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May 13, 2024 - May 13, 2024
Robins Theatre
160 E Market St
Warren, Ohio 44481


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NAZARETH Coming To The Robins

Scottish hard rock band, NAZARETH is coming to the Robins Theatre in downtown Warren, Ohio on Monday, May 13, 2024 At 8 p.m.

Having recently released their 25th studio album (Surviving The Law) Nazareth have been creating new music since the early 70s right up to the present day and their repertoire features hits spanning five decades. Songs like ‘Broken Down Angel,’ ‘Bad Bad Boy,’ ‘Turn On Your Receiver,’ ‘My White Bicycle,’ ‘Dream On,’ ‘This Flight Tonight, all made their mark on the world charts alongside the mega hits ‘Hair Of The Dog’, and ‘Love Hurts.’

Tickets range between $30 and $45 plus applicable fees. All tickets are reserved seating.

Tickets will go on sale Friday, March 15, 2024 at 10 a.m. Tickets will be available for purchase at and at the Robins Theatre Box Office located at 160 E. Market St., Warren, Ohio. The Box Office is open Wednesday through Friday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.

There will be a presale on Thursday, March 14 at 10 a.m. This presale is accessible to “Friends of the Robins Theatre” only. Reach out to our website or box office to get more information and become a Friend of the Robins Theatre today!

Nazareth rose from playing the pubs, clubs, and dance halls of their native Scotland to become one of the most successful rock bands in the world. They were the pioneers who took Scottish rock international paving the way for the many other great Scottish bands like Simple Minds, Texas, Big Country, Del Amitri etc.

The original four members first came together in Pete Agnew’s band “The Shadettes” in 1968, changed the name to ‘Nazareth’ in 1970 and from then went on to record a string of hits worldwide. Not only have the band gained a massive following of fans, but a number of great artists also claim that Nazareth had a big influence on them with some even recording Nazareth songs. (Guns N’ Roses with ‘Hair of The Dog’ and Metallica with ‘Please Don’t Judas Me’)

But although gratefully acknowledging the accolades for their recorded work, Nazareth attribute their success mainly to touring, touring and more touring and are still touring with no intentions of ever stopping.