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Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Red Wanting Blue to Launch Cathedral Concerts Series

Posted By on Wed, Nov 5, 2014 at 12:31 PM

The Columbus-based alternative rock band Red Wanting Blue (pictured) has played a number of different venues (House of Blues, Musica, Grog Shop) on various trips to Cleveland. But not one of them is as unique as Trinity Cathedral, the historic church located on Euclid Ave. On Dec. 5, the band will launch a new concert series at the 500-capacity venue. According to a press release issued about the shows, it will be “the first contemporary rock concert ever staged at Trinity Cathedral.”

“This is such a unique venue and an incredibly cool concept,” says frontman Scott Terry in a press release. “Cleveland is a big market for us and the fans have been amazing in their support of our band. We feel that a show like this offers our fans a much different environment to experience our music. As we try to present unique experiences for our fans, this just feels like the right next stop on our journey.” Tickets for the show are $30.

Glen Hansard of the Frames is also slated to play the cathedral. That concert takes place on Feb 12 and those tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday. Tickets can be purchased at, or at the Cathedral Concerts box office (located at 23400 Mercantile Road, Suite #10, Beachwood). You can also purchase tickets by phone at 866-468-3401.

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