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Best Shows This Summer

in Fort Wayne

Blackberry Smoke at Sweetwater Pavilion

Blackberry Smoke

With a musical style as diverse and colorful as their fragrant name, Blackberry Smoke effortlessly blend Southern-fried blues rock with country and a sprinkling of gospel and RnB for good measure. This heady sonic infusion has seen the bearded quintet blast out of their hometown of Atlanta, Georgia and onto world stages in recent years. Don't miss them as they hit the road again!

Zach Williams at Sweetwater Pavilion

Zach Williams

Don't miss Grammy Winner Zach Williams this spring as he hits the road on the 'A Hundred Highways' tour. It's a hope-filled and vulnerable effort that once again fuses his religious views with southern rock and country. Support comes from the rising star Riley Clemmons, making it a must-see for Christian rock fans!

In This Moment at Clyde Theatre

In This Moment

With a string of hits to their name - including the rock anthem 'Whore' - In This Moment are one metal act you won't want to miss live! Combining shades of goth and metal in their bubbling musical cauldron to produce deliciously dark, riff-laden metal anthems that have their audiences blissfully moshing at every show, don't miss the goth rockers when they make their way to you.

Gladys Knight at Foellinger Theatre

Gladys Knight

Gladys Knight has never been pigeonholed by her early Motown years. With her backing band The Pips she was one of the label's brightest stars in the late sixties, recording, amongst others, the original version of I Heard it through the Grapevine. She isn't nicknamed 'The Empress of Soul' for nothing. Since then, however, she's dabbled in jazz, R'n'B, and gospel, and secured her place in the annals of movie history with the theme from 1989's Bond film License to Kill.

Blues Traveler with Big Head Todd and The Monsters at Foellinger Theatre

Blues Traveler with Big Head Todd and The Monsters

Princeton's own psychedelic rock pioneers, Blues Traveler, formed in 1987, quickly rising to the forefront of the jam band scene with their blues-infused, ever-evolving and extended jam-heavy anthems. With over 13 albums to their name, don't miss the quintet as they present their biggest hits on this co-headlining tour with Big Head Todd and The Monsters!

Lee Brice at Foellinger Theatre

Lee Brice

Singing since the tender age of eight, country music superstar Lee Brice is a regular Nashville chart-topping hitmaker whose skill at writing music is equally matched by his skill as a live performer. Before his rise to fame Brice co-wrote for the likes of Billy Montana and Garth Brooks, finding solo success with the 2009 single 'Love Like Crazy' which broke the record for the longest-charting song in the Top 10 Country Music Chart.

Boney James at Clyde Theatre

Boney James

In 2009, Billboard Magazine named Boney James the Jazz Musician of the Decade and the tremendously talented saxophonist certainly lives up to that moniker. While seen as a forerunner of the smooth jazz movement, Boney's style of playing combines pop and RnB and his style is often seen as grittier and more textured than the easy-listening genre.

Alexandra Kay at Piere's

Alexandra Kay

Indie country singer-songwriter Alexandra Kay is heading off on a State-wide tour in 2024. She will be celebrating the release of her debut album, All I've Ever Known, which came out on October 26th 2023. She kicked off her career by posting covers of beloved country songs to her Facebook page and soon after started sharing her own music to great success. So put on your boots and get ready for a toe-tapping good time with Alexandra Kay!

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Hawthorne Heights at Clyde Theatre

Hawthorne Heights

Emo rock legends Hawthorne Heights hit the road across North America with their Behind The Tears: Acoustic Tour! The influential band from Ohio were at the forefront of the mid 2000s emotional post-hardcore movement, with their perfect mix of aggression and vulnerability resonating with a generation of fans seeking music that was both cathartic and relatable.

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