IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE COHEED AND CAMBRIA CONCERT
- Please note that Gates will now open at 5:30pm and Show Time is now 7:00pm. MEET ME @ THE ALTAR will begin at 7:00pm followed by THE USED and COHEED AND CAMBRIA will close the show.
- Due to the high temperatures on Tuesday, patrons will be allowed to bring in up to two factory sealed bottles of water. Squeezable, soft plastic water bottles that are empty will also be allowed (please note that non-squeezable plastic water bottles will not be allowed). In addition, there are water fountains located inside The Andrew J Brady ICON Music Center.
- There are 3 points of entry at The ICON Festival Stage at Smale Park: Mehring Way, Rosa Parks Street, and Race Street. For a venue map, CLICK HERE.
- Please note: Chairs, Blankets, Pointed-Tip Umbrellas, Food, and Beverages (excluding 2 commercially sealed bottles of water) are not permitted. To view additional prohibited items, CLICK HERE.
- The ICON Festival Stage at Smale Park is accessible via the Central Riverfront Garage and is within walking distance to several parking lots and the Cincinnati Bell Connector. For Directions and Parking, CLICK HERE.
- If you have Mobile ticket(s), make sure to download your ticket(s) prior to arriving at the venue. To download your mobile ticket(s) to your phone, go to "My Events" in the Ticketmaster App and select "Add To Wallet" (on iPhone) or "Save To Phone" (on Android).
- For your convenience, The Andrew J Brady ICON Music Center concession areas accept cash, credit cards OR use the Rooam App for fast, contactless payment. Click here for Rooam's mobile website to enter your information and start a tab! Each time you go to a concession stand just give the bartender your tab number and at the end of the night you can close out your tab from your phone and add a tip for the stellar service
- Please allow extra time for metal-detector screening, visual inspection, and bag inspection conducted by The Andrew J Brady ICON Music Center security personnel. Any bag/purse larger than 12"x12" will not be permitted. The purpose of the inspection is to detect prohibited items and is for the safety of our guests and our staff.
Please note that Gates will now open at 5:30pm and Show Time is now 7:00pm.
Coheed and Cambria & The Used announced an 18-city co-headlining tour which will include a performance in Cincinnati, OH at The ICON Festival Stage at Smale Park on Tuesday, September 14. Special guest Meet Me @ The Altar will join as support.
About Coheed and Cambria
Comprised of Claudio Sanchez (Vocals / Guitar), Travis Stever (Guitar), Josh Eppard (Drums) and Zach Cooper (Bass), Coheed and Cambria have gripped listeners and press around the globe with their visionary compositions and conceptual mastery. In 2018, Coheed and Cambria made a stunning return with their new album THE UNHEAVENLY CREATURES, which debuted at #1 on Billboard’s “Hard Rock Albums” chart, #6 current sales and Top 15 on the “Billboard 200” chart. Boasting 15 songs over 78 minutes, THE UNHEAVENLY CREATURES marked Coheed and Cambria’s furious return to concept albums, the ‘First Act’ in a brand-new story arc set within the backdrop of The Amory Wars universe. The acclaimed record is highlighted by standout tracks “The Gutter,” “Unheavenly Creatures,” “The Dark Sentencer” (premiered by Marvel Studios) and “Old Flames,” the latter of which features an oﬃcial music video directed by Charles “Chas” Todd. The cinematic clip features striking choreography masterminded by Broadway luminary Jon Rua who is known for his roles in the 12-time Tony nominated Spongebob Squarepants and the Tony & Grammy Award Winning hit musical Hamilton. More recently, Coheed and Cambriateamed up with GRAMMY Award-winning singer Rick Springﬁeld for a sequel to one of the most iconic stories in rock ‘n’ roll history with “Jessie’s Girl 2” and launched their very own coﬀee brand, Coheed and Cambria Coﬀee Roasters.
About The Used
Established in 2000, The Used was brought to life and have since released a collection of albums that pioneered the scene of emo rock. High energy live shows, gut wrenching relatable lyrics, and melodies that blended pop sensibility and hard rock was the perfect combination to make an everlasting impression on fans globally. The rock icons released their eighth studio album, Heartwork, in 2020 via Big Noise. It arrived with the unbounded spirit of the pair of platinum albums that ﬁrst introduced The Used to the world, mixed with the dramatic air of their gold-certiﬁed third. The emotion, sincerity, and vulnerability found on The Used (2002) and In Love and Death (2004) is more urgent and insistent than ever on Heartwork, a diverse 16-song oﬀering ﬁlled of self-examination, hyper-literate exploration, political pyromania, and keenly self-aware yet unrestrained whimsy. The Used is Bert McCracken (Vocals), Jepha (Bass), Dan Whitesides (Drums) and Joey Bradford (Guitar).
About Meet Me @ The Altar
Meet Me @ The Altar present a new musical and cultural paradigm for pop punk. The Florida trio—Edith Johnson [vocals], Téa Campbell [guitar], and Ada Juarez [drums]—certainly rip just as hard as the forbearers who inspired them, but the group also speak from a position rarely, if ever, heard in the genre as proud women of color. With Ada from New Jersey, Téa from Florida, and Edith from Georgia, the three-piece would meet in the Sunshine State and practice for hours nonstop just before gigs, morphing into a formidable force on stage. Booking their own tours, the band canvassed the country to promote their debut Changing States EP in 2018. Dozens of shows endeared them to a growing audience as they continued recording. MM@TA’s independent releases drew admiration from Halsey and All Time Low’s Alex Gaskarth and landed them a deal with their dream record label Fueled By Ramen. In 2020, the band released their major label debut single “Garden,” and followed up with “Hit Like A Girl” this spring, earning praise from Rolling Stone, Billboard, The FADER, NPR Music, NYLON, and more.