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Hard rock band Highly Suspect announces Cleveland concert in July

April 16, 2018 GMT

Hard rock band Highly Suspect announces Cleveland concert in July

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Get ready to rock this summer at the Agora.

Hard rock band Highly Suspect announced a limited tour for the summer, which includes a stop at Cleveland’s Agora Theatre on July 27. The band is also busy performing major U.S. music festivals like Coachella, RiverFest, Mo Pop Fest and Sea Hear Now Festival.

Tickets to Highly Suspect’s Agora show cost $29.50-35 and will go on sale this Friday, April 20, at 10 a.m.

Highly Suspect formed in 2009 in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, originally as a bar cover band. Since then, the band has released two critically-acclaimed albums, 2015′s “Mister Asylum” and 2016′s “The Boy Who Died Wolf.” Two of the band’s songs, “Lydia” and “My Name Is Human,” were nominated for Grammys for Best Rock Song.

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Find more information about the concert here.

The Agora is located at 5000 Euclid Ave., Cleveland.