Top 15 things to do around Cleveland this weekend


CLEVELAND, Ohio – Summer upsets me. Summer is like a merry-go-round.

But if you still don’t have any plans for this weekend, don’t worry. We have 15 cool ideas for you.

Cedar Point 150th Anniversary

One of the oldest and largest amusement parks in the world kicks off its 150th anniversary celebration on Saturday with the launch of Celebrate 150 Spectacular, a nighttime parade featuring shows, dancing, pyrotechnics and fireworks. music. Guests also have the chance to win a coveted Ticket of a Lifetime, giving you and three friends free entry for the rest of your life. Reservations required. Tickets start at $ 49.99.

1 Cedar Point Drive, Sandusky

Open every day until August 15th

• After a year of delay, Cedar Point will celebrate its 150th anniversary with a parade, river walk, new merchandise and more

Bridgestone Senior Players Championship

Watch some of the world’s best golfers like Steve Stricker, Jim Furyk and Vijay Singh take on the legendary South Course at Firestone Country Club in the third major senior tournament of the season. Fans can enjoy free post-tour concerts by The Sunrise Jones (Friday), The Shootouts (Saturday) and the Akron Symphony Orchestra (Sunday) with free admission after 4 p.m. Gallery tickets, $ 10 to $ 25.

Firestone Country Club, 452 E. Warner Rd., Akron

Until June 27

The cast members of “The Choir of Man” perform under the GE chandelier on Euclid Ave. at E. 14th St. after their opening show at Playhouse Square on June 11, 2021.

“The Choir of Man”

Live entertainment is back at Playhouse Square. This feel-good musical features a talented cast of singers, musicians and dancers who perform an eclectic mix of pop, folk and Broadway music. Bonus: free beer. Tickets, $ 59- $ 79.

Mimi Ohio Theater, 1511 Euclid Ave, Cleveland

June 11-July 25

• Related: ‘The Choir of Man’ Animation Makes It a Memorable Reopening Night at Playhouse Square

Wine Festival Outlet

Whether you’re a connoisseur or just enjoying the taste of wine, you’ll have a great time at the Great Lakes Science Center on Saturday night where over 50 wineries and cider houses from around the world serve wines of all types and vintages. Participants also benefit from after-hours access to the museum’s exhibits. The event benefits The Art Therapy Studio. Tickets, $ 55- $ 70.

Great Lakes Science Center, 601 Erieside Ave., Cleveland

June 26 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Beach sign.

The Beachland Ballroom has been a community hub for the Collinwood neighborhood since it opened in 2000. (Photo by Mike Levy, The Plain Dealer)

The Chargers Street gang at the Beachland Ballroom

Permanent general admission concerts are back at this iconic music venue in Waterloo’s arts district. Punk band Chargers Street Gang made headlines on Friday night with backing from Strange Notes, Non Bruises and DJ Gregg Kostelich. Tickets, $ 8.50 to $ 12.

15711 Waterloo Rd, Cleveland

June 25, 7 p.m.

Byron Bowers improvising

Make a laugh this weekend with Byron Bowers, who toured nationally with Dave Chappelle and Hannibal Buress. You may have also seen him in “The Chi,” “Honey Boy,” or recognize him in appearances on Comedy Central and on late-night television. Tickets, $ 17.

Cleveland Improv, 1148 Main Ave, Cleveland, OH 44113

June 25-27

Holden Canopy Walk

The Murch Canopy Walk at Holden Arboretum opened in 2015 (Lisa DeJong / The Plain Dealer)The simple merchant

Spectacular views at Holden Arboretum

Soar above the forests for incredible views. Walk through the Murch Canopy Walk or climb to the top of the 120-foot Kalberer Emergent Tower in one of the country’s tallest arboreta. You will also find over 20 miles of trails. Timed tickets required, $ 10 to $ 15.

9550 Sperry Road, Kirtland

Tuesday-Sunday, 9 am-5pm

Rockin ‘on the river

Take a trip to the ’90s as Boy Band Review performs your favorite hits from * NSync, Backstreet Boys, New Kids on the Block, and more on the longest and busiest outdoor concert series in the North. eastern Ohio. Opening of the R&B and hip hop cover band Old Skool Cleveland. Tickets, $ 7.

421 Black River Landing, Lorain

June 25, 6:15 p.m.

ChamberFest Cleveland is together again! music Festival

Grab a lawn chair and enjoy world-class chamber music under the stars. This series of free outdoor summer concerts at The Grove ends Friday with a lively, carefree and loud program featuring works by Antonín Dvořák, Friedrich Hermann, Rolf Wallin and more. The final of the festival will take place in Saint-Paschal Baylon on Saturday evening with a performance of the mystics “Three Romances” by Robert Schumann. Tickets for the Saturday show, $ 50.

Grove Amphitheater, 425 N Commons Blvd., Mayfield Village

June 25 at 7 p.m.

St. Paschal Baylon, 5384 Wilson Mills Road, Highland Heights

June 26 at 7 p.m.

Fembot: Pride Market at the Foundry Concert Club

Support LGBTQ + artisans, manufacturers and entrepreneurs in Northeast Ohio. More than two dozen vendors will be on site, selling art, clothing, jewelry and accessories, beauty products, food and more. Suggested donation of $ 1 for entry.

11729 Detroit Ave., Lakewood

June 26, 2 p.m.-7 p.m.

Inferno Drag Brunch at Dante’s Inferno Flats

End Pride Month in style with a delicious brunch and drag show featuring Veranda L’Ni, Dakota Cox, Dusty Bucket and Vivian Vendetta-Sinclaire. Tickets, $ 10. Brunch and drinks sold separately.

1059 Old River Road, Cleveland

June 27, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

rock hall exhibit of over 50 years of halftime super bowl shows

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s Super Bowl Halftime Show was opened to the public on April 24, 2021.David Petkiewicz,

Biggest show on the turf: 55 years of halftime shows

The latest Rock and Roll Hall of Fame exhibit celebrates the dynamic history and awe-inspiring spectacle of the Super Bowl halftime show. The exhibition features stage costumes, instruments and sets from some of the most memorable performances. Highlights include The Weeknd’s Infinity Mirror set from the most recent game and “Left Shark” from Katy Perry’s performance at Super Bowl XLIX. Admission, $ 18-28.

Until September 30

1100 Rock and Roll Boulevard, Cleveland

Alice’s wonderful party

You don’t have to fall into a rabbit hole to attend a party with some of your favorite fairytale characters. This magical event for kids features games, crafts, sing songs, stories, meetups, photo ops and more. The proceeds benefit Providence House in Cleveland. Tickets, $ 19- $ 49.

Tudor Arms Hotel, 10660 Carnegie Ave., Cleveland

June 27, 10 a.m., 12 p.m., 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.

Peninsula flea

Heritage Farms hosts several high-end flea markets during the summer, but none are alike. Shop from up to 70 local vendors for an ever-changing variety of art, handmade goods, antiques, collectibles and more. While you’re at it, grab a bite to eat at one of the food trucks. Release.

6050 Riverview Road, Peninsula

June 26, 10 am-4pm

Dual function at Aut-O-Rama

Do you like action movies? And the suites? Check out this weekend’s double feature film at Northeast Ohio’s most popular retro drive-in cinema. Choose from “F9: The Fast Saga” / “The Fast and the Furious” on one screen or “Hitman’s Wife Bodyguard” / “Those Who Wish Me Dead” on the other. Tickets, $ 5 to $ 10 per person.

33395 Lorain Road, North Ridgeville

Now play until July 1

• “F9: The Fast Saga” is ridiculously fun, don’t think too much about it


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