Concert announcements

A roundup of newly announced concerts and some upcoming shows across the region

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

The Basement

391 Neil Ave., Columbus, (614) 461-LIVE

Upcoming: WAVVES with FIDLAR, April 2; The Cave Singers, April 3; Margot and the Nuclear So and So’s, April 4; The David Mayfield Parade, April 5; The Revival Tour, April 6; Bobby Long, April 7; Tristan Prettyman, April 9; The Slackers, April 11


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

Recently announced: The Gaslight Anthem, June 13

Upcoming: Wish You Were Here Pink Floyd Tribute, April 6; Anthrax, April 7; Badfish, April 9; Meek Mill, April 12; Death, April 20

Canal Street Tavern

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

Upcoming: Wheels, Paleface and Mo, March 30; American Pink Floyd, April 5

Dayton Art Institute

456 Belmonte Park North; (937) 223-5277

Upcoming: Jazz Central Jammers, April 11

Fraze Pavilion

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

Recently announced: Tony Bennett, Aug. 25

Cancelled: Victoria Justice, July 9. Visit for more information.


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

Upcoming: Urban Jazz Coalition, March 30; Old Skool Groove Night, April 5; Wheels, April 6; John Nemeth, April 12; Noah Wotherspoon, April 13

Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati

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

Upcoming: Joel McHale, April 20; Il Divo, April 27; The Killers, May 16

J.D. Legends

85 Millard Drive, Franklin, (937) 746-4950

Recently announced: Eldon Huff, May 3; Jamey Johnson, May 11; One Horse Ryde, May 17; The Cleavers, May 31; David Allen Coe, June 1; Stagger Lee, June 7; Naked Karate Girls, June 14; Lee Grant Band, June 21; Scotty Bratcher, June 28; Travis Tritt, June 29; Ryan Broshear, July 5; Ithika, July 12; Pistol Holler, July 19; The Websters, July 20; Higgins Madewell, July 26; Charlie Daniels, Aug. 3; Wyatt McCubbin, Aug. 9; Frankly Speaking, Aug. 16; Ithika, Aug. 23; Aaron Lewis, Aug. 24; The Highway Junkies, Aug. 30; Shadowlife, Sept. 6; 32 Below, Sept. 7; The Mike Riley Band, Sept. 13

Jerome Schottenstein Center’s Value City Arena

555 Borror Drive, Columbus, (800) 273-6201

Upcoming: Brantley Gilbert’s Hell on Wheels Tour and Kip Moore, April 27

Kuss Auditorium

Clark State Performing Arts Center

300 S. Fountain Ave., Springfield, (937) 328-3874

Upcoming: Michael Kaeshammer, April 19

Lifestyle Communities Pavilion

405 Neil Ave., Columbus

(614) 461-LIVE (5483), ext. 101

Upcoming: Garbage, April 2

Nationwide Arena

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

Upcoming: Fleetwood Mac, April 4

Newport Music Hall

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

Upcoming: Badfish, March 29; Sum 41, April 2; Bad Religion, April 4; The Mavericks, April 6; Cold War Kids, April 9; The Regrettes, April 13; The Black Angels, April 17

Nutter Center

3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy,. Fairborn, (937) 775-4789

Upcoming: Elton John, April 3; Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band, April 9; Time Warp Prom, April 20

Palace Theater

34 W. Broad St., Columbus, (614) 569-0939

Upcoming: Diana Krall, April 24

Riverbend Music Center

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

Recently announced: LL Cool J with Public Enemy, Doug E. Fresh and De La Soul, June 27; Matchbox Twenty, June 30; John Mayer with Phillip Phillips, July 9; Heart with Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience, July 27; Peter Frampton and BB King with Sonny Landreth, Aug. 14

The Southgate House Revival

111 E. 6th St., Newport, Ky, (859) 431-2201

Upcoming: Spindrift, March 29

Taft Theatre

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

Upcoming: The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, March 30; Jeff the Brotherhood, April 1; Divine Fits, April 2; Floor, April 3; Kathy Griffin, April 5; Dwight Yoakam, April 6; The Detroit Cobras, April 17; Rusted Root, April 19

U.S. Bank Arena

100 Broadway, Cincinnati, (513) 421-4111

Recently announced: New Kids on the Block, 98 Degrees, Boyz II Men, June 25

20th Century Theatre

3021 Madison Road, Cincinnati, (513) 731-8000

Upcoming: Leo Fields and the Expressions, March 30; Griffin House, April 4; Bobby Long, April 5; An Evening of Bluegrass, April 9; Richard Thompson Electric Trio, April 11

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