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Outdoor music entertainment center ala Tanglewood. Summer venue of the Cleveland Orchestra
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Phone: (216) 241-5555

Phone: (330) 916-6068

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WHERE WAS THE TRAFFIC COPS AND EMPLOYEES??? 6-1-2012 My daughter came home in tears without even getting her ticket from the will call station. After spending over 2 hours crawling in traffic,parking a mile away INSIDE the venue and then encountering another HUGE endless line at the w/c booth, she had already missed most of the concert and left. I think this is absolutely inexcusable after all these years that they do not have things figured out BY NOW. What the h--- is going on I wish somebody could tell me.



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Worst No Experience Ever

Had tickets to see Elton John last night (9/8/11). This would have been my first time at Blossom, as I have only lived here for 3 years. We live 25 minutes from the exits to Blossom Music Center, so we left 2.5 hours before concert. We couldn't even make it to the concert. The traffic didn't even move. We were still 4.4 miles away at 8pm, the time the concert started and had only moved 1.2 miles in an hour and 10 minutes. We totally missed the show. I will NEVER buy tickets again for any Blossom event. I may as well taken the money we paid for the tickets and flushed them down the toilet. Luckily I have seen Elton John before, but he is my favorite, so I was really looking forward to this show. I just cannot believe we saw nothing.


WOW traffic is a nightmare in...

WOW traffic is a nightmare in and out. Concert time on site for rascal flatts was approx 2 hours. Travel time in and out was about 5 hours rt 8 too rt 8. Lots of cops visable no one doing anything but standing around. People in traffic lines using the bushes as bathrooms. Cars driving on berms and unmarked lanes risking lives.

The roadies in the semi trucks with the equipment passed us on the way out using a

different road, Very rough night. Sorry.



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Terrible Traffic!

I'm from far outside of town (4 hours one way) and wanted desperately to see Sara Evans and Rascal Flatts. Bought tickets even though the drive was terrible because people said how beautiful the Blossom Center is. We went to dinner at Red Lobster at the next exit up and at 5:30 we headed up to the next exit to head to the concert (started at 7:30). We sat on the exit ramp until 7:45 and didn't make it to the parking spot until 8:40. I got to see the last two Sara Evans songs. The amount of drunken kids was absolutely insane. They did not card nor provide wrist bands to make sure you were of age. We did happen to find a spot on the lawn away from the entrance that was almost quiet enough to hear the music. We couldn't see anything and with the amount of noise the other fans were making gossipping and drinking it was hard to hear the actual music. I'm all for fans cheering and singing along, but none of these kids even did that. Trying to get out of the lot was even worse. They didn't do a great job making sure all beer from inside the show was disposed of. I saw just as many people in their cars drinking as I did inside the concert. I saw three accidents where the employees who were supposed to be directing traffic were too busy flirting with other employees or the people in the cars. The lines out had 2 lanes going to one road and one lane going to another. They would go down at some points to one lane because people weren't sure where to go. I stayed in the farthest left lane assuming it would take me out onto Steels Corners like the sign said, but of course there was someone directing traffic FINALLY onto another back road. Not knowing the area or having a GPS system and getting shuffled into a windy curvy road in the dark was quite frustrating. For a show that only lasted a little over an hour by the time I got in and waiting in traffic for a total of 5.5 hours, I wouldn't ever go back. I used more gas idling and stuck in traffic than I did on the drive up to the concert and home.



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nice place to see a show

this place is kinda in the woods so thats nice, outside the venue theres a great seen before and after the show. inside the place is nice the lawn isnt to bad to stand/dance on all night, the sound is great in the pavillion but just ok on the lawn. theres not that many hotels near by so get your reservations ahead of time. all in all a fun place to see a show, if they fixed the sound on the lawn it would be one of my favorites, but bad sound is a major downfall.



