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Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica

Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
Nautica Pavilion in 2004
Address 2014 Sycamore Street
Location Cleveland, Ohio
Coordinates

41°29′46″N 81°42′12″W / 41.495984°N 81.703304°W / 41.495984; -81.703304Coordinates: 41°29′46″N 81°42′12″W / 41.495984°N 81.703304°W / 41.495984; -81.703304

Type amphitheater
Opened 1987
Owner Nautica Entertainment Complex
(booked by Live Nation)
Former name(s) Nautica Stage, Scene Pavilion, The Plain Dealer Pavilion, Nautica Pavilion
Capacity 5,000
Website www.livenation.com

Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica (originally Nautica Stage, later Scene Pavilion, The Plain Dealer Pavilion and Nautica Pavilion) is an open-air amphitheater, located on the west bank of The Flats, in Cleveland, Ohio. The venue is owned by Nautica Entertainment Complex, which is owned by Jacobs Investments Inc.

The amphitheater opened in 1987 as Nautica Stage and was renamed Scene Pavilion in 2003, following renovations that included the addition of a canopy.[1] The naming rights were then purchased by The Plain Dealer in 2006 and was renamed The Plain Dealer Pavilion, a name which lasted until February 2009 when it was renamed Nautica Pavilion.[2] Its current name was adopted in March 2011.[3]

The venue offers bleacher and festival seating with a view of the Cuyahoga River, the lights of downtown Cleveland and the picturesque lighted bridges of the area.

The building typically holds 15 to 20 events with the concert season beginning in early summer and ending in early fall.

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  • Nautica Entertainment Complex


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