Sphere Productions along with Temple King Productions and Gurilla Music in association with Cleveland Music City present... HALCYON SUMMER SOLSTICE FESTVIAL Friday June 21st - Saturday June 22nd LINEUP in alphabetical order ** BANDS ** ADRIFT ON RIVER STYX * ADVANCE ON THE THERMOPYLAE * ATOMIC GRAVE * AUDIO ENGINE * BAKER FREEDOM HAWK * FR33 M3D1C1N3 GLUTTONS * GOOD CALL MARTY G * MO RAGE * NEO MOSH PHIL DA VOID REGULAR SHOULDERS SAM GOODWILL SOUTH ON 77 * SUPER FRESH ROBOTS SUNLESS SKY * T.C.F.H. * THE UNCLEAN * VENOMIN JAMES * VIOLENT FAITH * WILD ORPHANS ** DJ'S ** AMUCKONE ANDRE LEONE BENSON & HEDGES feat. DARW_N & BLACKBIRD OZMTZ MEGALIXIR RAVEY GRAVEY RIKKA TIMMY BEATZ more to be added. BANDS DJ'S THEATER PERFORMERS BURLESQUE FOOD & BEVERAGES Multiple Stages Indoors and Outdoors FRIDAY 7:00PM-3:00AM SATURDAY NOON-3:00AM TICKETS: WEEKEND PASS $15.00 IN ADVANCE FRIDAY $10 @ DOOR SATURDAY $10 @ DOOR Ages-18+ A benefit for Halcyon Charities THE TEMPLE 2831 Franklin Ave. Ohio City
Sounds Like: Black Sabbath, ZZ Top, Motörhead, Humble Pie, KISS
Bio: Ohio-based trio THE UNCLEAN has this month self-released their sophomore full-length album, in the process unleashing some of the most classic but contemporary, polluted but pristine rock n’ roll the underground has to offer. Known for trolling Akron’s dive-bars and tattoo shops, the members of T...See Full Bio
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“You really don’t get to hear bands like The Unclean very often anymore, unless they are foisted upon you by record labels desperately trying to con you that (insert band name here, but I’m particularly looking at you, Rival Sons) are the band that’s come to save rock n’roll by tapping directly into its glorious, bell-bottomed past. The Unclean are raw, unfettered and real; and whilst everything they do has been done before, much of it by bands like ZZ Top, Mountain and Foghat, they do it with such irresistible brilliance that you won’t fail to be bowled over by the goodtime vibes seeping out of every pore of The Eagle. Really, it’s like the soundtrack to some straight-to-video ‘biopic’ of a band like Stillwater from the movie Almost Famous; so authentic you think you’ve heard it before, yet still undeniably original within its own parameters, provoking rose-tinted smiles as –if you’re old enough – you remember the simpler times of seventies hard rock when Ame”