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Blossom Music Center Address:

1145 W Steels Corners Rd
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44223

Blossom Music Center Directions:

If traveling from downtown & Clevelands west side, take I-77 South to Exit 143 (Coliseum/Wheatley Rd. Exit). Left on Wheatley Rd. and follow the signs to Blossom. If traveling from Clevelands Eastern Suburbs, take I-271 South to RTE. 8 (Exit 18). South 9 miles to Steels Corners Rd. Follow signs to Blossom. If traveling from Clevelands Western Suburbs, take I-71 South to RTE. 303 (Brunswick Exit). East on RTE. 303 past the Coliseum to the town of Peninsula. Right on Akron-Peninsula, then follow signs to Blossom. If traveling from Akron & Canton, take RTE. 8 North to the Graham Rd. exit. then follow the signs to Blossom. If traveling from Lorain, Elyria, Warren, & Youngstown, take I-80 (Ohio Turnpike to Gate 12). RTE. 8 South to Steels Corners Rd. Follow the signs to Blossom. If traveling from Mansfield, Columbus, Ohio, take I-71 North to I-271 North. Exit at RTE. 303 to the town of Peninsula. Right on Akron-Peninsula Rd. Follow the signs to Blossom.

Blossom Music Center Parking:

The Blossom Music Center now offers close-in parking upgrades for special events. Parking upgrade passes are available on a per-show basis for paved lots C, D and E.

Additional Information:
The Blossom Music Center is located in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio and is the summer home to the Cleveland Orchestra and a scenic venue for summer concert specials. Named after the family of Dudley S. Blossom, the former president of the Cleveland Orchestra from 1936 to 1938, the facility was designed by Peter van Diijk and is located on 800 acres of natural woods inside the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.