It's a HUGE week of concert announcements and cancellations

New, on sale Friday, Nov. 19

Dec. 31: Freekbass & the Bump Assembly does NYE FunKISSdelic: A Funkadelic-Kiss Mash-Up, Ludlow Garage.

Jan. 15: Oliver Wood, Taft Theatre Ballroom.

Jan. 29: Taylor Swift Night: A Taylor Swift Inspired Dance Party, Bogart's.

Jan. 29: Big Mountain, Ludlow Garage. With Mighty Mystic.

Jan. 31: WWE Monday Night RAW, Heritage Bank Center.

Feb. 5: Russell Dickerson, PromoWest Pavilion at Ovation. With Breland.

March 2: Beach House, PromoWest Pavilion at Ovation.

March 6: Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias, Heritage Bank Center.

March 11-12: Billy Strings, Andrew J. Brady Icon Music Center.

April 8: Jesse Cook, Memorial Hall.

April 21: Lewis Black: Off the Rails Tour, Taft Theatre.

April 24: Journey, Heritage Bank Center. With Toto.

May 2: Three Days Grace, Bogart's.

May 20: Tears for Fears, Riverbend Music Center. With Garbage.

May 21: David Spade, Taft Theater.

May 31-June 12: Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, Aronoff Center for the Arts.


Nov. 13: MercyMe, Heritage Bank Center. New date TBA.

Nov. 21: The Weight Band, Ludlow Garage. Featuring members of the Band and the Levon Helm Band. New date TBA.


May 3: Jesse McCartney, Bogart's. Previous date Nov. 27.

May 11: Victor Wooten featuring the Wooten Brothers Band, Memorial Hall. Previous date Oct. 12.


Nov. 27: A Song for You: Tribute to Donny Hathaway feat. Tyshawn Colquitt, Memorial Hall.

Nov. 28: Migos, Heritage Bank Center.

Venue change

Nov. 21: Municipal Waste, Riverfront Live. New venue: MOTR Pub.

On sale now

Nov. 21: Struggle Jennings & Tommy Vext, Riverfront Live.

Dec. 4: Celebrity Chef Fabio Viviani Takes Over Final Cut, Lawrenceburg Event Center.

Dec. 12: Nordista Freeze, Southgate House Revival, Revival Room.

Dec. 17: Sister's Christmas Catechism, Aronoff Center for the Arts, Jarson-Kaplan Theater.

Dec. 17: Ekoostic Hookah, Riverfront Live. With Strange Mechanics.

Dec. 18: Afroman: Merry Spliff-Mas, Riverfront Live. With See You in the Funnies, Matt Waters & the Recipe.

Feb. 11: Lucy Dacus, PromoWest Pavilion at Ovation. With Indigo De Souza.

Feb. 23: Ripe, Madison Theater.

March 4: Allman Betts Band, Riverfront Live.

March 5: Ministry, Madison Theater.

March 11: Shiner, Woodward Theater.

March 18: 10,000 Maniacs, Ludlow Garage.

April 13: Penny and Sparrow, Ludlow Garage.

April 15: Keiko Matsui, Ludlow Garage.

April 30-May 1: Trolls Live, Heritage Bank Center.

May 19: Janis Ian, Memorial Hall. With Tom Rush.

July 7: Doobie Brothers 50th Anniversary Tour, Riverbend Music Center.

This article originally appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: Cincinnati concerts: What's new, rescheduled, postponed, canceled