Rock Allegiance Tour Moved to Pompano Beach Amphitheatre

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The "Loud Riffs, Cheap Tix" credo of the Rock Allegiance Tour will now be available to even more South Florida fist-pumping fans. You see, originally the show was to take place at Florida Atlantic University's Arena, AKA "The Burrow," in Boca Raton. But due to the powers of hungry rockers in our area, the party starring Buckcherry, Papa Roach, Puddle of Mudd, P.O.D., Red, Crossfade, and Drive A is moving to a bigger shed. The Pompano Beach Amphitheatre should prove to be an even larger, riotous spot for these bands to get loud next Wednesday, September 7.

And if you were paying attention, Puddle of Mudd has a new album of covers, Re:(disc)overed, which guitarist Paul Phillips detailed to Jose Flores in this week's print edition.

From the tour:

Due to an overwhelming response in South Florida, the September 7 ROCK ALLEGIANCE TOUR show has moved from FAU Arena to Pompano Beach Amphitheater. Doors for the show will open at 4:00 PM for this stop of summer's ultimate rock & roll party. Tickets for the Pompano Beach show are set at the fan-friendly price of $30 and $45. Tickets purchased for the FAU Arena show will be honored at the new venue, with preferred seating.

"Rock Allegiance Tour," with Puddle of Mudd, Buckcherry, Papa Roach,

P.O.D., Red, Crossfade, and Drive A. 4 p.m. Wednesday, September 7, at Pompano Beach Amphitheater, 1801 NE Sixth St., Pompano Beach. Tickets

cost $30 to $45. Click here.

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