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CONCERT CALENDAR: Check out what's happening


• The Prizery, South Boston … Mountain Heart Nov. 2.


• Clover Volunteer Fire Department. … Clover Fall Festival Nov. 3, kicking off at 11 a.m. with a parade through downtown Clover. Food, music, kids activities, raffles and a cornhole tournament will be featured throughout the day. Performing will be Midnight Crossfire, Stony Ridge, Mark and Linda Satterfield, Kermit Wright and the Goodtime Band, Kyle Martin and the Halifax Hillbilies, Tom Cook and Robert and Kyle Hiatt. For more info visit

• Spare Times Grill, South Boston … Ray Martin and Jerry Wade Oct. 31.

• Caswell County Civic Center, Yanceyville, N.C. … Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder Nov. 3.

• Greensboro Coliseum … Carrie Underwood Nov. 4.

• Lincoln Theatre, Raleigh … Chris Robinson Brotherhood Nov. 3.

• Patriot Center, Fairfax … Smashing Pumpkins Nov. 3.

• Time Warner Cable Arena, Charlotte … Carrie Underwood Nov. 3.



Miranda Lambert and Dierks Bentley will bring their “Locked and Reloaded” tour to Roanoke Civic Center Jan. 19. 

Lambert, a Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter, is the reigning two-time CMA and three-time ACM female vocalist of the year. Her current album, “Four The Record,” made history when it debuted atop Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart, making Lambert the first country artist in the 47-year history of the chart to have each of her first four albums debut at number one.

A multi-platinum selling singer-songwriter, Bentley has forged his own brand of country music combining classic country songwriting, influences of bluegrass instrumentation and the energy of rock and roll. Bentley’s sixth studio album, “Home” released earlier this year, debuted at number one and has spawned three chart-topping hits. “Home” is currently nominated for three 2012 CMA award nominations for “Album of the Year” and “Single” and “Song of the Year” for its title track.

Tickets go on sale Nov. 2.

Carrie Underwood will continue into 2013 with her critically acclaimed “Blown Away Tour,” coming to Richmond Coliseum Mar. 21 and Roanoke Civic Center Mar. 23. Hunter Hayes will be special guest. A $1 donation from each ticket sold on the North American leg of this tour will go to support Red Cross disaster relief. Tickets will go on sale Nov. 30.


• Jarman Auditorium, Longwood University, Farmville … 20th Annual Roy Clark Benefit Concert Dec. 15, 2 p.m. For more info, call 434-395-2474 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

• Bojangles Coliseum, Charlotte … Kevin Hart Nov. 17.

• Carolina Theatre, Durham  … Bela Fleck & Marcus Roberts Trio Nov. 8; Loudon Wainwright III Nov. 10; Marc Cohn Nov. 13; Keb’ Mo’ Dec. 6; Shawn Colvin Dec. 7; Arlo Guthrie Feb. 6; Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes Feb. 15; Harry Belafonte Feb. 16.

• Carolina Theatre, Greensboro … Pure Prairie League and Poco Feb. 22.

• Constant Convocation Center, Norfolk … Martina McBride Nov. 24; Wiz Khalifa Dec. 5.

• Durham Performing Arts Center, Durham … QDR Country for Kids Concert with Kix Brooks, Scotty McCreery, Lee Brice, Gloriana, Josh Thompson and Jason Michael Carroll Nov. 27; Joe Bonamassa Nov. 28; Clay Aiken Nov. 29; Mannheim Steamroller Nov. 30; Cedric the Entertainer Dec. 1; The Isley Brothers Dec. 21; Whoopi Goldberg Jan. 25.

• Greensboro Coliseum … The Who Nov. 9; Lyle Lovett Nov. 16; Trans-Siberian Orchestra Dec. 2; Avett Brothers Dec. 31; Justin Bieber Jan. 19; George Strait/Martina McBride March 23.

• John Paul Jones Arena, Charlottesville … Dave Matthews Band Dec. 14 and 15.

• Landmark Theater, Richmond … Heart/Shawn Colvin Nov. 14.

• The National, Richmond … Theory of a Deadman Nov. 9; Halestorm Dec. 10.

• The Norva, Norfolk … Taking Back Sunday Nov. 10; Sum 41 Nov. 30; GWAR Dec. 21.

• PNC Arena, Raleigh … Trans-Siberian Orchestra Dec. 1; Dave Matthews Band Dec. 12; One Direction June 22, 2013.

• Richmond Coliseum … Trans-Siberian Orchestra Nov. 28; Kevin Hart Nov. 30; Jeff Dunham Jan. 23.

• Roanoke Civic Center … Brian Regan Nov. 17; Martina McBride Nov. 25.

• Time Warner Cable Arena, Charlotte … Madonna Nov. 15; Eric Church Nov. 28; Trans-Siberian Orchestra Nov. 29; Widespread Panic Dec. 31; Justin Bieber Jan. 22; Jeff Dunham Jan. 24; Pink March 16.

• Winston-Salem Entertainment Complex … Kenny G  Dec. 11.

• Ziggy’s, Winston-Salem … Jackyl Nov. 17; Donna the Buffalo Dec. 1.

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