Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica Tickets
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As the Sun sets over the western sky and the pink hues of the cumulus clouds are being reflected off of Lake Erie, the Cleveland evening begins to claim its territory. One of the places where that Cleveland night shines the brightest is at the Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica. During the summer of ‘02, the Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica went through a $5,000,000 renovation, which was spurred on by its new association with the House of Blues.
The enhancements to the arena included a new grandstand, upgraded lighting, luxury suites and box suites for more comfortable viewing and seating arrangements. GoTickets has the Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica tickets to buy for all the great performances. Some of the seats being offered by GoTickets at the Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica are Raspberries tickets, Pink Floyd Tribute tickets, Devo tickets, Frankie Beverly and Maize tickets and Clay Aiken tickets. Contact GoTickets and get your concert tickets today for theJacobs Pavilion at Nautica!
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Cleveland, Ohio has been a bedrock metropolis for over 100 years offering nostalgia and multiple activities that coincide with its four seasons. From the Cleveland Indians World Series championship is 1920 to the unveiling of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1995 and beyond, the city of Cleveland has a storied history. Cleveland State University is an acclaimed institution of higher learning and a model for the continuing progress of a city that elected Carl B. Stokes as the first black mayor of a major American city in 1964.
Basking along the waterfront of Lake Erie in Cleveland is a multitude of boats, docks, eateries and establishments catering to the footsteps of local residents and travelers alike. The three of the biggest attractions in Cleveland are also along the lakefront and consist of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, The Great Lakes Science Center and FirstEnergy Stadium. The suburban communities of North Olmsted to the west, Parma to the south and Euclid to the east create a triangular envelope encompassing the Greater Cleveland area where excitement and fun are almost as abundant as the waves of Lake Erie.