Concert announcements: Artists coming to the 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

Upcoming: Phone Calls From Home, July 5; MONA, July 9; Beat Club, July 11; von Grey, July 12; The Wild, July 18

Bogart’s

2621 Vine St., Cincinnati

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

Upcoming: Emblem3, July 9; Hollywood Undead, July 10; Killing Session, July 13

Canal Street Tavern

308 E. First St., Dayton

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

Upcoming: Magic Jackson, The Cliftones, July 5; As Heard on TV Tribute, July 6; Jasper the Colossal, July 12; Holy Ghost Tent Revival, July 19

Dave Hall Plaza Park

Fourth and Jefferson streets, Dayton

www.downtowndayton.org, (937) 333-8400

Upcoming: Dayton Blues Festival, July 21

Dayton Art Institute

456 Belmonte Park North

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

Upcoming: Twilight Concerts presents Eric Loy in Hale Cloister, July 10; Twilight Concerts presents Jim’s Red Pants and Wind in the Woods, July 17

Fraze Pavilion

695 Lincoln Park Blvd., Kettering

www.fraze.com, (800) 514-3849

Upcoming: Night Ranger & Loverboy, July 5; United States Air Force Band of Flight (FREE), July 10: The Guess Who with Steve Augeri, July 11; Men of Soul featuring Jeffrey Osborne, Peabo Bryson, Freddie Jackson and Howard Hewett, July 12; Kickin’ Chicken Wing Fest (FREE), July 13; WTUE-FM’s “Breakfast With the Beatles (FREE), July 14; Soul Pocket Band, July 16; John Waite with Stranger, July 19

Gilly’s

132 S. Jefferson St., Dayton

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

Upcoming: Old Skool Groove Night, July 5; Chris Duarte, July 10; Eddie Brookshire Quintet, July 13

The Greene Town Center

51 Plum St., Beavercreek

www.thegreene.com, (937) 490-4990

Upcoming: Sister Hazel (FREE), July 25

Hickory Hills Lakes

7103 Ohio 55, Ft. Loramie

www.countryconcert.com, (937) 295-3000

Upcoming: Jason Aldean, Brad Paisley, Dierks Bently and others, July 11-13

Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati

1000 Broadway St., Cincinnati

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

Recently announced: Weezer, Sept. 20; Jane’s Addiction, Aug. 25; Doobie Brothers, Aug. 31

Upcoming: Barenaked Ladies, Ben Folds Five and Guster, July 6; Alice Cooper, July 7; Sublime with Rome, July 11; Willie Nelson, July 19

Indian Creek Tavern

6206 Main Street, Oxford

indiancreektavern.net, (513) 756-9400

Recently announced: Bret Michaels, Aug. 10

J.D. Legends

85 Millard Drive, Franklin

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

Upcoming: Puddle of Mudd, July 13; Matt Mason, July 27

Jerome Schottenstein Center’s Value City Arena

555 Borror Drive, Columbus

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

Recently announced: Drake with Miguel + Future, Oct. 15

Upcoming: Bruno Mars, July 10

Legend Valley

7585 Kindle Road, Thornville

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

Upcoming: All Good Music Festival with Further featuring Phil Lesh and Bob Weir, Pretty Lights, Primus, STS9, Grace Potter & the Nocturnals and others, July 18-21

Lifestyle Communities Pavilion

405 Neil Ave., Columbus

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

Recently announced: Vampire Weekend with Sky Ferreira, Sept. 23; Franz Ferdinan, Oct. 16

Upcoming: Last Summer on Earth Tour featuring Barenaked Ladies, Bend Folds Five, Guster and others, July 5; O.A.R. with Andrew McMahon and Allen Stone, July 6; Fitz & the Tantrums, July 9; QFM96 Wing Zing featuring Cheap Trick, Zoso, Scotty Bratcher and others, July 13; fun. with Tegan and Sara, July 14; Melissa Etheridge, July 19

Madison Theater

728 Madison Ave., Covington, Ky.

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

Recently announced: The James Hunter 6, July 1; Animal Collective, July 18

Nationwide Arena

200 W. Nationwide Blvd., Columbus

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

Upcoming: Americanarama Festival of Music featuring Bob Dylan & His Band, Wilco, My Morning Jacket and Richard Thompson Electric Trio - CANCELLED, July 7; Justin Bieber, July 12

Newport Music Hall

1722 N. High St., Columbus

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

Recently announced: Neko Case, Oct. 19; Beats Antique, Oct. 22

Upcoming: The Dirty Hands with the Expendables, July 9; The Used, July 20

Paul Brown Stadium

One Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati

www.bengals.com

Recently announced: Macy’s Music Festival featuring Jill Scott, Charlie Wilson, Bootsy Collins, R. Kelly, Fantasia and Morris Day and the Time, July 26

Riverbend Music Center

6295 Kellogg Ave., Cincinnati

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

Upcoming: 311 with Cypress Hill, July 5; Americanarama Festival with Bob Dylan & His Band, Wilco, My Morning Jacket and Richard Thompson Electric Trio, July 6; John Mayer with Philip Phillips, July 9; Dave Matthews Band with O.A.R., July 12; Jonas Brothers, July 14; Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band, July 16; Keith Urban with Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch, July 18; Ian Anderson, July 20

Riverscape Metropark

111 E. Monument St. Dayton

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

Upcoming: First Friday Salsa Series with Cla’ve Son (FREE), July 5; R&B Hot Summer Music Series presents Touch (free), July 12

Sawyer Point

705 E. Pete Rose Way, Cincinnati

Upcoming: The Bunbury Music Festival, July 12-14. Headliners are fun., July 12; MGMT, July 13; and The National, July 14

The festival includes too many acts to print here. But here is a mere sampling of some of the bands: Walk the Moon, July 12; Tegan and Sara, July 12; Devotchka, July 12; Toyko Police Club, July 12; Cake, July 13; Divine Fits, July 13; Twenty One Pilots, July 13; Atlas Gneius, July 13; We Are Scientists, July 13; Belle and Sebastian, July 14; Yo La Tengo, July 14; Camera Obscura, July 14;

For the complete festival lineup, go online to www.bunburyfestival.com.

The Southgate House Revival

111 E. Sixth St., Newport, Ky

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

Upcoming: The Copyrights, July 5; Zero Boys, July 12; Swans, July 23

Taft Theatre

317 E. Fifth St., Cincinnati

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

Upcoming: David Byrne and St. Vincent, July 10; Anberlin, July 11; Terry Fator, July 19

U.S. Bank Arena

100 Broadway, Cincinnati

www.usbankarena.com, (513) 421-4111

Recently announced: Rock Allegiance Tour featuring Volbeat, Him, Aug. 25

Upcoming: Big Time Rush and Victoria Justice, Aug. 7


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