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Here is a brief rundown of some coming entertainment options in Northeast Ohio. Make submissions for consideration via email. Main St., Oberlin, presents Visions of the Body in Contemporary East Asian Art through June 5.
Cain Park: Superior Road between Lee and South Taylor roads, Cleveland Heights, presents Light Between the Shadows, featuring the art of Douglas Max Utter, through June 26 in the Audrey and Harvey Feinberg Art Gallery; an exploration of Cleveland Institute of Art students and their mentors, July 8 through Aug. 14 in the Audrey and Harvey Feinberg Art Gallery.
Cleveland Museum of Art: 11150 East Blvd., presents at Sharkey George Bellows and the Art of Sports, through Sept. 19; Shah Royal Persian Tent Exhibition, through June 26; Shah Royal Persian Tend, through June 26; Flowering of the Botanical Print, through July 3 Yun Fei: Last Days of Village Wen, through July 31; King of Ancient Egypt, through June 12; Lines: Eva Hesse and Sol LeWitt, through July 31; Pestoni: Some Years, through July 10; Graham, Aug. 13 to Nov. 26; Walker, Sept. 10 through Dec. 31; Oehlen: Woods Near Oehle, Dec. 4 through March 12, 2017.
Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Cleveland: 11400 Euclid Ave., presents Mothersbaugh: Myopia, a joint presentation with the Akron Art Museum, and Meyers: Aberrations, through Aug. 28.
Rabbit Run Community Arts Association: 49 Park St., Madison, presents its 25th annual Juried Art Show, through June 4 at the Madison Public Library. June 12 at Riverside Park in Chargin Falls. may be arranged until rehearsals begin June 13. July 31 in the school Dr. Wayne L. Rodehorst Performing arts Center and another off campus at a date to be determined.
Comedy Improv: 1148 Main Ave., Cleveland, presents Pablo Francisco, June 2 through 5; Tony Roberts, June 9 through 12 John Henton, June 16 through 19; Special K, June 23 through 26; Red Grant, June 30 through July 3.
Hilarities 4th Street Theatre: 2025 E. Fourth St., Cleveland, presents Joe Machi, June 2 through 5; Roy Wood Jr., June 9 through 11; Dan Soder, June 15 through 19; Pete Davidson, June 21; Josh Gondelman, June 29 through July 3; Greg Fitzimmons, Sept. 8 through 10; Tom Arnold, Sept. 16 and 17; Tom Papa, Oct. 13 through 15.
Playhouse Square: 1501 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, presents Bill Maher, June 4; Bianca Del Rio, drag comic, Oct. 14; Brian Regan, Nov. 18. June 10. 5; El Creepo, Aug. 6; Dog Fashion Disco, Aug. 7; Hunny and the Frights, Gym Shorts, Aug. 12; Dream Team 17, Aug. 14; Bayside, The Menzingers, Aug. 24; James Bay, Oct. 3; Hells Head Bash Part 3, Sept. 2; Dope, Oct. 5; Dark Tranquillity, Swallow the Sun, Enforcer, Nov. 15; Leaves Eyes, Omnium Gatherum, Nov. 15.
Akron Civic : 182 S. Main St., presents Al Yankovic, June 24; Jackson Browne, June 25.
Beachland Ballroom: 15711 Waterloo Road, Cleveland, presents Mr. Stress Blues Band Alumni, Anthony Lovano Supernatural Band, The Alan Greene Band, June 3; David Liebe Hart, The Sleeps, Bottom Dollars, Key to the Mint, June 3; Tim Moon, Scarlet and the Harlots, The Chestertons, June 4; JMSN, Tiffany Gouche, P. Stoops. Stoops and Times 10, June 20; Waxahatchee, Allison Crutchfield, Small Wood House, Son Little, Dylan LeBlanc, June 21; Demos Papadimas, Nate Jones Band, Radio Lark, June 23; Into the Blue, June 24; Love Canon, The Gage Brothers, June 25; Fletcher Grove, Cats Meow, June 25; Brian Fallon and The Crowes, Chris Farren, June 26; And the Kids, The Sonder Bombs, Punch Drunk Tagalongs, June 27; Smoke N Mangos, Larry Insana, June 