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Best Concerts Jul 18 - Sep 18

in Toledo

1964 The Tribute at Valentine Theatre

1964 The Tribute

1964 The Tribute takes their audiences on a musical journey to an era in rock history that will live in all of our hearts forever. They are hailed by critics and fans alike as the most authentic and endearing Beatles tribute in the world. Choosing songs from the pre-Sgt-Pepper era, 1964 The Tribute live Beatles concert, with period instruments, clothing, hairstyles, and onstage banter.

Chris Stapleton at Huntington Center

Chris Stapleton

Country crooner Chris Stapleton's legacy reaches far beyond Nashville's city limits. Having penned songs for the likes of Adele, Sheryl Crow, and Alison Krauss, there's a slim chance that you've not heard a tune created by the prolific songwriter. In 2015, the stetson-toting country gentleman stepped from out of the shadows with Traveller. In 2017 he released From A Room: Volume 1, followed later in the year with Volume 2 . Don't miss Stapleton live as he celebrates his Grammy wins, adding an extensive list of new dates to his All-American Road Show!

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Jordan Davis at Huntington Center

Jordan Davis

Country pop star Jordan Carl Wheeler Davis, known as Jordan Davis is hitting the road this summer on the 'Damn Good Time' tour in support of his February release Bluebird Days'. The trek will be heading across the US stopping at big cities like Atlanta, Columbia, New York, Las Vegas and many more. Special guests Gabby Barret, Greylan James, Kameron Marlowe, Dylan Marlow, Avery Anna, Danielle Bradbery, Connor Smith, amongst others will join Davis.

Tedeschi Trucks Band at Toledo Zoo Amphitheatre

Tedeschi Trucks Band

The Grammy-winning husband and wife duo Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks are hitting the road. Comprised of slide guitar virtuoso Trucks, the feisty vocals of Tedeschi and a backing band of killer brass and rhythm section musicians, the Tedeschi Truck Band do southern-fried soul like no one else's business.

John Fogerty at Toledo Zoo Amphitheatre

John Fogerty

Founder member of Creedence Clearwater Revival, John Fogerty's unmistakable growl was a staple of American radio during the 60s, on tracks like Bad Moon Rising, Proud Mary and the anti-Vietnam war anthem Fortunate Son. Selling millions of records worldwide, the group disbanded in 1970, at which point Fogerty pursued a highly successful solo career, penning hits including Old Man Down the River and Rockin' All Over the World (later made famous by Status Quo).

Here Come The Mummies at Promenade Park Stage

Here Come The Mummies

A 5,000-year-old foul-smelling, well-endowed, and manly tribe, capable of infinite funkiness are coming to town! The funk band kicked things off in 2000, and are best known for their unrelenting live performances which melt your face and keep the mayhem going from beginning to end. Here Come The Mummies... literally!

Yachtley Crew at Promenade Park Stage

Yachtley Crew

Get out your boat shoes and put on your nautical gear, Yachtley Crew is sailing Full Steam Ahead into a harbor near you this spring. The seafaring minstrels, often referred to as the nation's number-one yacht rock band, will be the wind in your sails with their seventies and eighties soft rock covers. With their shows selling out portside, starboard, and bow side make sure you get your tickets now before you fall overboard!

Avatar The Last Airbender In Concert at Stranahan Theatre

Avatar The Last Airbender In Concert

Get immersed in the epic world of Avatar: The Last Airbender! In this thrilling screening of the greatest moments along Aang's quest, a live orchestra performs the soundtrack! As some of the most breathtaking scenes from the series are shown on the cinema screen, witness live the unmistakable sounds of the soundtrack's looming taiko drums, atmospheric erhu violins and the enchanting sonics of a sweeping wind section taking you along for the journey.

Get The Led Out - Tribute Band at Centennial Terrace

Get The Led Out - Tribute Band

The Urban Dictionary defines as 'Getting the Led out' as: 'It basically means that you are rocking out to some Led Zeppelin which is probably the best band ever to grace our Earth.' On a mission to bring the legend of Plant, Page et al to the stage, this is no ordinary tribute show. Passionate about the 'Zep, these guys are committed to playing you the tunes in with the greatest respect and musicianship, whilst sharing the Led love.

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