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Parking at Blossom

For each Blossom Music Festival performance, Blossom staff make every effort to allow patrons to park in paved lots.  On busy concert nights, however, Lawn ticket buyers and patrons without a parking pass may be directed to grass lots. 

You can guarantee a paved parking spot by purchasing a Lot A parking pass in advance for $20.  To purchase a Lot A pass, please contact the Severance Hall Ticket Office at 216-231-1111.

Free parking is available for all Blossom Music Festival concerts.

Lawn ticket holders park free on grass lots.

Pavilion ticket holders receive complimentary dated parking hang tags for Blossom’s paid parking lots C-D-E when tickets are purchased ten days prior to concert.

All Blossom Music Festival season ticket holders receive an undated parking pass for Subcriber Lot B, the lot closest to the pedestrian bridge.

All Box Seat holders receive complimentary dated parking hang tags for Blossom’s paid parking lot, First Energy Lot A.

(A limited number of dated Lot A parking passes may be available for sale at $20 per car per night. Please call the Severance Hall Ticket Office for availability and purchase. Allow ample time for US first-class postal delivery.) 

For more information about parking, please call the Severance Hall Ticket Office at 216-231-1111 or toll free at 800-686-1141 on Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Free Tram Service

Free trams circulate throughout the Blossom grounds, providing convenient transportation between the parking lots and several locations inside the entrance, including the Pavilion and Smith Plaza. The trams are all wheelchair-accessible and operate continuously before and after each concert. Tram stops are clearly marked. You may wish to drop off passengers and picnic supplies at the parking lot tram stops before you park.

Traffic and Alternate Routes

Every effort has been made to expedite traffic flow in and around Blossom, and for most concerts, you will experience little delay. Occasionally, however, high attendance strains the capacity of the rural roads around Blossom. If traffic becomes congested after a concert, we suggest using an alternate route through the Cuyahoga Valley which adjoins Blossom to the north and west. This well-marked route may speed your trip and is accessed by turning right on Steels Corners Road out of Blossom’s main entrance.