30; Dale Watson, Wayne Train July 1; Ubu Coed Jail! Obnox, July 2; Tufted Puffins, The Telltale Signs, 45 Spider, July 2; The Silvershakers, David Loy and The Ramrods, Alan Leatherwood, July 3; Stargazer Lilies, Paile Dian, Ex Astornaut, July 5; Clarence Bucaro, Ray Flanigan, July 6; The Travelin McCourys, JP and the Chatfield Boys, Wussy, July 8; The Scenics, July 9; The Iguanas, July 10; JD McPherson, Lera Lynn, July 13; X_X, Obnox, Mike Decapite, July 15; The Deep End, Gladiator, Space Jesus, July 16; Raging Fyah, July 17; Swans, Okkyung Lee, July 18; Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Klaus Johan Grobe, July 19; White Lung, Plague Vendor, July 19; Alunageorge, Saba, PJ Morton, July 20; Femi Kuti and The Positive Force, Banners, July 21; EGI, The Bees Trees, July 22; Paper Kites, Flint Eastwood, Paper Morning, July 23; The Night Sweat Tour, July 26; Danny Schmidt, July 27; The Whiskey Daredevils, Bomb City Royals, July 29; Bloodshot Bill, July 30; Chris Hatton, Powerful Pills, July 31; the Way Down Wanderers, Aug. 1; Those Darn Accordians, The chardon Polka Band, Aug. 2; The Suitcase Junket, Aug. 4; Nick Moss, Aug. 5; Elizabeth Cook, Derek Hoke, Aug. 6; Richard Bruckner, Aug. 7; Bob Log, III, Kevin Dowling Fitness Hour, Aug. 11; The Moxies, Bro Dylan, White Buffalo Woman, Brave Bones, Aug. 12; Walter Trout, Curtis Salgado, Aug. 14; Gangstagrass, Aug. 20; Tommy Womack, Aug. 21; Think Pink Floyd, Low Cut Connie, Aug. 25; Delta Rae, Castro, Aug. 27; Carolyn Wonderland, Aug. 28; Rich Robinson, Sept. 9; Aloha, Sept. 22; Nada Surf, Sept. 23; The Proclaimers, JennyO, Sept. 27; Mega 80 Oct. 7; The Oh Sees, Nov. 18.
Blossom Center: 1145 W. Steels Corners Road, Cuyahoga Falls, presents Dixie Chicks, June 3; Zac Brown Band, Drake White, The Big Fire, June 24; Journey, Rascal Flatts, Kelsea Ballerini, June 25; Joe Walsh, Bad Company, June 26; The Doobie Brothers, Dave Mason, June 29; Disturbed, Breaking Benjamin, Alter Bridge, July 13; Keith Urban, Brett Eldredge, July 15; Miranda Lambert, Kip Moore, Brothers Osborne, July 28; Toby Keith, Aug. 5; Blink 182,
A Day to Remember, All American Rejects, Aug. 9; Josh Groban, Sarah McLachlan, Aug. 10; Luke Bryan, Little Big Town, Dustin Lynch, Aug. 11 and 12; Snoop Dogg Wiz Khalifa, Aug. 14; Hank Williams Jr., Chris Stapleton, Aug. 19; Rob Zombie, Korn, In This Moment, Aug. 24; Darius Rucker, Dan + Shay, Aug. 26; Def Leppard, Reo Speedwagon, Tesla, Aug. 29; Florida Georgia Line, Cole Swindell, The Cadillac Three, Sept. 9; Brad Paisley, Tyler Farr, Maddie + Tae, Sept. 16; Jason Aldean, Thomas Rhett, A Thousand Horses, Sept. 23.
Cain Park: Superior Road between Lee and South Taylor roads, Cleveland Heights, presents Bela Fleck and the Flexktones, June 10 at Evans Amphitheater; Ziggy Marley, June 16 st Evans Amphitheater; Jim Brickman, June 17 at Evans Amphitheater; Melissa Etheritdge, June 24 at Evans Amphitheater; Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, June 25 at Evans Amphitheater; 38th annual Workmen Circle Yiddish Concert featuring Lipa Schmeltzer, June 26; Ladysmith Balck Mambazo, Sweet Honey in the Rock, July 16 at Evans Amphitheater, July 16; a New Window The Songs of Jerry Herman, July 21 at Alma ; Helen Welch, 7July 22 at Alma ; Summer of Love, July 23; Rick Springfield, July 24 at Evans Amphitheater; Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, July 30 at Evans Amphitheater; Gaelic Storm, Aug. 2 at Evans Amphitheater; Jake Shimabukuro (ukulele player), Aug. 5 at Evans Amphitheater; the Noize: The 80s Rock Concert, Aug. 11 at Alma ; The Doo Wops, Aug. 13 at Evans Amphitheater.
