A Perfect Circle to Play Wolstein Center in November


Some Clevelanders will undoubtedly remember a particularly thrilling A Perfect Circle show that took place back in 2003 at the Odeon. After an extended break, the alternative/prog band toured earlier this year for the first time in six years.

The group just announced dates for a fall tour; it’ll play on Nov. 18 at the Wolstein Center.

A Ravenna native, frontman Maynard James Keenan has called the jaunt the “get to know ya/re-get to know ya” tour as a nod to the band’s hiatus and news of a forthcoming album.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, June 23. VIP packages will be available simultaneously. The Beta Machine opens on all dates.

The band’s current line-up features Keenan (Tool, Puscifer), Billy Howerdel (Ashes Divide), James Iha (Tinted Windows, ex-Smashing Pumpkins), Jeff Friedl (Puscifer, the Beta Machine) and Matt McJunkins (Eagles of Death Metal, the Beta Machine).

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