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Just because school is back in session doesn't mean live music is off the table. Here are 10 concerts you can’t miss in Cleveland this September.
September 4 at 7:00 p.m. | Blossom Music Center
One of the hottest hip-hop bills of the season arrives in town just as summer's winding down, as co-headliners Meek Mill and Future are joined by openers YG and Mustard.
September 4 at 7 p.m. | Now That's Class
Shapeshifting punks Ceremony recently released a new album, “In The Spirit World Now,” that's full of '80s-inspired post-punk guitars and zippy keyboards—cementing the California band's reputation as one of the most fearless bands going today.
September 6 at 9 p.m. | Beachland Ballroom
Although frequently lumped in with jam bands—blame it on the freewheeling grooves—the Alabama-formed act BoomBox, in reality, favors a melting pot of genres including laid-back soul, easygoing funk and old-fashioned classic rock 'n' roll.
September 8 at 7:30 p.m. | Wolstein Center
Save for maybe Wilco and Brandi Carlile, few Americana acts have reached the popularity of The Avett Brothers. Chalk that up to folk-rooted songwriting that prioritizes detailed lyrics that get at the heart of what it means to be human—the happy, the sad, and everything in between.
September 10 at 8:30 p.m. | Grog Shop
Japanese punk rock doesn't get much better than Shonen Knife, a ferocious power trio that channels the Ramones and other poppy punks, including on their latest effort, 2019's “Sweet Candy Power.”
September 10 at 7:30 p.m. | Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
The Head & The Heart have grown into one of the pre-eminent indie-folk-rock acts in the last decade thanks to several things: sturdy songwriting, an abundance of sincerity and a life-affirming live show.
September 13 at 9 p.m. | Mahall's
Philly-based punk rockers Mannequin Pussy aren't easy to pigeonhole, as evidenced by their latest album, “Patience,” which intertwines hardcore-caliber speed and thrash with burnt-sugar melodies and ferocious lyrics.
September 17 at 8 p.m. | The Agora Theatre
Earlier in the year, the flame-haired former Rilo Kiley leader released the mellow, torch song-filled “On The Line,” a harrowing treatise on what it means to move on and live after major life trauma. As a bonus, Lewis' long-time vocal foils the Watson Twins are opening.
September 28 at 9 p.m. | Grog Shop
Not only does Com Truise boast one of the clever monikers in electronic music, but the artist born Seth Haley is also one of the most talented modern purveyors of retro-kissed '80s synth-pop.
September 30 at 7 p.m. | Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
Akron-grown rockstars the Black Keys christen the newly renovated Quicken Loans Arena (now known as Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse) with a headlining gig, featuring a pair of indie-leaning openers: veteran rockers Modest Mouse and pop-leaning upstarts *repeat repeat.
This newly renovated venue is truly a piece of Cleveland music history. A must-see historical facility with top-of-the-line production. The perfect...
Nationally acclaimed concert club, Beachland's the real Cleveland experience with two venues (tavern and ballroom) in a former Croatian social hall,...
Located just north of Akron, Ohio, and about 25 miles south of Cleveland, Blossom lies within the city limits of Cuyahoga Falls, an Ohio community...
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...
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 place to be for the hottest concerts on stage, the most spectacular family shows under one roof and signature sporting events including the 2016...
Experience the thrill of live concerts, comedy, and family events from nationally renowned touring acts year round. Home to Viking basketball, the...