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Banker’s Life Fieldhouse

125 Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis

www.bankerslifefieldhouse.com, 317-917-2727

Upcoming: Eagles, March 12; Pink, March 17

Belterra Casino Resort and Spa

777 Belterra Dr., Florence, Ind.

www.belterracasino.com, 812-427-7777

Upcoming: Three Dog Night, March 10; Ronnie Milsap, March 24

BMI Indoor Speedway

791 E. Main St., Versailles

www.bmikarts.com, 937-526-9544

Upcoming: Warrant with Special Guest Steelheart, March 10; Jackyl, March 16; Fuel with Special Guest Sponge, April 21; The Oak Ridge Boys with Special Guest Amanda Watkins, May 5; Cinderella’s Tom Keifer, June 2; Queensryche with Special Guest The Iron Maidens, June 23

Bogart’s

2621 Vine St., Cincinnati

www.bogarts.com, 513-872-8801

Recently announced: Minus the Bear, May 2

Upcoming: Dashboard Confessional, April 4

Fraze Pavilion

695 Lincoln Park Blvd., Kettering

www.fraze.com, 800-514-3849

Recently announced: Alison Krauss, June 15; Tony Bennett, June 21; Neal McCoy, June 24; Roger Daltrey performs The Who’s “Tommy”, July 2; Satisfaction, July 11; Dave Koz & Friends, July 20; O.A.R., July 24; Jim Gaffigan, July 27; Reba McEntire, Aug. 4; Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin, Collin Raye, Electric 90s Throwdown, Aug. 10; The Avett Brothers, Aug. 14

Hobart Arena

255 Adams St., Troy

www.hobartarena.com, 937-339-2911

Upcoming: Newsboys, March 16

Jerome Schottenstein Center’s Value City Arena

555 Borror Drive, Columbus

www.schottensteincenter.com, 800-273-6201

Recently announced: James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt, June 30; Taylor Swift, July 7; Radiohead, July 23; Smashing Pumpkins, Aug. 11; Journey and Def Leppard, Aug. 22; Elton John, Nov. 2

Upcoming: Demi Lovato and DJ Khaled, March 14; Lorde: Melodrama World Tour, March 31

Kuss Auditorium

Clark State Performing Arts Center

300 S. Fountain Ave., Springfield

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

Upcoming shows: The Celtic Tenors, March 16; Misha Dichter, March 24

Nationwide Arena

200 W. Nationwide Blvd., Columbus

www.nationwidearena.com, 614-246-3199

Recently announced: Justin Timberlake, May 7; Daryl Hall and John Oates and Train, May 24; Fall Out Boy, Sept. 9

Upcoming: Blake Shelton, March 15

Nutter Center

3640 Colonel Glenn Highway, Fairborn

www.nuttercenter.com, 937-775-4789

Upcoming: Alan Jackson with Runaway June, March 16

Oddbody’s Music Room

5418 Burkhardt Road, Dayton

www.oddbodys.com; (937) 813-4272

Upcoming: Mike Love, March 10; Jackyl, March 16

Palace Theatre

34 W. Broad St., Columbus

www.capa.com, 614-569-0939

Upcoming: Columbus ’90s Block Party, March 22

PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center

6295 Kellogg Ave., Cincinnati

www.PNCPavilion.com, 513-232-6220

Recently announced: Grizzly Bear, Spoon, June 25; Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, July 18; Jason Mraz, Aug. 22; Trombone Shorty, Aug. 25

Riverbend Music Center

6295 Kellogg Ave., Cincinnati

www.riverbend.org, 513-232-6220

Recently announced: Jack Johnson, June 13; John Fogerty and ZZ Top, June 14; Jimmy Buffett, July 10; Avenged Sevenfold, Aug. 4; Pentatonix, Sept. 5

Rose Music Center at The Heights

6800 Executive Boulevard, Huber Heights

www.rosemusiccenter.com, 513-232-6220

Recently announced: Steven Wright, May 18; The Monkees, June 15; Air Supply, July 14; Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, July 17; Trombone Shorty, Aug. 24

Taft Theatre

317 E. Fifth St., Cincinnati

tafttheatre.org, 513-721-8883

Recently announced: Adam Sandler, April 21; Nancy and Beth, April 22; Rick Astley, April 29; Ghost, May 11; Darren Knight’s Southern Momma, May 12; Jeanne Robertson, May 20; Maria Bamford, May 26; Ledisi, June 6; The Pretenders, July 6; Todd Rundgren, July 10

Upcoming: Lyle Lovett and Shawn Colvin, March 20; The Dean Ween Group, March 24

U.S. Bank Arena

100 Broadway, Cincinnati

www.usbankarena.com, 513-421-4111

Recently announced: Radiohead, July 25

Victoria Theatre

138 N. Main Street

www.victoriatheatre.com

Upcoming: Kansas, March 21



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