Big-name summer concerts continue to roll out at Rose Music Center


Headlining artists are quickly filling up a summer of music at the Rose Music Center in Huber Heights.

After a cancelled summer 2020 concert season at the Rose due to COVID-19, the 2021 season has many rescheduled concerts on the schedule. In fact, new acts are being added regularly.

“We are looking forward to having fans back at Rose Music Center this summer,” said Rosemarie Moehring, director of marketing at the Rose. “We will be opening at 100% capacity in July kicking off a 30+ show season! Our staff as well as the artists cannot wait to get back to doing what they love.”

3 Doors Down with special guests Seether, Saturday, July 17

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3 Doors Down, a Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum Mississippi rock band, celebrates the 20th anniversary of their debut album “The Better Life.” In particular, “Kryptonite,” which launched their career, has become “a juggernaut hit across the globe that generations now sing.”

Special guests Seether, which had recent success on the rock charts with “Dangerous,” released its most recent album, “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum,” in August 2020.

Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, Saturday, July 24