CLEVELAND — George Clinton and the Parliament Funkadelic are bringing their One Nation Under a Groove tour to Cleveland on Saturday, July 20, but they will not be performing at a big venue like FirstEnergy Stadium, Progressive Field or Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse.

Instead, Clinton and the Parliament Funkadelic will perform a more intimate concert on the PNC Stage on the plaza in front of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

The concert, which features special guests Dumpstaphunk and Miss Velvet, as well as The Blue Wolf and will go on, rain or shine, begins at 7 p.m. and tickets for the show are available at rockhall.com. Tickets cost $35 and come with admission into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Museum.

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Clinton and the Parliament Funkadelic, 1997 inductees into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, are in the midst of their final tour, as Clinton is retiring from the road later this year.

Prior to the show, Clinton will hold an intimate conversation with fans in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s Foster Theatre.

Clinton and the Parliament Funkadelic are known for their “out-of-this-world performances and stage costumes,” as well as their unique blend of funk that built on the legacy of soul, a banner that was carried for decades by The Godfather of Soul himself, James Brown.

Rock Hall Live! performances will run through Labor Day Weekend and mixes music and unique events and activities on the Rock Hall plaza.