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See You in the Pit: Summer Slaughter Tour

This summer is about to become more brutal than ever before. Don't worry, I’m not talking about adding any more humid days being added to the calendar. Cincinnati is going to be hit with one of the heaviest hitting concerts of the year.

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The Undead are set to bring a night of punk and horror to the Southgate House

Under normal circumstances, a hearse parked in front of a church is not a sign of a good time. However, when that hearse is The Undead’s infamous tour vehicle, and that church is The Southgate House Revival, all bets are off.

King Records Month Kicks Off at The Woodward

September marks the 74th anniversary of the first songs recorded for the Cincinnati label, King Records. The Woodward Theater is hosting a FREE admission event to kick off this important month in style.

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Taking Back Sunday: No Nostalgia

I honestly thought the highlight of the night was going to be getting to see Every Time I Die play new tracks from Low Teens, one of the best heavy albums to come out in the past half-decade and a personal favorite album from last year. I hadn’t actively listened to Taking Back Sunday for probably that whole half decade or so, much to my chagrin.

98 Degrees Come Home for Christmas

Cincinnati’s favorite boy band is releasing a Christmas album, Let it Snow and embarking on a 31-city tour! VIP pre-sale tickets for the tour begins Tuesday, August 15th, with general on sale everywhere Friday, August 18th. The Cincinnati date is Friday, December 15th at The Aronoff Center!

2017 DevouGrass Music & Arts Festival

The DevouGrass Music and Arts Festival is a daylong music, food, and arts festival hosted in Covington’s Devou Park. The free event, held at the Devou Park Bandshell features live bluegrass music, children’s activities, bike races, gourmet food trucks, arts and crafts, and much more.

2017 Bluegrass for Babies Benefit Concert

On Saturday, September 23 the Bluegrass for Babies benefit concert will celebrate its 9th year. The annual family-friendly bluegrass concert, presented by the Healthy Roots Foundation, will return to Seasongood Pavilion in Eden Park from 3-9pm.

Remembering Chester Bennington: One of the Most Powerful Male Vocalists of the 2000s

More than 300 memorials have been organized around the world in his honor. That’s how you know someone left an immense mark on the world.

Plan Your Music Weekend: August 11-13

Cincinnati is full of so many things to do, we wanted to help you plan your music weekend! Each week we will make a few recommendations on what bands to check out. Keep in mind, these are just a few and you can find more options on our calendar!

New Eric Nally Video: "Believe"

As we prepare for Eric Nally's free Fountain Square performance on September 1st, we are still trying to get a feel for his solo album. Today Eric has released his second solo song and music video, titled "Believe".

Jettison Release Debut EP

Jettison Just released their debut EP, Statuette! “Calling” is currently the CincyMusic Download of the Week. You can catch them next at Smoke Justis on Saturday, August 26th! We sat down with the band to chat about the debut EP, what they have been up to, and what’s next!

CSO and Pops Single Tickets on Sale

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Pops celebrate the grand re-opening of Cincinnati’s Music Hall this October following an extensive and historic $143 million renovation. Each of Music Hall’s resident companies (the CSO, Cincinnati Pops, May Festival, Cincinnati Opera and Cincinnati Ballet) will be featured in performances during the first five weeks of re-opening.