Cleveland's Music Headliner

AJR

AJR is set to bring their electrifying energy and infectious pop anthems to Cleveland’s Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse on June 27 as part of their “The Maybe Man Tour.” Known for their unique blend of alternative, pop, and electronic music, AJR promises a dynamic and unforgettable live experience.

Fans can expect a captivating performance filled with their chart-topping hits like “Weak,” “Sober Up,” and “Bang!” along with tracks from their latest album, ‘The Maybe Man.’

Across 12 dynamic tracks, AJR presents their big, sad, titular superhero constantly questioning who he is—an incredibly relatable and often unspoken aspect of life.

The band’s theatrical stage setup and visually stunning production will create an immersive atmosphere that complements their infectious melodies and thought-provoking lyrics. The album includes five previously released tracks, including “Yes I’m A Mess,” and “The Dumb Song,”

This show guarantees a night of high-energy entertainment and musical diversity. Whether you’re a long-time fan or new to AJR’s music, this concert will surely leave you singing along and dancing to their infectious beats.


Mxmtoon, born Maia, is a singer-songwriter who initially gained popularity through her relatable ukulele-driven songs and engaging social media presence. Hailing from California, her music often explores themes of youth, identity, and self-discovery. Her debut EP, “plum blossom,” caught the attention of fans with its lo-fi charm, while her later work like “the masquerade” delves into more complex emotional landscapes. Known for her introspective lyrics and calming vocals, mxmtoon continues to connect with audiences through her honest and authentic songwriting.


Emerging from garage jams and D.I.Y. gigs, almost monday —Dawson Daugherty (vocals), Cole Clisby (guitar) and Luke Fabry (bass)—burst onto the scene in 2020 with a sound that embodies the sun-soaked essence of California. Their debut EP, ‘don’t say you’re ordinary’, produced with Mark Needham (The Killers, Fleetwood Mac) and Simon Oscroft (The Naked and Famous, DREAMERS), quickly gained traction with hits like “parking lot view” and “come on come on.” Their infectious energy and empowering anthems, notably “broken people,” along with the Sofi Tukker remix, garnered attention, propelling them into the Top 20 at Alternative Radio.

In 2022, almost Monday released coastal-inspired singles like “sunburn” and “sun keeps on shining,” earning radio success with the latter a top 10 hit on Sirius XM Alt Nation, a top 20 hit on Alternative Radio, and the official song of the 2022 Vans US Open of Surfing. Festival slots, Governor’s Ball, WonderBus and Innings Festival, alongside touring North and South America with The Driver Era, and headline shows in Japan and South Korea wrapped up the year.

In 2023, almost monday maintained their indie-pop prowess with festival appearances including WonderRoad, Wonderstruck, Have A Nice Trip (Korea), and Life is Beautiful and tours with AJR, Weathers, and The Driver Era. 2022 hosted a string of singles led by the infectious “only wanna dance,” which premiered with V Magazine, “coast to coast,” the reflective “life goes by,” and “sweet feelings.”

With over 400 million streams under their belt, almost monday’s feel-good vibes continue to resonate globally as they dive into 2024 with new releases like “is it too late?” (world premiered with Australia’s Triple J) and “can’t slow down.”


ticket info

Tickets are priced from $40 up to $175 (plus fees) and can be purchased from the venue’s box office or online via the link below:

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