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Elgar's Enigma

Sat., July 27
Blossom 1145 W. Steels Corners Rd., Cuyahoga Falls Akron/Summit County


Edward Elgar’s Enigma features 14 variations on an original theme — each a separate musical portrayal of a friend or family member. His ninth variation, called "Nimrod," has been widely adapted for films such as Dunkirk and Elizabeth. It's the centerpiece of tonight's performance that'll feature the the Cleveland Orchestra performing alongside Kent Blossom Chamber Orchestra. The concert begins at 7. Check the website for ticket prices. (Niesel) 216-231-1111

Concerts at Lakeview Cemetery

Sun., July 28


The annual summer concert series at Lake View Cemetery offer locals yet another great opportunity to savor some free outdoor performances. The six-concert series takes place on the Garfield Monument lawn, making it one of the most unique settings in the city. Lake View Cemetery has partnered with Cleveland's premier jazz venue, Nighttown and Jim Wadsworth Productions, to set the lineup. Concerts take place from 4 to 6 p.m.; the local soul band Hubb's Groove performs this afternoon. Feel free to bring a lawn chair, blanket or picnic basket. Admission is free. (Niesel) 216-421-2665

Aretha: Queen of Soul

Sun., July 28
Blossom 1145 W. Steels Corners Rd., Cuyahoga Falls Akron/Summit County


With a little help from guest singers Capathia Jenkins and Ryan Shaw, the Cleveland Orchestra pays tribute to the late Aretha Franklin with a program that'll feature the Queen of Soul's hits. Expect to hear “Respect,” “Chain of Fools” and “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” at this show, which begins at 7 at Blossom. Check the Cleveland Orchestra website for ticket prices. (Niesel) 216-231-1111

Sloppy Sundays in the Sun

Sun., July 21 and Sun., July 28


On select Sundays throughout the summer, Now That's Class will host Sloppy Sundays in the Sun, an event that appeals to day drinkers. Bartender Juliet will serve up her special Aperol Spritz and Pimms cocktails, and both patios will be open. The club will even set up an outdoor basketball hoop. The bar opens at 3 p.m., and happy hour takes place from 5 to 8 p.m. It's free. (Niesel) 216-221-8576

DEVOTIONAL 2019

Fri., July 26, 6-11 p.m. and Sat., July 27, 2-11 p.m.


Friday 26th at Beachland Tavern: 6pm - Doors Open 7pm - Jimmy Psycho Experiment (Los Angeles, CA) 8:15 pm - Eric Nassau (Columbus, OH) 9:30 pm - Lt. Dance (Columbus, OH) Saturday 27th at Beachland Ballroom: 2pm - Doors Open 2:30pm - Fight Milk (Redmond, WA) w/ Tavi from Finland 4:15pm - HE himself (Lexington, SC) 5:45pm - The Gothees (Pittsburgh, PA) 6:45pm - David Kendrick, Delaney Jae, Rocky Schenck Q&A: DEVO's "Total Devo" & "Smooth Noodle Maps" albums. 8:00pm - Bob 1 Cloud Guitar unveiling / Autographs & Socializing + Post Post Modern Man Video 'Behind The Scenes' Film (216) 383-1124

Hootie & the Blowfish/Barenaked Ladies

Fri., July 26, 7:30 p.m.
Blossom 1145 W. Steels Corners Rd., Cuyahoga Falls Akron/Summit County


Famous for delivering one of the top-selling debut albums of all-time, the pop-rock act Hootie & the Blowfish reunited last year and announced the dates of its anticipated Group Therapy Tour with support from special guests Barenaked Ladies. Mark Bryan, Dean Felber, Darius Rucker and Jim “Soni” Sonefeld first formed Hootie years ago when they were students at the University of South Carolina. They had a hit right out of the gates with 1994's Cracked Rear View, and frontman Rucker has also had a successful solo career so expect to hear a song or two from his solo career too. (Niesel) 216-231-1111

Blue Lunch Featuring Dave Keller

Fri., July 26, 8 p.m.
Bop Stop 2920 Detroit Ave., Cleveland Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District


216-771-6551

Snail Mail/Sasami

Fri., July 26, 8 p.m.


Singer-guitarist Lindsey Jordan formed the indie slowcore band Snail Mail when she was just 16. The group has slowly picked up steam. In the wake of the band’s last release, the Liz Phair-meets-the Breeders EP Habit, Jordan has inked a deal with Matador Records. She’s been hard at work on that album, which will come out later this year. “We’ve spent an insane amount of time working on it in the studio,” she says. “We had real resources to do this one. It’s a proper release, and the songs are more mature. They’re more guitar-oriented. I spent a lot of time listening to inspiring guitar-type records and that’s what I’ve been more into lately. There’s a lot of growth. It feels like I’m a completely different person. I’ve been writing during transitional times in my life because I just graduated and I’ve been doing all this music stuff. It was in such an abundance, there hasn’t been time to take a deep breath. Now, I’ve had completely different experiences so it’s like a different person wrote it.” At tonight’s show, you can expect to hear songs such as the droning “Thinning” and whatever new songs Jordan feels like playing. (Niesel) 216-383-1124

Anthony Taddeo with TMT Trio+2

Fri., July 26, 8-10 p.m.
Praxis Fiber Gallery 15301 Waterloo Rd., Cleveland Northern OH


Brooklyn/Cleveland-based jazz group TMT Trio+2 features Juno Award winner Cat Toren on piano, Angela Morris on tenor saxophone, and Anthony Taddeo on drums. Uniquely sans bass, TMT showcases the multifaceted chamber music character of the piano by drawing from modern jazz, new music and avant-rock. 2166448661

Guster/Mikaela Davis

Fri., July 26, 8 p.m.


