Tool, one of rock music’s most mysterious and speculated about bands, is giving fans a rare glimpse behind-the-scenes through intimate music clinics, and they’re coming to Cleveland!

Saturday May 19 a one-of-a-kind music clinic, lead by Tool, is heading to the Agora Theater (5000 Euclid Avenue #101 Cleveland) from 8-11 p.m.! There are no use of cellphones, smart watches, cameras or recording devices will be permitted at Tool’s Music Clinics.

These discussions include drummer Danny Carey, bass player Justin Chancellor and guitar player Adam Jones walking attendees through a handful of the band’s songs, from the process of writing them to playing them live. Audience members are encouraged to ask questions via an open discussion, as well as mingle with the band following the session.

Ticket holders will receive commemorative merchandise, exclusive to the series of events and limited to the number of people in attendance. An accompanying, traveling exhibit will be on display at each event, featuring unique items from Tool’s history.

Upon arrival at the venue, all phones and smart watches will be secured in Yondr cases that will be unlocked at the end of the event. Guests maintain possession of their phones at all times and can access their phones throughout the show at designated Phone Use Areas in the venue. All phones will be re-locked in Yondr cases before returning to the performance space. Anyone caught using a cellphone during the performance will be removed from the venue.

Tickets are $500 for this amazing once in a lifetime experience, and can be purchased online at https://www.ticketweb.com/event/tool-music-clinic-the-agora-theatre-tickets/8298225?pl=agora. Guests are encouraged to print their tickets in advance to ensure a smooth entry process.

Come rock out at the Agora with one of the most amazing bands ever!

Tess Abney is a freelance writer who was born and raised in the Quad Cities. She spends most of her time attempting to successfully raise three boys. In her free time, writing is her passion. Whether it is sharing local events and businesses with readers or sharing her thoughts on life, she finds comfort in the way words can bring people together.