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All the Tampa Bay concerts canceled, postponed and rescheduled by Hurricane Irma

If you live in Tampa and love and follow live music, the past week-plus has been a confusing one.

As Florida grapples with the impact of Hurricane Irma on our daily lives, dozens of concerts and other events have been postponed, canceled or rescheduled across Tampa Bay, including events by Depeche Mode, Bryan Adams, Bastille and Sammy Hagar. It's been hard to keep up with them all.

Here's a guide to all the big shows (so far) that have been impacted by Hurricane Irma, as well as a few that are still on for this weekend. For the rescheduled shows, tickets purchased for the original dates will be honored.

POSTPONED OR CANCELED

Adam Ant: Scheduled for Sept. 8 at the Capitol Theatre; postponed until Jan. 31. Click here.

Passafire and the Werks: Scheduled for Sept. 8 at Jannus Live; postponed to Dec. 8. It's now a free show. Click here.

Chris Tucker and D.L. Hughley: Scheduled for Sept. 8 at Amalie Arena, postponed to Oct. 7. Click here.

Modest Mouse: Scheduled for Sept. 8 at Hard Rock Live; the venue tweeted that it's canceled outright. Click here.

Dark Tranquility: Scheduled for Sept. 8 at the Orpheum; canceled, although the venue says they "will be back next year." Click here.

Steve Earle: Scheduled for Sept. 9 at the Capitol Theatre; postponed until Dec. 17. Click here.

Tony Bennett: Scheduled for Sept. 9 at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall; postponed until 2018. Click here.

Blackberry Smoke and Chris Robinson Brotherhood: Scheduled for Sept. 9 at Jannus Live; rescheduled with a new date TBD. Click here.

Rock the Universe and Night of Joy: The Christian music festivals at Universal Orlando and Walt Disney World canceled their Sept. 9 performances. They will not be rescheduled. Click here.

Goldlink: Scheduled for Sept. 9 at the Orpheum; postponed to Oct. 23. Click here.

Bryan Adams: Scheduled for Sept. 10 at Coachman Park; canceled outright. Click here.

Paramore: Scheduled for Sept. 10 at Orlando's Dr. Phillips Center; postponed until Dec. 5. Click here.

John Moreland: Scheduled for Sept. 12 at the Straz Center; postponed with a new date TBD. Click here.

The Japanese Breakfast: Scheduled for Sept. 12 at Crowbar; no word on whether the show was postponed or canceled outright.

Depeche Mode: Scheduled for Sept. 13 at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre; canceled and unikely to be rescheduled. Click here.

Warpaint: Depeche Mode's opener was to play a post-show DJ set at the Attic in Ybor City on Sept. 13; that has also been canceled. But their concert Sept. 14 in Orlando is still on. Click here.

Damian Marley: Scheduled for Sept. 13 at Jannus Live; postponed to Oct. 29. Click here.

Jason Richardson: Scheduled for Sept. 13 at Crowbar; the promoter says it's canceled, but we'll let you know if that changes.

Mutlu: Scheduled for Sept. 13 at Ruth Eckerd Hall; postponed with a new date TBD. Click here.

Lydia Loveless: Scheduled for Sept. 14 at the Ringside Cafe; postponed with a new date TBD. Click here.

Tove Lo: Scheduled for Sept. 14 at the Plaza Live in Orlando; all indications are it's canceled outright. Click here.

Zoogma: Scheduled for Sept. 14 at Crowbar; postponed with a new date TBD. Click here.

2 Chainz: Scheduled for Sept. 15 at Jannus Live; canceled. Click here.

Demi Nova: Scheduled for Sept. 15 at Crowbar; postponed to Oct. 7. Click here.

Make America Rock Again: The show with Scott Stapp and others was scheduled for Sept. 16 at Ruth Eckerd Hall; canceled for good. Click here.

Thunder from Down Under: Scheduled for Sept. 16 at the Capitol Theatre; postponed with a new date TBD. Click here.

Marlon Wayans: Scheduled for Sept. 16 at the Mahaffey Theater; postponed with a new date TBD. Click here.

Peppa Pig Live: Scheduled for Sept. 17 at Ruth Eckerd Hall; postponed with a new date TBD. Click here.

Sammy Hagar and the Circle: Scheduled for Sept. 17 at Coachman Park; postponed to Nov. 14. Click here.

Nicky Jam: Scheudled for Sept. 17 at Orlando's Amway Center; postponed with a new date TBD. Click here.

Bastille: Scheduled for Sept. 18 at the Mahaffey Theater; canceled for good. Click here.

Jerry Rivera: Scheduled for Sept. 21 at the Ritz Ybor on Sept. 21; postponed to Dec. 7. ritzybor.com.

Pitbull and Enrique Iglesias: Scheduled for Sept. 29 at Orlando's Amway Center; postponed to Nov. 14. Click here.

STILL ON FOR NOW

Bleachers: Saturday at Jannus Live. Click here.

The Melvins: Saturday at the Orpheum. Click here.

Brad Paisley: Saturday at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre. Despite the site being used as a staging area for TECO power trucks, the show is still a go. Click here.

David Cook: Sunday at the Attic in Ybor City. Click here.

Luis Fonsi: Sept. 20 at Ruth Eckerd Hall. Click here.

Mumford and Sons: Sept. 20 at Amalie Arena in Tampa. Click here.

-- Jay Cridlin

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