Cleveland, Ohio

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Cleveland, Ohio is the largest city in Cleveland and is the 1st most populated city in Ohio. The northern suburbs to the city center (called North Shore) is one of the leading destination for independent living. Other tourist attractions of the city include The Cleveland Museum of Art, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, The Cleveland Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra Performing Arts Center, Cleveland Browns Stadium and Quicken Loans Arena. Also within the city are the Cleveland Botanical Gardens, A. B. Dance Theater and Quicken Loans Arena. Cleveland is an inviting city with large lots that accommodate shoppers who walk to various retailers. Cleveland is also home to many well known and award winning entertainment venues, such as the Cleveland Orchestra and Cleveland Orchestra Museum,  the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Convention Center, Cleveland Improv Theatre, Frank Playhouse, the Cleveland Museum of Art of Art Gallery, and many more.


Cleveland has one of the largest professional musical theatre scenes in the world. With over 50 theatres, 16 fests, over 350 nightclubs, and hundreds of community events, Cleveland is a hotbed for entertainment, and locals and visitors alike flock to attend these cultural institutions, and plenty of concerts, dance performances and shows take place within our city. From jazz and dance clubs to thrash and electronica, Cleveland has no shortage of live music options for those looking to check out some live music.

Cleveland is not only home to one of the world’s most famous musical theatre companies in the company, “The Cleveland Playhouse,” but it is also home to some of the top theater companies in the world, such as the Detroit, Chicago, and Detroit, and Grand Rapids; they are all based in Cleveland and each brings their own unique artistic experience to the town.

Many of the top venues, such as The White Theater, Masonic Temple and Caesars Palace, serve a multi-generational audience that is drawn to the fun and excitement of theatre.

If you are an avid concert-goer, you will enjoy Cleveland’s many music festivals and concerts. Each year hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world flock to The Q for annual musical events, and it’s no wonder why. The majority of the top performers live here, and you can get truly intimate with some of their favorite artists. With popular festivals like Cincy Music Fest and Cleveland’s own Great Lakes Music & Arts Festival, the area is as popular with music lovers as it is with concert-goers.

Cleveland has some of the best concerts and artists on the planet, and many different musical genres can take place in one of the most visually-striking cities in the U.S.


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