Cleveland Heights, OH

Cleveland's band Herzog to perform with Uno Lady, Pharmacy Key, Bucky Spokeane in music concert on September 3

Paul Krasinic
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CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH — Cleveland-based indie, pop-punk, and rock and roll band, Herzog, will perform with Uno Lady, Pharmacy Key, and Bucky Spokeane for a music concert in September 3.

Taking place at the Grog Shop, 2785 Euclid Heights Boulevard, Cleveland Heights, OH 44106, the event will take place at 8:30 p.m. EDT and doors will open at 7:30 p.m.

Everyone of all ages can attend this music concert and everyone is required to purchase a ticket for $12 plus a $3.65 fee. Ticket sales will close on September 2, while sales on D-day tickets will open on September 3.

It is important to remember that every visitor who comes is required to show proof of vaccination in the form of a photo or complete vaccination card or a negative COVID-19 test result that is printed or in digital form that can be matched with the driver's license or visitor's state ID.

If visitors forget or do not bring proof of vaccination or negative test results, then they are not allowed to enter the event area.

In addition, all visitors are strongly encouraged to wear masks during the event regardless of their vaccination status except when eating and drinking.

Those who want to taste food, enjoy drinks or buy something before the event starts can visit a number of shops and restaurants around the event area which is at the southern end of a historical business or hangout district.

The organizer also provides recommendations for nearby hotels for visitors who intend to spend the night before watching the concert. Some recommended hotels are the Tudor Arms Doubletree, Courtyard Marriott, and Glidden House.

For further information, please call the organizer at 216.321.5588 or visit

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