Toledo Concert Tickets

Toledo, considered as the 4th most populated city in the State of Ohio, was founded in 1833. It was re-founded in 1837 and incorporated in Monroe County after the Toledo War. Throughout the years, the city of Toledo has become known for its successful industries in auto assembly and glass. It is also known for its local art community, its education institutions as well as its local sports groups.

Since Toledo gives great importance to its local arts and culture, it is naturally for the city to feature several venues and establishments to showcase such. Some of these include the Peristyle, a concert hall, the Stranham theater, the Valentine Theatre, the Toledo Museum of Arts and the Collingwood Arts Center. Asides from the arts, the city of Toledo has gained popularity through a series of references from pop culture. Many songs, hit TV series’ and other forms of entertainment media have been inspired by the city.

The Huntington Center, located within the downtown area of Toledo, is a multi-purpose arena which can accommodate an approximate of 8,000 spectators and stands where the former Toledo Sports Arena used to be. This arena is home to a sports team known as the ice hockey team, the Toledo Walleye. The Huntington Arena is part of a larger complex which includes the Fifth Third Field and the SeaGate Convention Center. Since it first opened, the arena has played host to many live performances and events which include performances by Jeff Dunham, Elton John, Carrie Underwood, Kid Rock, Brad Paisley and many more. It also played host to the WWE.

The Stranahan Theater, also located within the city of Toledo, was built in 1969. Previously known as the Masonic Auditorium, this concert hall can accommodate an approximate of 2,424 people. Parking is also not difficult in the area since it features a large parking area which can accommodate about 1,200 vehicles. Since it is first and foremost a concert place, the Stranahan Theater plays host to many theater events every year. Some of the Broadway musicals which have played here include Wicked, The Lion King, Chicago and the Phantom of the Opera.

Fifth Third Field, located within the city of Toledo and a few blocks away from the Maumee River, is a minor league baseball stadium. It is the current home several sports teams which include the Detroit Tigers and the Toledo Mud Hens. This sports stadium was opened to the public in 2002 and can accommodate an approximate of 10,300 spectators.