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With warmer weather finally here, there's no better time to get out of the house and check out some live music. Here are 10 concerts in Cleveland not to miss in May.
May 1 at 8 p.m. | House of Blues
Plan to call in late (or sick) on Thursday, as the soulful, upbeat EDM and house favored by the Canadian duo Christian Srigley and Leighton James will make you rage like it's the weekend.
May 4 at 9 p.m. | The Beachland Tavern
Fresh off an appearance at the Stagecoach Festival, Australia native Ruby Boots (a.k.a. Bex Chilcott) brings her unique spin on alt-country — think the rustic edge of Nikki Lane and Neko Case's plaintive melodies — to town.
May 6 at 8 p.m. | Grog Shop
For fans of ragged, heart-on-sleeve rock 'n' roll, it doesn't get much better than this double bill featuring '90s grunge-pop faves the Lemonheads, who are touring in support of a new covers album, "Varshons 2," and special guest opener Tommy Stinson of Replacements and Bash & Pop fame.
May 7 at 9 p.m. | Mahall's
Knife Knights — a.k.a. the latest project helmed by Ishmael Butler from hip-hop icons Digable Planets and Shabazz Palaces — favors an eclectic music mix informed by soul, electronic, and jazz.
May 12 at 8:30 p.m. | Now That's Class
Stay out late on a Sunday for the fiercely feminist hardcore of War on Women — and obliterate a healthy bedtime entirely by sticking around for the spring-loaded punk-pop of headliners Bad Cop/Bad Cop.
May 11 at 7:30 p.m. | Masonic Cleveland Auditorium
One of indie rock's most unique and adventurous bands brings its kaleidoscopic brand of electro-psych-pop feels and delightfully weird sonic detours to the spacious Masonic Cleveland Auditorium.
May 20 at 7:30 p.m. | Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
Momentum is on the side of vintage soul/funk progenitor Anderson .Paak. Not only does his current tour feature opening sets from Thundercat and Earl Sweatshirt — but the musician has just released a new, Dr. Dre-executive-produced album, "Ventura," that features A-list stars (André 3000, Smokey Robinson, Brandy) and has drawn praise for its retro, '70s soul-indebted sounds.
May 28 at 9 p.m. | Cambridge Room at the House of Blues
Chicago-based R&B/soul sensation Jamila Woods, who's collaborated with Chance the Rapper, Noname, and Macklemore, is touring in support of her upcoming second album, "Legacy! Legacy!"
May 29 at 8 p.m. | Mahall's
Weeks removed from the release of a stunning new album, "Green and Gray," moody, noisy Boston indie/post-punk rockers Pile arrive at Mahall's for a sure-to-be-cathartic headlining show.
May 30 at 7 p.m. | Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
It's impossible to pigeonhole Tash Sultana, a mesmerizing, smoky-voiced Australian guitarist and singer-songwriter who is a one-woman melting pot of blues, folk and psychedelic rock.
House of Blues Restaurant & Bar features a harmony of Southern cuisine and re-imagined American favorites that are bold and classic, yet contemporary. Here, you will indulge in genuine culture with...
Nationally acclaimed concert club, Beachland's the real Cleveland experience with two venues (tavern and ballroom) in a former Croatian social hall, great beer selection and awesome jukebox.
An open-air ampitheater on the west bank of The Flats in Cleveland. The venue offers concert seating holding up to 4,800 patrons.
The Masonic Temple Auditorium was completed in 1921 and originally housed the Cleveland Orchestra for many years. Due to its renowned acoustics the venue has been home to various performing arts...
We strive to showcase live music 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The Grog Shop has played host to countless local, national, and international touring acts for over twenty years, booking all ranges of...