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Sublime with Rome and Dirty Heads coming to Tyson Events Center
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Sublime with Rome

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SIOUX CITY -- Critically acclaimed rock bands Sublime with Rome and Dirty Heads will bring their "High and Mighty Tour" to the Tyson Events Center, 401 Gordon Drive, on Oct. 3.

Sublime with Rome was formed in 2010 by lead singer/guitarist Rome Ramirez, bassist Eric Wilson and drummer Carlos Verdugo. The band's album "Blessings" has been a hit on alternative radio stations.  

Following in the footsteps of their fellow Southern California bandmates in Sublime, Huntington Beach's Dirty Heads mix hip-hop, reggae and rock along with a laid-back Southern California attitude. Dirty Heads consists of punk rocker Dustin Bushnell (aka Duddy B.) and rapper Jared Watson (aka Dirty J).

Tickets will go on sale on Friday at the Primebank Box Office, at 712-279-4850 or at TysonCenter.com

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