubstep. And that's what it's all about up here: dichotomy. The tension between the old and the young and the bringing of those two together. Read on for a more in-depth explanation of this.

See also: Photos of Infected Mushroom at Club Cinema

Third Eye Blind

House of Blues 20th Anniversary Presents.

7 p.m. November 19, at Revolution Live, 100 SW Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale.

Tickets cost $25 plus fees in advance and $27 day of show.

Call 954-449-1025, or visit jointherevolution.net.

We have so, so much to say about this "alt" act over here at County Grind. One of our writers is clearly a big ol' fan of 3EB, and even chatted with frontman Stephan Jenkins about God and stuff. More important, Third Eye Blind taught our writer huge life lessons through its honest and sincere lyrics. Click away.

Rusted Root

With Sosos and Von Grey.

7:30 p.m. November 21, at Culture Room, 3045 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale.

Tickets cost $20 plus fees.

Visit cultureroom.net.

For years, we thought "Send Me on My Way" was "Simi and the Whale." Don't ask; it was the '90s. Unless your heart is bubbling with evil, there's no way you won't want to flail your arms and stomp in ecstatic pleasure to this Pennsylvania act's tunes.

See also: Deliciously Cheesy 1990s: Lit's "My Own Worst Enemy" and Five Other Alt-Rock "Faves"

Gladys Knight

8 p.m. November 22, at Hard Rock Live, 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood.

Tickets cost $54 to $74 plus fees.

Visit hardrocklivehollywoodfl.com.

Not everyone gets crowned the Empress of Soul. Just Gladys. And you know why? Because when she sings "Midnight Train to Georgia," all the pain and love and hope the world has ever embodied will swell within you. Don't be a dick. Bring your mom to this one.

Bro Safari

8 p.m. November 22, at Revolution Live, 100 SW Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale.

Tickets cost $20 plus fees.

Call 954-449-1025, or visit jointherevolution.net.

Catch Evol Intent's Knick bring all the moombah your busting ears can handle. This Mad Decent dude is going to draw out the jungle and the bro within you, and the girls will love it.

Infected Mushroom

9 p.m. November 23, at Revolution Live, 100 SW Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale.

Tickets cost $25.50 plus fees.

Call 954-449-1025, or visit jointherevolution.net.

For more bass in your face at Revolution, Infected Mushroom is back on the scene. We spoke with the Dim Mak duo about staying relevant during their last tour stop here. Duv­dev told us, "We keep on changing, not sticking to one sound, being the same and repeat all over again." Good stuff, also he noted, they just really like "the dance floor." Adding, "We see what works and adapt ourselves to the new generation." So ravers, old and young, can join forces on this dance floor. See, bridging the generations. It's a beautiful thing.

See also: Infected Mushroom Will Have Audiences Tripping on Sound With Its Fungusamongus Tour.



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