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Concert announcements: Artists coming to area


Tickets are on sale at the individual venues and all Ticketmaster outlets, except where noted.

The Basement

391 Neil Ave., Columbus

www.promowestlive.com, (614) 461-LIVE (5483)

Upcoming: Pere Ubu, Sept. 9; Savages, Sept. 15; O’Brother, Sept. 20

Bogart’s

2621 Vine St., Cincinnati

www.bogarts.com, (513) 872-8801

Recently Announced: twenty one pilots, Oct. 25-26; The Devil Wears Prada, Nov. 3

Upcoming: Zedd, Sept. 10; The Gaslight Anthem, Sept. 11; Yellowcard, Sept. 12; Citizen Cope, Sept. 14; Blue October, Sept. 18

Canal Street Tavern

308 E. First St., Dayton

www.canalstreettavern.com, (937) 461-9343

Upcoming: Blue Moon Soup, The Ford Theater, Reunion, Sept. 6; Cricketbows, Grover, Sept. 7

Dayton Art Institute

456 Belmonte Park North

www.daytonartinstitute.org; (937) 223-5277

Upcoming: Vectren Jazz & Beyond: Tribute to Louis Armstrong, Sept. 12

Gilly’s

132 S. Jefferson St., Dayton

www.gillysjazz.com, (937) 228-8414

Upcoming: Old Skool Groove Night, Sept. 6; BIGROBB, Sept. 7; Ronnie Diamond Hoard, Sept. 8

Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati

1000 Broadway St., Cincinnati

www.horseshoecincinnati.com, (513) 252-0777

Upcoming: Darius Rucker, Sept. 14; Weezer, Sept. 20; Earth, Wind and Fire, Sept. 22

J.D. Legends

85 Millard Drive, Franklin

www.jdlegends.com, (937) 746-4950

Upcoming: 32 Below, Sept. 7; The Mike Riley Band, Sept. 13; 13 Stares, Sept. 20; The Whammies, Sept. 28

Jerome Schottenstein Center’s Value City Arena

555 Borror Drive, Columbus

www.schottensteincenter.com, (800) 273-6201

Upcoming: Drake with Miguel + Future, Oct. 15

Kuss Auditorium

Clark State Performing Arts Center

300 S. Fountain Ave., Springfield

http://pac.clarkstate.edu, (937) 328-3874

Upcoming: Vince Gill, Sept. 6

Legend Valley

7585 Kindle Road, Thornville

www.legendvalley.net, (740) 323-1485

Upcoming: Werk Out Festival, Sept. 12-14

Lifestyle Communities Pavilion

405 Neil Ave., Columbus

www.promowestlive.com, (614) 461-LIVE (5483), ext. 101

Upcoming: Country Jam, Sept. 6; Queens of the Stone Age, Sept. 15; Ani DiFranco, Sept. 21; Vampire Weekend with Sky Ferreira, Sept. 23; Kid Cudi with Tyler the Creator, Logic, Sept. 24

Madison Theater

728 Madison Ave., Covington, Ky.

www.madisontheateronline.com; (937) 491-2444

Recently announced: Fitz and the Tantrums, Capital Cities, Nov. 14

Upcoming: Immortal Technique and Borter Ali, Sept. 25

McCoy Center for the Arts

100 E. Dublin Granville Rd., New Albany

www.mccoycenter.org, (614) 939-2245

Recently announced: Herbie Hancock, Oct. 8; Buddy Guy, Oct. 20; The Temptations, Jan. 6, 2014; Chris Botti, Feb. 13, 2014; The Fab Four, March 8, 2014

Nationwide Arena

200 W. Nationwide Blvd., Columbus

www.nationwidearena.com, (614) 246-3199

Upcoming: Blake Shelton, Sept. 20

Newport Music Hall

1722 N. High St., Columbus

www.promowestlive.com, (614) 294-7371

Recently announced: Neko Case, Oct. 19; Manchester Orchestra, Nov. 17

Upcoming: One More Time — A Tribute to Daft Punk, Sept. 6; Rancid, Sept. 12; CHVRCHES, Sept. 13; Blood on the Dance Floor, Sept. 14

Palace Theater

34 W. Broad St., Columbus

www.capa.com, (614) 569-0939

Recently announced: Frankie Valli, Nov. 3, Dave Koz and Friends, Dec. 8

Riverbend Music Center

6295 Kellogg Ave., Cincinnati

www.riverbend.org, (513) 232-6220

Upcoming: Blondie with X, Sept. 11; Queens of the Stone Age with Guards, Sept. 13; Ohio River Throwdown, Sept. 14; Sigur Ros, Sept. 16; Luke Bryan, Sept. 26; The Moody Blues, Sept. 27

Riverscape MetroPark

111 E. Monument St. Dayton

www.metroparks.org, (937) 275-PARK (7275)

Upcoming: WYSO Concert, Sept. 8

The Southgate House Revival

111 E. Sixth St., Newport, Ky.

www.southgatehouse.com, (859) 431-2201

Recently announced: Built to Spill, Oct. 22; Manchester Orchestra, Nov. 23

Upcoming: Shooter Jennings, Sept. 6; Jessica Lea Mayfield, Sept. 12

Taft Theatre

317 E. Fifth St., Cincinnati

www.taftevents.com, (513) 721-8883

Upcoming: Astronautalis, Sept. 17; Joe Satriani with Steve Morse, Sept. 20; Widespread Panic, Sept. 22

20th Century Theatre

3021 Madison Road, Cincinnati

www.the20thcenturytheatre.com, (513) 731-8000

Recently announced: Toad the Wet Sprocket, Nov. 19

Upcoming: The Wood Brothers, Sept. 17



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