The Airborne Toxic Event’s Intimate Tour Coming to Cleveland


Known for its sweeping anthems that recall the likes of Bruce Springsteen and U2, the Airborne Toxic Event just released two albums (the experimental Dope Machines and the online-only acoustic record Songs of God and Whiskey). In the wake of those releases, the band has just announced “an intimate one-of-a-kind audio/visual live concert experience." The group is only playing nine dates on the tour and will perform Dope Machines in its entirety along with music from its past three albums. The band plays Trinity Cathedral on Friday, March 13. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday.  

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