It's hard to believe that 2024 will be here in a few short months. While the year may be coming to an end soon, The Machine Shop in Flint is still going strong with an extensive list of killer concerts.

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Before the year's end, there are still so many must-see shows for not only rock fans but country fans as well. A few to mark on your calendar include Moonshine Bandits, Kidd G, Shane Smith & The Saints, and more.

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The next big rock show coming to The Machine Shop (that isn't sold out) is Beyond Frontier featuring Joey Belladonna of Anthrax. This promises to be a very special night as Belladonna will be performing Journey Songs, dedicating the entire evening to Journey. It's a must-see show for fans of Anthrax and Journey.

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UPDATE: Tickets went on sale today (9/29) to see Nonpoint with (hed)pe, Sumo Cyco, and Vrsty on December 15.

Aside from all the great shows mentioned above and listed below, there are a bunch of great tribute shows as well including The Prince Experience, Hot Red Chili Peppers, Dirt (Alice in Chains), Imposters in Effect (Beastie Boys), Thunderstruck (AC/DC), and more.

For a full list of concerts and to purchase tickets, visit The Machine Shop's website.

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