Needtobreathe To Perform at Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica in October


Needtobreathe will hit the road this fall and play Cleveland in October. - DAVID O’DONOHUE
  • David O’Donohue
  • Needtobreathe will hit the road this fall and play Cleveland in October.
The rock band Needtobreathe just announced details about a fall tour in support of its new album, Into the Mystery.

Switchfoot and the New Respects will open the Cleveland show, which takes place on Oct. 2 at Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica.

Pre-sale tickets for the Needtobreathe tour will be available for the Insiders Fan Club beginning at 10 a.m. on Monday, and a general on sale for the Needtobreathe tour begins at noon on Friday, May 14.

“Probably more than any other record of ours, [Into the Mystery] was a product of what was going on in the world and our environment," says the band in a statement about the tour and album. "We didn’t second-guess ourselves much or look over our shoulders. Even the spirit of the record was a result of the moment. You can hear everybody’s personality and imprint. It felt like we got this opportunity to make a record like a family.”

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