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A great venue for a concert! The acoustics from seats in the pavilion were far better than we experienced at Blossom Music Center! The only minor drawback is finding parking on nearby residential streets can be a bit challenging.
Attended a concert from out of town. Even though their website said “900 free parking spaces” it was unclear from someone out of town (me) where that was. It seemed to be “street parking” which we don’t have where I’m from. Am I supposed to...More
We attended a concert at Cain Park for the first time recently and were suitably impressed. The acoustics are very good--dare I say, better than at that big venue in the Cuyahoga Valley. Even near the back of the pavilion seating you feel like you're...More
Cain Park comes alive in the summer with many types of activities and entertainment.
Every July there is an arts festival that runs Friday/Saturday/Sunday with quality artisans.
Parking can be a challenge on big event days, you either park on the many side streets in...More
Great shows in the summer - sitting outdoors and listening to mesmerizing music.
Playing tennis in the Spring, Summer, & Fall. Tobogganing in the winter with hot chocolate flasks lining the rims.
Old and young gather here - it is the heart of our city....More
I love this place! Beautiful Rockefeller era outdoor amphitheater. Intimate setting for local and national touring acts both musical and theatre. Make sure you check out their schedule when you're in town. Inexpensive local jewel!!
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I couldn’t figure out the street parking as we don’t have that were I’m from. I felt uneasy parking infront of someones house. There are about 15 designated real parallel parking spaces on Superior which lead into the tennis... More
I couldn’t figure out the street parking as we don’t have that were I’m from. I felt uneasy parking infront of someones house. There are about 15 designated real parallel parking spaces on Superior which lead into the tennis courts. I got there early and got one of those real spots so I could avoid the street parking. Hope this helps someone.
Yes, if you are sitting on the lawn for a concert you will want to bring an umbrella. At the top of the lawn there is a covered area with tables and chairs, you can move there if it's a really rainy day.