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DOWNTOWN The concert will be a special homecoming for Lynyrd Skynyrd as the band returns to perform where their legacy began over 40 years ago. With a catalog of over 60 albums and sales in excess of 30 million worldwide, has become a cultural icon that has spanned fi ve decades. “We are very excited to have friends Jason Aldean and Kid Rock join us in our hometown of Jacksonville,” said original member Gary Rossington. “Playing where the band got its start all those years ago is always special but having these guys with us makes it even sweeter. We can’t wait to rock EverBank Field!” The Jaguars kick off a three-game home stand at TIAA Bank Field beginning Sunday, Sept. 16 against the New England Patriots, the defending AFC Champions. Fans can get into the game day spirit with three consecutive nights of live music at Daily’s Place as part of the Massage Envy Concert Series. Heavy metal favorites Deep Purple and Judas Priest will co-headline Daily’s Place on Wednesday, Sept. 12. The very next night country star Dierks Bentley takes the stage with special guests Brothers Osborne and LANCO. Wrapping up the week at the downtown Jacksonville amphitheater is a one-of-a-kind performance by iconic artists Sting and Shaggy. They will combine their bands to collaborate on each other’s most celebrated hits such as “Every Breath You Take,” “Englishman In New York,” “Message In A Bottle,” “It Wasn’t Me,” “Mr. Boombastic” and “Angel.” The rest of September features two more Jaguars home games versus AFC South rival, the Tennessee Titans, followed by a matchup against the New York Jets. Live music at Daily’s Place in September with two more shows featuring rising pop star Troye Sivan and country music favorite Darius Rucker. For complete details or to purchase tickets, visit Daily’s Place SEPTEMBER LINEUP Deep Purple and Judas Priest Wednesday, Sept. 12 Dierks Bentley Thursday, Sept. 13 Sting & Shaggy Friday, Sept. 14 Troye Sivan Wednesday, Sept. 26 Darius Rucker Sunday, Sept. 30 Dierks Bentley