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Rockers Jimmy Eat World to Perform at Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in September

Tickets go on sale to the public this Friday, June 3 at 10 a.m. EST at  

The Rock Hall Live! Powered by PNC summer concert series continues to heat up adding rockers Jimmy Eat World with power pop band Charly Bliss to its lineup. The concert at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame kicks off Jimmy Eat World’s North American Something Loud Tour. 

Tickets to the Jimmy Eat World concert at the Rock Hall on Thursday, September 8 at 8 p.m. EST go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on Friday, June 3 at

In addition to Jimmy Eat World and Charly Bliss, the Rock Hall Live! Powered by PNC summer concert series is set to welcome a wide variety of established and emerging artists this summer including MUNA, Bluebonnets with Jane Lee Hooker, Adrian Belew, Guided By Voices, Red Hands Gospel Family Reunion, Shackeltons, Oregon Space Trail of Doom, Hello!3D, LILIEAE and more.

Rockers Jimmy Eat World have transcended rock & roll genres taking inspiration from many bands like The Get Up Kids, Nada Surf, early Def Leppard, Fugazi, and the Velvet Underground. The band’s commercial breakthrough came with the release of several singles from their album Bleed American, with "The Middle" reaching No. 1. Their follow-up album, Futures, featured the No. 1 song "Pain." The band released their tenth album, Surviving, in 2019.

Indie rock outfit Charly Bliss are indebted to the catchy alt-rock of '90s bands like Weezer and Veruca Salt. After struggling early on to find the right balance of their grungy rock and tendency toward bright pop hooks, they decided the two could coexist and appeared with their full-length debut Guppy in 2017. They shifted the balance toward pop on 2019's Young Enough. They’ve supported their albums on tour with Death Cab for Cutie, Wolf Parade and now Jimmy Eat World. The band is inspired by the Killers, Cibo Matto, the All-American Rejects, and Kate Bush.  

Head to to check out all the great shows you can catch and grab your tickets now, along with a pass that’ll be your best value for seeing shows and taking in the museum.   


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