Cleveland, Ohio-The weather will be better and more places will be opened. So there’s no excuse for having fun out this weekend. Fortunately, you have a lot of options. Here are some of our recommendations.
“Human Choir” at Playhouse Square
The live performance will return to the Cleveland Theater District. Set in an Irish pub, the show features a cast of versatile singers, dancers and musicians with an exciting mix of Irish tunes, pop music and Broadway classics. Tickets, $ 59- $ 79.
Mimio Ohio Theater, 1511 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland
June 11-July 11
Nazca chef attends: Peruvian gourmet night in Edwins
Chef Brandon Crostowski’s Edwin’s Two at Shaker Square has moved from a restaurant to a culinary innovation hub and event venue. A Nazca chef will host a pop-up Peruvian dinner in the space on Saturday. The 4-course set menu includes dishes such as Ceviche, Chicken Kausa, Chupe de Camarón and Seco de Carnero. $ 85 per person, plus $ 40 per person for drink pairing.
13220 Shaker Square, Cleveland
June 12, 6:00 pm
Take a historic walking tour of hiking
Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation has resumed a face-to-face walking tour in Cleveland. Learn about the city’s history, architecture, cultural facilities and more from our knowledgeable guides. There are 14 unique tours to choose from. It’s free, but reservations are recommended.
From every day to September
2021 Garden Plain Air
The Warehouse District welcomes more than 12 artists who paint and paint from the green spaces of the Warsington Yard. Local singer-songwriter Bruno Kirby presents his brand’s soft and soothing rock. You can also check out the “Threshold: Drawn to Paint” exhibition in the Yards Project gallery. freedom.
725 Johnson Court, Cleveland
June 12th noon-3pm
Palmarib N Rock Food Truck Festival
Enjoy delicious food and live music at Normandy High School on Saturday. Get the taste of town from six amazing food tracks while four local bands offer soundtracks. The lineup includes Creedence Clearwater Revival, Brakes, Gimmy Sugar (Rolling Stone cover band), and those guys in my brain (Cheap Trick Tribute). Drive-through options are available. Admission, $ 15 per car.
2500 W. Pleasant Valley Road, Palma
June 12th, 11am-7pm
Dino walk at Kaiyahoga County Fairgrounds
Go back to prehistoric times and encounter 75 Jurassic life-sized dinosaurs, reptiles and creatures. Some of the characters featured in this walkthrough experience are 25 feet high and 60 feet long. Tickets, $ 5 to $ 25.
19201 E Bagley Rd, Middleburg Heights
Infamous RBG: Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Life and Era
This exhibition at the Marz Jewish Heritage Museum pays homage to the pioneering late Supreme Court justice through photographs, documents, historical relics, contemporary art and interactive exhibits. Admission, $ 5 to $ 12.
2929 Richmond Road, Beachwood
The museum is open from Wednesday to Sunday.The exhibition will be held until August 29th
Cleveland Tattoo Arts Convention
Get the ink this weekend. This annual exposition features hundreds of tattoo artists from across the United States, including several featured in “Inkmaster” such as Alfriction, Sea Jay Jones, and Kyle Dunbar. There will also be magic and entertainment performances like Captain & Mabel of “America’s Got Talent”. Ticket, $ 20.
300 Lakeside Ave, Cleveland
ChamberFest Cleveland is back together again!Music festival
Grab a lawn chair and enjoy world-class chamber music under the stars. This summer’s outdoor concert series continues on Friday with “Blue Dress” featuring Maurice Ravel’s bluesy music and Donany’s inspirational quintet. Saturday night’s theme is “Lanvincious Fans”, featuring folk songs and Schubert music from around the world. It’s free, but a reservation is required.
Grove Amphitheater, 425 N Commons Blvd., Mayfield Village
June 11th and 12th at 7:00 pm
Indians vs Mariners in Progressive Field
Full-capacity baseball returns to the corner of Ontario and Carnegie as the Cleveland Baseball Club hosts Seattle for a three-game series. Promotions include Sugardale Dollar Dog Night on Friday, Robert Perez Bobblehead Doll on Saturday, and Kids Fun Day on Sunday. Tickets start at $ 21.
2401 Ontario St, Cleveland
CLE Market North Royalton
30 local artisans, manufacturers and vendors can buy jewelry, upholstery, food and more. You can also enjoy yoga in the fresh air at North Royalton’s City Green. Free admission.
June 12th, 11 am-3pm
7000 Royalton Rd. , North royalton
Hilarities Jeff Dye
Comedian Jeff Die will have five shows this weekend, so E. Laugh out loud on 4th Street. Best known as the host of NBC’s travel reality series “Better Late Than Never,” he starred in his own specials at Comedy Central, starring in “The Tonight Show” and “Last Comic Standing.” Tickets sold at tables for 2, 4, or 6 people start at $ 40.
2035 E. 4th St., Cleveland
Rockin on the River
Dive into the sound of classic rock with Lorraine’s Black River Landing as the longest-running, most-attended outdoor concert series in northeastern Ohio continues another high-energy show. Also known as the ultimate Eagles experience, 7 Bridge is a headline act backed by Neil Young’s tribute band Harvest. Ticket, $ 7.
421 Black River Landing, Lorain
June 11, 6:15 pm
The biggest show on turf: 1955 halftime show
The latest exhibition at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame celebrates the dynamic history and spectacular sights of the Super Bowl halftime show. The display shows the most impressive performance stage costumes, instruments and set pieces. Highlights include the weekend Infinity Mirror set from the latest game and the “Left Shark” from Katy Perry’s performance at Super Bowl XLIX. Admission, $ 18-28.
From now until September 30th
1100 Rock and Roll Boulevard, Cleveland
Double function of Aut-o-Rama twin drive-in
Round up your kids, pack your car and shoot a movie under the stars. Choose a movie adventure. One screen has “Peter Rabbit 2: Runaway” and “Jumanji: Next Level”, and the other screen has Steven Spielberg’s masterpieces “Jurassic Park” and “Jaws”. Tickets, $ 5 to $ 10 per person.
33395 Lorain Road, North Ridgeville
June 11-16, 9:40 pm