Concert season is officially back in Northeast Ohio. While the summer concert slate got off to a late start this year, September’s schedule makes up for it. Here are our three must-see concerts to catch this month.
Eric Church's Gather Again Tour.
The name pretty much says it all. On Sept. 24, Church “gathers again” in Cleveland for his tour, the third concert of the season, at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse. Coming off his CMA Entertainer of The Year win, there’s no doubting Church will control the stage whether he performs an old classic such as “Smoke A Little Smoke” or his new Grammy-nominated ballad “Stick That In Your Country Song.” ericchurch.com
Stewart Copeland's Police Deranged For Orchestra.
On Sept. 11, Stewart Copeland, legendary drummer and founding member of The Police, performs the band’s hits at Blossom Music Center with a little help from the Cleveland Orchestra. Send a “Message In A Bottle” (or a text) to a friend and make plans to spend a night listening to Copeland and the area’s premier orchestra perform some of the songs that helped The Police earn an induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.clevelandorchestra.com
Alex Williams With Ohio Civil Power.
Cleveland residents will get a chance to bask in the sounds of local Lakewood rockers Sept. 11 when Ohio Civil Power takes the stage with Nashville country singer Alex Williams at the Beachland Ballroom. We can’t wait to hear Ohio Civil Power shut down the show with its performance of “Best Damn Thing I Ever Had.” beachlandballroom.com