Heck. Yes. The Avett Brothers are returning to Cleveland! What could be any better? (Well….except for the concert gods scheduling this show on the very same night that Dave Matthews Band is at nearby Blossom Music Center!)
The Avett Brothers never got to complete their full tour in support of their 2019 release, ‘Closer Than Together,’ which peaked at No. 2 on the US Folk charts. The album features stand-out tracks “Tell the Truth,” “High Steppin’,” and “Bang Bang.”
During the pandemic, Avett Brothers released a special treat, ‘The Third Gleam’ EP in August of 2020, a year when fans were desperate for new music.
The Avett Brothers sell out mid-sized to ginormous venues all across the country with minimal help from mainstream media or radio airplay.
The Concord natives released the Judd Apatow directed film, May It Last: A Portrait of The Avett Brothers, giving fans an unprecedented look behind the scenes of recording their album, ‘True Sadness’ (2016) with famed producer Rick Rubin.
THE AVETT BROTHERS made mainstream waves with their 2009 major-label debut, ‘I and Love and You,’ landing at #16 on the Billboard Top 200 and garnering critical acclaim from Rolling Stone, Paste, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and Time.
2012 saw ‘The Carpenter’ hit #4 on the Billboard Top 200, while People, USA Today, and American Songwriter lauded the album. The group appeared on Jimmy Kimmel LIVE! twice in a few months’ time. During their second performance, the Brooklyn Philharmonic joined to pay homage to Brooklyn with “I and Love and You” at Mr. Kimmel’s request.
Their eighth studio album, ‘Magpie and the Dandelion,’ debuted at #5 on the Billboard Top 200. They performed on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Show with David Letterman, and accompanied Chris Cornell for a Pearl Jam tribute on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. The band supported The Rolling Stones in Raleigh during 2015’s Zip Code Tour.
Standout tracks from the band’s storied catalog include “Swept Away,” I and Love and You,” “Kick Drum Heart,” “Ain’t No Man,” “Live and Die,” Down with the Shine,” “Laundry Room,” … hell, too many others to name!
Reserved seats are priced at $65. General admission bleacher seats are priced at $55 each. All prices are subject to additional fees. Tix can be purchased online via the link below: