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Best Shows This Fall

in Fort Wayne

Nurse Blake at Embassy Theatre

Nurse Blake

A nurse with a background in healthcare isn't who you usually go to see in concert, but with social media, anything is possible. Blake Lynch, better known as Nurse Blake amassed a large online following due to his comedic videos providing insight into the nursing profession. He has also been the pioneer of campaigns including 'Nurses Support Their Young' and 'Banned4Life' which challenged the FDA blood donor policy that excluded gay and bisexual individuals.

Drew Lynch at Summit City Comedy Club

Drew Lynch

After finishing second place on the tenth series of America's Got Talent in 2015, comedian Drew Lynch became a nationwide sensation gaining laughs from audiences all over the country. The comedian also gained an international fanbase via his hilarious YouTube videos where he offers funny insights into his everyday life and opinions.

1964 The Tribute at Sweetwater Pavilion

1964 The Tribute

1964 The Tribute takes their audiences on a musical journey to an era in rock history that will live in all of our hearts forever. They are hailed by critics and fans alike as the most authentic and endearing Beatles tribute in the world. Choosing songs from the pre-Sgt-Pepper era, 1964 The Tribute live Beatles concert, with period instruments, clothing, hairstyles, and onstage banter.

Killer Queen - Tribute to Queen at Clyde Theatre

Killer Queen - Tribute to Queen

When a tribute band sell out the same arenas their subjects did, you know they're onto something and that is just the case with Killer Queen, a bunch of British superfans who've made celebrating their idols into an art form. Led by charismatic Freddie Mercury-look-and-soundalike Patrick Meyers, what started as a one-night thing has now spanned over 25 years and been welcomed the world over!

Todd Rundgren at Clyde Theatre

Todd Rundgren

Rock 'n' roll icon, guitarist, interactive progenitor, singer/songwriter, and record producer Todd Rundgren comes to town in 2024. Years of experience and critical acclaim have by no means made Rundgren complacent, and he continues to push the boundaries in inventive and surprising ways. Don't miss your chance to see him as he heads on the 'Me/We' tour!

The Front Bottoms at Clyde Theatre

The Front Bottoms

New Jersey emo-folk band The Front Bottoms take their 'Finding Your Way Home' tour on the road. Still riding the success of their 2023 album 'You Are Who You Hang Out With', expect to hear new Front Bottoms tracks alongside their certified emo classics 'Twin Size Mattress', 'Be Nice To Me', and 'Flashlight'.

Ben Folds at Clyde Theatre

Ben Folds

The frontman of his self-named band, rock artist and producer Ben Folds continues to work with some of the most eclectic names in music and entertainment (remember his Common People cover that featured William Shatner and Bill Clinton?), as well as pushing the envelope on alt-rock ever further. A self-confessed enigma, he prefers to stay out of the limelight except when touring, but can easily claim credit for some of music's most unlikely trends.

Old Crow Medicine Show at Embassy Theatre

Old Crow Medicine Show

Discovered busking in North Carolina by the legendary Doc Watson, the Old Crows were showing off their retro string sound when they were invited to play at The Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN. From these auspicious beginnings, they went on to weave a pattern of old-time soul and blues across the country, inspiring the new folk wave, as well as a collaboration on the now platinum song 'Wagon Wheel' with Bob Dylan. Old Crow Medicine Band are a spectacular link to the past, with a contemporary vibe.

Leonid and Friends at Clyde Theatre

Leonid and Friends

Hitting the road in North America this year is Leonid and Friends, the YouTube sensation tribute band to Chicago, Earth Wind & Fire and others, from Eastern Europe! Despite never having seen Chicago live (they never toured to band leader Leonid Vorobyev's home country of Russia), the group became a global hit for their stunning recreation of the music of the legendary American soft-rockers.

The Used at Clyde Theatre

The Used

It's hard to believe it's been nearly two decades since The Used first burst out of Utah with a burning desire to upset the status quo of their uptight home state. This they achieved and more; the band led a generation of kids not content with the radio-friendly pop of the early 2000s and their burning screamo anthems still hold sway today.

Here Come The Mummies at Clyde Theatre

Here Come The Mummies

A 5,000-year-old foul-smelling, well-endowed, and manly tribe, capable of infinite funkiness are coming to town! The funk band kicked things off in 2000, and are best known for their unrelenting live performances which melt your face and keep the mayhem going from beginning to end. Here Come The Mummies... literally!

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