Live concerts are meticulously coordinated events, with dedicated staff ensuring each instrument is tuned, each mic is working, and each band member is set in the upright and locked position. Keep their hard work from going to waste with today’s GrouponLive deal to see a high-powered rock show at House of Blues Cleveland. Choose between the following options:
- For $28, you get two general-admission tickets to see Andrew W.K. on Monday, March 26, at 7 p.m. (up to a $56 value, including ticketing fees). Doors open at 6 p.m.<p>
- For $12, you get two general-admission tickets to see Rock and Roll Over – A Tribute to KISS and Hysteria – A Tribute to Def Leppard on Thursday, March 29, at 8:30 p.m. (up to a $26 value, including ticketing fees). Doors open at 7:30 p.m.<p>
Andrew W.K. lives to party and will not rest until every fan at House of Blues Cleveland joins him in the fist-pumping revelry. Ten years ago, Andrew’s breakthrough album, I Get Wet, rattled stereos around the globe, melding a pop-punk sound with bench-pressed vocals and a singular agenda: partying. On his first headlining tour in seven years, the long-haired, bloody-nosed rocker and his energetic band perform I Get Wet from front to back, reacquainting ears to such party anthems as “Party Hard” and “We Want Fun.” Andrew W.K. elevates the live concert experience into an ethereal workout, turning the House of Blues into a water park where the pipes flow with party-induced sweat.
Alternatively, Texas-based tribute band Rock and Roll Over salutes the strut and strutter of famous rock deities KISS in a wildly theatrical show, glamming it up with big boots, lavish makeup, and clip-on tongue extensions. Recently named one of the top four KISS tribute acts at the Las Vegas “Kiss Off!” competition, Rock and Roll Over goes over the top with their allegiance to the KISS Army. Playing every hit from “Detroit Rock City” to “Rock and Roll All Night” like master counterfeiters, Rock and Roll Over gives audiences the closest thing to an intimate KISS experience without visiting Gene Simmons’s kissing booth. Def Leppard tribute band Hysteria starts the show with bombastic arena riffs and come-hither hits about sugar showers.