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New HUGE Concert Announcements!

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Summer concert season is heating up. A plethora of exciting show announcements have rolled in the past few weeks. In addition to top name acts including Dave Matthews Band (7/8), Imagine Dragons (6/22), Taylor Swift (6/3), One Direction(8/27), The Alternative Press Music Awards (7/22), among many others, this week, a bunch more have been added to the list!

Fear not, Hipsters, next week we will explore the top Indie and local artist shows.

[Side note: Shout out to the huge jerks at Live Nation / Ticketmaster for now longer listing ticket fees under ‘Price Range’ on your website and once again surprising fans with your excessive fees at checkout. Here at CleveRock, we don’t have the time to add tickets for every show to check on these inconvenience fees. Shame on you!]

Recently announced:

Before being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 18, GREEN DAY (!!!) will perform an intimate show at Cleveland’s House of Blues on Thursday, April 16! Please Note: This event is CREDIT CARD ENTRY only; RESTRICTIONS APPLY: CREDIT CARD USED FOR PAYMENT AND ID REQUIRED TO ENTER; TICKET IS NON TRANSFERABLE! Tickets are priced at $75 for floor and $125 for balcony (plus those fees we were discussing) and go on sale on Friday, April 3 at 10:00 AM (likely to be sold out by 10:03 AM).
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Anyone up for a short road trip? What if it was to see The Rolling Stones in Columbus, OH on May 30? They will be playing at the home of the national champions, THE Ohio State football team. Ticket’s are F’in expensive, though. If you want to sit the worst seats in the house, it will set you back $48.30 after fees. If you want to sit up close, be prepared to shell out up to $424.35! Pre-sale starts on April 8. Tickets can be purchased, HERE!
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Matchbox Twenty frontman Rob Thomas is hitting the road in support of his upcoming solo album. His tour will stop at the GORGEOUS Akron Civic Theatre (worth checking out if you have never been) on Saturday, June 13! Tickets start at $51.70 up to $78.50 (INCLUDING fees). Tickets can be purchased, HERE! (On sale on April 3.) Plain White T’s will open the show.
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THE best Classic Rock show on the calendar for the summer? John Fogerty, of course! The former frontman for Creedance Clearwater Revival takes the stage at Jacobs Pavilion @ Nautica on Wednesday, July 1. Tickets are priced at $35 up to $87.50 plus those pesky fees. PURCHASE, HERE! The tour is dubbed John Fogerty: 1969, celebrating the year that CCR released three albums.
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One of CleveRock’s picks for best upcoming show of the summer concert season, after skipping on last summer’s outing, Brand New will take the stage at Jacobs Pavilion @ Nautica on Thursday, July 2! Tickets are on sale now and priced at $27.50 up to $45 (plus fees). Tix can be purchased HERE!
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Do you like Pop? Do you like Soul? Do you like Rock? Did you never like Disco? More importantly, are you a 90’s music fanatic? If so, be prepared to freak out. Everclear (remember when they were relevant?) bring their annual Summerland tour to The Agora on Sunday, July 12 with fellow 90’s staples Fuel, Toadies, and American Hi-Fi. Tickets are priced at $31 + fees and can be purchased online via Ticket Web.
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On Jul 17, Neon Trees will perform at House of Blues Cleveland. Tix are priced at $22.50 (plus fees) and go on sale April 3, RIGHT HERE!
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My dear friend Jack Daryl “Freebird” Bateman III once said back in 2002, “There aren’t many great bands these days. Nobody is going to look back 20 years from now and say, ‘Damn! Sugar Ray…They were a great band’.” So true, Jack. One of the worst bands of the 90’s will perform at the Hard Rock Rocksino on Saturday, August 1. Fellow terrible 90’s act Uncle Kracker will be joined by saving graces Eve 6 and Better Than Ezra. Tickets start at $45.90 (including fees). You can purchase them, HERE, but we don’t recommend it!|
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David Lee Roth is back in the fold with Van Halen. Their new tour will stop at Blossom Music Center on Monday, August 3! With no new album to support, fans can expect to hear VH’s greatest hits. Tickets go on sale to the public on April 4 and range in price from $43 up to $183 plus fees. Purchase, HERE!
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After his first round of announced tour dates skipped over North East Ohio, Ed Sheeran is now scheduled to perform at Blossom Music Center on Friday, September 18! Tickets go on sale, HERE, on April 10. Sheeran is one of the fastest rising stars in recent memory. His first hit, “The A Team” has been eclipsed in popularity by his more recent singles, “Thinking Out Loud” and “I See Fire.” Prior to fees, ticket prices range from $39.50 up to $75. Pleae Note: This event is CREDIT CARD ENTRY only; RESTRICTIONS APPLY: CREDIT CARD USED FOR PAYMENT AND ID REQUIRED TO ENTER; TICKET IS NON TRANSFERABLE!

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