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, 614-461-LIVE (5483)

Upcoming: Bear Hands, July 11; Hundred Waters, July 13; The Giving Tree Band, July 17; The Prodigal Son with PJ North, Cat Turtle, July 18


2621 Vine St., Cincinnati, 513-872-8801

Upcoming: Dweezil Zappa, July 12; Black Label Society, July 17; Black Stone Cherry, July 20; Gogol Bordello, July 29

Canal Public House

308 E. First St., Dayton, 937-461-9343

Upcoming: Songwriter Showcase with Ward Lawson, July 11; Hexadiode, July 12

Celeste Center

Ohio State Expo Center

717 E. 17th Ave,. Columbus; 614-466-8346

Upcoming: Boys II Men, July 24; Lady Antebellum, July 25; Bachman & Turner, Blue Oyster Cult and Foghat, July 26; Scotty McCreery, July 27; Jesus Culture, July 28; Sinatra Forever, July 29; The Beach Boys and America, July 29; Heart and Joan Jett and the BlackHearts, July 30; Aretha Franklin, July 31; Zendaya with Trevor Jackson, Aug. 1

Dave Hall Plaza Park

Fourth and Jefferson streets, Dayton, (937) 333-8400

Upcoming: Dayton Blues Festival, July 20

Fraze Pavilion

695 Lincoln Park Blvd., Kettering, 800-514-3849

Upcoming: Kickin’ Chicken Wing Fest, July 12; REPLAY America — The Ultimate 80s Festival: The Go-Go’s, Patty Smyth, Martha Davis and the Motels, Cutting Crew and Naked Eyes featuring Pete Byrne, July 13; Casting Crowns, July 18; Little Big Town, July 19; Smash Mouth, Sugar Ray, Blues Traveler and Uncle Kracker, July 20; The Purple Xperience (Prince tribute show), July 24; The Romantics, July 25; Lynyrd Skynyrd, July 26; GospelFest featuring Sanctus Real, July 27; Satisfaction (Rolling Stones tribute show), July 31; Alan Jackson, Aug. 1


132 S. Jefferson St., Dayton, 937-228-8414

Upcoming: Mel Waiters, July 11; Old Skool Groove Night, July 18

Great American Ball Park

100 Joe Nuxhall Way, Cincinnati, 513-381-7337

Upcoming: Jason Aldean: 2014 Burn It Down Tour, July 19

The Greene Town Center

51 Plum St., Beavercreek, (937) 490-4990

Recently announced: The Bacon Brothers, July 24

Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati

1000 Broadway St., Cincinnati, 513-252-0777

Upcoming: Maxwell, July 19; Counting Crows with Toad the Wet Sprocket, July 20; ZZ Top, July 27

J.D. Legends

85 Millard Drive, Franklin, 937-746-4950

Upcoming: Sick Puppies, July 25; Randy Houser, July 27

Jerome Schottenstein Center’s Value City Arena

555 Borror Drive, Columbus, 800-273-6201

Upcoming: Michael Bublé, July 26

Lifestyle Communities Pavilion

405 Neil Ave., Columbus, 614-461-LIVE (5483), ext. 101

Recently announced: Foster the People, Sept. 12

Upcoming: Brand New, July 11; Modest Mouse, July 12; Sublime with Rome, July 13; Counting Crows with Toad the Wet Sprocket, July 15; Band of Horses with Midlake, July 18; Nickel Creek, July 19; Next@Wex Fest 2014 featuring Neutral Milk Hotel, Circulatory System and Connections, July 20; Jurassic 5, July 27; Panic! at the Disco with Walk the Moon, Magic Man, July 29

Nationwide Arena

200 W. Nationwide Blvd., Columbus, 614-246-3199

Recently announced: R. Kelly, Aug. 29

Upcoming: Katy Perry, Aug. 13; Fleetwood Mac, Oct. 19

Newport Music Hall

1722 N. High St., Columbus, 614-294-7371

Recently announced: Delta Spirit, Oct. 10; Jimmy Eat World, Oct. 13; Chromeo, Oct. 16; New Politics, Nov. 21

Upcoming: Ted Nugent, July 24; Mushroomhead, July 30

Paul Brown Stadium

One Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati

Recently announced: Macy’s Music Festival featuring Charlie Wilson, Robin Thicke, Chaka Khan, K. Michelle, After 7, July 25; New Edition, Ne-Yo, Keyshia Cole, Mint Condition, Chrisette Michele, July 26

Riverbend Music Center

6295 Kellogg Ave., Cincinnati, 513-232-6220

Upcoming: Sarah McLachlan, July 11; Kiss and Def Leppard, July 15; Vans Warped Tour, July 16; Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band, July 21; Aerosmith with Slash, July 22; Gavin DeGraw and Matt Nathanson with Andrew McMahon, July 24; John Fogerty, July 25; Sara Bareilles with Lucius and Emily King, July 29; Keith Urban, July 31

Riverscape MetroPark

111 E. Monument St. Dayton, 937-275-PARK (7275)

Upcoming: Mojoflo, July 11; Dayton Jazz Orchestra, July 17; Dayton Celtic Festival, July 25-27; Bob Gray Orchestra, July 31

Sawyer Point

705 E. Pete Rose Way, Cincinnati

Recently announced: Bunbury Music Festival featuring Fall Out Boy, Paramore and New Politics, July 11-13

The Southgate House Revival

111 E. Sixth St., Newport, Ky., 859-431-2201

Upcoming: Bob Schneider, July 21; Imelda May, Aug. 2

Taft Theatre

317 E. Fifth St., Cincinnati, 513-721-8883

Recently announced: The Polyphonic Spree, Aug. 21

Upcoming: Jay Mohr, July 18; Royal Blood, July 26

Turner Pavilion in Veteran’s Park

250 Cliff Park Road, Springfield, (937) 324-2712

Upcoming: Terry Van Auker, July 11; Griffin House, July 11; John Lippolis and Friends, July 12; 10,000 Maniacs, July 12; Students for Real documentary film screening, July 13; “Grease,” July 17-20

U.S. Bank Arena

100 Broadway, Cincinnati, 513-421-4111

Upcoming: Michael Buble, July 29

Wexner Center

1871 N. High St., Columbus, 614-292-3535

Recently announced: Bombino, Sept. 10; Mark Turner Quartet, Sept. 26; Sharon Van Etten, Oct. 9; Landfall, Oct. 11; Sinkane, Oct. 30; Nils Frahm, Nov. 18; Lee Konitz Quartet, Dec. 5

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