The Chainsmokers are coming to Cleveland. Will they spell the city's name right?

The Chainsmokers are coming to Cleveland. Will they spell the city's name right?

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - To be fair, Cleveland was once known as Cleaveland until 1831, but let's hope The Chainsmokers don't botch the spelling like they did in Pittsburgh this weekend.

The Chainsmokers, known for popular songs like "Closer" and "Don't Let me Down," are also known for this spelling mistake in Pittsburgh during a show April 22 at the PPG Paints Arena.

Whoops. In a tweet that was later deleted, the band blamed the misspelling on a visual set guy.

The band playfully followed up with tweet misspelling Cleveland before the April 25 show at the Wolstein Center as part of the Memories Tour.

Tickets for the Cleveland show are still available. Prices range from $25 to $96.

The show begins at 7 p.m. at the Wolstein Center, 2000 Prospect Ave.

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