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Severence Hall

The world-renown Cleveland Orchestra has called Severance Hall its home since 1931. It was funded in large part by John and Elisabeth Severance, and the floral pattern of her wedding dress, the lotus flower, can be seen throughout the interior decorating. Enjoy the opulent lobby, nearly acoustically perfect performance hall, and Skinner pipe organ on a backstage tour, or during a musical performance.

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Playhouse Square

Saved from a wrecking ball in the 1970’s, the multi-theatre complex of Playhouse Square is now the largest performing arts district in the country outside of New York City. The décor of the 1920’s vaudeville theatres have been restored to their early glory and can be enjoyed on a backstage tour or while seated at one of the myriad of live performances.

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Cleveland House of Blues tours and events

House of Blues

Located in downtown Cleveland, the House of Blues, an all-encompassing entertainment venue, hosts live music performances in its 1,000-seat concert hall. Due to its size, fans can see their favorite bands up close and personal. A behind-the-scenes tour includes access to the Foundation Room, a private dining space, as well as explanations of the varied art and posters displayed throughout the building.

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Like the music it celebrates, the Rock Hall is alive with the energy, passion and spirit of music. It features seven floors of exhibits, interactive listening stations and movie theaters. Exhibits take you through the evolution and history of rock and roll, from one-hit wonders to legendary Inductees, from the roots of rock to music scenes around the world.

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Polka Hall of Fame

Cleveland has its own style of polka music, created by the Eastern Europeans who settled in the city, and the Polka Hall of Fame celebrates it with toe-tapping enthusiasm. Dedicated to the preservation and promotion of polka music (which they call “The Happiest Sound Around”), the museum displays a variety of artifacts, including the accordion and stage outfits of America’s Polka King, Frankie Yankovic, who was raised in Cleveland.

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