I could not find a listing for the concert pavillion at the Flats in Cleveland. So here we go. Hopefully the review goes to the right place. I have enjoyed at least 3, possibly 4 concerts at this pavillion. I have seen the Moody Blues twice and James Taylor perform and it usually a nice place to hear your favorite bands in a more intimate setting. I like the outside concept and have been lucky enough to be there on dry evenings but to be safe I always buy early and get under cover. Last night, however, the seating arrangement for some reason went awry. We were seated "closer" to the stage but at the very far end of the row which were not seats I had purchased and paid top dollar for. I am not sure if the management was trying to sell tickets at the door for good seats and so rearranged the seating under the guise of giving ticket holders "better" seats or what the agenda was but I was not a happy camper. Had those seats been filled, we would have had a terrible view of the stage. As it was they never filled and we were able to more over. I plan to write to a couple of people about that. Another spot to avoid sitting in is the first row past the center aisle. One would think this would be a good place but the constant traffic (can't think how anyone would want to move around so much during a performance) blocks the view. So I enjoy the area but it is disappointing to go and have difficulty finding a place to eat before the show. We did find Shooters but I was surprised that the 2 restaurants closest to the pavillion were both closed.