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Riverbend Music Center

Riverbend Music Center and PNC Pavilion are outdoor amphitheaters on the banks of the Ohio River. Known for being the summer's most popular music venues, their large footprint gives them the ability to host annual events such as The Vans Warped Tour, Rockstar Mayhem Festival, and the Country Throwdown Tour.
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Concert Update from MEMI: Dierks Bentley and Lynyrd Skynyrd

Don’t Miss Some of the Hottest Concerts in Cincinnati!. We kick off October with cool weather and hot concerts! Friday, October 1st, The Taft Theatre welcomes the smooth jazz sounds of Boney James. On October 5th you won’t want to miss Modest Mouse with Future Islands at The Andrew J. Brady ICON Music Center. On Friday, October 8th Dierks Bentley Brings the Beers On Me Tour to Riverbend Music Center with special guests Riley Green and Lindsay Ell. Then on Saturday October 9th Lynyrd Skynyrd returns to the stage at Riverbend Music Center with special guests the Marshall Tucker Band and Damon Johnson.
CINCINNATI, OH
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Carlos Santana, Steve Winwood Release ‘Whiter Shade of Pale’

Carlos Santana has released a collaboration with Steve Winwood on “Whiter Shade of Pale,” from his next album, Blessings and Miracles. The release, coming October 15, 2021, via BMG, also includes a reunion with Rob Thomas who sang on the Santana smash hit, “Smooth.” Listen to both tracks below. Others joining the album include Chris Stapleton and Kirk Hammett.
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Guide to Cincinnati’s upcoming fall concerts

After 18 months of cancelled or postponed concerts, many people are looking forward to seeing some of their favorite musicians live. Luckily, many big names are coming to the Cincinnati area in the coming weeks. Machine Gun Kelly – Sept. 22. Coming off his win at the Video Music Awards...
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Best Bet Events | Sep 20 -26

A perfect night out for parents… and their pups! Fishbowl at The Banks now welcomes dogs on its patio for Monday Yappy Hour. Pups will receive complimentary canine “cocktails,” doggie desserts and puppy treats. Human guests can enjoy a drink to go and enjoy the large DORA district with their dogs. Fishbowl, 141 East Freedom Way, Cincinnati; 4 – 7 p.m.; http://facebook.com/fishbowlatthebanks.
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HOMEARAMA 2021: Plan Your Visit

The region’s premier home show is back again and ready to welcome you to Anderson Township. This year you’ll have the opportunity to tour fully decorated and landscaped homes priced over $1 million in a peaceful, East Side enclave. Here’s everything you need to know to plan your fun-filled and...
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Jonas Brothers Ask “Who’s In Your Head” On Blockbuster New Single Out Now

After teasing it live on tour, Grammy Award-nominated powerhouse trio Jonas Brothers reveal their anxiously awaited new single “Who’s In Your Head” today via Republic Records. The track notably reunited legendary songwriters Max Martin and Rami Yacoub for the first time in 15 years. Their union has produced some of...
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Jonas Brothers Drop New Single “Who’s In Your Head”

After teasing it live on tour, GRAMMY® Award-nominated powerhouse trio Jonas Brothers reveal their anxiously awaited new single “Who’s In Your Head”. Listen here and check out the lyric video below. Building anticipation, they initially delivered a show-stopping performance of the tune during a sold-out show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre...
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Steely Dan’s 2021 Plans: Tour, Live Albums

Steely Dan has set the “Absolutely Normal Tour ’21,” which kicks off with a four-night stand in Miami, Fla., on October 5. The U.S. tour will hit 15 cities over 28 concerts before wrapping on November 20. Tickets for the tour are available at Ticketmaster. See below for the full itinerary.
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Culture FIX: Sept. 15-21

Choices and more choices. It’s getting harder these days as calendars fill up. Don’t worry; I’m here to ease your load. Narrowed choices ahead…. Riverbend Music Center, Alanis Morisette | 6295 Kellogg Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45230. 513-232-6220. DETAILS: Celebrate the 25th anniversary of her debut, “Jagged Little Pill,” as Alanis launches her ninth album, “Such Pretty Forks in the Road,” her first original since 2012. Tickets still available! Guests are Garbage and Cat Power.
CINCINNATI, OH
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CapitalCityTickets.com carries a vast selection of Dierks Bentley concert tickets at affordable prices. Dierks Bentley is kicking off his 2021 tour on August 13th in Salt Lake City, UT. Parker McCollum, Riley Green, and Mitchell Tenpenny are splitting support duties. Born in 1975 in Phoenix, AZ, Dierks Bentley as become...
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Doobie Brothers Postpone More Dates of Reunion Tour With Michael McDonald

The Doobie Brothers have postponed several more shows of their 50th anniversary tour and reunion with Michael McDonald, after a member of their touring personnel tested positive for Covid-19. It’s believed that it’s McDonald himself; he sat out their August 31 date, their sixth show of the tour. The tour came to a temporary halt following that performance.
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Concert Update with MEMI: Thomas Rhett and Dave Matthews Band

Don’t Miss Some of the Hottest Concerts in Cincinnati this September!. When the thermostat turns colder the music gets hotter in Cincinnati! On September 23rd Thomas Rhett takes the stage at Riverbend Music Center with special guests Cole Swindell and Gabby Barrett! Don’t miss the high energy music of The Mavericks at The Taft Theatre on Friday, September 24th. Then on Saturday, September 25th you can see Mt. Joy and Trampled by Turtles at the new Andrew J Brady ICON Music Center, and finally the wait is over on September 28th when Dave Matthews Band returns to Riverbend Music Center!
CINCINNATI, OH
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Some Billy Joel fans worry GABP concert could be high risk for COVID-19

CINCINNATI — Cincinnati is about to see its biggest concert since the pandemic hit a year and a half ago: Billy Joel at Great American Ballpark, Friday, Sept. 10. But some fans of the piano man now say they are worried about going due to the potential spread of the COVID delta variant and would like a way out.
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