Schedule Announced for Saturday's Tri-C High School Rock Off Final Exam

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Some 48 bands competed in this year's annual Tri-C High School Off. The top 15 of those bands perform at Saturday's finale, appropriately dubbed the Final Exam, which takes place at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. Tickets for the Final Exam are $10 and include admission to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum exhibits. Doors open at 3 p.m. and the bands start playing at 4 p.m. Here's Saturday's schedule:


4:00- Ceiling – Orrville, Smithville
4:20- Drift – North Royalton, St. Ignatius, St. Michael
4:40- Leah - Westlake
5:00- Covariance – Brunswick, Medina
5:20- Jack’s Mom – Erie City, Erie Day, Fairview, Girard, Millcreek (PA)
Break 1 – Art & Photography Contest Winners Recognition
6:00- Fladnar & Friends – Lakewood, St. Edward, Westlake
6:20- Treble Breathing – Amherst Steele, Avon Lake, St. Ignatius
6:40- Tessa Murthy – Hathaway Brown
7:00- Trusting Obscurity - Madison
7:20- A Thousand Paper Cranes - Highland
Break 2- Recognition of Sponsors, Judges and Special Guests
8:00- M4 – Academy, Fairview, Wattsburg (PA)
8:20- Three Legged Chairs – Copley, Hoban
8:40- The Blkshirts - Westlake
9:00- Never Surrender – Buckeye, North Royalton, St. Ignatius, St. Michael, Walsh Jesuit
9:20- Peach – Nordonia, Walsh Jesuit
Break 3
9:40- Special Guest School of Rock Performance
10:00- Winners Announced



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