Touring Roundup: Jason Bonham, Trailer Park Boys Coming to Cincinnati This Year

Rock, Metal, Alternative — options are a good thing.

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As we've been reporting in the CityBeat music section, major acts have been scheduling tour stops in Cincinnati since coronavirus pandemic restrictions eased at the start of summer. This week, it looks like those very busy promoters are taking a bit of a breather, but even more announcements for fall, winter and spring will surely follow soon. 


Jason Bonham, Nov. 6, Andrew J Brady ICON Music Center

As the son of Led Zeppelin’s legendary drummer John Bonham, Jason has carried out Bonzo’s legacy by drumming for the band Air Race. Now leading his own group, the younger Bonham will bring his “Led Zeppelin Evening" tour to Cincinnati. Tickets for the show go on sale at 10 a.m. July 16 on ticketmaster.com and iconmusiccenter.com.


Trailer Park Boys, Dec. 14, Taft Theatre

The Canadian mockumentary television series is celebrating its 20th anniversary with the “Sunnyvale Xmas” tour that features all of the boys as well as Ricky’s cellmate, Terry, from Fubar. The show recently celebrated its 13th television season and launched its own streaming site, Swearnet. Tickets for the Cincinnati show go on sale at 10 a.m. July 16 on ticketmaster.com as well as the Taft Theatre Box Office.


Deftones, May 8, 2022, Andrew J Brady ICON Music Center

After postponing its North American tour in 2020, the Deftones will finally hit the road in the spring of 2022, including a show in the Queen City. The Grammy-winning Alt Rock band will tour in support of its 2020 album, Ohms. Heavy Metal band Gojira will support the Deftones on the tour. Tickets will be available at 10 a.m. July 16 at ticketmaster.com and iconmusiccenter.com.


AJR, May 10, The ICON Festival Stage at Smale Park

Alternative band AJR has announced a nationwide tour following the release of its fourth studio album, Ok Orchestra, that debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Alternative and Rock charts. The Indie trio — Adam, Jack and Ryan— also released the single “Way Less Sad,” which is currently at No. 2 at Alternative Radio. Tickets for the Cincinnati show will be available at 10 a.m. July 16 on ajrbrothers.com.

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