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The Outlaw Roadshow featuring Counting Crows
Counting Crows released their debut album in 1994, "August and Everything After." Their latest album, "Underwater Sunshine (Or What We Did on Our Summer Vacation)" offers a collection of interpretive covers that feature Counting Crows’ signature vocals and pop-folk melodies.
There will be a free parking shuttle service provided by Motorcars Honda/Toyota/Scion between Cleveland Heights City Hall and the concert. Pickups begin one hour before the concert (shuttle stops once concert begins) and up to one hour after concert ends.
More About Cain Park
Cain Park is located on Superior Road in Cleveland Heights. This location is central to the city of Cleveland Heights. Cain Park has a theatre for seasonal concerts and is home to the summer arts festival. It's also a popular destination in the winter for sledding. This location has four basketball hoops and six lighted tennis courts. A Pavilion and amphitheater is also found at this location.