2017 Cleveland Concert Tickets

Cleveland Concert Tickets

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Cleveland was founded in the year 1796, the city was initially a manufacturing center due to its ideal location near various railroad lines and canals and eventually evolved into biomedical, health care, commerce and trade. Asides from this, Cleveland has gained popularity in the music industry and currently houses the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, thus making it an ideal tourist attraction for both locals and tourists alike. The local residents are fondly known as Clevelanders and the nicknames for this city include the "Rock ‘n’ Roll Capital of the World" and "The Best Location in the Nation."

Being a city with a rich musical history, it is but natural to have numerous venue hotspots to cater to musical performances and other events, one of which is the Quicken Loans Arena, also called The Q. Located in the downtown area of Cleveland on the former site of a Central Market, this multi-purpose arena is home to a variety of sports teams which include the Lingerie Football League’s Cleveland Crush, NCAA Mid-American Conference Basketball Tournamentsm the Arena Football League’s Cleveland Gladiators, the American Hockey League’s Lake Erie Monsters and the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Another popular events venue in Cleveland is the Palace Theatre which is located within the downtown area of Cleveland on Euclid Avenue. Prior to its current name, the theatre was named Keith’s Palace Theatre after B.F. Keith. During its early days, the Palace Theatre played host to live vaudeville shows. In 1969 the theatre was shut down and reopened in 1973 and featured cabaret shows in order to help restore the Playhouse Square. In 1978, the Palace Theatre was finally included in the list of National Register of Historic Places in the United States. The theatre was fully re-opened in 1988 and has since played host to a variety of public shows and events.

Local and tourist sports fans will also be delighted to visit the Progressive Field, formerly known as Jacobs Field, within the downtown area of Cleveland. This baseball park is home to the Cleveland Indians and is part of the Gateway Sports and Entertainment Complex. This major league baseball park is considered as one of the league’s best ballparks and Cleveland fans are the most loyal one will find.

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