Akron’s Broken Transmitter to Perform at This Year’s Wizard World Comic Con


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The Akron band Broken Transmitter travels nationally with Wizard World Comic Con and will perform at the event when it comes to the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland again this year on March 8, 9 and 10.

The affable Kato Kaelin will host the main stage where bands perform, and Broken Transmitter will be the main musical act.

This year, the group will release its debut album on March 20. It’ll have advance copies of the album at Wizard World and also at subsequent release parties that take place on March 15 at Jilly's Music Room in Akron and on March 16 at the Auricle in Canton.

In addition, using the discount code Broken20 will get you a 20 percent discount on Wizard World tickets. 

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