Scott Stapp, lead singer of Creed and Art of Anarchy, will make a stop in Findlay with his solo band to headline an evening at All American Rock House Friday, Aug. 24.
Angola Road and Alternate Ending are the supporting acts.
Doors for the 21 and over show open at 6 p.m., with general admission tickets costing $35 and VIP access available for $70. VIP tickets include early entry, access to the private bar and VIP area along with a front-stage view of the concert.
Tickets are available at www.allamericanrockhouse.com as well as at the door the day of the show.
Stapp launched his career with Creed, the band responsible for multiplatinum albums like “My Own Prison,” “Human Clay” and “Weathered” along with a 2001 Grammy-winning single, “With Arms Wide Open.”
He has two solo albums to his name, the latest of which, “Proof of Life,” was released in 2013. It chronicles his struggles with substance abuse and mental health along with his efforts to reconcile his Christian faith with rock stardom through songs like “Jesus Was a Rock Star,” “New Day Coming” and “Hit Me More.”
Angola Road was formed in Maumee in 2011, described by its singer as “Rust Belt hard rock with blue collar angst” that blends rock, metal, ballads, and blues.
Formed by cousins Dustin Ritchie and Matt Hill, Alternate Ending began in 2011. The Tiffin-based band’s alternative and classic rock influences include Jimi Hendrix, Cream, 3 Doors Down, Pearl Jam, The Doors, Alice Cooper, Soundgarden and more.
For more information, visit Angola Road and Alternate Ending’s Facebook pages and scottstapp.com