Alicia Key Concert and Other Things To Do In Cleveland In This Weekend
Alicia Key Concert and Other Things To Do In Cleveland In This Weekend

Alicia Key Concert and Other Things To Do In Cleveland In This Weekend

Many students in Northeast Ohio will return to class on Monday. Because of this, you should maximize this weekend. Here you will read about how to spend this weekend by going to Alicia Key concert and watching many other things, so let’s start reading:

Alicia Keys Show In Jacobs Pavilion

This weekend Cleveland plays host to Alicia Keys on her first major tour in over a decade. The 15-time Grammy winner will likely play her most well-known songs, such as “Show Me, Love,” “No One,” “If I Ain’t Got You,” and “Girl on Fire.” Tickets for resale start at $74.

Cleveland, Ohio; 2014 Sycamore Street

8 p.m., Aug. 19

The Chamber Of Secrets From “Harry Potter” Is Being Played By The Cleveland Orchestra

The Cleveland Orchestra
The Cleveland Orchestra

Wizards and muggles alike will have a wonderful time when Cleveland’s world-famous orchestra performs John Williams’s epic score to the second Harry Potter adventure on a gigantic screen while the film plays. Pricing for tickets begins at $26.

Located at 1145 W. Steels Corners Rd., Cuyahoga Falls

Aug. 20-21

Wallflowers Perform On Kent Stage

After exploding onto the scene more than 20 years ago with songs like “One Headlight,” “Heroes,” and “6th Avenue Heartache,” Jakob Dylan and his bandmates have moved to the smaller Kent Stage to play a set that blends the old and the modern. Show tickets are $65–$75.

East Main Street #175, Kent

6:30 p.m., Aug. 21

Performing At E.J. Thomas Hall: Vince Gill

Vince Gill, a legend in the annals of Country Music, is making a stop in Northeast Ohio to perform a set of classics and new material. One More Last Chance, Tryin’ to Get Over You, Don’t Let Our Love Start Slippin’ Away, and I Still Believe in You are just a few of the upcoming No. 1 songs you may anticipate. Wendy Moten, the runner-up of “The Voice” season 21, performs first. Prices for these tickets begin at $58.

Akron, Ohio; 198 Hill Street

7:30 p.m., Aug. 20

Blank Canvas Theatre Presents “The SpongeBob Musical”

Sponge Bob Musical
Sponge Bob Musical

In this new take on the classic Nickelodeon series, your favorite seafaring cartoon characters come to life. Music by Sara Bareilles, The Flaming Lips, Cyndi Lauper, Panic! at the Disco, and others is included in the show. Steven Tyler and Joe Perry of Aerosmith, Panic! At The Disco, John Legend, They Might Be Giants and more. Admission is $25.

Cleveland, Ohio; 1305 West 78th Street; Suite 211

Between Now and the 21st of August

Production Of “Frozen” In Playhouse Square

The KeyBank State Theatre brings the much-loved Disney animation to life. Elsa and Anna, two orphaned princesses whose realm, Arendelle, is plunged into a perpetual winter, are the central characters of the musical. The concert features enough Disney charm for the whole family, with songs like “Let It Go” from Frozen. There is a price range of $39 to $139 for tickets.

Address:1519 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland

The time period between now and September 11

Festival Of Water Lanterns In Cleveland

Create some new recollections with your loved ones at Voinovich Park by making and releasing a paper lantern in Lake Erie as a symbol of hope, joy, and peace. On-site catering from mobile kitchens and live entertainment are both planned. Admission is $26-$56.

Address:800 E. 9th Street Pier, Cleveland

5:30-9:30 p.m., Aug. 20

Celebration Of Lights In Asia

Celebration Of Lights In Asia
Celebration Of Lights In Asia

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo’s Night Zoo, which began in May and runs through September, has enormous light shows patterned after animals, mythical creatures, and flowers. This, is the fifth year of the festival’s incredible success, featuring all-new exhibits including a 100-foot-tall, 4-story castle. Enjoy regionally inspired dishes and watch live acrobatic performances. There are both drive-through and pedestrian lanes. Admission is $22-$66.

Cleveland, Ohio; 3900 Wildlife

Until the 17th of September

The Cleveland Protectors Take On The Chicago White Sox

With three games against their South Side of Chicago opponents, Jose Ramirez and the company hope to put some distance between themselves and the rest of the AL Central. Friday will have fireworks and dollar dogs, Saturday will feature fireworks and a Guardians blanket giveaway, and Sunday will be Kids Fun Day. Pricing for tickets begins at $19.

Clevedon’s Progressive Field

At this time until August 7

Country Club Tennis In The Land

Enjoy some world-class professional women’s tennis action at the final tuneup before the U.S. Open at Jacobs Pavilion in the Flats. Price levels begin at $20.

Cleveland, Ohio; 2014 Sycamore Street

Aug. 20-27

NFL Matchup: Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Jacoby Brissett will start the preseason game against Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles as the starting quarterback, giving you a sneak peek at what to expect this season. The price of tickets at the resale booths starts at $5.

The FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland

1 p.m., Aug. 21

CityFest Mentor

There are two areas to explore at this festival geared at families in Mentor’s Civic Center Park. The Kids Zone has a variety of fun and engaging activities, including a big inflatable obstacle course, a rock wall, and a ninja warrior course.

There is an ax-throwing game, cornhole, and a beer trailer in the Adult Zone. Experience the thrill of the fairgrounds with its iconic rides and delicious fair food while listening to live music. On Saturday at 10 a.m., there will be a procession that begins at Shore Middle School. Free.

Mentor, Ohio; 8500 Munson Road

Aug. 19-20

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