Tickets available for major Scout Bar shows: Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Buckcherry & Filter
Aug 02, 2013 04:24PM ● Published by Corinne Moore
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony reppin’ Cleveland, Ohio, brings their 20th-anniversary tour named “Everything 100 Tour” to Scout Bar with a fully reunited lineup of all five of the original members: Krayzie Bone, Layzie Bone, Wish Bone, Bizzy Bone and Flesh-n-Bone. Popular hits include “Tha Crossroads,” "Thuggish Ruggish Bone,” “Foe tha Love of $,” “1st of tha Month,” and “Look into My Eyes.” The group will release its new album, “The Art of War: World War III” later this year. Doors open at 8 p.m. for this 18+ show. Tickets are $26.
Los Angeles-based Buckcherry unleashed their sixth studio album “Confessions” earlier this year, and the band has been touring relentlessly in support of the disc. “Confessions” is a well thought out concept album using the seven deadly sins as a guide. Expect some foot-stomping, high-energy alternative rock songs about partying, women and heartbreak as well, and all delivered by singer Josh Todd’s perfectly rock-weathered voice. Supporting acts for the all-ages show are Girl in a Coma and The Last Place You Look. Tickets are $26.
It’s the return of Filter to Scout Bar’s stage on Monday, September 23. The Cleveland-based industrial rock group released their sixth studio album, “The Sun Comes Out Tonight” last June. It draws from the synthesis of tools from the band’s past arsenal and adds brand new attributes that facilitate the stereophonic assault that only Filter circa 2013 can deliver. Filter believes in adapting and improvising in the name of achieving results, and it conquered. Tickets for this show are $16 in advance.
Scout Bar is a multi-venue rock/dance club that features a wide variety of cover bands, local, regional, and national musical artists. Information can be viewed at www.scoutbar.com. Scout Bar is a non-smoking venue, but smoking is allowed on the outdoor patios.