Yellowcard thrills crowds with violin-laden pop punk, supported by The Wonder Years and We Are The In Crowd; concessions voucher included
- Expires Nov 20, 2012
- Limit 6 per person. Redeem starting 11/20/12 for a ticket at venue box office. Must show valid ID matching name on Groupon at House of Blues Cleveland. Must provide first and last name at checkout, which Groupon will provide to facilitate redemption of voucher. Refundable only on day of purchase. Discount reflects Live Nation's current ticket prices - price may differ on day of event. Doors open 1 hour prior to showtime. Concessions voucher valid only for food at the concessions stand.
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- One ticket for standing-room-only general admission (up to a $26 value, including all fees).
- One voucher for $10 toward food valid only at the concessions stand, not including alcohol
After a three-year hiatus at the close of the decade, Yellowcard exploded back onto the scene in top form with 2011's When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes. Heralding the band's return, Sputnikmusic gushed that the album "bleeds with the best that Yellowcard have done thus far," singling out the band's characteristic violin solos in the single "For You and Your Denial." Now touring in support of its upcoming release, Southern Air, the group continues to draw in audiences with emotionally raw lyrics and breathily thunderous vocals that combine vulnerability with intensity like an auctioneer’s marriage proposal.
The Wonder Years offers its support to the evening's melodic pyrotechnics with explosive odes to disaffected alienation. Serving up the headbanging anthems it raised to an art on its third full-length album, Suburbia I've Given You All and Now I'm Nothing, the band was praised by AllMusic.com for its ability to "merge the huge sound of melodic hardcore with a strong dose of narrative depth."
We Are The In Crowd rounds out the night's acts, bringing a double dose of vocal virtuosity courtesy of singers Taylor Jardine and Jordan Eckes. Beautifully meshing their pipes in such songs as "Rumor Mill," the duo complements each other's soaring range before dropping into goose-bump-summoning harmonies.