15 issues to do in Cleveland on the weekend of June 11-13


Cleveland, Ohio – The weather is getting better and more seats are opening up. So there is no excuse to have fun this weekend. Fortunately, you have many options. Here are some of our recommendations.

“Human Choir” on Playhouse Square

The live performance will return to the Cleveland Theater District. The show is set in an Irish pub and features a cast of eclectic singers, dancers and musicians with an exciting mix of Irish melodies, pop music and Broadway classics. Cards, $ 59- $ 79.

Mimio Ohio Theater, 1511 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland

June 11th – July 11th


Nazca cook as guest: Peruvian gourmet night in Edwins

Chef Brandon Crostowski’s Edwin’s Two at Shaker Square has grown from a restaurant to a culinary innovation hub and event venue. A Nazca chef will host a Peruvian pop-up dinner in the room on Saturday. The 4-course menu includes dishes such as ceviche, chicken kausa, chupe de camarón and seco de carnero. $ 85 per person, plus $ 40 per person for drink pairing.

13220 Shaker Square, Cleveland

June 12, 6:00 p.m.


Today, in its 13 seasons, Take a Hike offers more than 12 historical interactive tours of Cleveland’s unique regions. (Photo: Jon Fobes / The Plain Dealer)

Take a historical walking tour

The Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation has resumed a personal tour of Cleveland. Learn about the city’s history, architecture, cultural institutions, and more from our knowledgeable tour guides. There are 14 unique tours to choose from. It’s free, but reservations are recommended.

From every day until September


2021 Garden Plain Air

The Warehouse District welcomes more than 12 artists to paint and paint out of the green spaces at Warsington Yard. Local singer-songwriter Bruno Kirby presents the smooth and calming rock of his brand. You can also check out the Threshold: Drawn to Paint exhibit in the Yards Project Gallery. Freedom.

725 Johnson Court, Cleveland

June 12th, noon-3pm


These guys in my brain are going to be playing Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Cheap Trick Music at the Palmarib N Rock Food Truck Festival at Normandy High School this weekend.

Palmarib N Rock Food Truck Festival

Enjoy delicious food and live music at Normandy High School on Saturday. Get a taste of the city from six fantastic food tracks while four local bands provide soundtracks. The lineup includes Creedence Clearwater Revival, Brakes, Gimmy Sugar (Rolling Stone cover band) and those guys in my brain (Cheap Trick Tribute). Drive-through options are available. Entry fee, $ 15 per car.

2500 W. Pleasant Valley Road, Palma

June 12, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.


A giant

The Dino Walk, a giant “dinosaur” tour, takes you to the Kaiyahoga County Fairgrounds this weekend.

Dino stroll on the Kaiyahoga County Fairgrounds

Go back in time to prehistoric times and encounter 75 life-size dinosaurs, reptiles and creatures from the Jurassic. Some of the characters in this exemplary experience are 25 feet tall and 60 feet long. Tickets, $ 5 to $ 25.

19201 E Bagley Road, Middleburg Heights

12-13 June

Relationship: Dino walk to bring a giant “dinosaur” to the Kaiyahoga County Fairgrounds


Notorious RBG: Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Life and Era

This exhibit at the Marz Jewish Heritage Museum pays homage to the groundbreaking late Supreme Court Justice with photographs, documents, historical relics, contemporary art, and interactive exhibits. Admission, $ 5 to $ 12.

2929 Richmond Road, Beachwood

The museum is open Wednesday through Sunday. The exhibition will run until August 29th


People with flower tattoos

Tattoo artists attend the Cleveland Tattoo Arts Convention at the Huntington Convention Center in downtown Cleveland.

Cleveland Tattoo Arts Convention

Get the ink this weekend. This annual exhibit features hundreds of tattoo artists from across the United States, including several in Inkmaster such as Alfriction, Sea Jay Jones, and Kyle Dunbar. There will also be magic and entertainment shows like Captain & Mabel from America’s Got Talent. Ticket, $ 20.

11-13 June

300 Lakeside Avenue, Cleveland


ChamberFest Cleveland is back together! Music festival

Grab a deck chair and enjoy first-class chamber music under the starry sky. This summer’s open-air concert series will be continued on Friday with “Blue Dress” with the bluesy music of Maurice Ravel and Donany’s inspiring quintet. The motto of the Saturday evening is “Lanvincious Fans” with folk songs and Schubert music from all over the world. It’s free, but a reservation is required.

Grove Amphitheater, 425 N Commons Blvd., Mayfield Village

June 11th and 12th at 7:00 p.m.


Cleveland Indians versus Chicago White Sox, June 1, 2021

The third baseman of the Cleveland Indians, José Ramirez, will meet the RBI double of José Ruiz, the relief pitcher of the Chicago White Sox, on June 1, 2021 in Progressive Field.John Kuntz, cleveland.com

Indians versus seafarers in progressive field

Full capacity baseball returns to the corner of Ontario and Carnegie while the Cleveland Baseball Club welcomes Seattle for a three-game series. Promotions include Sugardale Dollar Dog Night on Friday, Robert Perez Bobblehead Doll on Saturday, and Kids Fun Day on Sunday. Tickets start at $ 21.

2401 Ontario St, Cleveland

11-13 June


CLE Market North Royalton

30 local artisans, makers, and vendors can buy jewelry, upholstery, groceries, and more. You can also enjoy outdoor yoga at North Royalton’s City Green. Free admission.

June 12, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

7000 Royalton Street. , North royalton


Exuberance Jeff Dye

Comedian Jeff Die is going to have five shows this weekend, so E. laughs out loud on 4th Street. Best known as the host of NBC’s “Better Late Than Never” travel reality series, he starred in his own Comedy Central specials including “The Tonight Show” and “Last Comic Standing.” Tickets sold at tables for 2, 4, or 6 people start at $ 40.

2035 E. 4th St., Cleveland

11-13 June


Rockin by the river

Immerse yourself in the sound of classic rock with Lorraines Black River Landing as the longest-running and most-attended series of concerts in northeast Ohio continues another energetic show. 7 Bridge, also known as the Ultimate Eagles Experience, is a headlining act supported by Neil Young’s tribute band Harvest. Ticket, $ 7.

421 Black River Landing, Lorain

June 11, 6:15 p.m.


The greatest show on grass: 1955 halftime show

The newest exhibit in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame celebrates the dynamic history and spectacular sights of the Super Bowl halftime show. The display shows the most impressive stage costumes, instruments and set pieces. Highlights include the weekend infinity mirror set from the latest game and the “Left Shark” from Katy Perry’s appearance at Super Bowl XLIX. Admission, $ 18-28.

From now until September 30th

1100 Rock and Roll Boulevard, Cleveland


Dual function of Auto-o-Rama Twin Drive-in

Bring your kids together, pack your car, and shoot a movie under the stars. Choose a movie adventure. One screen shows “Peter Rabbit 2: Runaway” and “Jumanji: Next Level”, while the other shows Steven Spielberg’s masterpieces “Jurassic Park” and “Jaws”. Tickets, $ 5 to $ 10 per person.

33395 Lorain Road, North Ridgeville

11-16 June, 9:40 pm


Play again: The film version of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “In the Heights” is an awesome American celebration.