Each concerts is free, but you get a little something extra for your pre-show online RSVP. Upgrade to “Fan” status for only $20 (online only) and you can tour the entire Rock Hall with the all new Power of Rock Experience, grab a $10 bar credit and still get that live show and swag.
GET ON THE PNC GUEST LIST:
Friends - FREE
RSVP and join the PNC Guest List for a FREE gift onsite and future surprises
Fans - $20 package (a $40 value!)
Upgrade on the PNC Guest List for Rock Hall admission including the new Power of Rock experience, a $10 bar & food credit, plus a FREE gift. Online only; admission ticket valid 5pm-9pm only.
All concerts will be held from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. on the Rock Hall's main plaza stage. Summer in the City is sponsored by Great Lakes Brewing Company, Fat Head's Brewery, and Magic Hat Brewing Company and is free to the public.
About the Bands:
HIRAM-MAXIM is a Dark-Psych/Noise rock band on Aqualamb Records. Band members, Fred Gunn (vocals), Dave Taha (guitar), Lisa Miralia (Electronics) and John Panza (Drums) have released 2 full length albums since their inception in the 2013 Cleveland Lottery League. Their Self-Titled debut received praise from media outlets Vice and Decibel Magazine, amongst others. HIRAM-MAXIM have released their sophomore album, Ghosts in 2017, which was recorded in New York with producer Martin Bisi (Sonic Youth, Swans) and features A Place to Bury Strangers, Oliver Ackermann.
Glass Traps is Chuck Cieslik (guitar), Matt Hallaran (guitar), Steve Crobar (drums), Sebastian Wagner (bass), and Sarah Paul (voice).
With an emphasis on drone, harmony, and sheer propulsion, the five members of Glass Traps deliver nonstop catharsis ‘til your brain hemispheres are gone. Twin guitars and a plethora of modulators combine with the haunting presence of vocalist Sarah Paul and a locked-in rhythm section. Utilizing the best of Cleveland’s old school analog heroes they’ve recorded their debut release with Paul Maccarone of Zombieproof Studios, expertly mixed and mastered by Ryan Foltz. Look for it in 2017.