6 Must-See Concerts Coming to Cleveland in June
Summer days turn into summer nights.
And that’s when the fun begins if you’re into Cleveland’s music scene.
Are you ready to hit the city for some great shows this summer?
Check out this lineup of who’s coming to the Rock and Roll Capital of the World in June.
1.Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy
Let’s start off with something to get the gamers to turn off their consoles and venture out.
Grammy-Award-winning conductor Arnie Roth takes the helm of this Distant Worlds Philharmonic Orchestra.
The concert features music from the 14 Final Fantasy series.
Showtime is 7 p.m. on June 16 at the State Theater, with ticket prices starting at $62.
2. Jack White
After a four year absence, Jack White is heading out on tour again.
From his work with The White Stripes and The Raconteurs to his solo work, he remains one of the most unique sounds around.
His new album, Boarding House Reach, is the result of his evolution through metal, backwoods country, pop, and early rock and roll.
You can catch Jack White at Jacobs Pavilion on June 6th. Ticket prices start at $51.
3. Dropkick Murphys and Flogging Molly
Celtic punk at its finest – joining forces for an epic summer tour.
Both bands are celebrating 20 years in the biz and they’re ready to rock like never before.
If this is a can’t-miss show for you, clear your calendar for June 1, 7:30 p.m. at Jacobs Pavilion.
The tickets will run you a hefty $93, but it’ll be worth every penny.
The “Let the Love Rule” tour is coming to House of Blues on June 8, with ticket prices starting at $35.
Jazz, pop, and soul all come together in one rich, Grammy-nominated voice.
This is Ledisi’s seventh studio album and if you haven’t seen her yet, now’s your chance.
5. Shania Twain
She’s back and she’s got a brand new album.
After a two-year hiatus from touring, this country legend is back in action with a new tour that’s coming to Quicken Loans Arena on June 16.
You can snag a ticket starting at a reasonable $40.
6. Leslie Odom, Jr.
Aaron Burr, sir.
Odom, Jr. won the Best Actor in a Musical Tony Award in 2016 for his role as Aaron Burr in Hamilton.
Now, he’s heading to the State Theater on June 28, one of his stops in a string of live engagements.
Tickets start at a cool $55. Don’t throw away your shot.
What’s your style?
No matter what your favorite musical genre is, there’s someone coming to Cleveland you’ll want to catch in June.
Don’t take a chance on missing the curtain because your car breaks down.