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Ohio has several cities that draw big events on a regular basis. Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati make up that list. Cincinnati is represented by Riverbend Amphitheatre, the Reds and Cincinnati University. Cleveland has the Indians, Browns and Cavaliers while Columbus is the one with the MLS team, the Columbus Crew. Columbus also is home to Ohio State University also known as the Buckeyes. No matter what side of the state you are in you are sure to not be to far from some live entertainment in Ohio!
Columbus is home to the nation's largest university, The Ohio State University. Because of its large size and the success of its athletic teams, Ohio State Buckeye Tickets are some of the toughest to come by in all of collegiate athletics. The college football stadium, named The Horseshoe, is a unique and exhilarating place to watch a game. The Columbus Blue Jackets of the NHL also call the city home. If theater is more your thing, Ohio Theatre has all the hottest Broadway shows.
Nationwide Arena Events
Nationwide Arena is located in Columbus, OH and is home to the Columbus Bluejackets (NHL) seating over 18,000. The arena also hosts many concerts and events throughout the year with a capacity of up to 21,000 including Bon Jovi, Pearl Jam, Prince, The Rolling Stones, U2, AC/DC, Tim McGraw, Rush, WWE, UFC matches, PBR Events, and many others.
The Queen City is home to the National League Central champion Cincinnati Reds, who play their games in beautiful Great American Ballpark. Cincinnati Bengals Tickets are extremely popular, as the Bengals fan base is hungry for their first playoff victory in over two decades. The Cincinnati Bearcats, a participant in the Big East Conference, has very good college basketball and college football teams.
The city of Cleveland is still reeling from LeBron James' decision to join the Miami Heat, but the Cleveland Cavaliers will still be playing 41 games in Quicken Loans Arena. If you want to catch one of MLB's young and up-and-coming team, purchase your Cleveland Indians Tickets to watch them at Progressive Field. The Cleveland Browns of the NFL have some of the most supportive fans, and feature a section at Cleveland Browns Stadium called the Dog Pound.
Blossom Music Center
Blossom Music Center is located in Cuyahoga Falls, OH, about 10 miles from Akron, OH and 30 minutes from Cleveland, OH, which hosts many concerts over the warmer concert season as it is an outdoor amphitheatre. Blossom has a covered pavilion which seats 5,700 people and the general admission lawn with a capacity of 13,500. Many artists and bands perform here every summer including Jimmy Buffett, Dave Matthews Band, Toby Keith, Phish, Kenny Chesney, Tim McGraw, Tom Petty, Kings of Leon, John Mayer, and many more. Make sure you don't miss out on your favorite artists and check out Blossom Music Center!
Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns
You can find tickets to all of your NFL teams' home and away games whether you are a fan of the Cincinnati Bengals or the Cleveland Browns. The Bengals are in the AFC (American Football Conference) with their home games at Paul Brown Stadium. The Browns are also in the AFC with their home games at the Cleveland Browns Stadium.
Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians
Reds - Entering 2010, the Cincinnati Reds hadn't reached the playoffs since 1995, and hadn't finished higher than third in the NL Central since 2000. Last season they not only made the playoffs, but by finishing with 91 wins and 71 losses, the Reds won the division crown, ending the St. Louis Cardinals recent run of dominance. With every major piece returning, expectation are very high heading into 2011. Indians - Since falling one game short of the World Series in 2007, the Cleveland Indians have failed to produce a winning season, compiling a 134-190 record the past two years. Last fourth place finish in the AL Central was mostly due to inexperience and injuries, and the Tribe faithful are expecting a much better result in 2011.