February 25, 2018

19 Cleveland Concerts We Can't Wait For in 2018

It's going to get warm any day now. And the best part about warm weather is that it's finally concert season. We put together a list of shows coming to Cleveland this year that you don't want to miss.

It's going to get warm any day now. And the best part about warm weather is that it's finally concert season. We put together a list of shows coming to Cleveland this year that you don't want to miss.

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Justin Timberlake 
March 31, 7:30 p.m., Quicken Loans Arena
Justin Timberlake is a man of the woods now, but he’s setting up camp in the middle of downtown for his latest stop in Cleveland. Fresh off his Super Bowl performance, this is the first time Timberlake has toured since the 20/20 Experience Tour wrapped in 2015.
Photo via  Man of the Wods Tour/Wikipedia

Justin Timberlake

March 31, 7:30 p.m., Quicken Loans Arena

Justin Timberlake is a man of the woods now, but he’s setting up camp in the middle of downtown for his latest stop in Cleveland. Fresh off his Super Bowl performance, this is the first time Timberlake has toured since the 20/20 Experience Tour wrapped in 2015.

Photo via Man of the Wods Tour/Wikipedia
 Wolf Alice
April 3, 8 p.m., Beachland Ballroom
This four-piece put out the much loved album Visions of a Life last year and are celebrating the release with a worldwide tour. Make sure to catch them as they swing through Cleveland before they return to their native U.K.
Photo via  Wolf Alice/Wikipedia

Wolf Alice

April 3, 8 p.m., Beachland Ballroom

This four-piece put out the much loved album Visions of a Life last year and are celebrating the release with a worldwide tour. Make sure to catch them as they swing through Cleveland before they return to their native U.K.

Photo via Wolf Alice/Wikipedia
 The Mountain Goats
April 13, 8 p.m., Beachland Ballroom
Indie rock stalwarts The Mountain Goats have a lot of material to pull from as they take the stage at Beachland Ballroom. In addition to cuts from their most recent album released last May, the band will take on tracks from releases spanning their nearly three-decade career.
Photo via  The Mountain Goats/Wikipedia

The Mountain Goats

April 13, 8 p.m., Beachland Ballroom

Indie rock stalwarts The Mountain Goats have a lot of material to pull from as they take the stage at Beachland Ballroom. In addition to cuts from their most recent album released last May, the band will take on tracks from releases spanning their nearly three-decade career.

Photo via The Mountain Goats/Wikipedia
 Modest Mouse
May 1, 8 p.m., The Agora Theater
Modest Mouse will continue to tour in support of their 2015 release, Strangers to Ourselves when they take over the Agora this May.
Photo via  Strangers to Ourselves/Wikipedia

Modest Mouse

May 1, 8 p.m., The Agora Theater

Modest Mouse will continue to tour in support of their 2015 release, Strangers to Ourselves when they take over the Agora this May.

Photo via Strangers to Ourselves/Wikipedia
 Odesza
May 4, 7:30 p.m., Jacob’s Pavillion
Take in the warm weather at Jacob’s Pavillion as Odesza brings their breezy EDM to the outdoor venue as part of their A Moment Apart Tour.
Photo via  Tonje Thilesen/Cleveland Scene

Odesza

May 4, 7:30 p.m., Jacob’s Pavillion

Take in the warm weather at Jacob’s Pavillion as Odesza brings their breezy EDM to the outdoor venue as part of their A Moment Apart Tour.

Photo via Tonje Thilesen/Cleveland Scene
 The Melvins
May 18, 9 p.m., The Grog Shop
Get ready for headbanging and foundation-shaking as The Melvins return to the Grog Shop in support if their new album Pinkus Abortion Technician.
Photo via  John Lichtenberg/Cleveland Scene

The Melvins

May 18, 9 p.m., The Grog Shop

Get ready for headbanging and foundation-shaking as The Melvins return to the Grog Shop in support if their new album Pinkus Abortion Technician.

Photo via John Lichtenberg/Cleveland Scene
 Def Leppard and Journey
May 28, 7 p.m., The Grog Shop
This Def Leppard/Journey joint tour is like an '80s rock music fan's fantasy come true. The bands’ second time touring together, Journey is expected to close half the shows while Def Leppard will close the other half.
Photo by Joe Kleon

Def Leppard and Journey

May 28, 7 p.m., The Grog Shop

This Def Leppard/Journey joint tour is like an '80s rock music fan's fantasy come true. The bands’ second time touring together, Journey is expected to close half the shows while Def Leppard will close the other half.

Photo by Joe Kleon
 Tash Sultana
June 4, 7 p.m., Jacob’s Pavilion
A couple years ago, Tash Sultana was making music in her bedroom and uploading it to Soundcloud. Now the Australian singer is touring the world in support of her soon-to-be released debut album. 
Photo via  Tash Sultana/Wikipedia

Tash Sultana

June 4, 7 p.m., Jacob’s Pavilion

A couple years ago, Tash Sultana was making music in her bedroom and uploading it to Soundcloud. Now the Australian singer is touring the world in support of her soon-to-be released debut album.

Photo via Tash Sultana/Wikipedia
 LaureLive 2018
June 9-June 10, Laurel School, Shaker Heights
LaureLive returns for its third year with headliners Foster the People, Brandi Carlile, and Fitz & The Tantrums. Also, look out for performances from Cold War Kids, flor, and Emily Keener.
Photo by Jeff Niesel

LaureLive 2018

June 9-June 10, Laurel School, Shaker Heights

LaureLive returns for its third year with headliners Foster the People, Brandi Carlile, and Fitz & The Tantrums. Also, look out for performances from Cold War Kids, flor, and Emily Keener.

Photo by Jeff Niesel
 Shania Twain
June 16, 7:30 p.m., The Q Arena
The Canadian Country star comes through Cleveland in support of her latest record, Now. Expect to also hear some of the hits that made her one of the best-selling artists of all time.
Photo via Cleveland Scene Archives

Shania Twain

June 16, 7:30 p.m., The Q Arena

The Canadian Country star comes through Cleveland in support of her latest record, Now. Expect to also hear some of the hits that made her one of the best-selling artists of all time.

Photo via Cleveland Scene Archives