The Cleveland-based magazine dedicated to covering today’s contemporary punk culture, is excited to announce a special acoustic performance by Paramore. Marking the second fan appreciation party honoring the 25th anniversary of AP magazine this year, the acoustic performance will take place tomorrow (Tuesday, August 10) at the ALTERNATIVE PRESS office in Cleveland, OH. 60 lucky AP subscribers will get the chance to see this up-close and special acoustic performance by Paramore. In addition to participating in this unique event; attendees will receive exclusive giveaways, compliments of our long-time friends and supporters, Vans® (www.vans.com) and Glamour Kills® (www.glamourkills.com). For AP fans who cannot attend, tune in to AltPress.com for updates on the web broadcast of Paramore’s acoustic performance coming soon.

“It was really important for us to host a hometown event in Cleveland to celebrate our 25th anniversary,” explains marketing director Dawn Marshman. “We are so thrilled that it will be with Paramore!”

Currently, Paramore is on the road headlining the Honda Civic Tour nationwide. Check out the remaining dates and purchase tickets here: www.paramore.net/shows

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