Hawthorne Heights is coming to McGrath Amphitheatre in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and bringing a lot of friends with them.

Is For Lovers & Hawthorne Heights Present: 20 Years of Tears.  August 22 at the outdoor amphitheater in Cedar Rapids.  Tickets are on sale now right here.  You can also win your tickets below from your concert leader, I-Rock 93.5.

Hawthorne Heights

Throughout Hawthorne Heights’ long and storied career, the band has overcome obstacles at every turn – but these roadblocks always seemed to come from external forces, from unscrupulous record labels and the shifting whims of fickle audiences to unimaginable personal tragedy threatening to derail them.

In 2022, Hawthorne Heights added festival curator to their resume, launching the Is For Lovers Festival, a North American touring event uniting music aficionados for a day filled with joy, laughter, and camaraderie—all set to an exceptional soundtrack. 2023 saw the expansion of the Is For Lovers Festival to 10 cities, with tens of thousands of fans enjoying the summer spectacle.

All The Bands Joining Hawthorne Heights In Cedar Rapids

McGrath Amphitheatre/Sofia Chesney
McGrath Amphitheatre/Sofia Chesney

First off, if you have never been to McGrath Amphitheatre it is a must.  Outdoor venues are just the best for some Midwest summer concerts.  And McGrath captures it perfectly with the seating, standing, sound, and backdrop of the city.

Now while this isn't the full "Is For Lovers" Festival it will kind of have that feel.  Hawthorne Heights will have with them:

  • Thursday
  • Anberlin
  • Armor for Sleep
  • Emery
  • This Wild Life
20 Years of Tears
20 Years of Tears

That will be a lot of music on August 22.  Get your tickets here and sign up below to win them from your concert leader, I-Rock 93.5.

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