Cleveland Concert Tickets And Events

Cleveland, Ohio has lots of entertainment for sports, concerts and theatre around the city. Baseball's Cleveland Indians make Progressive Field their home, and have seen 5 World Series come to town. The Indians were last in the World Series in 1997 when they lost in 7 games to the Florida Marlins. The NBA's Cavaliers play at the Quicken Loans Arena, which only saw 1 NBA Championship appearance in 2007 when they lost to the San Antonio Spurs. The NFL's Browns, playing at Cleveland Browns Stadium, have never made an appearance in the SuperBowl yet. Theatre in Cleveland is prevalent with venues like the Palace Theatre and The Hanna Theatre playing favorites such as The Book Of Mormon, Mamma Mia! and A Christmas Carol. Jacobs Pavilion is a popular place to see the hottest concerts that come to town. Other fine entertainment venues in Cleveland include Agora Theatre, Beachland Ballroom, Beachland Tavern, Cambridge Room At The House Of Blues, Evans Amphitheatre At Cain Park, Grog Shop, House Of Blues, Masonic Auditorium, Ohio Theatre - Playhouse Square Cleveland, Peabodys Downunder, Severance Hall, State Theatre, Voinovich Park and Wolstein Center.