John Fogerty: The Celebration Tour with special guests George Thorogood and The Destroyers and Heart Har at Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica

John Fogerty Tickets

Jacobs Pavilion | Cleveland, Ohio

John Fogerty

The triumphant celebration of John Fogerty’s songs from Creedence Clearwater Revival is coming to the Jacobs Pavilion in Cleveland, Ohio, on 3 August 2024!

The mastermind behind the songs and the voice you hear belting out the hits is taking the stage to celebrate his songs with George Thorogood and the Destroyers, as well as Shane and Tyler Fogerty’s band, Hearty Har.

John Fogerty is a timeless powerhouse of non-stop energy and unbelievable musicianship, with smashers such as “Have You Ever Seen The Rain”, “Fortunate Son”, and “Run Through the Jungle” clearing up any doubt there might have been. The enormity of John Fogerty’s music simply cannot be put into words; it is something that is best experienced live.

The Celebration Tour promises to be one of the best shows ever, and with ticket prices starting at only $55, it is a total steal! Get yours now!

Remember the days when an old scratched hand-me-down copy of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Green River” found its way to your turntable over and over again? Whether you switch on the radio or television, watch a movie, or binge your favorite series, a CCR song is bound to pop up somewhere – they are everywhere. Their influence is vast – it transcends oceans and generations.

John Fogerty finally owns his music after a decades-long legal battle with the record company, and he is playing like he is reclaiming his music. The songs are his, and he is the songs. From “Fortunate Son” and “Lodi” to “Bad Moon Rising” and “Lookin’ Out My Back Door”; from “Up Around The Bend” and “Cotton Fields” to “Green River” and “The Midnight Special” – the joys of John Fogerty’s music are infectious, and he will have audiences chooglin’ like there’s no tomorrow.

With nine top-10 singles and eight gold albums with Creedence Clearwater Revival, as well as a highly successful solo career, John Fogerty was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993. He is also ranked among Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Singers and 100 Greatest Songwriters.

John Fogerty is without a doubt one of the most important figures in rock and roll – and apart from being a fiery, passionate performer, he is one heck of a singer. He has that pitch, he has that sound, and he has that non-stop energy that lets him rip through song after beloved song, taking the crowd on a mind-blowing journey with him and having a lot of fun while doing so.

George Thorogood and The Destroyers are ready to wow the audience as guest artists with their high-energy boogie blues, such as the popular “Bad to the Bone” and “I Drink Alone”. The garage-rock band Hearty Har, led by John Fogerty’s sons, Shane and Tyler, will also be appearing as guest artists, with chart-topping hits such as “Children of Tomorrow” and “Scream and Shout!”, and there are also rumors of a family reunion on stage.

Cleveland is the home of a lot of fortunate sons (and daughters): the hottest spot for open-air live music performances, the 19,000-seat Jacobs Pavilion, is once again on the forefront with bringing another second-to-none concert to Cleveland.

John Fogerty at Jacobs Pavilion

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