FirstEnergy Stadium Home of the Cleveland Browns: 100 Alfred Lerner Way, Cleveland, presents. 2; Shrub, Wayama, New Moon Rising, Aug. 5; EPMD Strictly Business 30 Year Anniversary Tour, Aug. 7; Prinz George, Aug. 8; The Fall of Troy, Illustrations, Aug. 11; Boris Performing Pink, Earth, Shitstorm, Aug. 12; Dick Dale, Texas Plant, Aug. 19; Rival Sons, Sept. 1; Monolord, Beastmaker, Sweat Lodge, Sept. 2; The Anniversary, Laura Stevenson, Sept. 14; Tobacco, Sept. 28;Skinny Lister, Nov. 4. .
Hard Rock Rocksino at Northfield Park: 10777 Northfield Road, Northfield, presents Tears for Fears, June 8 (postponed); The Monkees, June 5; Whitesnake, June 11; Trace Adkins, June 26; Chris Botti, July 1; Chris Isaak, July 13; TLC, July 14; Yanni, July 24; Lyle Lovett and His Large Band, July 27; Yes: The Album Series, featuring in its entirety and sides one and four of From Topographic Oceans, plus hits, July 28; The Scintas, July 30; Diana Ross, Rhonda Ross, July 31; 98 Detrees, O Town, Dream, Ryan Cabrera, Aug. 3; Southside Johnny The Asbury Jukes, Aug. 5; Classic Albums Live: David Bowie, featuring Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars, Aug. 12; Chicago, Aug. 20; Happy Together Tour starring The Turtles featuring Flo Eddie, Chuck Negron (Three Dog Night), Mark Lindsay (Paul Revere The Raiders), others, Aug. 24; Seal, Aug. 30; Toto, Aug. 31; George Thorogood The Destroyers, Sept. 20; Gino Vannelli, Oct. 30; Art Garfunkel, Nov. 18.
House of Blues: 308 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, presents M83, June 8; Back in Black (AC/DC tribute), June 10; The Neighbourhood, Kevin Abstract, June 11; gospel brunch featuring Lafayette Carthon and Faith, June 12; Pierce the Veil, The Mighty Movements, June 12; B0RNS, Lewis Del Mar, June 13; She Wants Revenge, June 16; Dolan Twins, Alex Alono, June 19; Motion City Soundrack, Light Years, Have Mercy, June 20; Jon Bellion, June 22; Mali , June 25; The Four Horsemen (Metallica tribute), Maiden Voyage (Iron Maiden tribute), Vulger Display of Pantera (Pantera tribute), July 2; gospel brunch featuring Lafayette Carthon and Faith, July 10; Saved by the 90 July 15; BJ the Chicago Kid, July 15; Melanie Martinez, July 26; Marianas Trench, July 31; LP, Aug. 5; Love Rock Roll, a large scale, live concert musical production that pays tribute to themusic of the women of rock, Aug. 13; Kaya Stewart, Aug. 18; Young the Giant, Ra Ra Riot, Sept. 6; Here Come the Mummies, Sept. 10; Leon Bridges, Oct. 1; Death From Above 1979, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Oct. 11; Sturgill Simpson, Oct. 14 (at Masonic Auditorium in Cleveland).
Jacobs Pavilion: Nautica Entertainment Complex, West Bank of the Flats, Cleveland, presents Cage the Elephant, Portugal, The Man, Twin Peaks, June 4; Death Cab for Cutie, Chvrches, Pure Bathing Culture, June 7; Barenaked Ladies, OMD, Howard Jones, June 11; Dashboard Confessional, Taking Back Sunday, Saosin, June 12; Birdy, June 14; The Robert Cray Band, June 18; Passion Pit, June 26; Ray LaMontagne, June 30; Stephen Marley, July 10; Brandi Carlile, Old Crow Medicine Show, July 12; 311, Matisyahu, July 13; Bloc Party, July 24; Brit Floyd (Pink Floyd tribute), July 30; Kidz Bop Kids, July 31; Halsey, Aug. 2; Goo Goo Dolls, Collective Soul, Aug. 10; Carnival of Madness Tour featuring Shinedown, Halestorm, Aug. 17; Walk the Moon, Misterwives, Aug. 20; Slightly Stoopid, SOJA, Fortunate Youth, Aug. 27; Slayer, Anthrax, Death Angel, Sept. 9.
Kent Stage: 175 E. Main St., Kent, presents The Weight Band (members of The Band and The Levon Helm Band performing the music of The Band), June 11; Hayes Caril, June 19; The Mulligan Brothers, June 23; Indigo Girls, July 22; Doyle Lawson Quicksilver, The Bluegrass Sweethearts, July 23; Brett Dennen, July 30; Hot Tuna (acoustic), Aug. 9; The Bacon Brothers, Aug. 12; Asleep at the Wheel, Aug. 14; Loudon Wainwright III, Oct. 7.