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Best Concerts Jul 1 - 31

in Cleveland

August 2024

Journey and Def Leppard at Progressive Field

Journey and Def Leppard

Journey and Def Leppard, two of the biggest names in Rock music for over 40 years are joining forces for the first time since 2018 to bring their fans a night of epic Rock across North America. With hits like 'Don't Stop Believing' and 'Bringin' On the Heartbreak' fans will be awash with hit after hit of Rock anthems, so back-comb your hair, grab your guitars, and get ready to ROCK!

Charley Crockett at Agora Theater

Charley Crockett

Charley Crockett is heading on a new tour in support of his upcoming album '$10 Cowboy'! Born and raised in Texas, Crockett's life seems like it's straight out of one of his songs. From living on the railroad to busking in the streets of New Orleans, it seems he's checked all the boxes. A country and blues singer, his classically country voice and engaging stage presence create an experience like no other. A no-brainer for any country fan, and an engaging and energetic show for all others, you don't want to miss out on the chance to see him live!

All Time Low at Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

All Time Low

Signed to a label before they even graduated high school, All Time Low have steadily built a loyal fanbase through their knack for fist-pumping chorus' and unabashedly pop aspirations. Following in the footsteps of Fall Out Boy et al, they've moved further away from the straightforward Warped Tour sound with every release, but this year sees them hitting the road and releasing new album 'Tell Me I'm Alive'.

Bowling For Soup at House of Blues

Bowling For Soup

If you need a dose of unpretentious, instantly catchy pop-punk, then there are few better bands to see than Bowling for Soup. The quintet formed in the 1990s, and spent much of the decade cultivating a small but loyal following as their contemporaries (Green Day et al) took over the world. Get ready to have fun with Bowling For Soup this year!

Moe. at Cain Park

Moe.

Now celebrating over three decades in the 'biz, jam band moe. are heading out on a brand new tour! The band, consisting of Rob Derhak, Chuck Garvey, Jim Loughlin, Vinny Amico and Al Schnier, have had a loyal and dedicated following ever since the release of their first album Fatboy in 1992 on Fatboy Records.

Lucky Daye at Agora Theater

Lucky Daye

2024 is Grammy Award winner Lucky Daye's year as he not only announces his brand-new forthcoming album, 'Algorithm,' but also tours across North America! The highly anticipated tour will feature The Guardian's 2022 "One to Watch," Fana Hues, as the opening act. Get ready for an electric night and experience Daye's high-energy and breathtaking vocals live!

311 at Jacobs Pavilion

311

311 emerged into the American rock scene of the early nineties with a generally sunny disposition and mellow blend of reggae, rap and funk. With over 13 albums to their name the five-piece have released such hits as "Down", "Love Song" and "Hey You". Don't miss your chance to see them live in this exclusive tour!

Two Friends at FWD Day And Night Club

Two Friends

Eli Sones and Matthew Halper of Two Friends are known for producing mash-ups of popular music by noted artists, something which they have been doing ever since high school. Don't miss the duo when they hit the road this year for a series of new live dates, bringing their inspired work to a stage near you!

Sleater-Kinney at Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

Sleater-Kinney

Sleater-Kinney is heading out on a brand new tour! The indie icons are embarking on a tour in early 2024 in support of their much-anticipated new record, 'Little Rope', which features the new song 'Hell' as the lead single. They'll be making stops across North America, including Las Vegas, New York, Boston, and many more.

The Mountain Goats at Agora Theater

The Mountain Goats

Despite his pluralized moniker, John Darnielle remains the sole driving force of Californian indie pop-rock outfit The Mountain Goats. With an ever-evolving roster of live and recording musicians surrounding him, Darnielle revels in his goth-tinged melancholy, fusing a winning combination of wry insight and black humor in his lyrics (which earned him the accolade of 'America's best non-hip-hop artist' by the New Yorker) with lingering melodic hooks and satisfying songcraft. This year, Darnielle brings his spell-binding songwriting to venues across America once more.

Hobo Johnson at House of Blues

Hobo Johnson

Alternative hip-hop artist Hobo Johnson began performing music at the young age of 15. Since then, he has enlisted the help of his band titled 'The Lovemakers' and released five studio albums, with the fifth 'Hobo Johnson Alienates His Fanbase' being released in 2021. Johnson has received four Sacramento Area Music Awards including Artist of the Year, Best Hip-Hop/Rap, Best Emcee and Best New Artist.

Alexandra Kay at House of Blues

Alexandra Kay

Indie country singer-songwriter Alexandra Kay is heading off on a State-wide tour in 2024. She will be celebrating the release of her debut album, All I've Ever Known, which came out on October 26th 2023. She kicked off her career by posting covers of beloved country songs to her Facebook page and soon after started sharing her own music to great success. So put on your boots and get ready for a toe-tapping good time with Alexandra Kay!

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