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Blossom Music Center Cuyahoga Falls, OH
Headline Shows: 17 | Date Range: All

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Neck Deep

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New Beat Fund

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New Years Day

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Night Riots

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Our Last Night

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Palisades

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Pvris

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Riff Raff

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Rotting Out

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SayWeCanFly

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Seaway

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Set It Off

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The Amity Affliction

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The Dirty Nil

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The Karma Killers

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The Wonder Years

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This Wild Life

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Transit

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While She Sleeps

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Youth In Revolt

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Pierce The Veil

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Knuckle Puck

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Senses Fail

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Miss May I

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Kaya

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Trey The Ruler

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Never Shout Never

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The Kenneths

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Tue 07/28/15 Steely Dan

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Elvis Costello

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Thu 07/30/15 Kid Rock

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Comments

  1. Amy415 wrote:

    12:50 PM, May 20, 2011

    One of my all-time favorite concert venues. The sound is always good there, and if the weather holds out, the atmosphere is spectacular.

  2. thunderkick wrote:

    01:05 PM, May 08, 2009

    I used to love Blossom until I saw Radiohead there and they left the rear lights on during the entire show. This may not sound like such a bad thing... but it really detracts from a show that has an amazing special effect/light show when mostly all you see is the people between you and the stage. I would still go there... but I would recommend pavilion seats if you want to enjoy any kind of visuals

  3. ParrotheadA1A wrote:

    11:06 AM, Apr 08, 2009

    Blossom is a great venue for seeing a concert!! Be it pop, rock, blues, jazz or orchestra, the pavillion has fantastic accoustics. Combine that with the grounds and you have one fantastic concert site! The best around for summer fun!! They always have a nice and courteous staff to make sure each concert is a memorable experience. I highly recommend Blossom!!!

  4. frozencc wrote:

    06:51 AM, Jan 13, 2009

    This is an incredible place to see music live. It can be rock, pop, classical - the acoustics within the pavillion are fantastic.

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Blossom Music Center
1145 West Steels Corners Rd.
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223
United States

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216 920 8040

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