Cleveland Masonic Auditorium

Masonic Auditorium

Cleveland Masonic Auditorium History

The Cleveland Masonic Auditorium was designed by the architecture firm of Hubbell and Benes and built in 1918. It was first built as a meeting space for masons and has had various uses over the years but is now primarily used as a music venue. The building is one of the most recognizable edifices in Cleveland and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001. It is well worth a visit to the Cleveland Masonic Auditorium just to check out the excellent architecture and craftsmanship put in to creating the magnificent venue.


Cleveland Masonic Auditorium Events

While it has been used for a wide array of uses in the near century since it was first built, the Cleveland Masonic Auditorium is now mostly used as a concert venue that attracts some of the hottest musical acts on the planet to its stage. Some of the more recent acts to come to Cleveland Masonic Temple include the much buzzed about Pink Martini, Bastille, and The Head and the Heart, among others. Additionally, the Cleveland Masonic Auditorium was the previous home of the Cleveland Orchestra who still occasionally hold performances in the venue. The Cleveland Masonic Auditorium is still rented out for weddings, corporate events, and other private functions as well.


Cleveland, Ohio

Nearby Cleveland is the second largest city in Ohio and offers residents and visitors plenty to do no mater what time of year it is. Cleveland is a great place for sports fans looking to catch some action with the Cleveland Browns of the NFL, the Cleveland Indians of MLB, and the Cleveland Cavaliers of the NBA all calling the city home. Music lovers visiting the city will want to set a day aside to visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and walk through room after room of rock and roll history. Fashion Week Cleveland is internationally recognized and brings in designers from all over the world. Additionally, fans of the holiday classic A Christmas Story can visit the house from the movie as well as other locales in the city in which the film was shot. The recently built Greater Cleveland Aquarium has proven to be an incredible popular tourist attraction as well.


Cleveland Masonic Auditorium Seating Layout

The main hall at the Cleveland Masonic Auditorium holds up to 2,000 people, but there is much more to the building than just the concert hall. Whether you are headed to Cleveland Masonic Auditorium for a concert, speech, or any other performing art event it is important to pick out the best seat to maximize your enjoyment. Possessing great acoustics and unrivaled sight lines in a gorgeous building, Cleveland Masonic Auditorium is one of the most popular venues in the Midwest to catch a performance.


Trivia

Cleveland Masonic Auditorium has long been one of the most popular attractions in the region and has been known for bringing in world class musical acts since it was renovated, bands like Los Lobos and Cake are well aware of the appeal of Cleveland Masonic Auditorium and have appeared at the venue on more than one occasion.

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