Barenaked Ladies to Play Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica in July

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Given that Barenaked Ladies have played Cleveland since the early days, it’s not a surprise that the Canadian alt-rock band has always included a Cleveland stop as part of its Last Summer on Earth Tour.

Earlier today, the band announced details regarding this summer's Last Summer on Earth 2018 tour that pairs the group with special guests Better Than Ezra and KT Tunstall.



“The Last Summer on Earth tour is something we all really look forward to,” states Ed Robertson in a press release announcing the tour. “From its inception, it’s been about putting together great live acts to give the audience a great night out. 2018 is going to be a blast, because we’re touring with friends! Kevin Griffin from Better Than Ezra has been a songwriting collaborator for almost a decade and KT and I rocked together in Yukon Kornelius. This is going to be a great tour with lots of collaboration.”

A VIP ticket pre-sale begins tomorrow, and Citi and Spotify pre-sales will start on Wednesday. Local/Ticketmaster pre-sales begin on Thursday, and tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on Friday.



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