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The Black Keys, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, and “Mythbusters”: Get Your Tickets
Keeping track of when tickets go on sale, so you don’t have to. By Melissa Romero
Comments () | Published December 7, 2011

The Black Keys will perform at the Verizon Center in March. Photograph courtesy of the artist’s Facebook page

The Black Keys are headed to the Verizon Center for a March 9, 2011, performance. The rock duo just released their seventh album, El Camino. The Arctic Monkeys will open. Tickets ($40 to $55) go on sale Friday at 10 AM through Ticketmaster.

The Trans-Siberian Orchestra will take the stage at 1st Mariner Arena in Baltimore on Sunday, April 29, 2012, for their “Beethoven’s Last Night 2012” concert. Trans-Siberian were named one of the top-touring artists of the past decade by Billboard magazine and are known for putting a rock twist on opera, holiday music, and more. Tickets ($47 to $57) go on sale Friday at 10 AM through Ticketmaster.

The hosts of Mythbusters, the popular Discovery Channel series, are coming Warner Theatre for two performances on Saturday, March 24, 2011. Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage’s tour, “Mythbusters: Behind the Myths,” will feature on-stage experiments, audience participation, and behind-the-scenes stories. Tickets ($59.50 to $150) are on sale now through Live Nation.

Bowerbirds, an American folk band from North Carolina, will perform at the Black Cat on Wednesday, March 21, 2012. The band’s second album will be released March 6. Tickets ($15) are on sale now through Ticket Alternative.

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