While often lumped in with the late-90s alt-rock scene (thanks to breakout hit “Fa Fa”), Guster has actually spent most of its career firmly entrenched in the far more amorphous post-Y2K indie world. With 2015’s Evermotion, the band stretches its legs even further, drifting away from more straightforward rock riffs and into open-air chord progressions and, as at least one song titles hints, lazy, loving songwriting. The same can be said about the recent Look Alive, which came out earlier this year. (Eric Sandy) 216-523-2583

Davila 666

Fri., July 26, 8 p.m.


216-221-8576

Underground Classical presents, Anthony Taddeo & TMT +2

Fri., July 26, 8-11 p.m.
Praxis Fiber Gallery 15301 Waterloo Rd., Cleveland Northern OH


Brooklyn/Cleveland-based jazz group TMT Trio+2 features Juno Award winner Cat Toren on piano, Angela Morris on tenor saxophone, and Anthony Taddeo on drums. Uniquely sans bass, TMT showcases the multifaceted chamber music character of the piano by drawing from modern jazz, new music and avant-rock. 2166448661

The Suede Brothers/Bro Dylan

Fri., July 26, 9 p.m.
Grog Shop 2785 Euclid Hts. Blvd., Cleveland East Side/University Circle/Little Italy


216-321-5588

#CPL150 Street Festival

Sat., July 27, 1-10 p.m.

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To celebrate the momentous occasion of Cleveland Public Library’s 150th anniversary—and to give back to the community that has generously supported the Library for so long—the entire city is invited to the free, daylong CPL150 Street Festival. Enjoy family-friendly entertainment during the day, including an appearance from Eric Litwin, the original author of Pete the Cat; and Hiplet Ballerinas. Evening headliners include comedian Roy Wood, Jr., who appears on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, and DJ Dâm-Funk. 216-623-2921

moe./Blues Traveler/G Love

Sat., July 27, 5:30 p.m.
Jacobs Pavilion 2014 Sycamore St., Cleveland Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District


Just over 30 years ago, the four original members of Blues Traveler, who have known each other since their early teens, gathered in the basement of their drummer’s parents’ Princeton, home and launched a jam band that has now recorded a total of 13 studio albums, four of which have gone gold, three platinum and one six-times platinum. Thirty years into its career, the jam band moe. has delivered 11 studio albums and a slew of live releases under its belt. The band has shared the stage with a wide range of acts, including Allman Brothers, the Who and Robert Plant. For the first time ever, the two bands have embarked on a co-headlining tour that comes to Nautica tonight. Expect each band to play a lengthy set and then collaborate on a 45-minute jam with opener G. Love. (Niesel) 216-861-4080

AED Grit and Soul Tour - Full Band Show at the Music Box Supper Club, July 27

Sat., July 27, 7:30-10 p.m.

Buy TicketsUSD 20.0 - USD 22.0


If you love live music, this is a show not to be missed! Two hours of soul searching songs that will take you from laughter to love, tears to triumph. Get an advanced ticket to ensure you will have a seat for the concert. URL: Bandsintown: https://go.evvnt.com/475528-3?pid=5536 Artist: Anne E. DeChant Prices: Advanced General Admission: USD 20.0, Advanced VIP Admission (no convenience fee): USD 20.0, Tickets at the Door: USD 22.0 216-242-1250

Mike Wade & BOSEDE

Sat., July 27, 8 p.m.
Bop Stop 2920 Detroit Ave., Cleveland Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District


216-771-6551

Ted Marengos

Sat., July 27, 8 p.m.
CODA 2247 Professor Ave, Cleveland West Side/Ohio City/Tremont/Detroit Shoreway


216-274-1200

Krampus In July

Sat., July 27, 8 p.m. and Sun., July 28

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Come join us on our patio for Krampus In July on Saturday, July 27th from 8pm-1am. Live music, DJs & fire performance! Ohio Burn Unit "Krampus Ale" draft special! *This is a flow event* Schedule: Reginleif 8:00pm - 10:00pm, D-Rock 10:00pm - 11:00pm, G-mo 11:00pm - 12:00am ,Ohio Burn Unit 11:30pm - 12:00am, J-Dub 12:00am - 1:00am (216) 229-1171

Sugar Mountain: The Ultimate Neil Young Tribute

Fri., July 26, 8:30 p.m. and Sat., July 27, 8:30 p.m.
Nighttown 12387 Cedar Rd., Cleveland Heights Eastern Suburbs


216-795-0550

Princemas in July with DJ Darrick Grant

Sat., July 27, 9 p.m.
Grog Shop 2785 Euclid Hts. Blvd., Cleveland East Side/University Circle/Little Italy


216-321-5588

Headspace

Sat., July 27, 9 p.m.


216-651-9474

Air Supply

Sun., July 28, 7 p.m.
Cain Park 14591 Superior Rd., Cleveland Heights Eastern Suburbs


Air Supply's pop ballad "Lost in Love" had been a hit in Australia in 1978 and began to break in America in 1980. Legendary record maestro Clive Davis had heard the Australian version and got in touch with the band's record company without the band being aware of it to license the track for other markets. Davis made a few slight modifications, adding additional female background vocals, but the resulting hit was very close to the original version. The success sustained the band's career, and it's still going strong fortysomething years later. (Matt Wardlaw) 216-371-3000

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