Hard rock band Puddle of Mudd will return this summer to the Lehigh Valley for a performance at Easton's One Centre Square.
The concert is set for 6 p.m. July 15. Officials announced the show on Friday via Facebook.
Tickets cost $23-$25.
This will be the group's third visit to the Lehigh Valley since 2009, when they headlined Musikfest in Bethlehem. That show also featured openers Trapt, who are scheduled to perform May 23 at One Centre Square.
Puddle of Mudd returned to the area in February 2016 to headline Northampton's Gin Mill & Grille. However, the show was abruptly cut short when front-man Wesley Scantlin began berating the venue's sound technician and walked offstage.
Puddle of Mudd's 2001 sophomore album Come Clean spawned the hits "Control," "Blurry" and "She Hates Me." The album has since been certified triple-platinum in the United States. Their other hits include the singles "Famous" and "Psycho."
The group's most recent studio effort is the 2011 covers album, Re:(disc)covered.
Puddle of Mudd is the latest addition to a concert calendar that, so far, is rounded out by Rubix Kube (May 19), C+C Music Factory (May 20), Trapt with Smile Empty Soul, Afroman (June 3) and Saving Abel (June 24).