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Innovation Concerts Brings Cool Music To T-Town

Posted May 31st, 2012 by Jeremy Lublin  Category: Arts & Entertainment

 

Enthusiastic and energetic, Innovation Concerts is Toledo, Ohio’s bright, new beacon beckoning the nation’s greatest bands and live music fans. Positioned 45 minutes south of Detroit, 2 1/2 hours west of Cleveland, and 2 hours northwest of Columbus, Toledo sits between the cities where many American music legends got their start. Motown, The Stooges, MC5, Ted Nugent, Eminem, Kid Rock, Trent Reznor, Marilyn Manson, The White Stripes and The Black Keys are just a few recognizable names that once did or still do call the Lake Erie area home. And, with Innovation Concerts exlusive promotion capabilities to many of the areas best known and most hospitable venues, we are proud to do our part in continuing that legacy.

Prior to starting Innovation Concerts, president and company founder Broc Curry was the first promoter in the area to book bands that are now household names, including artists The Black Keys, The White Stripes, ICP, Kid Rock, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, All Time Low, Mac Miller, and Spoon. Having an unprecedented gift for knowing what music fans want to hear and what music fans will want to hear in the near future, Broc Curry envisions a company that could help touring artists create and nurture a loyal fanbase in Northwestern Ohio. With an 1,800 capacity room at Headliners, a 500 capacity room at Mickey Finn’s, and accompanied by a team of seasoned midwestern music industry professionals, Innovation Concerts is ready to raise the bar for both bands and fans alike.

If you are an agent, a band, a solo artist, a DJ, or a fan of live music, feel free to contact us. We welcome comments, availability inquiries, and requests. Remember, we are music fans, too. That’s why we got into this in the first place.

For upcoming shows, go to www.innovationconcerts.com.

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