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Beautiful setting for concert

My husband and go to Blossom every summer 3-6 times for concerts. We have seen everything from mellow James Taylor and Stevie Nicks to Bon Jovi to Kiss to Def Leppard Rod Stewart and everything in between.
I don't understand the negative reviews here. In the dozens of times we have been there we have had maybe 2 problems with traffic jams.
There a couple speed traps in nearby small towns, so be careful of that.
The grounds are stunning and we feel totally at ease, safe and comfortable there. So much better than going to The Q or a city atmosphere.
Yes, the cost of food and drink are expensive, but they are at all concert venues, that's to be expected.
Blossom is well known for being the best outdoor amphitheater in the Midwest. If I lived a little closer, I would be there every week.



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Joffrey Ballet/Cleveland Orchestra - Fabulous!

To think that we considered staying home because of the god-awful reviews we read here! Based on the traffic problems we read about, we sought alternate routes that completely avoided Route 8.

From Chagrin Falls we took 91 south through Hudson, nearly to KSU. We traveled west on Graham and approached Blossom from the south. Piece of cake! it was 45 minutes from Chagrin Falls to the gate and then a few more minutes for parking. The parking was free, orderly, and in lots that were paved and reasonably well marked. From lot D, it was an easy 10 minute walk to the pavilion. There are trams available from the lots to the Music Center, for those who need assistance. Going home was just as easy.

The crowd was a mixture of mature adults and families with children. The lawn was full of kids, running and playing. I didn't want the potential distraction of kids during the performance, so chose to sit in the pavilion. But I wish I had brought my children to this venue when they were younger - what a great, stress-free way to expose kids to music and dance.

Overall, a wonderful, relaxed venue.

sun and palm trees


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August 5th 2010 Tim McGraw and Lady A concert was outstanding at least what we saw. Drove from Boardman Ohio and took the turnpike all the way up to State route 8. This only took 55 minutes. Its 600pm and plenty of time to get to the 700 start of the show. We got to hear 2 songs of Lady A which is the main reason why I took my 6 year old grandaughter to the concert. Something has to be done with the traffic getting off the turnpike, construction wasn't the problem. The problem was tied up in traffic from 6 until 800 for about 10 miles only. I only saw 2 places with police officers directing traffic. Over 2 hours to go 10 miles or even less thats crazy. We left early missing some of the show because we didn't want to get caught in the mess leaving. Blossom is an outstanding venue one of the best I've been to, but PLEASE DO SOMETHING ABOUT ACCOMENDATING THE FLOW OF TRAFFIC.



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BMC best venue in region/country!

the pot and rude people can't be held against the venue HELLO! The chairs/caps all those restrictions ARE posted on the BMC website prior to the show, those resrtictions are on place nearly 90% of the time. BMC is a fantastic venue one of the best in the country. Nearly every act that goes on that stage comments how impressed they are with BMC.. top notch all the way. I have encountered pot/drunks/rude people at every venue I""ve been to in CLE area, you want church people then go to church dude-your way off on this sorry but you ARE!



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Restrictions, restrictions, restrictions

Last night was my first night at Blossom. We get there and we had to park in Lot 3 which is literally about a mile away from the stage. So I had the chairs with me we got to the line where they check your bags and they said that I couldn't have the ""camping"" style chairs there because they were too big. So we walked ALL the way back to the car dropped off the chairs, walked ALL the way back.

Once we got in, we got our water that cost 5 dollars each and they took the caps to the water. We asked to have them, since we had lawn seats because people can knock over your drink. They said they don't allow caps on the drinks because of the lawn mowers. But once you sat down, there were a bunch of people with caps on their drinks. Whatever. If you're going to restrict it for one person, restrict it for all. We are grown ups, don't treat us like we are children and can't handle caps on our bottles.

They need a website to list their rules and regulations for those who have not been at that venue before. Jack Johnson was great, but the venue was terrible. And people that sit around you are very rude. They will lay their blankets on yours and take up your seating and they have no problem putting their feet on your blanket ... thats kind of gross. If you do go, I suggest pavilion seating, 20 bucks more expensive, but its worth it.

Oh and one last thing you can smell individuals smoking pot ... while there are kids sitting around them. So if you are against drugs, I wouldn't suggest you go then or even at all. Terrible, terrible venue!!

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