Crowds fill local entertainment venues, but has the industry fully recovered from the COVID-19 shutdown?
CLEVELAND, Ohio — If you’ve been to a concert, festival, theater or stadium lately, you’ve witnessed it first hand. Following a year of being cooped up, people are out and about once again, attending entertainment events in big numbers.
Blossom Music Center was packed much of the summer, as music lovers filled the Cuyahoga Falls amphitheater to see a variety of acts, from James Taylor to Maroon 5 to Alanis Morrisette to Dave Matthews Band. In Cleveland, hip hop artist Rod Wave and British indie rockers Glass Animals performed in front of sold-out crowds at Jacobs Pavilion.October 22, 2021 11:06 pm