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51 E. Market St. , Akron, Ohio United States


A nationally recognized live music venue in the heart of downtown Akron, Ohio. Capacity (at standing room only) is 450- but for smaller shows the room still remains intimate and welcoming. There is an adjoining coffee shop, and a kitchen in the back serving flatbread pizzas and sandwiches. There is also a Wine Bar and Art Gallery upstairs. The bar [more]

The Kompound

2046 Leonard Avenue, Columbus, Ohio United States

THE KOMPOUND is an amazing private rental facility specifically designed and oriented around professionalism. A multi-genre, high capacity and insulated warehouse fully equipped with top of the line products- including a full lighting rig, an over the top sound rig, and complete with our own FULLSIZED performance stage(DO look at the [more]

Wonder Bar Cleveland

2044 E. 4th, Cleveland, Ohio United States


Wonder Bar Wonder Bar is located on East 4th, right in the heart of downtown Cleveland. We are an upscale neighborhood bar where you can imbibe to the sounds of some groovy lounge tunes. Come in and relax with your friends in an environment that is purposely low key so you can just hang out with your group or with that one special [more]

Big Dog Theater

2781 Euclid Heights Blvd, Cleveland, Ohio United States


Situated in the Coventry Arts District on the eastside of Cleveland; Big Dog Theater offers a unique alternative for your next corporate, private or holiday event!  This gorgeous gem takes you back to the days of the "grand old theater".  With our historic lit marquee, deep rich burgundy carpet, comfortable [more]

Sorg Opera House

57 South Main Street, Cincinnati, Ohio United States


The Sorg Opera House in Middletown was built in 1891. It showed opera until 1915, when it switched to movies. In 1985 it was changed back into a stage theater. At some point the second of the two balconies was hidden behind a false ceiling, and remains up there, just the same as it was back in the 1930s, when it was the colored section. The [more]